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Physalia

(fī-sal'ē-ă),
A genus of the invertebrate phylum Cnidaria that includes the Portuguese man-of-war.

Physalia

[fisā′lēə]
a genus of marine invertebrates of the phylum Cnidaria. See Portuguese man-of-war.

Phy·sal·i·a

(fī-sā'lē-ă)
A genus of the invertebrate phylum Cnidaria that includes the Portuguese man-of-war.
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Council spokesman Len Mullins said: "The Portuguese Man o' War is definitely a rare visitor to these shores.
Until last week there had only been five sightings of the Portuguese Man o' War in Britain in five years.
It then focused excruciatingly around my left arm and chest where the Portuguese Man O' War had wrapped its long blue tentacles.
The Portuguese Man o' War, which usually lives in warm seas, was found at St Ives in Cornwall.