A Swarm Of Fw Micro Jelly Fish

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*snicker*

Well they do kinda look like jellies. Playing with the camera. Slower shutter speed to get the trails and the flash to freeze for a sharp subject

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Fanatic said:
Cool! Could you tell me what you do to maintain such clear water?
Filtration, filtration, filtration These shots are from Sunhawk's 55. It is filtered with a 200 GPH HOB and a 360 GPH canister for total 560 GPH. I will be changing out the 200 GPH HOB for a 400 GPH soon. The other thing is I clean each filter every other week. So I do all the HOB's one weekend and all the canisters the next.

I just today added UV sterilizers to all aquariums.
 

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In case anyone is curious, there are real FW Jellyfish, and this is what it looks like:
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There are certain lakes in Michigan where you get "blooms" of them in the spring/summer. They don't seem to live very long, though.
 
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chromedome52 said:
In case anyone is curious, there are real FW Jellyfish, and this is what it looks like:
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There are certain lakes in Michigan where you get "blooms" of them in the spring/summer. They don't seem to live very long, though.
Now that is outright COOL
 

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Man of war would be dangerous and super COOL. Moon jellies are beautiful, and don't sting, comb jellies actually glow in the dark, and also don't sting, and are small, and cannon ball jellies look super cool. I have seen all of these in person, except the man of war, I have seen some others to, but don't know exactly what ones. I have also seen upside down jellies.
 

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PecosBill said:
Man of war would be dangerous and super COOL. Moon jellies are beautiful, and don't sting, comb jellies actually glow in the dark, and also don't sting, and are small, and cannon ball jellies look super cool. I have seen all of these in person, except the man of war, I have seen some others to, but don't know exactly what ones. I have also seen upside down jellies.
They are cool right? I also thought of these:
I love all these. And my fave shark!
 

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Ulu said:
Gypsy13, those are mind-boggling.
I got to hold a baby great white while it was being stitched. Was totally awesome! Been in love with them ever since!
 
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