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Xestospongia subtriangularis

(Duchassaing 1850)
Staghorn-like clusters of hard, smooth, beige to brown branches. The apertures are aligned on the upper part of the branches, often forming rows of chimneys. Branches may be laterally flattened and often thicker towards the base. Single branches may occur, arising from a flattened base.

(It may have to be placed under Neopetrosia according to the Systema Porifera, but this still needs to be confirmed).