Lion's Mane Jellyfish

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Lion’s Mane Jellyfish

 

(Cyanea capillata), a large marine jellyfish of the class Scyphozoa. The margin of the umbrella, or bell, has eight double lobes, and the tentacles are gathered into eight bundles. The coloration is usually very bright: the umbrella is yellowish red, the mouth lobes are raspberry, and the tentacles are pink. The diameter of the umbrella varies from a few centimeters to 2 m; the tentacles, when extended, may reach a length of 40 m. The tentacles bear a large number of stinging cells, or nematocysts, which are used for both offensive and defensive purposes. The fry of haddock and other gadoid fishes often swim between the tentacles for protection from predators. The lion’s mane jellyfish is distributed in the northern parts of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, as well as in seas of the Arctic Ocean.

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His massive head momentarily shook a shock of reddish hair, which resembled a lion's mane.
They range from the highly venomous Irukandji jellyfish to the giant lion's mane jellyfish, which is one of the longest recorded creatures with a length of 121 feet.
I use something called Four Sigmatic, which is a mushroom coffee with lion's mane.
The Lion's Mane has the most powerful and painful sting of the UK species, but is rarely seen south of Northumberland.
I ended up sitting beside Gary Ablett's wife at the time and after the meal (washed down by several bottles of beer) I was lighting up a cigarette at the table while, at the same time, staring at Debbie Ablett and her huge lion's mane of hair.
Think of him as a cross between Indiana Jones and Fox Mulder with a lion's mane of a do.
The swimmer was making good time on the 70-mile attempt around the island before the stings from Lion's mane jellyfish became too much.
They are liaising with Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown Council who are monitoring the beaches and water for any sign of the deadly Lion's Mane jellyfish.
Here's what we do know: Meli, Kelly and Niblock grow and cultivate shiitake mushrooms; pink, blue and golden oyster mushrooms; and lion's mane mushrooms.
You can try the gourmet lion's mane mushroom or the more familiar shiitake to benefit from the fungi's anti-inflammatory effects.
Lion's mane jellyfish became the bane of my existence during my swim along the west coast of Britain.