12th July 2012
Cyanea capillata (order Semeaeostomeae, class Scyphozoa)
Scyphozoa is a class of cnidarians that is often known as the “true jellyfish,” including most of the larger jellyfishes, or “cup animals.”
(Photo)

Cyanea capillata (order Semeaeostomeae, class Scyphozoa)

Scyphozoa is a class of cnidarians that is often known as the “true jellyfish,” including most of the larger jellyfishes, or “cup animals.”

(Photo)

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