There are about 30 species of freshwater species in North America alone. They prefer still waters. They are found in large rivers, lakes, wetlands, and streams from lake outlets. These sponges like all sponges belong to the family Spongillidae.
There are 30 species of freshwater sponges in North America alone. They are usually found in large rivers, lakes, wetlands, and streams feeding into lakes, preferring water habitats with little movement.
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