just got this guy..ive always liked the nice colorful sponges available in the hobby. about 5 yrs ago i tried a red tree sponge and it just slowly parished. research in the past has told me that sponges are hard to take care of and some are imppossible to keep in a home aquirium but they stay in the trade due to the wonderful colorations and us not being able to resist them. now i know that some of the hard to care forms can be kept with success but its not easy.
anyways i recently came across this little guy called a yellow ball sponge. everything a researched said they are one of the most hardy sponges in the hobby. and that they are even hard to kill when buried in substrate!
now i wont go that far but does anyone have experinece with this specimen and is it really that hardy? also does it require any lighting ? i know some sponges do aprieciate bright lighting.
any other care info much apprieciated!!