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Posted on Jun 29, 2016

NorthJersey.com

N.J. scientists track invasive jellyfish
NorthJersey.com
Scientists from Montclair State University are searching inlets at the Jersey Shore this week to better understand the invasion of a Pacific Ocean jellyfish species that packs a particularly painful sting and which was seen for the first time ever in ...
DEP, Montclair State University to study of prevalence clinging jellyfishShore News Today

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Posted on Jun 29, 2016

WABC-TV

DEP, Montclair State team up to locate, study clinging jellyfish
WABC-TV
The Department of Environmental Protection has authorized a study in partnership with Montclair State University to determine the distribution and prevalence of clinging jellyfish, a dime-to-quarter sized and invasive jellyfish that packs a powerful ...

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Posted on Jun 28, 2016

EurekAlert (press release)

Baby fish lose poisonous protectors in acidified oceans
EurekAlert (press release)
A common close partnership which sees baby fish sheltering from predators among the poisonous tentacles of jellyfish will be harmed under predicted ocean acidification, a new University of Adelaide study has found. Published today in the journal ...

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Posted on Jun 22, 2016

Live Science

Stinging Jellyfish Come to Jersey, But Beaches Still Safe
Live Science
Scientists studied the Cape Cod clinging jellyfish in the early 1900s, before the creatures dwindled and appeared to vanish in the 1930s following an eelgrass die-off, Govindarajan told Live Science. Prior to that, Govindarajan said, the researchers ...
More dangerous clinging jellyfish found along the Jersey Shore in Monmouth BeachKTRK-TV

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Posted on Jun 19, 2016

El Paso Inc.

Sting operation: Jellyfish targeted before they can multiply
El Paso Inc.
That led to the development by the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology of a jellyfish-shredding robot. It looks like a self-propelled fan that seeks out large swarms of jellyfish and uses rotating blades to shred them into strands of goo ...

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Posted on Jun 17, 2016

New York Times

An Unwelcome Tourist Arrives in New Jersey: Clinging Jellyfish
New York Times
When Paul A. X. Bologna heard that a local fisherman had brought a dime-size jellyfish to a New Jersey aquarium, he had a hunch that it might be a Gonionemus vertens, or clinging jellyfish. So Dr. Bologna, a biologist and ecologist at Montclair State ...
Scientists search N.J. Shore for wickedly dangerous clinging jellyfishNJ.com
Jellyfish victim: “I thought I was going to die."Asbury Park Press
Unusual jellyfish found at Jersey Shore sends swimmer to the hospitalNew York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV

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Posted on Jun 16, 2016

6abc.com

Clinging jellyfish multiplying in New Jersey rivers
6abc.com
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection says the jellyfish have only been found in interior rivers, where they thrive. ... The jellyfish carry a very painful and sometimes dangerous sting that in extreme cases can lead to kidney failure ...
Clinging jellyfish multiplying in rivers, back bays along Jersey ShoreWABC-TV
N.J. Studying Impact Of 'Clinging' Jellyfish With Dangerous StingPatch.com

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Posted on Jun 9, 2016

The Science Explorer

Living Fish Photographed Inside the Belly of a Jellyfish
The Science Explorer
Experts have not been able to pin down its exact species, but Ian Tibbetts, a fish biologist at the Centre for Marine Science at the University of Queensland, told Australian Geographic it might be a trevally. Trevally are known to hide under the bells ...
Viral photo: Cute fish peers from inside jellyfish that ate itSan Jose Mercury News
Aussie photographer discovers fish trapped inside jellyfish “Photo”Canada News

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Posted on Jun 7, 2016

Tech Times

This fish trapped inside a jellyfish is probably having a worse day than you
ScienceAlert
It's hard to identify the species of fish or jellyfish from these photos alone, but Ian Tibbetts, a fish biologist from the Centre of Marine Science at the University of Queensland, told Australian Geographic that the jellyfish appears to be a type of ...
One-In-A-Million Shot Shows Helpless Fish Trapped Inside JellyfishTech Times
Aussie snorkeler snaps photo of a fish inside a jellyfishChristian Science Monitor
Confused Fish Swims Inside Jellyfish In Amazing Rare PhotoScience World Report
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Posted on Jun 7, 2016

Christian Science Monitor

Florida reels in annual infestation of sea lice (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
The thimble jelly – or Linuche – is normally found throughout the Caribbean and even into the Gulf of Mexico, Steven Haddock of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute tells The Christian Science Monitor in an email. He said their common name ...
Sea Lice Are Baby Jellies So Take Care On The Beach This SummerScience World Report

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