Bluehead wrasse are described as "one of the most successful cleaner fish" in the tropical Atlantic. They feed on the parasites of other fish that come to wrasses to be cleaned. Initial phase bluehead wrasse are classified as primary cleaners and they account for ten percent of the cleaning activities that take place within Caribbean reefs. Initial phase bluehead wrasse have also been spotted cleaning parasites from the mouths of other fish as well as purifying the wounds of injured fish.
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