Check out this awesome video of divers ascending to the surface from 100 ft. Pacific stinging nettle Chrysaora fuscescens everywhere! Thanks Julie Himes for sharing this!
Month: August 2013
As of 2:00 PM EST the mauve stinger jelly Pelagia noctiluca is washing ashore by the thousands on Ferriters Cove, Ireland, according to the Facebook group The Big Jellyfish Hunt. In 2007, an unusually large bloom of this jelly coast nearly $2 million… Read More ›
Along with this awesome sea lion photobomb pic, a jellywatch.org user reports over 100 sea nettles in Monterey, California on Friday, saying: Sea nettles are back in the Monterey marina in large numbers. Usually there are all sizes from tiny to… Read More ›
The Monterey Bay Aquarium reports on their Facebook page that they’ve found a huge purple striped jelly (Chrysaora colorata), saying: Wow! Look what jellies aquarists Wyatt Patry and Laura Tocki-Toggenburger came across this week: the largest purple stripe jelly they’d ever seen intact–about… Read More ›