Mottled green, brown and white colors, usually with a dark V-shape marking on the side, and numerous skin flaps on the body.
Unevaluated by the IUCN Red list, but uncommon.
East Africa to Fiji and SouthWest Japan to Australia. Sheltered reefs and seagrass beds, in a depth range of 2-15 meters.
Up to 12cm.
They feed on amphipods, polychaete worms and molluscs.
They are well camouflaged for seagrass habitats, where they are mostly found.