- Baillon's wrasse
- Bailloni's lipvis
- Crénilabre de Baillon
- Tordo di Baillon
- The temperate Atlantic
- The Mediterranean
Environment and movement of the diurnal species
- The species is generally observed in seagrass among algae or phanerogams.
- The species is generally seen moving in its environment.
- The species can be found between 1 and 50 Meters.
- Uncommon Species
General behaviour of the species
- Species generally solitary
- The animal is rather indifferent to the diver, though it remains on its guard
General characteristics of the species
- Maximum size : 20 cm
- The animal is a hunter low in the food chain.
- Diet : Mollusks - - Sea worms
Relationship with humans
- The species can be eaten but is of no particular culinary interest
The species can be confused with other species of similar appearance!