Jellyfish | Medusozoa
(by Jovis Thean)

Jellyfish | Medusozoa

(by Jovis Thean)



Jellyfish | Medusozoa
(by attitude&reea)

Jellyfish | Medusozoa

(by attitude&reea)



(by RattyBoots)

(by RattyBoots)



(by luc1102)

(by luc1102)



Mediterranean Jellyfish | Cotylorhiza tuberculata
(by Bloody Nick)

Mediterranean Jellyfish | Cotylorhiza tuberculata

(by Bloody Nick)



Moon Jellyfish | Aurelia aurita
(by Michael G Devereux)

Moon Jellyfish | Aurelia aurita

(by Michael G Devereux)



Moon Jellyfish | Aurelia aurita
(by Ivan Tonov)

Moon Jellyfish | Aurelia aurita

(by Ivan Tonov)



Blue Button Jellyfish | Porpita porpita

"Blue button jellyfish are hermaphrodites (i.e. both male and female). They release both eggs and sperm into the water. When the eggs have been fertilised by the sperm, they develop into larvae that subsequently metamorphose into individual polyps. A Blue Button colony forms when one polyp divides to form new types of polyps which become specialised for different functions."   -

(Photo by James Alexander Park)

Blue Button Jellyfish | Porpita porpita

"Blue button jellyfish are hermaphrodites (i.e. both male and female). They release both eggs and sperm into the water. When the eggs have been fertilised by the sperm, they develop into larvae that subsequently metamorphose into individual polyps. A Blue Button colony forms when one polyp divides to form new types of polyps which become specialised for different functions."   -

(Photo by James Alexander Park)



Moon Jellyfish | Aurelia aurita
(by BlindInOneEye)

Moon Jellyfish | Aurelia aurita

(by BlindInOneEye)



Jellyfish | Medusozoa
(by Jeremy Hughes)

Jellyfish | Medusozoa

(by Jeremy Hughes)



Mosaic Jellyfish | Thysanostoma thysanura
(by melissa.fiene)

Mosaic Jellyfish | Thysanostoma thysanura

(by melissa.fiene)



Jellyfish | Medusozoa
(by Atse B)

Jellyfish | Medusozoa

(by Atse B)



Jellyfish | Medusozoa
(by Jordan McRae)

Jellyfish | Medusozoa

(by Jordan McRae)



Fried Egg Jellyfish | Cothyloriza tuberculata

"The bell in this species looks like a fried egg with a broken yolk — hence, its common name. While drifting, this jelly pulsates the bell slowly and spends some time motionless. Small juvenile jacks can often be seen swimming among the tentacles. The fried egg jellyfish may also have juvenile crabs and amphipods living on top of and underneath the bell."  -

(by Entoñete)

Fried Egg Jellyfish | Cothyloriza tuberculata

"The bell in this species looks like a fried egg with a broken yolk — hence, its common name. While drifting, this jelly pulsates the bell slowly and spends some time motionless. Small juvenile jacks can often be seen swimming among the tentacles. The fried egg jellyfish may also have juvenile crabs and amphipods living on top of and underneath the bell."  -

(by Entoñete)



Moon Jellyfish | Aurelia aurita
(by Michael G Devereux)

Moon Jellyfish | Aurelia aurita

(by Michael G Devereux)