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Scyphozoa; True Jellyfish

Posted by on Nov 27, 2011 in | Comments Off on Scyphozoa; True Jellyfish

Scyphozoa are not fish in any way – it is more accurate to call them Sea Jellies. They are something special to encounter when diving around Ko Phangan. Most of our species don’t have long tentacles with stinging cells and make beautiful subjects for underwater photography. Catostylus townsendi; Rhizostome Sea Jelly Probably not Catostylus mosaicus, because of the small coloured spots on its body. 5 Photos Phyllorhiza punctata; Rhizostome Sea Jelly The Australian blue-spotted Jellyfish is our most common Rhizostome jelly. 10 Photos Versuriga anadyomene; Rhizostome Sea...

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