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Ptilocaulis sp.

Click on the image to get the high resolution picture. Photo by G.J. Reclos /MCH

Ptilocaulis sp. Red-Orange Branching Sponges. These are branched, upright colonies whose appearance is bumpy-rough. Not common but found in the Caribbean, Bahamas, rarely in Florida. Generally found near coral reef tops, especially near drop-offs, in 40 to 80 feet depths. Eight to fifteen inches in height. (information copied from www.wetwebmedia.com )

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