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03:59, 5 February 2010 Cotylo Tub LaCiotat4.jpg (file) 96 KB Jshay   1
03:51, 5 February 2010 Cotylo Tub LaCiotat2.jpg (file) 115 KB Jshay Cotylorhiza tuberculata (Macri 1778) * La Ciotat (near Marseilles, France) 1
03:49, 5 February 2010 Cotylo Tub LaCiotat3.jpg (file) 91 KB Jshay ''Cotylorhiza tuberculata'' (Macri 1778) * La Ciotat (near Marseilles, France) 1
03:49, 5 February 2010 Cotylo Tub LaCiotat1.jpg (file) 104 KB Jshay ''Cotylorhiza tuberculata'' (Macri 1778) * La Ciotat (near Marseilles, France) Courtesy Dr. Horia Galea Species identification: Horia Galea 1
03:42, 5 February 2010 Cramastigophora0014.jpg (file) 114 KB Jshay Crambione mastigophora Maas 1903 * Chuuk 1
03:40, 5 February 2010 JotQ AJ03 SW1.jpg (file) 32 KB Jshay Crambionella orsini (Vanhöffen 1888) 1
03:33, 5 February 2010 Crambione mastigophora 3a.jpg (file) 82 KB Jshay Crambione mastigophora Maas 1903 * Kwajalein, Marshall Islands 1
03:32, 5 February 2010 Crambione mastigophora 1.jpg (file) 86 KB Jshay Crambione mastigophora Maas 1903 1
01:03, 5 February 2010 Fig2js.jpg (file) 62 KB Jshay Juvenile medusae 1
01:02, 5 February 2010 Fig2is.jpg (file) 64 KB Jshay Newly released ephyra 1
01:01, 5 February 2010 Fig2hs.jpg (file) 49 KB Jshay Strobila ready to release ephyrae 1
01:00, 5 February 2010 Fig2gs.JPG (file) 32 KB Jshay Scyphistomae beginning to strobilate (neck elongation and segmentation phase) 1
00:59, 5 February 2010 Fig2fs.jpg (file) 80 KB Jshay Cluster of mature scyphistomae 1
00:58, 5 February 2010 Fig2es.jpg (file) 62 KB Jshay 16 tentacles stage 1
00:56, 5 February 2010 Fig2ds.jpg (file) 65 KB Jshay Early eight tentacles stage: scyphistomae with four well developed primary tentacles and additional four rudimentary secondary tentacles developing 1
00:55, 5 February 2010 Fig2cs.jpg (file) 52 KB Jshay Four primary tentacles further developed 1
00:47, 5 February 2010 Fig2bs.jpg (file) 47 KB Jshay Scyphistoma with developing mouth and four rudimentary primary tentacles (2 days post settlement) 1
00:43, 5 February 2010 Fig2as.jpg (file) 42 KB Jshay Swimming planulae 1
00:43, 5 February 2010 Fig2ks.jpg (file) 51 KB Jshay Mature medusa 1
00:14, 5 February 2010 Worldmap.jpg (file) 360 KB Jshay   1
23:19, 4 February 2010 SampleTissues.jpg (file) 53 KB Jshay Sample tissues. 1
23:06, 4 February 2010 Strobila.jpg (file) 28 KB Jshay The Strolbila is just a few centimeters long. 1
22:58, 4 February 2010 GLKMastigias.jpg (file) 17 KB Jshay This medusa is about 20cm long. 1
22:57, 4 February 2010 Aurelia sp4.jpg (file) 61 KB Jshay The diameter of the bell of this animal is approximately 25 cm. ''Prepared by M. Dawson and K. Raskoff.'' 2
22:48, 4 February 2010 Aurelia ephyra KAR.jpg (file) 63 KB Jshay This is the ephyra stage of Aurelia. The ephyra is just a few millimeters in diameter, free swimming, and preys on smaller plankton. 1
23:58, 1 February 2010 CnidToLWorkGroup.jpg (file) 164 KB Jshay The Cnidarian Tree of Life (CnidToL) Workshop on Scyphozoa Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia 28th June, 2007 1
23:13, 1 February 2010 CnidToL logo.jpg (file) 122 KB Jshay The Cnidarian Tree of Life project (CnidToL) 1
22:43, 1 February 2010 REVSYSfig1.jpg (file) 136 KB Jshay ''Scyphomedusae in the families Cyaneidae'' (LEFT - top: Cyanea sp.; bottom: Cyanea annaskala), Ulmaridae (CENTER - top: Aurelia sp.1; bottom: Tiburonia granrojo), and Pelagiidae (RIGHT - top: Chrysaora sp.; bottom: Pelagia sp.). These three families 1
19:07, 21 November 2009 NemopilemaNomurai 100scuba.jpg (file) 83 KB Jshay   1
19:06, 21 November 2009 Nemo Nomu Polyps Kawahara.jpg (file) 81 KB Jshay ''Nemopilema nomurai'' polyps fertilized, reared, and displayed in the lab (M. Kawahara) 1
19:05, 21 November 2009 NemopilemaNomuraiSetNet2005.jpg (file) 206 KB Jshay ''Nemopilema nomurai'' being pushed out of a set net by fishermen with bamboo poles, 2005 1
19:04, 21 November 2009 NemopilemaNomurai 30.jpg (file) 140 KB Jshay ''Nemopilema nomurai'' - 30 cm bell diameter 1
18:55, 21 November 2009 Jfishery3.jpg (file) 62 KB Jshay Fig. 3: Ecological roles of medusae and polyps. Adapted from Kingsford et al. 2000. 1
18:54, 21 November 2009 Jfishery2.jpg (file) 24 KB Jshay Fig. 2: Relative quantity of jellyfish caught by different countries during 2000. Source: United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization 2000. 1
18:53, 21 November 2009 Jfishery1.jpg (file) 17 KB Jshay Fig. 1: Annual world harvest of jellyfish. Source: United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization 2000. 1
18:53, 21 November 2009 Crambionella swarm.jpg (file) 38 KB Jshay   1
08:54, 21 November 2009 CatostylusSymbiosis.jpg (file) 18 KB Jshay Juvenile fish with ''Catostylus mosaicus''. 1
08:47, 21 November 2009 CuninaAmphi KAR.jpg (file) 32 KB Jshay ''Hyperia'' amphipod on the hydrozoan ''Cunina ''Hyperia'' are commonly seen slowly eating away at the tissue underneath the bell of ''Solmissus'' and other deep hydromedusae. Prepared by ''Kevin Raskoff, Mike Dawson''. 1
08:46, 21 November 2009 CyaneaGooseneck.JPG (file) 34 KB Jshay Gooseneck barnacle on ''Cyanea''. Huon Estuary, February 2003. Prepared by Mike Dawson. 1
08:30, 21 November 2009 MastigiasZooxanthellae.jpg (file) 64 KB Jshay The golden jellyfish, Mastigias papua (left), is given its colour by the photosynthetic pigments in symbiotic zooxanthellae (right). Prepared by Mike Dawson, Laura Martin. 1
08:11, 21 November 2009 AureliaLH.jpg (file) 40 KB Jshay Aurelia Life Cycle 1
07:42, 21 November 2009 AureliaBiogeogrFig.jpg (file) 191 KB Jshay   1
07:41, 21 November 2009 AureliaPhylogram.jpg (file) 48 KB Jshay   1
04:41, 16 November 2009 A1.jpg (file) 51 KB Jshay Maturing medusa 1
03:59, 16 November 2009 CraterolophusConvolulusSide.jpg (file) 41 KB Jshay ''Craterolophus convolvulus'' (Johnston 1835) * 1
02:28, 16 November 2009 Emedusivora1 copy.jpg (file) 7 KB Jshay   1
02:28, 16 November 2009 DVM.jpg (file) 10 KB Jshay Bar graph showing the vertical distribution of ''Mastigias''. The medusae are shallower during the day (light bars) and deeper during night (dark bars). 1
02:27, 16 November 2009 DHM.jpg (file) 25 KB Jshay Bubble plot showing changes in the density of ''Mastigias'' across the lake as each day progresses. Early in the morning (0700 hrs) ''Mastigias'' are found mostly in the western half of the lake, but they rapidly move to the east. During the afternoon, th 1
02:26, 16 November 2009 Mastigias1.jpg (file) 39 KB Jshay ''Mastigias'' medusae aggregate against the shadow-line cast by overhanging trees 1
02:26, 16 November 2009 MastigiasUW.jpg (file) 24 KB Jshay ''Mastigias'' medusae avoid shaded water 1

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