I will begin a sub-series of my Aquarium captures which will be the dance of the Pacific Sea Nettle (Chrysora fuscescens) which is a jellie. They have been misnamed Jellyfish but they are not fish they are invertebrates. The Pacific Sea Nettle has a golden brown bell with reddish tint white oral arm and 24 maroon tentacles. They are between 500 and 700 million years old. They reproduce either sexually while in this phase or asexually when in the polyp phase.
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