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    DRAGON’S STARE BY CHRISTIAN LOADER - Leafy sea dragon looking straight at the camera.

    Ephyra larvae - the stage of the jellyfish life cycle prior to the medusae (adult) phase. Jellyfish start out as sessile polyps, then form layers of these ephyra larva stacked on top of each other. These larva then detach and grow into large adult jellies.

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    A stalked jellyfish (Lucernaria quadricornis). These cnidarians can be regarded as an overgrown polyp, one end of which has partly differentiated into a medusa. The ‘tufts’ of the feeding tentacles are clearly visible. Photo: Alexander Semenov

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    When things go wrong for denizens of the deep ~ Whale strandings have all the makings of a drama, as a couple of documentary-makers discovered. Tom McKinlay reports.

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    The whale trap ~ The craggy coast and wild seas that give Tasmania's West and Northwest coasts their beauty also make the region a deadly trap for whales and dolphins.

    Karenia phytoplankton dinoflagellate that causes red tide.

    Larvae: Although adult echinoderms (sea stars and kin) we are used to seeing have radial symmetry, their larvae start out with bilateral as do most vertebrates. These larval brittle stars are an important pelagic stage for dispersal of their bottom-bound parents. They capitalize on the abundance of food in the plankton to support early growth prior to metamorphosis and settlement to the sea floor.