Randall's Wrasse, Cirrhilabrus randalli Allen 1995


Male Randall's Wrasse, Cirrhilabrus randalli, at Rowley Shoals, Western Australia. Source: Rudie H. Kuiter / Aquatic Photographics. License: All rights reserved

Summary:
A rusty-brown fairy wrasse with a dark bluish-green head and anterior body, a broad bright yellowish stripe along the midside behind the pectoral fin, an oblique dark line on the pectoral-fin base, and a white underside. Juveniles and females are greenish-brown with fine pale blue spots, a pale underside and a black spot on upper tail base that disappears with growth.

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Bray, D.J. 2016, Cirrhilabrus randalli in Fishes of Australia, accessed 21 Jul 2018, http://fishesofaustralia.net.au/Home/species/2275

Randall's Wrasse, Cirrhilabrus randalli Allen 1995

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Distribution

Endemic to Rowley Shoals and Scott Reef, Western Australia, also Ashmore, Cartier, and Hibernia reefs, Timor Sea.
Occurs in groups over rubble and coral areas in depths to 40 m.

Species Citation

Cirrhilabrus randalli Allen 1995, Revue Française d'Aquariologie et Herpétologie 22(1–2): 14, figs 1-2. Type locality: Rowley Shoals, WA. 

Author

Bray, D.J. 2016

Resources

Australian Faunal Directory

Randall's Wrasse, Cirrhilabrus randalli Allen 1995

References


Allen, G.R. 1995. A new species of wrasse (Labridae: Cirrhilabrus) from western Australia. Revue française d'Aquariologie 22(1-2): 14-18.

Rocha, L. & Pollard, D. 2010. Cirrhilabrus randalli. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2010: e.T187502A8552777. http://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.2010-4.RLTS.T187502A8552777.en. Downloaded on 12 December 2016.

Quick Facts


CAAB Code:37384186

Biology:Able to change sex

Conservation:IUCN Least Concern

Depth:10-40 m

Habitat:Reef associated

Native:Endemic

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