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Upside-down Jellyfish Florida Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-58
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Upside-down Jellyfish (Cassiopea xamachana). Unlike other jellyfish that hunt for food, this jellyfish depends on unicellular algae, zooxanthellae, for nutrition. The jellyfish sits upside down so the algae absorbs sunlight. Photo taken at Florida, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Medusa fish in Crowned Jellyfish Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-59
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Juvenile Medusa Fish (Icichthys lockingtoni), using a Crowned Jellyfish (Cephea cephea) as a protective home. Photo taken in Hawaii, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Upside-down Jellyfish Florida Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-60
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Upside-down Jellyfish (Cassiopea medusae). Unlike other jellyfish that hunt for food, this jellyfish depends on unicellular algae, zooxanthellae, for nutrition. The jellyfish sits upside down so the algae absorbs sunlight. Photo taken at Florida, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Diver and Lion's Mane Jellyfish Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-61
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Diver observing a Lion's Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata). The tentacles of this Jellyfish can extend as far as 100 feet and deliver a painful sting. Found in cool temperate seas around the world. Photo taken in British Columbia, Canada.
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Lobate Ctenophore Hawaii Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-62
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Lobate Ctenophore or Winged Comb Jelly (Leucothea multicornis). Photo was taken off Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Pelagic Tunicate Salp Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-63
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Pelagic Tunicate or Salp (Salpa aspera). Photo taken off Hawaii, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Comb-jelly Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-64
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Comb-jelly or Sea Gooseberry (possibly: Pleurobrachia pileus). Photo taken off Hawaii, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Siphonophore Rhizophysa sp. Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1265-01
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Cystonect Siphonophore (Rhizophysa sp.), showing stinging cells trailing from the bell. Photo taken off Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA
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Siphonophore Forskalia edwarsi Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1265-02
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Physonect Siphonophore (Forskalia edwarsi), feeding with tentacles extended in order to catch plankton. Siphonophores are colonial animals, composed of many physiologically integrated zooids. Photo taken Sea of Cortez, Mexico, Pacific Ocean
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Diphyid siphonophore Prya dubia Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1265-03
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Diphyid Siphonophore (Prya dubia) feeding with tentacles extended in order to catch plankton. Siphonophores are colonial animals, composed of many physiologically integrated zooids. Photo taken off Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA
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Lions Mane Jellyfish with pelagic fish Photo - Hayley Versace
Stock Photo ID: 82M1211-01
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Lions Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata), with juvenile pelagic Fish sheltering around tentacles, under Jetty. Also known as Hair Jelly and Snotty. Stings cause minor skin burn. Photo taken at Narooma, New South Wales, Australia.
© Hayley Versace / OceanwideImages.com
Lions Mane Jellyfish with pelagic fish Photo - Hayley Versace
Stock Photo ID: 82M1211-02
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Lions Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata), with juvenile pelagic Fish sheltering around tentacles, under Jetty. Also known as Hair Jelly and Snotty. Stings cause minor skin burn. Photo taken at Narooma, New South Wales, Australia.
© Hayley Versace / OceanwideImages.com
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