|Title||reporter||Image||Description||Quantity||Latitude||Longitude||Date||Type of organism||Other type|
|Physalia in Hanauma Bay||Jellywatcher||
From a news report.
|100+||21.270||-157.690||2009-08-14||Man o war||Physalia|
|Seal on Ft. Ord beach||Jellywatcher||
I saw a baby seal resting on the beach near Ft. Ord.
|Aurelia in Saanich Inlet, BC||Jellywatcher||
5-6in diameter; packed side by side and incredibly dense;
|Red tide in Monterey Bay||Jellywatcher||
Brown water for 10 miles offshore, for the last month at
|Box jellies in Waikiki||Jellywatcher||
Reports later said fewer than normal
Washed up on the beach near Watsonville, CA.
|30 Jan_Reunion Rocks||Jellywatcher||
3 Jellies (Rhizostoma sp.) washed ashore just south of Du
|2 to 5||-29.990||30.960||2010-02-04||Jellyfish|
|pygmy killer whales||Jellywatcher||
A pod of Pygmy Killer whales in Hawaii in Maui.
|11 to 99||21.070||-156.320||2010-02-09||Vertebrate|
|Wilson's Prom 8th feb 2010||Jellywatcher||
There were a few bright sparks in the water which seemed
|100+||-38.990||146.390||2010-02-12||Red Tide||phosphorescent plankton|
The waves and sand were glowing last night...but I was on