The jelly blubber (Catostylus mosaicus) is the most common jellyfish in the waters of Australia, although it is an invasive species in the Mediterranean.
Where to find them?
They are located in one of the aquariums of the Temperate installation of Oceanogràfic.
The jelly blubber is generally distributed in the waters of Australia. It is a species that lives at shallow depths, not exceeding 50 metres.
The umbrella of this jellyfish measures 30cm, and its tentacles can measure 100cm.
In some Asian countries, it is considered a culinary delicacy.
Danger to humans
Very slight sting.