The femininus wrasse, Anampses femininus, is one of those mythical fish that you hardly ever see on display but when you see a robust, vigorous specimen, you can’t help but to be stunned by it’s exquisite beauty. One such specimen has made a fine home in one of LiveAquaria’s mixed-reef display aquariums. Now normally this specific fish is off-limits for photographs due to it’s singular nature, it’s sensitivity to bright flashes and the fact that otherwise, everyone who visits LA would photo this fish so much that it would be blind by now. However, under the close supervision of director Kevin Kohen, Reef Builders was granted exclusive access to photograph and film this super exotic, queen of the wrasses. Super HUGE thanks to LiveAquaria and Mr. Kohen for granting us the priviledge of bringing you some sweet eye candy for your desktop backgrounds and an HD video to boot. Our little pitty also tells us that one of these demi-gods of fish might be hitting the Diver’s Den in the near future; there is no doubt it will sell in minutes, the question is how many minutes. Anyone wishing to learn more about the femininus wrasse should read Kevin Kohen’s article on this fish in the first issue of Reef Life Magazine. The desktop backgrounds and video are yours when you continue reading. . .