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In a study of cases of seabather's eruption in the Mexican Caribbean, Segura-Puertas et al (7) found that all 3 swimming stages of Linuche (ephyrae, medusae, and larvae) to cause the eruption.
Seabather's eruption can be treated with sedating or nonsedating antihistamines (level of evidence [LOE]=5).
One Linuche mystery solved: all 3 stages of the coronate scyphomedusa Linuche unguiculata cause seabather's eruption.