Links to related internet resources
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Cnidaria homepage
http://www.ucihs.uci.edu/biochem/steele/default.html
Links to many useful pages on Scyphozoa and Cubomedusae as well as to the other members of the Cnidaria: Anthozoa and Hydrozoa.

Cnidarian Tree of Life (CnidToL)
http://cnidarian.info
Contacts, data, and much more from the CnidToL project

DockWatch
http://dockwatch.disl.org/overview.htm
Regularly updated searchable database reporting jellyfish sightings throughout the Gulf of Mexico.

Introduction to Cubomedusae
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/cnidaria/cubozoa.html
A detailed description of many facets of the Cubomedusae.

Mapping sea-nettles in the Chesapeake Bay
http://coastwatch.noaa.gov/seanettles/
Maps of probable sea nettle presence in the Chesapeake Bay

Marine-medic.com
http://www.marine-medic.com.au/
Jellyfish stings and more

Medusozoa home page
http://www.medusozoa.com/
An eclectic look at the medusae.

Midwater medusae
http://www.mbari.org/midwater/medusae/medusae2.htm
Impressive pictures of the enigmatic midwater gelatinous zooplankton (mostly Hydrozoa).

The Jellies Zone
http://www.jellieszone.com/
Information on scyphozoans and other gelatinous zooplankton. Some very strong pages on photography, and images to match. Links to related sites.

The Tree of Life (Cnidaria)
http://tolweb.org/tree?group=Cnidaria&contgroup=Animals
The phylogeny of cnidarians.

The Tropical Australian Stinger Unit
http://www.jcu.edu.au/interest/stingers/
Research and information on Cubomedusae.

 

 

The following sites link to The Scyphozoan
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French National Sea Experience Center
http://www.nausicaa.fr/
NAUSICAÄ - French National Sea Experience Center, in Boulogne-sur-Mer (Northern France), is a Science Center entirely dedicated to the relationship between Mankind and the Sea. Its goal is to incite the general public to discover the sea and to love it, while raising its awareness on the need for a better management of marine resources.
Category B544.42: Biology, Sea Sciences, Environment / Biology & Oceanography / Marine Biology / Marine Zoology / Invertebrates / Cnidarians (Coral, Jellyfishes...).

Florida Museum of Natural History
http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/malacology/WEB_LINK.HTM
Malacology and marine invertebrates web resources.