Redescription of The Southern Dumpling Squid Euprymna Tasmanica and A Revision of The Genus Euprymna (Cephalopoda: Sepiolidae)

@article{Norman1997RedescriptionOT,
  title={Redescription of The Southern Dumpling Squid Euprymna Tasmanica and A Revision of The Genus Euprymna (Cephalopoda: Sepiolidae)},
  author={Marc D. Norman and C. C. Lu},
  journal={Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom},
  year={1997},
  volume={77},
  pages={1109 - 1137}
}
  • M. Norman, C. C. Lu
  • Published 1 November 1997
  • Biology
  • Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
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 of squids. Twelve nominal species have been placed in this genus of which the majority are ill-defined, known only from their original descriptions and separated on the basis of inadequate characters. As a first step in resolving this group, a temperate Australian species, the Southern dumpling squid… 

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