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(Bell, 1884)

H. semperi is a variably coloured white-brown and red sea cucumber with purple tentacles and tube feet (the latter confined to the ambulacra). It is a small species (45-50 mm) with a pliable body. Spicules are fenestrated ellipsoids and perforated plates (H. semperi spicules). H. semperi is a coastal, tropical species, found in the intertidal and below.

Hemithyone semperi