The Puddingwife is one of the most beautifully colored juvenile wrasses. They range from dark reddish orange, to yellowish orange, with brilliant blue patterning and white and black spots. Like other wrasses, they’re highly visible and entertaining in an aquarium because they are always exploring and their eyes are always searching. We can collect them fairly small around one and a half to two inches, but they grow quickly in an aquarium. They are not picky eaters and are easily maintained on pellet food. While they typically get along well with other fish in the aquarium, they will eat small invertebrates, especially as they grow larger.