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Mycale laevis, the Orange King Sponge. Bright orange to yellow with white excurrent siphons. Grow under, about a few species of stony corals, actually protecting them from bioerosion by other/boring sponge species. The less common white variety here in Roatan 2017

Ircinia felix, Class Demospongiae. Stinker Sponge. Light gray or brown encrusting globes, 6-12 inches in diameter. Osculae scattered on body. Conspicuous hexagonal markings on surface. Smells very bad on removal from water.
 


Siphonodictyon coralliphagum, the Variable Boring Sponge. Not for reef aquariums. Appears in various physical forms, mostly yellow and white, fingers to bowls, to encrusting patches. Bores into live corals. May appear encrusting or tublular. 
 


Discosoma sanctithomae Warty Corallimorph. Variable in color; but bear larger, frilly tentacles on top, shorter pointed ones along margin. Roatan 2017; Di pic 
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