Sea Jellies, Atlantic Sea Nettle, Sea nettle Jellyfish, West Coast Sea Nettle, Brown Sea Nettle.
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Also known as Sea Jellies, Atlantic Sea Nettle, Sea nettle Jellyfish, West Coast Sea Nettle and Brown Sea Nettle.
Found near the surface drifting in bays, lagoons and estuaries, sometimes can be found in the open.
They feed on zooplankton.
Depth - 0-80m
Widespread Pacific Ocean
Can be toxic!
Jellyfish are 95% water.
They have no heart, brain, blood, or gills. The body of the Jellyfish is called a bell. They do have a mouth, tentacles and arms around their mouth. They use their arms around their mouth to help sense and find food that ends up inside their mouth.
In the winter they disintegrate, the offspring surviving as larvae attached to the bottom. By asexual reproduction they form stacks of platters, and these platters are released in the spring to start their pelagic life.
Their only predators are Bannerfish and Arrow Crabs. (edit)
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