Yeah…we’ve know about this one for a year, and yes, they kept it on the down-low from the general public. Casually mentioned within ORA’ s announcement of the first captive-breeding of Priolepsis cincta, is the “oh by the way” recognition of their success with Pseudoplesiops wassi. I personally don’t know why, but sometimes companies just do that. This is a small and not-in-high-demand Dottyback species whose official common name is the “Fleckfin Dottyback”. Aquarists are probably more familiar with more desirable relatives like P. rosea, called the Rose Island Dottyback, and the relatively commonly available Hidden Dottyback, P. typus. Sadly, given the “it’s almost not worth mentioning” stance on their production of this Dottyback species, it probably is not going to show up on ORA availability lists.