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Sea Sponge

Phyllospongia foliascens


Attached to the ground under by a short and hard stalk. The color is greyish with a warty surface, These sponges are typically flexible and compressible. They have a porous structure that allows water to flow through their bodies, aiding in filter feeding and gas exchange.


Coral reef on 1 to 2 m depth at low tide.

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Lobo, Calabarzon, Philippines

Spotted on Mar 28, 2024
Submitted on Apr 18, 2024

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