New jellyfish discovery in Dutch Wadden Sea

This video is called Diving with JAGO: jellyfish / Medusae perform their gorgeous dances.

The Dutch Wadden Sea Society reports that a jellyfish species, new for the Netherlands, has been discovered.

Mitrocomella polydiademata was found near the Balgzand.

This rare species does not have a Dutch name, or an English name, yet.

Very little is still known about the way of life of this species, and its relatives, the Medusae jellyfish. So, research will continue.

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