A second investigation of the North Jamaican deep fore-reef slope, using mixed gas to reach depths from 70 m to a maximum of 107 m depth, revealed 43 species, 9 of which are new to science: Erylus incrustans, Polymastia fordei, Pseudaxinella flava, Phakellia bettinae, Iotrochota agglomerata, Callyspongia densasclera, Niphates lutea, Xestospongia deweerdtae, and Euryspongia lankesteri.