creates home sites by attaching itself to the other species
the bass and the wrasse fish help each other by protection and feeding with one another
The Wrasse fish clean the mouth and body of the bass fish which provide the wrasse fish food.
it eats it
The Wrasse Fish
They are both fish.
wrasse fish protects a black sea bass.
A wrasse fish and its commenalism because the bass benefit and the warsse fish are unharmed.
Some species of Wrasse, eg Cleaner Wrasse have a symbiotic relationship with larger fish, eg Groupers, Sharks, etc whereby the wrasse will clean parasites from the body of the larger fish helping to keep it healthy, and the larger fish provides the wrasse some degree of protection from predation as well as food in the form of parasites and scraps.
This relationship is defined as mutualism, meaning both parties benefit mutually from the relationship. In this example, the wrasse cleans the bass, and the wrasse gets food. The bacteria is gone from the skin of the sea bass, and the cleaner wrasse has food. The relationship clearly benefits both parties.
Wrasse are "cleaner fish." They will eat the small parasites on the bodies of other fish. Large fish show up at wrasse "cleaning stations" to be freed of parasites, while the wrasse get a meal. It's a good deal for everybody except the parasites - most of the time. Nothing's ever perfect, though, and sometimes the large fish don't get with the program and try to eat the wrasse. Also, there's a fish called a blenny that looks a bit like a wrasse [it's a Batesian mimic, which see] and it uses this appearance to sneak up and take a bite out of the bass or other large fish.
The wrasses poops...
well one disadvantage is that it is kind of gross
i dont know just google it!
A symbiotic relationship is an association that is mutually beneficial. Wrasse fish feed on the parasites found on the black sea bass's body. In this case, Wrasse gets to eat, and sea bass gets rid of parasites. It's a Win-Win.
Advantages are one gets food one gets cleaned Disadvantages are Wrasse fish has shorter life span
They survive thanks to the mutual symbiosis with anemone, which protects clown fish among its poisonous tentacles.
There are over 600 species of Wrasse. The Wrasse clean off the parasites that live on or within the fish. These parasites are feeding off of the fish tissue.
A Parrot Wrasse is a type of Indo-Pacific marine (saltwater) fish in the Labridae family.
it eats toutog fish and shirmp and limpets
no its a fish which can remove parasites from other fish....google it