Hydromedusae, Siphonophora, Cnidarians, Ctenophores

Posted on June 1, 2011  Comments (5)

Jellyfish is a common name for gelatinous water dwelling animals. The diversity of these invertebrates is amazing. And what actually counts as a jellyfish is not easy to determine. Watch this great video to learn about Cnidarians, Urochordata, Polychaetes and Ctenophores.

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5 Responses to “Hydromedusae, Siphonophora, Cnidarians, Ctenophores”

  1. Anonymous
    June 6th, 2011 @ 5:58 am

    my 4-year old loves jellyfish, so thanks for an interesting post (passed a few minutes of daddy-time!)

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