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How to Train Your Coral
|Orange Mycale armata sponge commonly found around Moku o Lo'e. |
Photo taken by the Bishop Museum.
|Sponges have been on our mind the past few weeks thanks to the newest visitor in the Jokiel lab, Dr. Janie Wulff from Florida State University. After having the privilege to learn from her about her extensive sponge research, we decided to spruce up our own marine life post on sponges with the information we know now.|
|Sponge pore-bearing structure.|
|Orange Mycale sponge attacking a coral colony to the reef at Moku o Lo'e. |
Photo taken by Mark Heckman
|Tedani ignis, one of the mangrove sponges in Belize under study.|
Photo taken by Candy Feller, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
|Sponges in Belize. Photo taken by Florida State University.|
|Photo credit - Casey Ching|
|Acropora cytherea shown above.|
|Myself working on new teaching resources. |
Photo taken by Casey Ching
|Coral reef monitoring. Photo taken by Casey Ching|
|Still working hard on making the best resources|
for future visitors and hopefully for you!
Photo taken by Casey Ching.