Pseudojuloides labyrinthus, a new pencil wrasse from Kenya

Main report: Pseudojuloides labyrinthus, a sexy new pencil wrasse from Kenya
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Scientific Paper: Journal of Ocean Science Foundation   
New Taxa: Pseudojuloides labyrinthus
Species named for: maze-like pattern of lines on the head and bod
Categories: Fish | New Species
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Pseudojuloides labyrinthus is a new species of pencil wrasse from the Western Indian Ocean with at least three neon blue stripes the length of its body.

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