Über Japanische Cephalopoden : Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Systematik und Anatomie der Dibranchiaten

@inproceedings{WlkerberJC,
  title={{\"U}ber Japanische Cephalopoden : Beitr{\"a}ge zur Kenntnis der Systematik und Anatomie der Dibranchiaten},
  author={Gerhard W{\"u}lker and Franz Doflein}
}
Eromangateuthis N. Gen., a New Genus for a Late Albian Gladius-Bearing Giant Octobrachian (Cephalopoda: Coleoidea)
  • D. Fuchs
  • Geography
    Paleontological Contributions
  • 2019
TLDR
A comparative analysis shows that the gladius morphology of Boreopeltis helgolandiae Engeser & Reitner, 1985 (Aptian) is fundamentally different from Boreopelis soniae Wade, 1993 (Cenomanian), so Eromangateuthis n.
Octopus sinensis d'Orbigny, 1841 (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae): Valid Species Name for the Commercially Valuable East Asian Common Octopus
TLDR
Recognizing O. sinensis as a species distinct from O. vulgaris is an important step towards improving sustainable fisheries management policies for each species in this group of commercially valuable octopuses.
Catalogue of the Cephalopoda Specimens in the Zoology Department of Tokyo University Museum
A catalogue of the extant specimens of recent Cephalopoda in the Museum of Tokyo University is here presented including 50 lots of recently designated type material, mostly from species described by
An updated checklist of the cephalopods of the South China Sea
TLDR
There is an urgent need for comprehensive revision of this group throughout the region, including primary field surveys, reviews of subsistence and commercial fisheries catches, and support for development of regional expertise and resources.
Sizing ocean giants: patterns of intraspecific size variation in marine megafauna
TLDR
Overall, considerable variability in intraspecific size distributions from strongly left- to strongly right-skewed is found and several allometric equations that allow for estimation of total lengths and weights from more easily obtained measurements are provided.
A COMPLEX PATTERN OF POPULATION STRUCTURE IN THE NORTH PACIFIC GIANT OCTOPUS ENTEROCTOPUS DOFLEINI (WÜLKER, 1910)
TLDR
The high level of sequence divergence observed at the COI locus could also suggest cryptic species within the E. dofleini complex, with limited geographical overlap of populations and gene flow, as well as suggest strong genetic drift, serial bottlenecks or sweepstakes events may contribute to the pattern observed.
Sperm ultrastructure of the hydrothermal vent octopod Vulcanoctopus hydrothermalis
TLDR
Sperm morphology of V. hydrothermalis resembles that of Enteroctopus dofleini, suggesting a close phylogenetic relationship and noteworthy features along the nucleus are the regularly disposed dense bands of cytoplasm, which have not been observed before in octopodids.
Benthoctopus rigbyae, n. sp., A New Species of Cephalopod (Octopoda; Incirrata) from Near the Antarctic Peninsula
TLDR
Molecular evidence supports the separation of the present material from known species, and a new species of undescribed octopod with biserial suckers is described named Benthoctopus rigbyae.
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