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"In response to previous comment: This is definitely a bluehead and not a lunar wrasse. Lunar wrasse bodies are predominately green with red or purple lines on the face and the tail is many times yellow. A note about bluehead: they will bury themselves in the sand when frightened, and this is where they like to sleep. Editor's Note: To see what a Lunar Wrasse (also known as the Moon Wrasse) looks like, visit the "Moon Wrasse" page. "

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