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Jellywatch
We are collecting observations and pictures of jellyfish, squid, and other marine organisms. If you went to the beach but didn't see anything, send us that too!
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Jellywatch Mar 20
Replying to @DMarinian
Thanks. I think we found most of the spam reports, but if you do see one, please click the "Flag for Review" link.
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Jellywatch Mar 20
Replying to @irisfsampaio
Great! If you have a date for that pic, we can enter it in the database.
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Jellywatch Mar 20
Good point. That is _Chrysaora colorata_ the aptly named purple stripe jellyfish. Lots more such images in our photo gallery.
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Jellywatch Mar 20
If you are going to apply for an account, please fill out the "Why do you want an account?" field seriously. That is our last line of defense against spammers (about 20 per day). One replied "For marketing of products". Bonus points for honesty, but ... REJECT!
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Jellywatch Mar 20
So funny/sad. We added a "Why do you want an account?" field on the request for user accounts. Spammer reply: "For marketing of products". Much more effective filter than identifying photos of storefronts!
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Jellywatch Mar 20
restoration was enabled by outreach funding from for the SiphWeb project with and . cc:
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Jellywatch Mar 20
If you had an account at , you should be able to log back in or recover your password. If you see missing images, etc, please click the "Flag for Review" button on the sighting.
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Jellywatch Mar 20
Guess what? Our site is back and better than ever! More tweaks and enhancements to come. Special thanks to superstar developer Tien Wang for his work, and to Peter Dupris and Wyatt Patry for their support.
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Jellywatch May 29
Tons of Scrippsia washing up along central California. Let us know if you are seeing them too...
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Jellywatch 6 Dec 17
Video about deep-sea food web study...
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Jellywatch 6 Dec 17
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Jellywatch 30 Oct 17
Something about jellies...
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Jellywatch 12 Sep 17
Thinking about our Tybee Island and other Southeast and Caribbean jellywatchers. Hope you weathered the storms ok!
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Jellywatch 20 Jul 17
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Jellywatch 3 May 17
Sorry everyone. is still down. (Any drupal8 gurus send us a message!) Hold onto your sightings.
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Jellywatch 27 Mar 17
Giant deep-sea is a sucker for !
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Jellywatch 22 Feb 17
A carpet of cannonballs... A South Carolina jellywatcher estimated more than 32,000 in this mass...
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Jellywatch 15 Feb 17
Great photo by Ron Watkins, from...
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Jellywatch 8 Feb 17
Great news for people who like the truth, especially about jellyfish proteins.
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Steven Haddock 21 Dec 16
Diving in to study how comb jellies thrive at extreme depths
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