|This article is about a/an villain in Power Rangers Jungle Fury.|
Jellica is the Sea Overlord and the holder of the Jellyfish spirit. She is a staff wielding mistress who can neutralize her opponents' physical attacks, by having them pass right through her, as she can turn into water.
She is revived by Camille, so Dai Shi can train under her, instead of Carnisoar. However, at first, she forced Camille to be her student and has her attack the Rangers, after she personally defeated the Jungle Pride Megazord, without any trouble. When Camille couldn't follow her orders, she attacked her, with Lily going to her aid, followed by Jarrod, who defeats Jellica in a brief fight. By then, she reveals that her mentoring of Camille was a test to see if Dai Shi truly desired her power, becoming Jarrod's new mentor, teaching him to harness his deceit as power. She helped Jarrod and Carnisoar to try killing the Rangers by reviving the White Shadow Guard. She refers to Camille as "Lizard".
When Grizzaka was revived, Jellica sided with him, probably out of fear. During the events at the Rhino Nexus, Jellica battles Dominic and overwhelms him with her abilities, until he made a comeback and forced her to retreat. While Grizzaka was fighting Theo, Lily, RJ, and Dominic, Jellica attempted to steal the Crystal Eyes, while Jarrod was preoccupied with his fight with Casey.
After Grizzaka's destruction, Jellica reveals she managed to reclaim the three she and Carnisoar gathered, for Grizzaka, reviving the Phantom Beast Generals to take over Dai Shi's throne out of spite for him. However, she ends up being destroyed by the three Phantom Beast Generals instead.
Jellica was revived by Dai Shi for the final Beast War, but was destroyed again by Master Finn during while battling the Power Rangers and the Pai Zhuq Masters.
- Like Camille, her costume was modified to not draw attention to her chest. In Jellica's case, the jellyfish covering her chest was altered to cover her breasts more fully.
- Jellica can be seen as a member of the audience of Galaxy Warriors in the Power Rangers Ninja Steel episode "Return of the Prism," in the Warrior Dome where "Galaxy Warriors" was filmed.