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Atlantic Sea Nettle Buy 5 Atlantic Sea Nettles jellyfish for £225 - saving £20.00 Temperature: 20-25oC Maximum bell size: 25cm | 10 inches Atlantic Sea Nettles are close species to the Pacific Sea Nettles but smaller, less colourful and easier to keep. They are white in whole body and don't seem to develop any colour in captivity. Wild Atlantic Sea Nettle can sometimes be found to be developing brown tips or stripes on their bells. They look great under colour changing LED lighting due to their creamy white body colour.   Key Facts Care Level Required 1-5: 2 Easy Handling Experience 1-5: 2 Easy Handling Danger..
Moon Jellyfish Buy 5 juvenile Moon jellyfish for £155 - saving £20.00 Moon jellies are the most common jellyfish to find in local aquatic stores. Yet common, moon jellyfish are one of the most popular species because of their opaque white colour and the relaxing movement. This species is relatively easy to keep, and the husbandry for this species is well established. They usually come from cold to temperate waters and are bred commercially making them an ideal and environmentally friendly animal to keep, so it is recommended that you ask your dealer which strain of moon jellies they stock with preference shown towards more tempe..
Pacific Sea Nettle Available to Pre-Order Only Temperature: 10-15oC Maximum bell size: 50cm | 20 inches Chrysaora fuscescens is commonly found along the coasts of California and Oregon, though some reside in the waters north to the Gulf of Alaska, west to the seas around Japan and south to the Baja Peninsula. The populations reach their peak during the late summer. Chrysaora fuscescens swim using jet propulsion by squeezing their bell and pushing water behind them, allowing them to swim against currents, although most of the time they prefer to simply float.   Feeding In common with other cnidaria, Chrysaora fuscesc..
Blue Blubber Jellyfish Save £20 When You Buy 5 Blue Blubber Jellyfish Blue blubbers are also common species for jellyfish aquariums and relatively easy to keep. This species is distinguished by their dome shaped bell with eight oral arms which look like cauliflowers. They are popular by their variety of colours from light blue to dark purple and burgundy. There are also sometimes white and brown colour variants as well, which was thought to depend on the species of symbiotic algae living inside their body though recent studies have disproved this theory. (please note as these are naturally occuring colours it isnt always possible to ..
Cannonball Jellyfish Save £20 When You Buy 5 Cannonball The cannonball jellyfish, also known as the cabbage head jellyfish, is a species of jellyfish in the family Stomolophidae. Its common name derives from its similarity to a cannonball in shape and size. A cannonball jellyfish can be from milky brown to yellow in colour and looks like a large half-egg shaped mushroom. It is most abundant in the southeastern United States and the Gulf Coast. They also inhabit the western Atlantic from New England to Brazil, the eastern Pacific from southern California to Ecuador, and the western Pacific from the Sea of Japan to the South China S..
Japanese Sea Nettle Available to Pre-Order Only Also known as the Brown Sea Nettle, the Japanese Sea Nettle (Chrysaora pacifica) medusa are brown to orange in colour an can reach 60 centimeters in length with tentacles growing up to three metres. Brown Sea Nettle is commonly found in northern Pacific Ocean and adjacent parts of the Arctic Ocean.   Key Facts Care Level Required 1-5: 5 High Handling Experience 1-5: 5 High Handling Dangers: Painful sting Temperature: 13 - 18oC Photosynthetic: No Feeding: Freshly hatched baby brine shrimp; Cubic Medusa Jellyfish Food Anticipated Total Lifespan: 1 year Maximum Bell Size:..
Flame Jellyfish Save £20 When You Buy 5 Flame Jellyfish Flame Jellyfish (Rhopilema esculentum - also falsely, Rhopilema esculenta) is a species of Rootmouth Jellyfish (order: Rhizostomae), bred on the East coast of China in large water tanks and released as young Ephyra jellyfishes in large quantities to boost stocks in the natural habitat. The Rootmouth Jellyfish has a rounded, scalloped bell (head), and is sometimes found top down on the bottom of the sea or aquarium. It has highly branched, short tentacles, which resemble a complex root system. It has a sting, so care should be taken when handling it or while doing ..
Red Cross Blubber Jellyfish Save £20 When You Buy 5 Red Cross Blubber Jellyfish Red Cross Blubber Jellyfish are a stunning relative to the more commonly kept Blue Blubber jellyfish, and like their cousin, are relatively easy to keep. This species is distinguished by their dome shaped bell with eight oral arms which look like cauliflowers. While Blue Blubbers are popular by their variety of colours from light blue to dark purple and burgundy, Red Cross Blubber jellyfish have a distinctive red marking across a lighter-coloured bell. Red Cross Blubbers are strong and active swimmers with a rhythmic pulse propulsion t..
Amakusa Jellyfish Save £20 When You Buy 5 Amakusa Jellyfish From the Pelagiidae family, the Amakusa Jellyfish is found in the Indian Ocean and the North Atlantic waters.  Though relatively easy to keep, Amakusa is considered something of an expert's species as its magnificent tentacles take some managing while handling and aquarium cleaning, and the tank should not be shared with other jellyfish varieties. The Amakusa jellyfish naturally grows to a maximum diameter of around 50cm with tentacle length of up to 1 metre, feeding on plankton, other jellyfish - especialy moon jellyfish, and brine shrimp. &nbs..
Spotted Lagoon Jellyfish Save £20 When You Buy 5 Spotted Lagoon Jellyfish Spotted jellyfish (or lagoon jellyfish) naturally inhabit quiet bays, harbours and lagoons of the South Pacific. They are easily distinguished by the white spots throughout their body and the eight appendages hanging down from oral arms. They are very popular in aquarium trades for their variation of colour, which are pale blue, green, pink, orange and yellow, on their semi-translucent body covered with white spots. Instead of single mouth, they have many small mouth openings on their oral arms, which capture small zooplankton. As they depend on the photosynthe..