Sometimes common in the Solitary Islands Marine Park. Distributed throughout the tropical Indo-West Pacific region. In Australia known from the east coast of Queensland and northern New South Wales, including Lord Howe Island.
Frequents reef areas to a depth of at least 15 m.
Uniformly vivid, translucent yellow body, rhinophores and gills, with a dark red marginal band on the mantle. The body is elongate, the foot extending some considerable distance behind the mantle. There is often a constriction midway between the rhinophores and gills, giving the animal a characteristic hourglass shape. Grows to about 15 mm long.
Undersea Jewels, A colour guide to nudibranchs, Gary Cobb and Richard C Willan. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra, 2006. p.171.
Australian Museum, Sea Slug Forum. http://www.seaslugforum.net/factsheet/noumflav. Accessed 08/09/2018.