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Our new Lagoon Jellies

I took some video of our new Lagoon Jellies last night. They are so graceful. They are about the size of a quarter and found in saltwater lakes and bays in the Indio Pacific. They can feed by ingesting plankton … Continue reading

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Black Jellies

The mysterious Black Jellies are back in the news. These large maroon colored jellies are turning up every Summer on Southern California beaches in recent years. Before 1989 they were rarely seen and were not scientifically described until 1997! This … Continue reading

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Jellies: The life cycles and patterns of these ocean invertebrates fascinate me. Here are a few photographs of some of the jellies we have at the Birch Aquarium.I have played with light and color in order to appreciate the amazing variety of designs.

Young Purple Striped Jellies Sea Nettles Bell Jellies Continue reading

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