J. E. Randall & Carlson, 1997|
Similar Novaculops, Natal wrasse, Perciformes, Pictilabrus
The sand wrasse, Ammolabrus dicrus, is a species of wrasse endemic to Oahu, Hawaii. They prefer open, sandy substrates, where they hunt for zooplankton near the ocean floor. They can be found at depths of 7 to 18 m (23 to 59 ft) in small schools. This species grows to a length of 9.4 cm (3.7 in). This species is the only known member of its genus.