Chrysaora


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Chrysaora

(kris'ă-ōr'a),
A genus of the invertebrate phylum Cnidaria that includes the sea nettle.

Chrys·a·or·a

(kris-ā-ōr'ă)
A genus of the invertebrate phylum Cnidaria that includes the sea nettle.
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Genelde kiyisal bolgelerde yayilim gosteren Chrysaora hysoscella, tum dunya denizlerinde bulunur.
We thank the Director and staff of Friday Harbor Laboratories for their support, and the staff of the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher for the generous donation of Aurelia polyps and Chrysaora medusae.
Numerical increases and distributional shifts of Chrysaora quinquecirrha (Desor) and Aurelia aurita (Linne) (Cnidaria: Scyphozoa) in the northern Gulf of Mexico.
Although it is apparently native, the summer jellyfish, Chrysaora quinquecirrha, becomes periodically abundant in the Chesapeake Bay region, reaching pest proportions.
In summer periods, the medusae are very abundant, particularly in northern Chile (Iquique and Antofagasta), where the scyphomedusa Chrysaora plocamia have a high impact on fisheries and tourism activities (Mianzan et al.
Black jellyfish, also known as Chrysaora achlyos, have a dark burgundy belly and black tentacles that can grow up to 30 feet long.
Chrysaora fuscescens, and Eutonina indicans]) but did not attempt to quantify their abundances.
En esta epoca se noto una mayor presencia de medusas Chrysaora plocamia, Bougainvillia niobe y Blackfordia virginica, especies registradas como depredadoras de huevos y larvas de A.
True to its common name, the East Coast sea nettle, Chrysaora quinquecirrha, lives along the United States' eastern shore and plagues swimmers with painful welts.
Differential ingestion and digestion of bivalve larvae by the scyphozoan Chrysaora quinquecirrha and the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi.
Specimens collected and observed in the area of the stings were identified as the scyphomedusa Chrysaora lactea Eschscholtz, 1829 (Scyphozoa, Discomedusae, Pelagiidae) (Fig.