I encountered something new today, probably because they are small and blend into the background. There were two of these fish slowly swimming over a small section of the reef. They usually stayed about 2 to 6 inches above the artificial reef and drifted back and forth between stalks of hydroids, algae, etc. They were about 1 inch long and were found in the northern Gulf of Mexico in about 60 feet of water. The closest ID I could make is a juvenile green wrasse, but the pectoral fins don't look right at all, and there is hardly in pigmentation in the dorsal fin except for a little on the ribs. Any help will be appreciated.