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Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Perciformes
Family: Labridae Wrasses

Genus: Pseudolabrus

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Eastern Indian Ocean
Max. Length 17.2 cm SL
Pseudolabrus biserialis (Klunzinger, 1880)

Photo by Photo by Dowling, C.
 
Pseudolabrus biserialis
[Redband wrasse]



Northwest Pacific
Max. Length 20 cm SL
Pseudolabrus eoethinus (Richardson, 1846)

Photo by Photo by The Fish Database of Taiwan
 
Pseudolabrus eoethinus
[Red naped wrasse]



Eastern Central Pacific
Max. Length 16.5 cm SL
Pseudolabrus fuentesi (Regan, 1913)

Photo by Photo by Randall, J.E.
 
Pseudolabrus fuentesi
[Fuentesi's wrasse]
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Max. Length 10.3 cm SL

 
Pseudolabrus gayi
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Western Pacific
Max. Length 18 cm TL
Pseudolabrus guentheri Bleeker, 1862

Photo by Photo by Banks, I.
 
Pseudolabrus guentheri
[Günther's wrasse]



Northwest Pacific
Max. Length 25 cm TL
Pseudolabrus japonicus (Houttuyn, 1782)

Photo by Photo by Randall, J.E.
 
Pseudolabrus japonicus
[]



Southwest Pacific
Max. Length 17 cm SL
Pseudolabrus luculentus (Richardson, 1848)

Photo by Photo by Randall, J.E.
 
Pseudolabrus luculentus
[Orange wrasse]



Southwest Pacific
Max. Length 27.2 cm SL
Pseudolabrus miles (Schneider & Forster, 1801)

Photo by Photo by Denny, C.
 
Pseudolabrus miles
[Scarlet wrasse]



Eastern Indian Ocean
Max. Length 20 cm SL
Pseudolabrus rubicundus (Macleay, 1881)

Photo by Photo by CSIRO
 
Pseudolabrus rubicundus
[Rosy wrasse]



Southeast Pacific
Max. Length 25 cm NG
Pseudolabrus semifasciatus (Rendahl, 1921)

Photo by Photo by Randall, J.E.
 
Pseudolabrus semifasciatus
[Halfbarred wrasse]



Northwest Pacific

Pseudolabrus sieboldi Mabuchi & Nakabo, 1997

Photo by Photo by Suzuki, T.
 
Pseudolabrus sieboldi
[]



Eastern Central Pacific
Max. Length 15.8 cm SL
Pseudolabrus torotai Russell & Randall, 1981

Photo by Photo by Randall, J.E.
 
Pseudolabrus torotai
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12 species

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Scientific Name English Name Distribution Max. Length (cm) Year
Pseudolabrus biserialis Redband wrasse Eastern Indian Ocean 17.2 SL 1880
Pseudolabrus eoethinus Red naped wrasse Northwest Pacific 20 SL 1846
Pseudolabrus fuentesi Fuentesi's wrasse Eastern Central Pacific 16.5 SL 1913
Pseudolabrus gayi Southeast Pacific 10.3 SL 1839
Pseudolabrus guentheri Günther's wrasse Western Pacific 18 TL 1862
Pseudolabrus japonicus Northwest Pacific 25 TL 1782
Pseudolabrus luculentus Orange wrasse Southwest Pacific 17 SL 1848
Pseudolabrus miles Scarlet wrasse Southwest Pacific 27.2 SL 1801
Pseudolabrus rubicundus Rosy wrasse Eastern Indian Ocean 20 SL 1881
Pseudolabrus semifasciatus Halfbarred wrasse Southeast Pacific 25 NG 1921
Pseudolabrus sieboldi Northwest Pacific 1997
Pseudolabrus torotai Eastern Central Pacific 15.8 SL 1981



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