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A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria)

A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria)

A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria)
A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria), transparent bioluminescent jelly 3-25 cm across with as many as 100 radial canals extending to the bell margin. The margin itself is surrounded by tentacles, up to 150, that have nematocysts (harmless to humans). It eats copepods, comb jellies and other hydromedusae, occasionally including members of its own species. Alexander Archipelago, Pacific Ocean, southeastern Alaska, USA.

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A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria)

A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria), transparent bioluminescent jelly 3-25 cm across with as many as 100 radial canals extending to the bell margin. The margin itself is surrounded by tentacles, up to 150, that have nematocysts (harmless to humans). It eats copepods, comb jellies and other hydromedusae, occasionally including members of its own species. Alexander Archipelago, Pacific Ocean, southeastern Alaska, USA

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Aequorea , Aequoreidae , Bell Shape , Bioluminescent , Cannibal , Carnivore Predator , Contractile Mouth , Eastern Pacific , Harvested For Aequorin , Hydromedusa , Hydrozoa , Jellyfish , Large Mouth , Leptomedusae , Leptothecata , Luminescent , Voracious , Water Jellyfish

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