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There are a diverse variety of sponges and colonial ascidians at Coral Gardens (Rooi-els) Most have not been identified, and many are probably not described.

  • Sponge at Coral Gardens Rooi-els DSC02168.JPG
  • A beige sponge which forms multiple finger-like projections at Coral Gardens Rooi-els DSC00273.JPG
  • A beige-yellow turreted sponge at Coral Gardens Rooi-els DSC00272.JPG
  • A bulky pale yellow cushion shaped sponge at Coral Gardens Rooi-els DSC00269.JPG
  • A low yellow sponge at Coral Gardens Rooi-els DSC00256.JPG
  • A small yellow wall sponge at Coral Gardens Rooi-els DSC00259.JPG
  • A bright orange palmate fan sponge at Coral Gardens Rooi-els DSC02161.jpg
  • A white sponge which forms long projecting tubes DSC02160.jpg
  • A variety of sponges in grey and orange at Coral Gardens Rooi-els DSC02152.jpg
  • A purple-brown colonial ascidian at Coral Gardens Rooi-els DSC01965.JPG
  • A variety of colonial ascidians at Coral Gardens Rooi-els DSC00250.JPG

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