Adult Diplulmaris antarctica. A. Drawing from the original description by Maas (1908) of a bell portion of an adult specimen (diameter 35-40 mm), oral view, from off Anvers Island, Antarctica; B. Photography of sub-umbrella view of the gastrovascular canals of a specimen (diameter 18 cm) from McMurdo Sound (Operation Deep Freeze II station 61-D) (Larson 1986); C-D. Drawing of the sub-umbrella view of a specimen (diameter 10 cm) from McMurdo Sound (Operation Deep Freeze II station 61-D) (Larson 1986); E-F. Sub-umbrella (E) and apicular (F) views of an adult specimen MCMEC2019_Diplulmaris_antarctica_a observed on 16/11/2019 eating a Beroe sp. Gv: gastrovascular canal, rc: ring canal, rh: rhopalium, te: tentacle. E-F photos courtesy: E. Cimoli.

  Part of: Verhaegen G, Cimoli E, Lindsay D (2021) Life beneath the ice: jellyfish and ctenophores from the Ross Sea, Antarctica, with an image-based training set for machine learning. Biodiversity Data Journal 9: e69374.