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Blubber Jellyfish Catostylus mosaicus
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Blubber Jellyfish (Catostylus mosaicus). Also known as Jelly Blubber. Queensland, Australia
Lion's Mane Jellyfish with Fish
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Lions Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) with juvenile pelagic Fish sheltering around tentacles. Also known as Hair Jelly and Snotty. Stings cause minor skin burn. Eastern Australia
Jellyfish pelagic Fish sheltering in tentacles
Stock Photo: 24M1211-07
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Jellyfish (soon to be described) with juvenile pelagic Fish sheltering around tentacles. Southern Australia
Jimble Box Jellyfish Carybdea rastoni
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Jimble Box Jellyfish or Southern Sea Wasp (Carybdea rastoni). Southern Australia
Portuguese Man-of-war Jellyfish
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Portuguese Man of War (Physalia physalis). Also known as the Blue Bottle, Blue Bubble, Man o'War and Portuguese Man-of-War. Venomous - capable of producing a very painful, powerful sting. Eastern Australia
Box Jellyfish feeding mode
Stock Photo: 24M1211-12
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Extremely venomous Box Jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) in feeding mode. Also known as Sea Wasp. Northern Australia
Box Jellyfish Chironex fleckeri
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Extremely venomous Box Jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) in hunting mode. Also known as Sea Wasp. Northern Australia
Box Jellyfish tentacles
Stock Photo: 24M1211-14
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Close detail of extremely venomous Box Jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) tentacles. Also known as Sea Wasp. Northern Australia
Box Jellyfish Chironex fleckeri
Stock Photo: 24M1211-16
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Extremely venomous Box Jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri). Also known as Sea Wasp. Northern Australia
Jellyfish Phyllorhiza peronlesueuri stromatolites
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Jellyfish (Phyllorhiza peronlesueuri) amongst stromatolites (unique humps of single celled Blue-green Algae). Hamelin Pool, Western Australia.
Blubber Jellyfish with Shrimp
Stock Photo: 24M1211-18
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Blubber Jellyfish (Catostylus mosaicus) with captured Shrimp in stinging tentacles. Also known as Jelly Blubber. Queensland, Australia
Moon Jellyfish Aurelia aurita
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Moon Jellyfish (Aurelia aurita). Southern Australia
Blubber Jellyfish Catostylus mosaicus
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Blubber Jellyfish (Catostylus mosaicus) with captured Shrimp in stinging tentacles. Also known as Jelly Blubber. Queensland, Australia
Comb Jellyfish Leucothea sp.
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Comb Jellyfish (Leucothea sp.). Southern Australia
Fish with Jellyfish Chrysaora southcotti
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Juvenile Fish with Jellyfish (Chrysaora southcotti). Southern Australia
Box Jellyfish in hunting mode
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Extremely venomous Box Jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) in hunting mode. Also known as Sea Wasp. Northern Australia
Jimble Box Jellyfish Carybdea rastoni
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Jimble Box Jellyfish (Carybdea rastoni). Also known as Sea Wasp. Southern Australia
Box Jellyfish Chironex fleckeri
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Extremely venomous Box Jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri). Also known as Sea Wasp. Northern Australia
Box Jellyfish Chironex fleckeri
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Extremely venomous Box Jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri). Also known as Sea Wasp. Northern Australia
Box Jellyfish Sea Wasp
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Extremely venomous Box Jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri). Also known as Sea Wasp. Northern Australia
Box Jellyfish Chironex fleckeri
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Extremely venomous Box Jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri). Also known as Sea Wasp. Northern Australia
Upside-down Jellyfish Cassiopea sp.
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Upside-down Jellyfish (Cassiopea sp.). North Queensland Australia
Jellyfish Pseudorhiza haeckeli
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Jellyfish (Pseudorhiza haeckeli). Southern Australia
By-the-wind Sailor Velella velella
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By-the-wind Sailor (Velella velella). Coffs Harbour, New South Wales Australia
Venus's Girdle Comb Jelly Cestum veneris
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Venus Girdle Comb Jelly (Cestum veneris). Also known as Cestid Comb Jelly. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken off Tasmania, Australia
Upside-down Jellyfish Cassiopea sp.
Stock Photo: 24M1211-36
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Upside-down Jellyfish (Cassiopeia andromeda). 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. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Moon Jellyfish and Warhou
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Warehou (Seriolella brama) - juvenile sheltering amongst the tentacles of Moon Jellyfish (Aurelia aurita). Tasmania, Australia
Warehou and Moon Jellyfish
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Warehou (Seriolella brama) - juvenile sheltering amongst the tentacles of Moon Jellyfish (Aurelia aurita). Tasmania, Australia
Box Jellyfish safety swimming net
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Box Jellyfish safety swimming net. Swimmers swim in safety within the net enclosure, free of Box Jellyfish which are unable to penetrate the net. Port Douglas, North Queensland, Australia
Jellyfish warning sign Port Douglas
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First Aid and dangerous Jellyfish warning sign erected on tropical beach. Port Douglas, North Queensland, Australia
Dangerous Jellyfish Port Douglas
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Dangerous Jellyfish warning sign erected on tropical beach. Port Douglas, North Queensland, Australia
Man-of-war Jellyfish Physalia physalis
Stock Photo: 24M1211-45
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Portuguese Man-of-War (Physalia physalis). Also known as the Blue Bottle, Blue Bubble, Man o'War and Portuguese Man-of-War. Venomous - capable of producing a very painful, powerful sting. Eastern Australia
Portuguese Man-of-war Jellyfish
Stock Photo: 24M1211-46
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Portuguese Man-of-War (Physalia physalis). Also known as the Blue Bottle, Blue Bubble, Man o'War and Portuguese Man-of-War. Venomous - capable of producing a very painful, powerful sting. Eastern Australia
Jellyfish Chrysaora sp. & fish sheltering
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Jellyfish (Chrysaora sp.) and juvenile Fish (possibly: Seriolella brama), sheltering near the jellyfish for protection from open water predators. Photo taken at Solitary Islands, Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Jellyfish Chrysaora sp. & fish sheltering
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Jellyfish (Chrysaora sp.) and juvenile Fish (possibly: Seriolella brama), sheltering near the jellyfish for protection from open water predators. Photo taken at Solitary Islands, Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Jimble Box Jellyfish Carybdea rastoni
Stock Photo: 24M1211-49
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Jimble Box Jellyfish (Carybdea rastoni). Also known as Sea Wasp. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken off Tasmania, Australia
Upside Down Jellyfish Cassiopea sp.
Stock Photo: 24M1211-50D
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Upside Down Jellyfish (Cassiopea sp.). 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. Anilao, Philippines. Coral Triangle.
Jellyfish Port Phillip Bay
Stock Photo: 24M1211-51D
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Jellyfish (Chrysaora sp.). Found in Port Phillip Bay, Vic, to Gulf St Vincent, SA. Photo was taken in Port Phillip Bay, Vic, Australia.
Irukandji Jellyfish Alatina mordens
Stock Photo: 24M1211-52D
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Irukandji Jellyfish (possibly: Alatina mordens). This is a dangerous jellyfish, with a bell length around 10cm long. It has been sighted on the outer Great Barrier Reef, Australia, and Papua New Guinea. Milne bay, Papua New Guinea. Coral Trangle.
Irukandji Jellyfish Alatina mordens
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Irukandji Jellyfish (possibly: Alatina mordens). This is a dangerous jellyfish, with a bell length around 10cm long. It has been sighted on the outer Great Barrier Reef, Australia, and Papua New Guinea. Milne bay, Papua New Guinea. Coral Trangle.
Jellyfish Pelagia noctiluca
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Jellyfish (possibly: Pelagia noctiluca). This jellyfish is found on the Great Barrier Reef and Queensland coast, also Papua New Guinea. Photo was taken at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea. Within the Coral Triangle.
Upside Down Jellyfish Cassiopea andromeda
Stock Photo: 24M1211-55D
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Upside-down Jellyfish (Cassiopeia andromeda). 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. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Man diving in ocean with Jellyfish
Stock Photo: 24M0833-25D
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Man diving through the surface of the ocean with Comb Jellyfish (Leucothea sp.) present in the water. Solitary Islands, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Man diving into ocean
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Man diving through the surface of the ocean with Comb Jellyfish (Leucothea sp.) present in the water. Solitary Islands, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Crown Jellyfish Netrostoma setouchina
Stock Photo: 35M1211-02
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Crown Jellyfish (Netrostoma setouchina). Indo-Pacific
Green Sea Turtle feeding on Jellyfish
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Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) feeding on Jellyfish (Thysanostoma thysanura). Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia. Found in tropical and warm temperate seas worldwide. Listed on the IUCN Red list as Endangered species.
Upside Down Jellyfish Cassiopea xamachana
Stock Photo: 45M1211-01
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Upside-down Jellyfish (Cassiopea xamachana) - close detail of stinging tentacles. Singer Island, Florida, USA.
Upside Down Jellyfish
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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 can absorb sunlight. Belize, Central America
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