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Jaeger, 1833

B. argus is a sea cucumber with a grey or grey-brown upper surface with a striking pattern of spots ringed with white. The lower surface is light yellow-brown. Cuvierian tubules are readily ejected. The spicules are branched rods (B. argus spicules, B. argus spicules 2). B. argus is found on reefs and in exposed areas and is often common.

Bohadschia argus