Rhyssoplax suteri is a rare species of chiton in the family Chitonidae.
This rare species is endemic
to the South Island
of New Zealand
The shell is small, similar to Rhyssoplax stangeri
but with more sparse sculpture
, in particular, there are only six to eight longitudinal grooves on each side of the central area, compared with about 15 on each side in stangeri
Coloration is yellowish-white, tesselated with grey and green.
Length is up to 13 mm, and width up to 8 mm.