|At the Monterey Bay Aquarium|
The spotted jelly, lagoon jelly, golden medusa, or Papuan jellyfish (Mastigias papua) is a species of jellyfish from the Indo-Pacific. Instead of one single mouth, they have several smaller mouth openings in their oral arms, which are used to feed on zooplankton.
They have a lifespan of approximately 4 months and are active primarily in mid-summer to early autumn.
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- Mastigias papua at Animal Diversity Web
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