Pseudanthias luzonensis is a vibrant and distinctive species of fish, characterized by its striking coloration. The male of the species boasts an orange-red upper head and anterodorsal body, which gradates to a pinkish hue posteriorly and white ventrally. It also features yellow to red-orange wavy stripes on its sides, with a prominent red spot between its seventh and tenth dorsal spine. The caudal fin is further accentuated by its red posterior margin. In contrast, the female of the species has a plain pinkish-orange color that grades to white below, with an orange band from the lower eye to the base of its pectoral fin. The male lacks the fleshy protuberance at the front of the upper lip and has a prolonged third dorsal spine. Its caudal fin is lunate to emarginate, with short filamentous tips in males.
Habitat: not well-known, but it is believed to be associated with coral reefs.
Distribution: not well-known.