Also known as Ctenophore, Lobate Comb Jelly, Sea Gooseberry, Sea Jelly, Sea Walnut, Spot-winged Comb Jelly.
Found around inshore water and over shelf and slopes of the continental shelf.
They feed on zooplankton.
Depth - ?m
Widespread Western Central Atlantic, Caribbean
Almost all ctenophores function as predators, taking prey ranging from microscopic larvae and rotifers to the adults of small crustaceans; the exceptions are juveniles of two species, which live as parasites on the salps on which adults of their species feed.