What kind of jellyfish come to the coast of California?



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    One jellied marine visitor to the Golden State’s coast is the mysterious black sea nettled jellyfish. The black sea nettle, which at full size can measure 3 feet across the dome, delivers a sting much like the painful one from the purple-striped jelly and others common to the area. Scientists are mystified as to where they come from and how they behave.

    More common West Coast varieties include the Moon, Pelagia, Sea Butterfly, bell jellies, and cross jellies.

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