Look similar to lagoon jellies but has more small white spots throughout their body, and has white tips on the top of their appendages, Originally distributed in Australian to Indo-Pacific ocean but now spread to Gulf of Mexico and Hawaii. The body colour varies normally from oval to brown, often light blue to green. They have symbolic algae and a full spectrum lighting is required for their healthy growth.



Species Information

  • Harmful to humans: No
  • Distribution: Australia, Indo-Pacific, Gulf of Mexico, Hawaii
  • Maximum Bell Size: 50 cm (20 inches)
  • Life Span: 1 year
  • Feeding: Freshly hatched baby brine shrimp, coral reef food
  • Temperature: 24 – 28°C (75 – 82°F)
  • Photosynthetic: Yes
  • Care level: Difficult
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