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Selenka, 1867

L. semperianum is a white, almost translucent sea cucumber, with yellow tube feet and a dark posterior end (size (85) 200-250 mm). Spicules are spinose tables and sometimes buttons and rods (L. semperianum spicules). This species can be found buried in sand below rocks of the outer coral reef flat.

Labidodemas semperianum