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Biology/Natural History: Feeds on small crustaceans, especially copepods. The polyp is seldom seen. The polyps of this species found in Kamchatka are highly venomous but those along our coast are not.

Older references list this species as a member of the Trachyline medusae.


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Source: Invertebrates of the Salish Sea

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