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Mycale laevis

(Carter 1882)
A yellow encrusting sponge, very commonly seen underneath leafy corals.

The surface has a ’breadcrumb’ texture, with some relatively very large exhalent pores.

Most of the sponge body lies within the limestone of the coral colony into which it has burrowed and colonised.