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  1. veiled sponge (orange) veiled sponge (orange)

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    Type: Worm
    Scientific Name: unsure
    Other Names: veiled sponge
    Color: Orange
    Reef Safe: yes
    Care Level: Easy
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Romeo MI
    Posts
    873
    First Name
    Doug
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    Additional Information & Description

    figured id show off my sponge.

    i bought this just before the reef solutions swap. it hasnt grown much, there has been a little bit of decay as you can see in the pick. this is because my sump got low while i was on vacation and that caused a lot air bubbles in the tank. the air gets trapped in its matrix of spicules causing tissue to die. i feed the tank home grown phytoplankton and reef pearls. its non-photosynthetic as well so it is pretty dependent on the feedings.



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    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    michigan
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    I have a similiar one its beautiful

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