What is the meaning of jellyfish?
Medusa is another word for jellyfish .
Collective nouns for jellyfish are: a bloom of jellyfish (When jellyfish are spawned from their polyps they form what is called a "bloom".) a brood of jellyfish a fluther of jellyfish a smack of jellyfish a smuck of jellyfish a smuth of jellyfish a stuck of jellyfish a swarm of jellyfish A fluther or a smuth of jellyfish. A group of jellyfish is called a smack of jellyfish.
It is true that sea stars and jellyfish are both inverts, however they differ in many many many ways. Jellyfish are pelagic and free swimming for one, while sea stars are benthic, living on substrate, and locomote via many tubefeet. Jellyfish have long stinging tentacles equipped with nematocysts for defense, whereas sea stars lack stinging tentacles. Sea stars are echinoderms meaning "spiny skin" and jellyfish are cnidarians from the greek cnidos meaning nettle. There are…