Sclerodoris rubicunda (Baba,
|Maximum size: about 25 mm.
is a highly cryptic species distinguished by its burnt-orange
background and a white, y-shaped band that is highlighted in turquoise
is a rare,
nocturnal species known from only two animals found in exposed to
highly exposed rocky habitats at < 10 m (33 ft).
Oahu: also known from Japan and Papua New Guinea.
It was first
recorded in Hawaii at Pupukea, Oahu by Scott Johnson on May 27,
Johnson: about 25 mm: Pupukea, Oahu; May 27, 1978.