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Bloodybelly Comb Jelly

Lampocteis sp.

Physical Characters : The body color of the bloodybelly comb jelly ranges from pale to deep purple, to deep red and sometimes black. Like other comb jellies, it propels itself by moving paddlelike organs, called combs, which are composed of hundreds of cilia. These are having size upto 4.5 inches (12 cm).

The bloodybelly is a fragile comb jelly that wasn't discovered until scientists were able to use submersibles to make direct observations of deep sea animals.

Distribution : Mostly these are distributed in midwater (2,297-3,281 feet, or 700-1,000 meters).