Tamoya at Myrtle Beach
Description and Comments
I was browsing Instagram this morning and came across a video of a live Tamoya haplonema specimen found at Myrtle Beach. It's really quite exciting because they are such a rare jelly. I've never personally seen one, and I'm quite jealous. The poster apparently picked the jellyfish up and put it back in the water. The link to the video is below. As you can see, it is still actively pulsing and very much alive. Note the Spider Crab attached to the top of its bell. It sounds like there was only one specimen found.