Red Tree Sponge medium

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Red Tree Sponge medium

Red Tree Sponge  4-7 inches

Sponge CANNOT be exposed to air / oxygen.

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  • 3

    Posted by Michelle Beckman on 3rd Sep 2021

    I received two small red sponges although I had ordered a "medium". If you stacked them together they make 4 or 5 inches. BUT, I did receive two itty bitty brittle star hitchhikers and a small white stomatella snail, woot!

  • 5
    red tree sponge

    Posted by Jeffrey Ramsey on 14th Apr 2020

    The sponge I got in my order is so beautiful. It must have 15 or more branches. I love it!

  • 5
    medium red sponge

    Posted by Jeffrey Ramsey on 11th Dec 2019

    The picture doesn't do it justice. The one I just got has dozens of fingers and is absolutely gorgeous in my tank. I love it!

  • 5
    Red tree sponge

    Posted by Peter on 3rd Mar 2019

    This sponge has a nice color. I was surprised and happy that was way larger then shown on picture. I am very happy with this purchase.

  • 5
    Medium Red Tree Sponge

    Posted by Jeffrey Ramsey on 26th Feb 2019

    This sponge is gorgeous! The picture doesn't do it justice. My specimen has 12 branches on it. It would be worth it at twice the price.

  • 5
    Bigger than i expected

    Posted by Reg McIntyre on 6th Dec 2018

    Great looking addition to my tank. Bigger than advertised. Thanks again!

  • 5
    Tree Sponge Medium

    Posted by S.Erwin on 4th May 2018

    I absolutely LOVE how amazing this sponge looks in my tank! I was hesitant and originally thought that I would get the large, but the medium was a lot bigger than I had initially expected! Packaging was great and my seahorse loves to hitch on it from time to time. Thank you for an amazing product!

  • 5
    Awesome sponge

    Posted by Sean on 20th Apr 2018

    Really nice sized sponge tree, arrived properly submerged, great value ,and seahorses really dig it.

  • 5
    Had to call in reinforcements!

    Posted by Thana on 6th Apr 2017

    I had expected to get a 5" kind of straggly, maybe one or two branch piece of sponge. What I actually got was neither straggly nor a sad one or two branches. Six branches, 8" and it looks like I could tenderize meat with it and it'd shrug it off. I wouldn't, air and cell damage would kill it, but whew... it's beastly and I can't believe it's in my tank! The only way I could be more pleased is if someone handed me the deed to a Victorian mansion and told me a trust was taking care of the taxes.