Black-Ball Sponge (Ircinia strobilina)

Black-Ball Sponge (Ircinia strobilina)

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Credit: ANDREW J. MARTINEZ/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Black-Ball Sponge (Ircinia strobilina), Grenada, Caribbean. The black-ball sponge lives in shallow to mid-range reefs in the Caribbean. It is ball or cake-shaped and black to gray with whitish knobs.

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