There are 2 main translations of medusa in Spanish

: medusa1Medusa2

medusa1

medusa, n.

Pronunciation /məˈdjusə/ /məˈdjuzə/ /mɪˈdjuːzə/ /mɪˈdjuːsə/

See Spanish definition of medusa

nounplural medusas, plural medusae

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    medusa feminine
    → for other names see jellyfish
    • A medusa, or jellyfish, is part of the life cycle of just one major group of animals, the cnidarians.
    • Cnidarians have two basic body forms, medusa and polyp.
    • Two major adult body types characterize the phylum: the medusa is typically a mobile pelagic organism, and the polyp is typically a sessile benthic organism.
    • Scyphozoan polyps and medusae exhibit no cephalization and contain no brain, but in some species, light-sensitive eyespots are located along the bell margin of the medusa.
    • In polyps, medusae, and worms, all longitudinal and circumferential muscles attach to the thin body wall over a wide area.

There are 2 main translations of Medusa in Spanish

: medusa1Medusa2

Medusa2

Medusa, n.

Pronunciation /məˈdjusə/ /məˈdjuzə/ /mɪˈdjuːzə/

noun

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    Medusa