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C. tuberculata is usually less than 17 cm wide. The smooth, elevated dome is surrounded by a gutter-like ring. The marginal lappets are elongated and subrectangular. Each mouth-arm bifurcates near its base and branches several times. In addition to some larger appendages there are many short, club-shaped ones that bear disk-like ends.
It is commonly found in the Mediterranean Sea, Aegean Sea and Adriatic Sea.
I found this beautiful jelly fish while I was snorkeling a bit under the water surface in Greece.
Spotted on Aug 31, 2013
Submitted on Sep 4, 2013
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