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Jellyfish Stings (cont.)

Pictures of Jellyfish

Media file 1: Pictures of Unidentified Jellyfish with no nematocysts or tentacles. Location Bonaire, Netherland Antilles. Photos courtesy of Thomas Cousino
Picture of Unidentified Jellyfish with no nematocysts or tentacles

Picture of Unidentified Jellyfish with no nematocysts or tentacles

Picture of Unidentified Jellyfish with no nematocysts or tentacles

Media file 2:  Pictures of Jellyfish Palau. Location: Jellyfish Lake, Palau. Photos courtesy of Fredericka Hughes

Pictures of Jellyfish Lake, Palau

Pictures of Jellyfish Lake, Palau

Pictures of Jellyfish Lake, Palau

Pictures of Jellyfish Lake, Palau

Media file 3: Picture of Poisonous Portugese Man-O-War (approximately 1 inch across). (Courtesy of NOAA Photo Library)

Picture of Poisonous Portugese Man-O-War


Media file 4: Picture of Zooplankton Jellyfish (courtesy of the NOAA Photo Library)

Picture of Zooplankton Jellyfish

Media file 5: Picture of Box Jellyfish. Location Bonaire, Netherland Antilles

Picture of Box Jellyfish

Media file 6: Picture of the Poisonous Bonaire Banded Box Jellyfish. Location: Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles. Photo courtesy of Brian Lowe

Picture of the Poisonous Bonaire Banded Box Jellyfish

Media file 8: Picture of a Physonect (siphonophore). Location: Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles. Photo courtesy of Brian Lowe.

Picture of a Physonect (siphonophore)


Media file 9: Picture of a Typical jellyfish "sting."
Picture of a Typical jellyfish sting

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