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Distribution, relative abundance, and developmental morphology of paralarval cephalopods in the western North Atlantic Ocean
Paralarval and juvenile cephalopods collected in plankton samples on 21 western North Atlantic cruises were identified and enumerated. The 3731 specimens were assigned to 44 generic and specificExpand
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Vertical distribution of cephalopods at 18°N 25°W in the North Atlantic
The present work is part of an analysis of catches made with rectangular midwater trawls (RMTs) in the North Atlantic at about 20°W and at 60°N, 53°N, 40°N (all in Lu & Clarke, 1975), 30°N (Clarke &Expand
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Cephalopods from Deepwater Dumpsite 106 (Western Atlantic): Vertical Distribution and Seasonal Abundance
Lu, C. C, and Clyde F. E. Roper. Cephalopods from the Deepwater Dumpsite 106 (Western Atlantic): Vertical Distribution and Seasonal Abundance. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 288, 36Expand
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Redescription of The Southern Dumpling Squid Euprymna Tasmanica and A Revision of The Genus Euprymna (Cephalopoda: Sepiolidae)
Recent attention to members of the sepiolid squid genus Euprymna and symbiotic associations with luminescent bacteria ( Vibrio fischeri strains) has prompted a review of this poorly-resolved group ofExpand
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A revision of Loliolus (Cephalopoda; Loliginidae) including L. noctiluca, a new species of squid from Australian waters.
A new species of squid, Loliolus noctiluca (Myopsida: Loliginidae) is described and illustrated from Australian waters, the first record of the genus in the region. The genus is revised with completeExpand
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A new genus and species of sepiolid squid from the waters around Tonga in the central South Pacific (Mollusca : Cephalopoda : Sepiolidae)
A new genus and species, Choneteuthis tongaensis gen. et sp. nov., is described from the waters around Tonga in the central South Pacific Ocean. The new genus does not clearly fit in any of theExpand
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