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Red boring sponge (Cliona delitrix) three excurrent apertures covered in Sponge zoanthids

Red boring sponge (Cliona delitrix) three excurrent apertures covered in Sponge zoanthids


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Red boring sponge (Cliona delitrix) three excurrent apertures covered in Sponge zoanthids

Red boring sponge (Cliona delitrix) three excurrent apertures covered in Sponge zoanthids (Parazoanthus parasiticus) East End, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, British West Indies, Caribbean Sea

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Anthozoans Brown Caribbean Corals Invertebrates Islands Orange Porifera Sponges Tropical White Anemones


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Underwater Party - When Sponges and Zoanthids Get Together!

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. In this vibrant snapshot captured by Alex Mustard, the marine world surprises us once again with its colorful extravaganza. Behold the Red Boring Sponge (Cliona delitrix), showcasing not one, not two, but three excurrent apertures covered in a delightful blanket of Sponge Zoanthids (Parazoanthus parasiticus). It's like witnessing an underwater party where these fascinating creatures have come together to celebrate life! The scene takes place in the East End of Grand Cayman, nestled within the breathtaking Caribbean Sea. The British West Indies provide a perfect backdrop for this lively gathering of anemones, anthozoans, corals, and sponges. Their hues range from shades of red and orange to hints of brown and white – creating a mesmerizing vertical tapestry that dances beneath the waves. But let's not forget about our star guests – the Red Boring Sponge and its charming companions! With their intricate patterns and striking colors, they effortlessly steal the show. Who knew sponges could be so captivating? These tropical wonders prove that even seemingly "boring" things can become extraordinary when surrounded by friends. So dive into this enchanting print from Nature Picture Library – it's a visual feast that will transport you to an underwater wonderland bursting with life and color. Let your imagination swim alongside these playful creatures as they continue their aquatic celebration!

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