Voragonema pedunculata

Voragonema pedunculata (No Common Name)
The Voragonema pedunculata has been measured up to 4 cm in diameter. This jelly was found at Southern Hydrate Ridge around 790 m. Photo Credit: NSF-OOI/UW/CSSF; Dive 1769; V14
The Voragonema pendunculata is a small red jellyfish that has 1000-2000 very fine tentacles. It also spends its entire life in the water column; it does not go through a sessile phase in its development, which makes it different from other jellyfish. Reference: Marine Life Field Guide (Neptune Canada)