The Orange Frilly Sponge requires some special care in the home aquarium. It doesn?t have any kind of organ or tissue and are simpler organisms. The Orange Frilly Sponge is non-aggressive and peaceful, and get along with other tank mates in a quite healthy way. The Orange Frilly Sponge adds a dramatic splash of orange color in to your aquarium. It should never be exposed to the open air as the air can block the channel path and impedes the nutrition process causing it to die eventually. It can be kept in such a place where it can receive moderate to strong water flow so that it receives the dissolved organic foods. Since the Orange Frilly Sponge is a filter feeder, it takes its food from the water column. The Orange Frilly Sponge does well with the additional feeding of liquid plankton and other dissolved organic foods. It is non-aggressive and reef compatible, which makes the Orange Frilly Sponge safe to keep with other tank inhabitants. It mostly inhabits cliffs and rock overhangs, therefore keeping live rocks, caves are required to keep for the Orange Frilly Sponge to get shade. The shady areas prevent the algal growth on the body surface of the Orange Frilly Sponge. It thrives well in a temperature range of 72-78 degrees Fahrenheit, and with pH of 8.10. The Orange Frilly Sponge easily breeds asexually in the marine aquarium by the means of fragmentation. It propagates very easily by just placing the fragment on the substrate in the reef tank.