(AUSSIE HAND CAUGHT) Upside-Down Jellyfish (Cassiopeia andromeda) 4-7cm (UPDATED 22/06/18)

  • (AUSSIE HAND CAUGHT) Upside-Down Jellyfish (Cassiopeia andromeda) 4-7cm (UPDATED 22/06/18)

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Cassiopea andromeda (Upside-down jellyfish) is a type of jellyfish that usually lives in intertidal sand or mud flats, shallow lagoons, and around mangroves. This jellyfish, many times mistaken for a sea anemone, usually has its mouth upward on the bottom. Its bell, which is yellow-brown with streaks and spots that are white or pale, vibrates to make the water flow through its arms for respiration and the obtaining of food.

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