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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurelia_aurita

Aurelia aurita is a widely studied species of the genus Aurelia. All species in the genus are ... Furthermore, bell contract rate, which indicates moon jellyfish feeding activity, remains constant although DO concentrations are lower than normal.

www.montereybayaquarium.org/animal-guide/invertebrates/moon-jelly

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 ...

aqua.org/explore/animals/jellyfish-moon-jelly

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 ...

oceana.org/marine-life/corals-and-other-invertebrates/moon-jelly

The name 'moon jelly' can refer to any of several jellies in the genus Aurelia that are round with a shallow bell and relatively short tentacles. In this case, we ...

marinebio.org/species.asp?id=231

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 ...

eol.org/pages/203484/details

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

www.edc.uri.edu/restoration/html/gallery/invert/moon.htm

Moon Jelly (Aurelia aurita). Color: Translucent white with darker tentacles and four yellowish pink gonads. Size: Up to 12 inches in diameter. Habitat: Open water ...

www.bioexpedition.com/moon-jellyfish

May 14, 2012 ... Facts and Information about Moon Jellyfish. Moon Jellyfish Description, Behavior, Feeding, Reproduction, Moon Jellyfish threats and more.

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Home Moon Jellyfish Page 1 of 1. +Collections. All Products · Desktop Tank Kits · Jellyfish Accessories · Jellyfish Food · Jellyfish Maintenance · Jellyfish ...

animals.mom.me/habitat-moon-jellyfish-4597.html

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 ...