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Variations of the animal body plan morphology and morphometry can be used as prognostic tools of their habitat quality. The potential of the moon jellyfish (Aurelia spp.) as a new model organism has been poorly tested. However, as a tetramerous symmetry organism, it exhibits some variations in radial symmetry number. A pertinent list of morphological - number of gonads - and morphometric characteristics - e.g. ratio of the gonads area on the umbrella area - has been established to describe thedoi:10.1101/2020.03.11.986984 fatcat:ezgrhcmztva4xmdnlng7rsqqqq