The checkerboard wrasse, Halichoeres hortulanus, is a species of wrasse. It may also be known as the chequered wrasse or the wall wrasse. Red Sea to South Africa, north to southern Japan, south to the southern Great Barrier Reef. Checkerboard pattern on sides, males are greener with a yellow dorsal spot. Small juveniles are black and white, gradually changing with growth to the adult pattern. Clear lagoons and seaward reefs from 1m-30m depth.
Pictures: Papua, Indonesia by Sami Salmenkivi
Gomphosus varius is a species of wrasse native to the Indo-Pacific. Common names include bird-nose wrasse, bird wrasse, brown bird wrasse, olive club-nosed wrasse, and purple club-nosed wrasse. This fish reaches about 30 centimeters long. It lives around corals and feeds on crustaceans, fish, and molluscs.
Pictures: Cook Islands by Sami Salmenkivi
Wikipedia doesn’t have an article on Sunset Wrasse.
Pictures: at Cook Islands by Sami Salmenkivi
Wikipedia has no article on Broomtail Wrasse. This is a shy solitary species living on coral rich reef flats.
Picture: Naama Bay & Ras Nasrani, Red Sea, Egypt by Sami Salmenkivi
Barred Thicklip Wrasse, Hemigymnus fasciatus. Wikipedia has no article on this Wrasse either, seems like the Wrasses are not favorited by the Wikipedians.
Picture: Tiran and Ras Mohammed, Red Sea, Egypt by Sami Salmenkivi
Wikipedia has no article or Twist’s Wrasse or Yellowbreasted wrasse.
Picture: Ras Mohammed, Red Sea, Egypt by Sami Salmenkivi
Wikipedia has no article on Cheeklined Splendour Wrasse or Cheeklined Maori Wrasse.
Picture: Ras Nasrani, Red Sea, Egypt by Sami Salmenkivi