Pseudoboletia indiana (Michelin, 1862)
Relatively common in the Solitary Islands Marine Park. Distributed throughout the Indo-Pacific region including Hawaii. In Australia recorded from the east coast, Torres Strait to southern New South Wales.
Frequents broken, rubble substrates, often with detritus attached, to at least 20m.
Similar to Pseudoboletia maculata but distinguished by the purple tips on the pale primary spines. Grows to a test width of around 10cm.