Discovery : White Spotted Jelly (Phyllorhiza Punctata)

Discovery (Post#36) : White Spotted Jelly (Phyllorhiza Punctata)

This jelly is said to be invasive as it disrupts ecosystems along the east and west coast of the US by eating the zooplankton that native jellies rely on. I enjoyed watching these jellies as it looks like they are in their natural habitat. These photos are part of Georgia Aquarium Visit Photo Collection November 2015.




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