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Aurelia aurita

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Aurelia aurita is a widely studied species of the genus Aurelia. All species in the genus are ... The relation between summer hypoxia and moon jellyfish distribution is prominent during the summer m...

Moon jelly, Open Waters, Invertebrates, Aurelia labiata at the ...

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Instead of long, trailing tentacles, moon jellies have a short, fine fringe (cilia) that sweeps food toward the mucous layer on the edges of the bells. Prey is stored ...

Moon Jelly - Aurelia aurita - Details - Encyclopedia of Life

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Descriptions and articles about the Moon Jelly, scientifically known as Aurelia aurita in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Brief Summary; Compreh...

Moon jelly - New England Aquarium

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Sea jellies, sometimes called jellyfish, are boneless, brainless and heartless, and are made almost entirely of water. They are also survivors, and have

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Jellyfish Tanks and Moon Jellyfish for sale at Jellyfish Art-- including the Desktop Jellyfish ... Buy jellyfish, tanks, accessories and see reviews at jellyfishart.com.

Moon Jellyfish - Animal Facts and Information

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Facts and Information about Moon Jellyfish. Moon Jellyfish Description, Behavior, Feeding, Reproduction, Moon Jellyfish threats and more.

Aurelia aurita, Moon Jelly - The Cephalopod Page

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Aurelia aurita, Moon Jelly for Marine Invertebrates of Bermuda.

Habitat of the Moon Jellyfish | Animals - mom.me

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If you've ever seen a jellyfish washed up on the beach, chances are it was a moon jellyfish. Also called the common jellyfish or the saucer jellyfish, this sea ...

FAQ - Moon Jellyfish | PB 'n' Jellies

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Some jellyfish are a little more advanced than others and actually have eyes like box jellies. Some jellyfish are a lot simpler than others like the moon jellyfish!

Moon Jelly | Oceana

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Though the Moon Jelly lives throughout the epipelagic zone, it is most commonly found near the coast and in upwelling areas, where its prey occurs in higher ...

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Moon Jellyfishes, Aurelia aurita ~ MarineBio.org

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Moon jellyfishes, Aurelia aurita (Linnaeus, 1758), aka saucer jellies, moon jellies and common sea jellies, range between 5-40 cm in diameter. They can be ...

National Aquarium | Moon Jelly

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The moon jelly has translucent white, saucer-shaped bell, with a blue-gray transparent disk at its center through which the horseshoe-shaped gonads are visible ...

Moon jelly (Aurelia aurita) - Mystic Aquarium

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Size: A moon jelly can range in size from 2 to 15 inches in diameter. Range/ Distribution: Moon jellies are found in coastal regions worldwide. Appearance: An ...