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Update on my current jellyfish painting. Acrylic on canvas 16”x20” (still in progress)

It’s going to be in my upcoming debut gallery exhibition

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2024/04/04
03:12 UTC

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What's the scientific name for Chandelier Jellyfish?

I've been trying to learn more about them, but all I can find is the Monterey Bay Aquarium Website :(( Searching up Eumedusa sp. doesn't give me anything either so idk what to do </33

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2024/04/01
20:14 UTC

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Got stung by a jelly 8 months ago and it left this giant brown blob. Please can someone help me with info on how to get rid of it?

I was stung in the south of France near Nice 8 months ago. What kind of jelly might’ve stung me? All I remember is that it was fat.

Anyways; this keeps me up at night. I am so bothered by it and it’s in the middle of my though and I’m so self conscious about wearing shorts and dresses and summer is coming up!

Dermatologist recommended some lasers but they’re pretty pricey. I’m putting on scar gel and vitamin C serum. Anyone with a similar experience can help me out? Will this leave a permanent scar or is it just hyperpigmentation that will go away with time and patience?

Thanks yall. I’m very distressed.

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2024/04/01
03:28 UTC

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making jellyfish scars stay?

ik this is a weird ask, but i got stung by a jellyfish in my homeland and i lowkey want it to stay 😭 any tips? i got stung 9 months ago and it’s there but barely

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2024/03/30
07:41 UTC

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Jellyfish repellent in Australia?

Does anyone know of a jellyfish repellent product sold in Australia? I’ve found the Safe Seas product online but seems to be only available in the US. They do ship to Australia but I’m needing it now and I’m amazed we don’t have similar products here given our jellyfish population! My daughter got stung by a suspected bluebottle this morning (thankfully not a terrible one but she’s only 6) despite it being out of season. All the locals were really surprised that they are here (near Byron Bay) this time of year. But I have now seen them on the shore. Other than a stinger suit any other protective creams or things we can use? We’ll avoid when I can see them on shore and we’re doing things like checking wind direction (though no one here seems to agree on which wind direction brings them in!), avoiding low tide etc but we are camping at the beach for two weeks so want to make sure we can do everything we can to avoid stings without avoiding the beach! The ideal be a repellent like Safe Seas.

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2024/03/30
03:14 UTC

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I specialize in painting sea life. Here’s a current work in progress. Acrylic on canvas 16”x20

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2024/03/28
16:55 UTC

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Got my hands on the Holy Grail!

Sorry if it's not fitting for this reddit but after a month my library finally got this in for me on interlibrary loan! I'm excited to give it a look through and add so much info to my interest journal!!! (World Atlas of Jellyfish, edited by Jarms and Morandini)

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2024/03/27
01:21 UTC

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Any idea what this is?

Found on pinterest but I want to find some pictures of it without an edit over it :-)

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2024/03/26
00:32 UTC

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What jellyfish is lumped together but then separate when they die?

In photo is my boyfriend holding a dead one. Phi phi island in Thailand was full of them! Harmless but gross to swim around.

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2024/03/25
09:11 UTC

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What kind of jellyfish is this? If it's not a real one, which is it most like?

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2024/03/23
17:47 UTC

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Which species is this tattoo?

Got it done in Thailand to commemorate getting stung while scuba diving.

5 Comments
2024/03/17
03:18 UTC

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Anyone know what this is? Picture taken @ St. Augustine Beach, FL.

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2024/03/17
02:23 UTC

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Help identify, Phuket Thailand

Most beaches around here have jellyfish or what I assume are baby jellyfish washing up on the shores, especially during the evening. You can encounter them during the day/morning as well, but not as often. I've only been "stung" by the small ones. They're practically invisible and leave no marks, but feels like a mosquito bite for a few minutes.

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2024/03/16
05:35 UTC

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Please Identify, Location: Philippines, West Coast

Please identify what type of jellyfish is this. For context, this is in Philippines, on the West Coast

4 Comments
2024/03/16
02:45 UTC

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Anyone know what these things are?

What are the neon orange clumps that hang off of moon jellyfish? I see them often in aquarium jellyfish but not in pictures online. I've tried Googling it, but no consistent results are showing up.

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2024/03/15
23:22 UTC

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Identification?

So I found this jellyfish ages ago and have yet to identify it. As of this moment I can’t remember where I found it, it was on holiday years ago. I might also be able to find a video but anyone know what this is??

5 Comments
2024/03/15
22:13 UTC

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does london zoo have jellyfish

so, i know that logically london zoo has jellyfish however their website has very little information about what kinds they have and i'm driving myself insane trying to find out. if anyone knows anything about london zoo's jellyfish i'd very much appreciate it

2 Comments
2024/03/15
15:52 UTC

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ID Please, found in Charleston SC

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2024/03/14
10:19 UTC

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Help me identify this jellyfish!!

Hi jellyfish community :) I’m currently in Astoria, Queens (NY) and I stumbled upon what looks like a jellyfish, but it’s super small and this is a freshwater lake! Any ideas on what it could be?

8 Comments
2024/03/13
17:16 UTC

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Chris DeMakes a Podcast interviews Roger Joseph Manning Jr. from Jellyfish about song - "New Mistake"

Just watched an amazing in-depth interview discussing the Jellyfish song, "New Mistake". They break down the song verse by verse, instrumentally and conceptually!

One of my favorite Jellyfish songs!

Chris DeMakes A Podcast - New Mistake

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2024/03/12
05:10 UTC

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Sting from salps???!

I recently just started my trip to the British Virgin Islands for spring break, and when we first starting diving/snorkling, we could see HUNDREDS of worm-like and rectangle-like creatures. While We identified these as being harmless salps, every time we got in the water, we could feel them stinging us, presumably meaning that there were jellyfish. Does anyone know what kind of jellyfish could cause this sting and might look similar to small salps??

5 Comments
2024/03/11
14:37 UTC

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