National Geographic : 1961 Nov
Knobby tentacles and trumpet-shaped um brella characterize a stalked jellyfish. Shown five times life-size, Haliclystus hangs upside down from a blade of surf grass. Sea palms thrive in surf; their flexible stalks withstand the shock of breakers. Mrs. Zahl found this clump of Postelsiapalmaeformis on an exposed rock at low tide off Yachats. Bubblelike jellyfish suggest plastic balloons in a nighttime sky. Tentacles fringe the bottoms of the bells. Polyorchis swims by flexing the sides of its transparent dome. The Zahls dipped up these specimens (twice life-size) at wharf side in Charleston.