Chrysaora pacifica, also called the Japanese compass jellyfish, is mainly found in the waters around Japan (south-west Pacific).
Japanese compass jellyfish have a whitish screen with orange stripes and very long tentacles that can reach up to 3 m in length
The poison of bred compass jellyfish is hardly detectable, but they can still cause mild irritation to people with sensitive skin.
Our compass jellyfish are very young, so a maximum life span in your aquarium is guaranteed.
This jellyfish species is only suitable for large jellyfish aquariums.
Service life: 1 – 2 years
Food: Artemia, plankton, ear and rib jellyfish
Distribution: South West Pacific
Size: up to 30 cm
Toxic to humans: yes (rare)
Water temperature: 15 – 23°C
salt content: 29 – 35 ppm
PH: 7.9 – 8.4 pH
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