Scientific name - Ptilocaulis sp.\r\n\r\nFamily – Axinelidae\r\n\r\nCommon name – Orange, Red Tree Sponge\r\n\r\nRange - Caribbean\r\n\r\nCare Level – Difficult\r\n\r\nLighting – Low\r\n\r\nWater flow – High\r\n\r\nTemperament – Peaceful\r\n\r\nFoods and feeding – It is non-photosynthetic and will require feedings of liquid plankton and other dissolved organic foods. \r\n\r\nAquarium suitability - \r\n\r\nReef compatibility – Yes\r\n\r\nCaptive care – This is one the more difficult animals to keep in this hobby. They don’t do well in intense lighting and require “dirty” water to survive. If they are exposed to air, there is a good chance it will starve to death because air will get trapped in its pores, preventing it from gathering food. They do best in systems with large refuges. They also come in a wide variety of colors. Like all invertebrates, they are extremely sensitive to copper and nitrates and tiny amounts are lethal to them.