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Comb Jellyfish Leucothea sp. photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1211-21
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Comb Jellyfish (Leucothea sp.). Southern Australia
Venus's Girdle Comb Jelly Cestum veneris photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1211-35
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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
Diver and Jellyfish photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1211-56D
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Diver observing a Comb Jelly (Leucothea sp.). Found in southern Australia in Vic to central NSW and around Tas. Photo was taken at Bicheno, Tasmania, Australia.
Comb Jelly in feeding mode photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-03
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Ctenophore or Comb Jelly (Lobata sp.), in feeding mode with wing-like tenctacles expanded. Also known as Sea Gooseberries, Comb Jellies are in fact not related to Jellyfish. Photo taken in Hawaii, USA
Winged Comb Jelly Leucothea multicornis photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-04
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Ctenophore or Winged Comb Jelly (Leucothea multicornis). Also known as Sea Gooseberries, Comb Jellies are in fact not related to Jellyfish. Photo taken in Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA
Ctenophore or Comb Jelly photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-05
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Unidentified Ctenophore or Comb Jelly. Also known as Sea Gooseberries, Comb Jellies are in fact not related to Jellyfish. Photo taken in Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA
Comb Jelly GENUS: Hormiphora photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-06
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Ctenophore or Comb Jelly (Genus: Hormiphora). Also known as Sea Gooseberries, Comb Jellies are in fact not related to Jellyfish. Photo taken in Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA
Comb Jelly photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-07
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Ctenophore or Comb Jelly (Genus: Hormiphora). Also known as Sea Gooseberries, Comb Jellies are in fact not related to Jellyfish. Photo taken in Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA
Comb Jelly GENUS: Hormiphora photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-08
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Ctenophore or Comb Jelly (Genus: Hormiphora). Also known as Sea Gooseberries, Comb Jellies are in fact not related to Jellyfish. Photo taken in Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA
Comb Jelly photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-09
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Ctenophore or Comb Jelly (Genus: Hormiphora). Also known as Sea Gooseberries, Comb Jellies are in fact not related to Jellyfish. Photo taken in Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA
Lobate Comb Jelly Ocyropsis maculata photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-10
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Lobate Comb Jelly (Ocyropsis maculata). Also known as Sea Gooseberries, Comb Jellies are in fact not related to Jellyfish. Photo taken in Indonesia. Within the Coral Triangle.
Winged Comb Jelly and larval fish photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-11
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Winged Comb Jelly (Leucothea multicornis) and larval fish. The fish is sheltering with the Comb Jelly for protection from open water predators. Photo taken in Indonesia. Within the Coral Triangle.
Venus Girdle Comb Jelly Cestum veneris photo
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-49
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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 Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA
Man diving in ocean with Jellyfish photo
Stock Photo ID: 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 photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M0833-26D
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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
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