About Amphimedon queenslandica
Amphimedon queenslandica (formerly A. reniera) is a sponge, and was discovered in 1998 and formally described in 2006 . Despite its recent identification, this native of Great Barrier Reef has already proved itself a useful subject for the study of the evolutionary origins of metazoan development [2,3], and is the first member of phylum Porifera to have had its genome sequenced.
Picture credit (Creative Commons BY 2.5): Wikimedia Commons 2007
This species currently has no variation database. However you can process your own variants using the Variant Effect Predictor: