|Common Name||Māori wrasse, Napoleon wrasse and Napoleonfish|
The Humphead Wrasse is a species from the Cheilinus genus. It is a wrasse that is mainly found in coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific region.
The humphead wrasse is the largest living member of the family Labridae, with males reaching 6 feet in length, while females rarely exceed about 3 feet. It has thick, fleshy lips and a hump that forms on its head above the eyes, becoming more prominent as the fish ages. Males range from a bright electric blue to green, a purplish blue, or a relatively dull blue/green. Juveniles and females are red-orange above, and red-orange to white below.