Monthly Archives: February 2011

Purple fried egg jellyfish found in the Mediterranean

The purple fried egg jellyfish, Cotylorhiza tuberculata lives in the Mediterranean Sea.  It harbors symbiotic algae that make food for jellyfish.  www.stingmate.com  Are you protected? Photos and information provided by Chad Widmer PhD student, University of St. Andrews, Edinburgh Scotland … Continue reading

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Baby Jellyfish

These are ephyrae of jellyfish or baby jellyfish.  Each one starts out slow and looks a bit like a snowflake.  But they don’t stay small for long.  Jellyfish can grow from ephyrae to mature jellyfish in a bout two months. … Continue reading

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