Re: About sponge die off

Re: About sponge die off

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Sven:

Thanks for the information. My best guess is that the sponge is
Neopetrosia subtriangularis. We collected it several years ago for a research
project and it was identified then as Xestospongia subtriangularis. I am just
not positive--seeing it in a different location years later. But, I have a
voucher in alcohol that I will give to someone working on sponges today. [...]

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