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(Clark, 1938)

A. leucoprocta is a purple-brown sea cucumber with a white posterior and cloacal lining. It is a medium-sized (100-140 mm), cylindrical species, tapering to a blunt posterior. It has a thick and soft body wall, a smooth or slimy tegument, and 15 tentacles. Spicules are short rods and small perforated plates (A. leucoprocta spicules). This species has been reported from Western Australia. They are coastal, found intertidally and below, and they live buried in sand or mud.

Acaudina leucoprocta