- Tiny 'Jellyfish' Team Up for Multi-Jetpack Swimming
- The jelly chains, or clusters of spheres called nectophores, are the designated drivers.
- This Turbo-Powered Jellyfish Relative Could Inspire Submarines of the Future
- Similar to coral, the two-inch Nanomia is colonial: It sports a gelatinous body that's motored about by a nectosome made of genetically identical but separate components known as swimming bells (nectophores).
Nectophore is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Nectophore books and related discussion.
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