Appearance Summary: Ctenophoracomb is a jellyfish-like organism that has eight rows of cilia, which are used for swimming and feeding. It has a transparent body with a bell-shaped structure and two long tentacles. Its body is divided into two parts, the oral and aboral sides, and it has two distinct eyespots. It is also unique in that it has two adhesive organs, called colloblasts, which it uses to capture prey.
Facial description: Ctenophoracomb has eight rows of cilia that are used for locomotion and feeding. Its body is divided into two parts, the anterior and posterior, and it has two tentacles that are used to capture prey. Its body is transparent and it has two bright red eyespots that are used to detect light.
What are the distinct features of Comb Jellies? Translucent, gelatinous body, eight rows of cilia, no nervous system, no eyes, no mouth, no anus, bioluminescent, swims by beating cilia, reproduces asexually by transverse fission
What makes them unique?
Comb Jellies body color description: Pink, purple, blue, and white.
skin type: The exterior of the Ctenophoracomb is slimy and gelatinous, with a soft, almost rubbery texture. Its surface is covered in small, wavy cilia that give it a fuzzy, velvety feel.
Strengths: Mobility, Reproductive Capacity, Ability to Adapt, Sensory Perception, Ability to Feed on a Variety of Food Sources
Weaknesses: Fragile body structure, Poor swimming ability, Limited sensory organs, Poor vision, Poor ability to detect predators