Deepstaria enigmatica, is a jellyfish of the family Ulmaridae first described in 1967 by F.S. Russel. The bell of this jellyfish is very thin and wide (up to approx. 60 cm), and resembles a translucent, undulating sheet or lava lamp as the animal moves. They are usually found in Antarctic and near-Antarctic seas but have been spotted in waters near the United Kingdom, at depths of 829 to 1830 meters.
Sat, 12 May 2012 07:59:26 -0700
A mysterious ocean 'blob', recorded by a deep-sea remote-controlled underwater camera, has been identified as a jelly fish. When a Youtube video of the creature was posted last month speculators suggested it was everything from the remains of a whale ...
Wed, 09 May 2012 17:15:34 -0700
In 1967, F.S. Russell described a very enigmatic deep-sea jellyfish, Deepstaria enigmatica. During Dive 159 of the U.S. research submersible Deepstar 400 on 22 October 1966 Dr. Eric G. Barham, Dr. George Pickwell, and Mr. Ronald Church collected a ...
Sat, 19 May 2012 12:26:00 -0700
But alas the verdict has been finally reached, the species is in fact a (collapsed) Deepstaria Enigmatica, a rare jellyfish species that resembles a translucent satin sheet or “lava lamp”. This species was first captured on camera in 1967 (below) and ...
Sun, 29 Jun 2014 17:03:35 -0700
On May 9th of 2012, I wrote about a video going viral of an odd creature in the deep sea. The running hypothesis among online communities is was it was a whale placenta. It was not, more interesting it was the rather enimagic Deepstaria reticulum, one ...
Tue, 22 May 2012 09:06:29 -0700
Those gonads vaguely resembled a similar organ in a giant jellyfish called Deepstaria enigmatica. (Strange what marine biologists think about ...) As for its shape, alone in quiet water, these big jellyfish look like you'd expect; bell-shaped tops ...
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Wed, 18 Jun 2014 14:03:38 -0700
Called the deepstaria enigmatica, it can be identified by the hexagonal patterns on its skin. The deepstaria enigmatica is "thought to be one of the largest invertebrate predators in the deep sea ecosystem," according to the BBC. But it's long, "paddle ...
Tue, 17 Jun 2014 12:19:49 -0700
When the video they were pulled from was taken, where, and just exactly what the heck that thing is dancing in front of the underwater camera of an oil platform. According to the news blog Zeibiz, scientists think the “large blob” swimming slowly ...
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Mon, 10 Nov 2014 09:01:00 -0800
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