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The Bright Blue Invaders

By Martin Myall

Beachgoers on La Herradura beach had a surprise when several specimens of what appeared to be Portuguese Man'o'War were washed up, however, they were something quite different. »

Something’s Missing…

By Martin Myall

Don’t say it too loudly, in case they hear, but so far this summer there have been no jellyfish swarms besieging our beaches. »

More Jellyfish Than Tourists?

By Martin Myall

Jellyfish have been the bane of not only this summer, but of several past summers, as well, and it is making a dent in local tourism. »

Motril Takes No Chances…

By Martin Myall

Motril is taking no chances today with their swimming competition as far as jellyfish are concerned because they have the 'minesweeper' out! »

144 Competitors Stung

By Hugh MacArthur

Jellyfish are a pain; ask the 144 swimmers of the 150 of those participating in the Salobreña Triatlón Cross Costa Tropical, who were all stung. »

They’re Here!

By Hugh MacArthur

And the jellyfish invasion is already in full swing with waves of them appearing off Almuñécar, Motril and Salobreña beaches. »

Over 200 Reasons to be Careful

By Martin Myall

(KAR01) There have been over 200 Portuguese men'o'war sightings on the Costa Tropical; some just off the beach, others washed up on them. »

Portuguese Men-o-War Sightings

By Gazette Reader

The following warning was posted on our facebook page, so we have reproduced it here. »

White Jellyfish Hunt

By Gazette Reader

We are looking for the Big White Jellyfish (Rhizostoma luteum). »

Sea Festival 2015 La Herradura

By Louise Powell

As part of this year’s Sea Festival in La Herradura, Karen from the project Jellyfish Research South Spain will be giving a talk about: »

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