Cannonball jellyfish (sometimes shortened to cannonballs) are the most prominent species of jellyfish by far along the southeast coast of the United States. In autumn and summer, they are found very abundant. During this period, shells accounted for more than 16% of the biomass of the coastline. They mainly eat zooplankton and red drum larvae. When disturbed or threatened, cannonball jellyfish secrete a poisonous slime that can harm small fish and drive away most predators. However, some crabs will not be driven away by this slime and will continue to attack / eat shells. While shell jellyfish don't sting humans, the toxins in shells can cause heart problems in humans and animals.
Common name : Cannon ball jellyfish
Scientific name : Stomolophus meleagris
Origin : Honduras
Process : Alum and sea salt
Sizes :Head 10 cm - 15 cm,
Packing weight : Net weight 18.14 kilograms.
Gross weight 20.86 kilograms
Packing : Buckets with sea salt brine