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Lucernariopsis
Lucernariopsis
Description This stalked jellyfish has a translucent, maroon, broad funnel-shaped bell about 2.5 cm in diameter and 1.3 cm in height. It shows presence of short stock (0.3 cm) with a brad basal disc (0.5 cm) for attachment to substrate. Eight arms (marginal lobes) arranged in a circle and are well-developed, with 25-30 tentacles. Each of the tentacles has a rounded head and a short peduncle/stalk. Author Vishal J. Bhave ·  JPG file - 299.28 kB - 1 023 x 744 pixels added on 2009-05-022 297 viewsERMS taxa Lucernariopsis Uchida, 1929 accepted as Calvadosia James-Clark, 1863 © 2009 Vishal J. Bhave
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