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Thalassocalyce, ctenophore

Silver Bell

The comb jelly, Thalassocalyce, is found in surface waters and midwater regions of the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, and sometimes in central California waters when warmer Pacific Ocean waters come inshore. Its bell-shaped body opens wide to capture prey.    (Photo by Laurence Madin, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)


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