Atlantic sea nettle [Chrysaora quinquecirrha]

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Atlantic sea nettle [Chrysaora quinquecirrha]
Size: Bell may be 10 inches wide with oral arms trailing up to 19½ inches.
Habitat: Coastal and estuarine waters of the western Atlantic Ocean.
Fun Fact: Sea nettles, which have a painful—but not fatal—sting, get their common name from the widely distributed wild plant that has stinging hairs on its leaves and stems.

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