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Chrysaora quinquecirrha (known as the Atlantic sea nettle or Eas Chrysaora quinquecirrha (known as the Atlantic sea nettle or East Coast sea nettle) cnidarian,invertebrate,jellyfish
Chrysaora quinquecirrha (known as the Atlantic sea nettle or EasPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES414 views5 downloads (Details)Chrysaora quinquecirrha (known as the Atlantic sea nettle or East Coast sea nettle)Add to lightbox
Jellyfish Illustration of a jellyfish symbol,vector,illustration,jellyfish,Cnidaria,medusa
JellyfishVector Graphic (SVG) Dieter TraceyMarine Botany UQ726 views148 downloads (Details)Illustration of a jellyfishAdd to lightbox
Moerisia spp. (Jellyfish) Illustration of a Moerisia spp. jellyfish symbol,vector,illustration,Coelenterate,jellyfish,polyp,medusa,Cnidaria,Hydrozoa	Anthoathecata,Moerisiidae,Moerisia,lyonsi
Moerisia spp. (Jellyfish)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network652 views131 downloads (Details)Illustration of a Moerisia spp. jellyfishAdd to lightbox
Purple-striped Jelly (Chrysaora colorata) Purple-striped jellies mysteriously appear near the shores of Monterey in certain seasons. Young cancer crabs are often found clinging to these jellies, even inside the gut. The crab helps the jelly by eating parasitic amphipods. Photographed at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.  marine,invertebrates,stingers,toxins,dangerous,species,aquarium,jellyfish,tentacles
Purple-striped Jelly (Chrysaora colorata)Photo (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES699 views29 downloads (Details)Purple-striped jellies mysteriously appear near the shores of Monterey in certain seasons. Young cancer crabs are often found clinging to these jellies, even inside the gut. The crab helps the jelly by eating parasitic amphipods. Photographed at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Add to lightbox
Moon jellyfish (Aurelia labiata) Moon jellyfish, named for their translucent, moonlike circular bell. Moon jellies have a short, fine fringe (cilia) that sweeps food toward the mucous layer on the edge of the bell. Prey is stored in pouches until the oral arms pick it up and begin to digest it. Photographed at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.  jellyfish,marine,invertebrates,aquaria,dangerous,species,nuisance,species,toxins,stingers,tentacles
Moon jellyfish (Aurelia labiata)Photo (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES604 views29 downloads (Details)Moon jellyfish, named for their translucent, moonlike circular bell. Moon jellies have a short, fine fringe (cilia) that sweeps food toward the mucous layer on the edge of the bell. Prey is stored in pouches until the oral arms pick it up and begin to digest it. Photographed at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. 1 commentsAdd to lightbox
Sea nettles (Chrysaora fuscescens) Sea nettles hunt by trailing tentacles and mouth-arms covered in stinging cells which paralyze and capture prey, moving them to the mouth where they can be digested. Photographed at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.  jellyfish,invertebrates,marine,nuisance,species,danger,stingers,toxins,marine,invertebrates,tentacles
Sea nettles (Chrysaora fuscescens)Photo (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES985 views52 downloads (Details)Sea nettles hunt by trailing tentacles and mouth-arms covered in stinging cells which paralyze and capture prey, moving them to the mouth where they can be digested. Photographed at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. 1 commentsAdd to lightbox
Jellyfish Lake, Palau Several marine lakes in the Republic of Palau have been cut off from the sea for 10,000-15,000 years. The jellyfish (Mastigias species) in these lakes have evolved to become stingless. The jellyfish also host symbiotic algae which require sunlight to photosynthesize. In order to provide enough light for their algae, the jellyfish migrate across the lakes during the day, following the sun. Palau,Jellyfish,Lake,tropical,underwater
Jellyfish Lake, PalauPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES546 views29 downloads (Details)Several marine lakes in the Republic of Palau have been cut off from the sea for 10,000-15,000 years. The jellyfish (Mastigias species) in these lakes have evolved to become stingless. The jellyfish also host symbiotic algae which require sunlight to photosynthesize. In order to provide enough light for their algae, the jellyfish migrate across the lakes during the day, following the sun.Add to lightbox
Jellyfish Lake, Palau Several marine lakes in the Republic of Palau have been cut off from the sea for 10,000-15,000 years. The jellyfish (Mastigias species) in these lakes have evolved to become stingless. The jellyfish also host symbiotic algae which require sunlight to photosynthesize. In order to provide enough light for their algae, the jellyfish migrate across the lakes during the day, following the sun. Palau,Jellyfish,Lake,tropical,underwater
Jellyfish Lake, PalauPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES335 views19 downloads (Details)Several marine lakes in the Republic of Palau have been cut off from the sea for 10,000-15,000 years. The jellyfish (Mastigias species) in these lakes have evolved to become stingless. The jellyfish also host symbiotic algae which require sunlight to photosynthesize. In order to provide enough light for their algae, the jellyfish migrate across the lakes during the day, following the sun.Add to lightbox
Jellyfish Lake, Palau Several marine lakes in the Republic of Palau have been cut off from the sea for 10,000-15,000 years. The jellyfish (Mastigias species) in these lakes have evolved to become stingless. The jellyfish also host symbiotic algae which require sunlight to photosynthesize. In order to provide enough light for their algae, the jellyfish migrate across the lakes during the day, following the sun. Palau,Jellyfish,Lake,tropical,underwater
Jellyfish Lake, PalauPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES252 views11 downloads (Details)Several marine lakes in the Republic of Palau have been cut off from the sea for 10,000-15,000 years. The jellyfish (Mastigias species) in these lakes have evolved to become stingless. The jellyfish also host symbiotic algae which require sunlight to photosynthesize. In order to provide enough light for their algae, the jellyfish migrate across the lakes during the day, following the sun.Add to lightbox
Moonjellies-Greenwich Bay RI Moonjellies at a marina in western Greenwich Bay, Narragansett Bay RI. The concentration was unusually dense . Located near an aquaculture upwelling system next to the marina docks. This area of western Greenwich Bay has intermittent but severe hypoxia in summer months.  NEEA,Mid,Atlantic,Region,jellyfish,moonjelly,eutrophication
Moonjellies-Greenwich Bay RIPhoto (JPG) Christopher DeacutisNBEP534 views2 downloads (Details)Moonjellies at a marina in western Greenwich Bay, Narragansett Bay RI. The concentration was unusually dense . Located near an aquaculture upwelling system next to the marina docks. This area of western Greenwich Bay has intermittent but severe hypoxia in summer months. Add to lightbox
Portuguese Man-of-War (Physalia physalis) pelagic siphonophore floats on the surface by means of a gas-filled, balloonlike float that changes shape to catch the prevailing wind. In Australia it is also known as a 'bluebottle' stinger,jellyfish,beach
Portuguese Man-of-War (Physalia physalis)Photo (JPG) Adrian JonesIAN, UMCES1145 views21 downloads (Details)pelagic siphonophore floats on the surface by means of a gas-filled, balloonlike float that changes shape to catch the prevailing wind. In Australia it is also known as a 'bluebottle'Add to lightbox
Jellyfish Biovolume Measuring jellyfish biovolume on the PAX ACE-INC (Atlantic Coast Environmental Indicators Consortium) cruise on the R/V Aquarius in February 2001 measuring,recording,UMCES
Jellyfish BiovolumePhoto (JPG) David KimmelHPL, UMCES184 views1 downloads (Details)Measuring jellyfish biovolume on the PAX ACE-INC (Atlantic Coast Environmental Indicators Consortium) cruise on the R/V Aquarius in February 2001Add to lightbox

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