(he's chainnan of the Senate Insurance Committee) has turned out to be very effective when dealing with insurance problems.
According to the website Jelly Watch, the Velella
- which have a 'sail' they use to travel across oceans - are not exactly dangerous to humans, but they can sting and capture small prey.
from other libraries in our network,'' said Boylston Library Assistant Director Lynn Clermont, "who said his program was the best one they'd ever had.
All this was summarized by then-Assistant New York State Senate Majority Leader, Guy Velella
in a Letter stating: "As a New York State Senator, I resent the fact that important policies concerning the regulation of the insurance industry are being set by a private board that is not open to the public, elected by no one, and not subject to public disclosure.
Table 1 Cnidarian jellyfish species used for feeding experiments of phyllosoma larvae Class Order Species Number of Experiments Scyphozoa* Semaeosiomeae Aurelia aurita > 10 Aurelia aurita > 10 (ephyraev and young medusae) Chrysaora pacifiea > 10 Sanderia malayensis 4 Rhizostomeae Mastigias papua 2 Nemopilema nomurai Hydrozoa Anthomedusae Nemopsis dofleini 4 Spirocodon saltalor > 10 Velella velella
1 Leptomedusae Aequorea S coerulescens Siphonophorae Physalia physafis 1 Cubozoa Cubomedusae Carybdea rastoni 2 * Bell diameters of scyphozoan medusae used for the examinations ranged from 30 to 100 mm.
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International Lighting Inc, to a purchase of certain corporate assets of Velella
One of the swarm of jellyfish-like by-the-wind-sailors, Velella velella
, washed up on the beach at Harlech
The scientists also collected jellyfish called by-the-wind sailors (Velella velella
The bizarre creatures - scientific name Velella velella
- get their name from an upright "float" that catches the wind to propel them for thousands of miles.
, hymn-notes to the ocean, a myriad beached
(Gastropoda); Carinaria cithara Benson 1835 (Heteropoda); a chondrophore, Velella velella
(Hydrodia); Lepas spp.
The small blue colonial hydroids, known as Velella Velella
or By-The-Wind-Sailors, shoal in vast numbers.