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1 Citizen’s Science with JellyWatch This PPT is designed as a Teacher Tutorial and as an Answer Key to the various species of Hydrozoa that might be used with this activity. Each slide provides an image and information currently available for 26 species of Hydrozoa. Sources for the images and information are also provided in the Notes section of each slide.

2 Proterozoic Eon - Vendian Era (560 MYA) Ediacara fauna

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4 Four Classes of Hydrozoans Hydrozoa Cubozoa Staurozoa Scyphozoa Chondrophorina Siphonophorae Carybdeids Chirodropids True jellies Stalked jellies

5 Porpita porpita (Blue button) Habitat bay, beach, Mediterranean sea biome, more Water depth 4,919 m max Water temperature 1.46 degrees C min 28.7 degrees C max Geographic distribution European waters Gulf of Mexico Mediterranean Sea more Latitude degrees min, 43.7 degrees max Longitude -158 degrees min, degrees max

6 Velella velella (By-the-wind sailor) Habitat bay, beach, island, more Water depth2,977 m max Water Temperature 2.54 degrees Celsius min degrees Celsius Geographic distribution - Azores, Belgian Coast, more Latitude degrees min, degrees max Longitude -131 degrees mi Peter J. Bryant

7 Physalia physalis (Portugese man-of-war) Habitat bar, bay, beach, more Water depth 4,976 m max Water temp degrees Celsius min degrees Celsius max Geographic distribution Atlantic, Atlantic Europe, Australian part of the Bass Strait, more Latitude degrees min degrees max Longitude -158 degrees min degrees max

8 Phialella zappai (NCN) Geographic distribution East North Pacific

9 Liriope tetraphylla (NCN) Habitat bay, Mediterranean sea BiomeTropical Water depth 2,725 m max Water temp degrees C min, degrees C max Geographic distribution Azores Exclusive Economic Zone European waters (ERMS scope) Gulf of Mexico more Latitude degrees min, degrees max Longitude -129 degrees min degrees max

10 Aglantha digitale (Pink helmet) Habitat: back-arc basin, bay Water depth: 4938m Geographic distribution: Arctic Ocean, Barents Sea Latitude: degrees min 89.4 degrees max Longitude: -180 degrees min

11 Aequorea victoria (Water jellyfish) Habitat coast, Mediterranean sea Biomepelagic zone, more Water depth 6 m max Water temp degrees C max 9.97 degrees C min Geographic distribution Canadian Exclusive Economic Zone [Pacific part] East North Pacific FAO fishing area 67, more Latitude degrees min 53.2 degrees max Longitude -131 degrees max -132 degrees min

12 Carukia barnesi (Irukandji) Range depth: near surface to m. Habitat Regions: saltwater or marine Aquatic Biomes: reef; coastal Geographic distribution: Indo-Pacific

13 Carybdea sivickisi (Box jelly or Marine stinger) Habitat: ocean, sea, beach, subtropical, more Geographic distribution: Central Indo- Pacific, New Zealand Exclusive Economic Zone Latitude:33.69 degrees max, degrees min Longitude: degrees min, degrees max Alvaro Migotto

14 Chironex fleckeri (Sea wasp or Box Jellyfish) Habitat: bay, fresh water, mangrove biome, more Water depth:25 m min; 40 m max Water temp.: degrees C max, degrees C min Geographic distribution: Australia Latitude:-12.5 degrees max, degrees min Longitude: degrees min, degrees max

15 Chiropsalmus quadrumanus (Four-handed box jellyfish) Habitat Regions: marine Geographic distribution: Gulf of Mexico, North and West Atlantic (Carolinian, Cape Hatteras through Florida)

16 Aurelia aurita (Moon jellyfish) Habitat Regions: saltwater or marine Aquatic Biomes: reef; lakes & ponds, coastal; warm tropical waters Geographic distribution: Indian, Atlantic, Pacific Oceans

17 Aurelia labiata (Moon jellyfish) Depth Range: 0 – 1000m Habitat Regions: Temperate - bays, harbors Aquatic Biomes: coastal and pelagic Geographic distribution: Pacific Ocean, San Diego to Alaska

18 Cassiopea xamachana (Upside-down jellyfish) Range depth: Shallow Areas (low) m Biogeographic Regions: Atlantic Ocean (native), Pacific ocean & Mediterranean Sea (introduced) Habitat Regions: tropical, saltwater or marine Aquatic Biomes: Benthic, reef

19 Chrysaora fuscescens (Sea nettle) Range depth: Epipelagic Biogeographic Regions: Japan, Siberia, Alaska to Mexico, common in central California & Oregon Habitat Regions: pelagic on open coast Aquatic Biomes: Benthic, reef Dave Cowles

20 Chrysaora hysoscella (Compass jellyfish) Range depth: 30 to 2 meters Geographic Regions: Celtic, Irish, North Seas, Mediterranean Sea, South Africa Habitat Regions: Temperate, saltwater, marine Aquatic Biomes: Pelagic, coastal Latitude: 50.0 degrees to 52 degrees North

21 Chrysaora quinquecirrha (Sea nettle) Geographic Regions: Indian & Atlantic (native), Pacific (introduced) Habitat Regions: Temperate, Tropical, saltwater, marine, estuarine, intertidal Aquatic Biomes: Coastal, brackish water

22 Craspedacusta sowerbyi (Freshwater jellyfish) Geographic Region: Nearctic Habitat Regions: Temperate, tropical, freshwater Aquatic Biomes: Lakes and ponds, rivers and streams

23 Cyanea arctica or capillata (Lion’s mane) Geographic Regions: Atlantic & Pacific (native) Habitat Regions: Cooler regions of Atlantic, Pacific, North Sea, and Baltic Sea Aquatic Biomes: Pelagic & Benthic

24 Haliclystus auricula (Kaleidoscope jellyfish) Biogeographic Regions: Northern Pacific Ocean Habitat Regions: Eelgrass beds Aquatic Biomes: Cool coastal, estuarine

25 Linuche unguiculata (Thimble jellyfish) Range depth: 0 – 5000m Biogeographic Regions: Western, Tropical Atlantic, West Indies & Bahamas Habitat Regions: Tropical, saltwater, marine Aquatic Biomes: Pelagic

26 Mastigias papua (Golden medusa) Range depth: 1m Biogeographic Regions: Indian Ocean, China Sea to Japan, Pacific Ocean Habitat Regions: Temperate, saltwater, marine Aquatic Biomes: Pelagic, coastal M. N Dawson

27 Pelagia noctiluca (Purple-striped jellyfish) Range depth: 1m Biogeographic Regions: Mediterranean and Atlantic Ocean Habitat Regions: Temperate, pelagic, coastal, benthic Aquatic Biomes: Pelagic, coastal

28 Periphylla periphylla (Crown or Helmet jellyfish) Range depth: 0 – 1000m Biogeographic Regions: All but the Arctic Habitat Regions: Temperate, Tropical, Polar, saltwater, marine Aquatic Biomes: Pelagic

29 Phyllorhiza punctata (White-spotted jellyfish) Biogeographic Regions: Australia, Hawaii, Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico (introduced) Habitat Regions: Tropical, saltwater, estuarine, harbors, bays

30 Stomolophus meleagris (Cannonball jellyfish) Biogeographic Regions: Atlantic & Pacific Ocean, Sea of Japan, South China Sea Habitat Regions: Tropical, saltwater, marine Aquatic Biomes: Coastal, estuarine Jo O'Keefe

31 Thalassocalyce inconstans (Ctenophore) Biogeographic Regions: Gulf of Mexico, West North Atlantic Habitat Regions: Bay, Marine Latitude: degrees min; degrees max Longitude: degrees max degrees min

32 Jellyfish Life Cycle

33 This infographic provides one option for students to use to communicate their findings during their Jellyfish Investigation.

34 This sample rubric can be used in the assessment of this infographic


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