The Cuban Hogfish (Bodianus pulchellus), has a streamlined stocky body. It is mostly red throughout except having a yellow top half of its caudal peduncle. The dorsal and anal fins are also scarlet while the caudal fin is mostly yellow.
This fish acts as a cleaner fish when it is a juvenile and will clean larger fish of any parasites. The Cuban hogfish can be found around the Caribbean islands, Florida and Brazil.
Ideally this fish will be kept in a community tank and should not be kept in pairs. It likes to swim in the middle and lower levels of the tank and will readily eat all meaty foods. There is little information known on the captive breeding of this fish and it is often available in local fish shops.