- Rob says get ready for Dungeness crab
- Starting their lives in the winter as tiny larval “Zoea,” the Dungeness crab is at the mercy of tides and currents, spending their early lives pelagically, suspended in the water and not venturing near bottom or shore.
- Purple Jellies Piling Up on Oregon Coast in Huge Numbers
- (Oregon Coast) – Last week, the bulk of the Oregon coast was hit by a large number of Purple Sails – a kind of small jellyfish in a disc-like shape that's purple in color, until it dries out. (Photo above: Kaili Carlton).
- Purple Jellyfish and Purple Predators Strand on Oregon Coast
- “Also known as 'storm snails' or 'violet snails,' they make a cool bubble raft, float pelagically and feed on the velellas,” Plybon said. Their genus name is Janthina.
- Awesome sea-going crocodyliforms of the Mesozoic
- Several cranial specialisations present in the group are associated with pelagic marine life. For all their prowess as amphibious and aquatic predators, crocodyliforms have almost entirely stuck with terminal external nostrils.
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