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Huge spaceship Bolinopsis infundibuliformis, Ctenophora (20cm)

Huge spaceship Bolinopsis infundibuliformis, Ctenophora Planktonology by Alexander Semenov, via Behance

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This Jellyfish looks like an x-ray of a human lung system!

List of Things That Really Glow in the Dark

Bioluminescent Comb Jelly A transparent body helps this tiny comb jelly (Bathocyroe fosteri) blend into the water. Credit: Marsh Youngbluth/MAR-ECO, Census of Marine Life

Comb Jelly (Phylum: Ctenophora) photographed by Albert Kang in the Philipines

Comb Jelly (Phylum: Ctenophora) photographed by Albert Kang in the Philipines

Electrically glowing Jellyfish | Scott Kuehn. Mnemiopsis. Oh hot damn, this my jam.

Mnemiopsis: have a lobed body that is oval-shaped and transparent, with four rows of ciliated combs that run along the body vertically and glow blue-green when disturbed.

Mertensia ovum. Mertensia ovum aka the Arctic comb jelly or Sea Nut, is a cydippid comb jelly or ctenophore first described as Beroe ovum by Johan Christian Fabricius in 1780.

Mertensia ovum aka the Arctic comb jelly or Sea Nut, is a cydippid comb jelly or ctenophore first described as Beroe ovum by Johan Christian Fabricius in

Cannonball Jellyfish

A delicately colored Cannonball Jellyfish. Such jellyfish were found in great abundance in the low-visibility waters off Trujillo, Honduras.

Ctenophora

Most Bizarre Deep-Sea Creatures Ctenophore (Ctenophora) Photo by Larry Madin, ©Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Phylum Ctenophora

Sea Gooseberry, Cydippid comb jelly Pleurobrachia bachei David would say, "I like this siphonophore!

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