Tampa Bay Saltwater Real Live Rock

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@Tonycass12 This sponge has a unique pattern, and we see it often.
Jocelyn has done quite a bit of digging to identify it with no luck. Sent photos to a couple experts, so let's see.

Please DM us or email us if you have insight on it.

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I would love to find out. Ive got some of your rock that came with a tank tear down and the stuff is just littered with sponges and corals.
 
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I would love to find out. Ive got some of your rock that came with a tank tear down and the stuff is just littered with sponges and corals.
Would love to see some of your favorites.
 

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I would love to find out. Ive got some of your rock that came with a tank tear down and the stuff is just littered with sponges and corals.
I'd love to find out too. My best guess currently is an encrusting Clathria sp., but I'm not sure.
 

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