Re: Jelly ID help

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Posted by Max Bottomtime on July 08, 2005 at 16:25:54:

In Reply to: Jelly ID help posted by Elaine on July 08, 2005 at 13:09:31:

Elaine, I agree with John Moore that it is Chrysaora achlyos. Purple striped jellies(Chrysaora colorata) are common in SoCal. The Black Sea Nettle(Chrysaora achlyos) can vary from dark to pink. Check out the link here. Their image looks a lot like yours.

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