Chelidonura fulvipunctata (Baba, 1938)
Moderately common in the Solitary Islands Marine Park. Known from the Indo-Pacific region generally. In Australia recorded from the east coast and Lord Howe Island.
Known to occur in rocky habitats as well as algal beds. Depth range from intertidal to at least 12m.
Thought to feed on acoelemate flatworms and polychaete worms, specimen in top picture found under a boulder in .5m of water. Uses a fringe of sensory hairs to detect prey. Grows to at least 17mm.