A note on the diet and feeding of Chrysaora
hysoscella in Walvis Bay Lagoon, Namibia, during September 2003.
Faunal Associates of an Undescribed Species of Chrysaora
(Cnidaria, Scyphozoa) in the Southern California Bight, with Notes on Unusual Occurences of Other warm Water Species in the Area.
carnivorous coelenterates such as anemones, or support the sessile stages of "jellyfish," such as Chrysaora
quinquecirrha and Cyanea capillata.
Known only by its species name, Chrysaora
achlyos (kris-AH-oh-rah ACK-lee-us), the creature sported 9-meter (30-foot)-long tentacles riddled with stinging cells called cnidocytes (NYE-doh-sites).
fuscescens, and Eutonina indicans]) but did not attempt to quantify their abundances.
True to its common name, the East Coast sea nettle, Chrysaora
quinquecirrha, lives along the United States' eastern shore and plagues swimmers with painful welts.