There was a clear seasonality in prey consumption, with jellyfish Chrysaora
plocamia consumption occurring mainly during the summer-autumn seasons and sea anemone Paranthus sp.
Bu metinde, Turkiye kiyi sularinda bulunan Aurelia aurita, Chrysaora
hysoscella, Pelagia noctiluca, Cotylorhiza tuberculata, Rhizostoma pulmo, Rhopilema nomadica, Cassiopea andromeda gibi turler ele alinarak, bu turlerin morfolojileri ve ekolojileri hakkinda kisa bilgiler verilmis ve ek olarak bu organizmalarin insanda gosterebilecegi lokal/sistemik toksik etkiler ve bu organizmalara maruziyet durumunda yapilacak acil mudahaleler hakkinda bilgiler gozden gecirilerek sunulmustur.
Effects of predation by the scyphomedusan Chrysaora
quinquecirrha on zooplankton populations in Chesapeake Bay, USA.
quinquecirrha (Desor, 1848) adults were obtained from a permanent culture at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.
A note on the diet and feeding of Chrysaora
hysoscella in Walvis Bay Lagoon, Namibia, during September 2003.
Weight Number of Common name Scientific name (kg) individuals Pacific ocean perch Sebastes alutus 16,603 27,276 Walleye pollock Theragra chalcogramma 3110 3988 Shortraker rockfish Sebastes borealis 2173 426 Arrowtooth flounder Atheresthes stomias 1738 1506 Shortspinethornyhead Sebastolobusalascanus 1020 5131 Dover sole Microstomus pacificus 789 963 Sablefish Anoplopoma fimbria 775 292 Dusky rockfish Sebastes uariabilis 426 262 Silvergray rockfish Sebastes brevispinis 381 167 Jellyfish Chrysaora
melanaster 320 187 Other 2836 8444 Mean fork length Length CV Common name (cm) (%) Pacific ocean perch 32.
Off the coast of Alaska, another group of researchers looked at populations of the jellyfish Chrysaora
melanaster in the Bering Sea.
More precisely, it is a Pacific sea nettle, Chrysaora
melanaster, floating in the undifferentiated murk of the Long Beach, California, aquarium, a place one goes to see such things.
Faunal Associates of an Undescribed Species of Chrysaora
(Cnidaria, Scyphozoa) in the Southern California Bight, with Notes on Unusual Occurences of Other warm Water Species in the Area.
Recent studies in Chesapeake Bay have shown that in one day a population of the scyphomedusa Chrysaora
quinquecirrha can reduce the copepod community by more than 90%.
carnivorous coelenterates such as anemones, or support the sessile stages of "jellyfish," such as Chrysaora
quinquecirrha and Cyanea capillata.
Known only by its species name, Chrysaora
achlyos (kris-AH-oh-rah ACK-lee-us), the creature sported 9-meter (30-foot)-long tentacles riddled with stinging cells called cnidocytes (NYE-doh-sites).