Jellies as Living Art part 2

In the last edition of jellies as living art the jellies were mostly in far out blooms. This week we’re getting up close and personal to see just how beautiful they really are.

Crown jelly close up (Cephea sp.) http://www.subaquaphotos.com/html/en/portfolio/li/20090907-3163

Crown jelly close up (Cephea sp.)

Sea nettle up close (Chrysaora sp) http://www.pbase.com/image/79639992

Sea nettle up close (Chrysaora sp.)

Crown jelly up close (Cephea sp) http://www.redbubble.com/people/henryjager/works/7937218-crown-jellyfish-close-up?ref=work_main_nav

Crown jelly up close (Cephea sp.)

Tentacles of the Lion's mane jelly http://www.flickr.com/photos/a_semenov/9034380578/

Tentacles of the Lion’s mane jelly



Categories: Anatomy, Art, Comb jellies, Mauve stinger jelly (Pelagia noctiluca), Moon jellies (Aurelia spp.), Pacific stinging nettle (Chrysaora fuscescens)

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