Felimidaluteorosea is a small colourful dorid
nudibranch. It is coloured a bright to dull purple with
large, bright to dull yellow, rounded spots on its notum
as well as a yellow line along the margin. This
nudibranch is very distinct and easily identified in the
Oral tentacles: 2 in number, very short, purple. Rhinophores: Bluish purple to reddish purple,
lamellate, retractile. Gills: Present, pale in colour, unipinnate. Foot: Purple without any appendages.
Size range: 18-21mm. Uncommon.
Specific characteristics: This species is easy to
distinguish in the field by its pattern and colouration.
Identification by Dr. A. Perrone as Chromodoris luteorosea