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Kylie Pitt May 16
Our Phyllorhiza babies are growing quickly. The brown pigment is symbiotic zooxanthellae colonising the bell.
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Libby Rowley Jun 17
Hey we are coming at you! Cant wait to catch up at tomorrow and geek out on all thing gelatinous
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Kylie Pitt Oct 26
Some clever lighting has turned these 'blue' blubbers (Catostylus mosaicus) into rainbow !
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Kylie Pitt Nov 4
These beautiful white Sea nettles (Chrysaora kynthia) were found in the Gold Coast Seaway. They're voracious predators of other jellies!
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Kylie Pitt Nov 14
Some stunning Tiger nettles (Chrysaora wurlerra....and yes, I know it's nomen dubium 🙂)! I think these are my new favorite species!
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Kylie Pitt Jun 2
Excited to see the and at feature in tonight's episode of .....but the '' featured were actually totally harmless !
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Jonathan Lawley Apr 9
These are images of blubber jelly (C. mosaicus) gonads, one from a male and one from a female (almost same scale 😁), can you tell which is which? . We are trying in vitro fertilizalitions here at
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Jonathan Lawley May 3
In vitro fertilizations of Catostylus mosaicus (blubber jelly) worked! Check out these cute tiny polyps (~0.3 mm). Feeling a little like Mendel, just more into jellies than peas :P let's see what surprises lie ahead!
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Joel Nov 2
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Kylie Pitt May 28
Was wonderful share with school principals of the region how the is advancing research, communicating science to the public and to providing students of opportunities to engage with industry partner
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Joel Nov 2
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Joel Nov 2
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Melanie Roberts Aug 27
Anyone interested in Jellies? There's a a PhD position going in the - scholarship applications close 2 October.
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Jonathan Lawley Apr 1
Check out these recently settled blubber jelly (Catostylus mosaicus) polyps we got from our last collection trip! 🔬 . Yes, there are thousands! They will soon grow more tentacles and be able to eat particles almost their size 🍽🦐
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Sheldon Rey Boco Sep 4
Catostylus mosaicus or the blue blubber jellies at the
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Aus Rivers Institute Aug 27
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Kylie Pitt Jun 19
Fun day showing fellow enthusiasts and Sal from around ! Thanks for visiting and we look forward to future collaborations!
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TASRU Jun 19
Such a great day with and the team from , what an incredible lab and exhibition you have . Big thanks to and her team
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