- Scientific name
- Versuriga anadyomene
Versuriga is one of the larger species of sea jellies found in Australian waters with a bell that can reach 60cm diameter. They are usually sparsely scattered in offshore coastal waters but occasionally wash ashore on beaches.
Large numbers of fish can usually be seen swimming along with Versuriga, and you can often see barnacles attached to the animals that have washed ashore. Almost nothing is known about the biology of this species!