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Treated as Callyspongia procumbens (Carter, 1882) by Tabb and Manning (1961); Patuloscula procumbens Carter, 1882, by Storr (1964); C. bullata (Lamarck, 1813) by Alcolado (1980); C. repens Little, 1963, by Little (1963) and Alcolado (1980).
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