What is another word for Genus Cestum?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs sˈɛstəm] (IPA)

Genus Cestum refers to a genus of comb jellies that are found in marine habitats around the world. These creatures are characterized by their transparent bodies that are shaped like ribbons or belts. While "Genus Cestum" is its scientific name, there are several synonyms that are commonly used to refer to this species including "belted comb jelly", "ribbon jellyfish", and "Venus's girdle". These names reflect the physical appearance of these comb jellies and are used by scientists and laypeople alike. Whether using the scientific name or a common synonym, the unique beauty and fascinating behavior of these creatures continue to captivate and inspire awe among those who study them.

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