Common Cleaner Wrasse, also known as the Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse,
occurs singly, in pairs, and in groups in conspicuous locations
throughout a reef. Different varieties have different color patterns;
some are a dark color with a silver streak, while others are white
with a dark streak and a bright yellow area at the tail.
In an aquarium 50 gallons or larger, it needs
to be kept with a large number of community fish which it can clean
and thus obtain food. When first introduced into the aquarium, live
saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat.
It may accept substitute foods such as chopped seafoods, brine shrimp,
and live black worms. It should be fed at least three times daily.
This species of Cleaner Wrasse is more hardy than the others, but
is still difficult to feed and maintain, and should only be kept
by experienced aquarists.
My Observation/In my tank
So far he has settled in cleaning the other
fish and is eating well, I would say this fish is Moderate