Among the Greek divers it is known as kapadiko. Hippospongia communis or simply honeycomb is the most popular sponge type. It originates from the Mediterranean Sea (mainly the Aegean Sea and the North Coast of Africa). It is almost spherical and thick and is usually dark brown. Its bottom surface, which adheres to the substrate, is rough. These sponges occur at depths between 9 and 80 meters. Honeycomb harvesting grounds are mainly located in the marine area of Crete, the Cyclades, Euboea and the Dodecanese. It is the king of sponges.
The shape, size and weight of the sponges may be slightly different from the photos, since a sea sponge is a 100% natural product.