The study of deep-sea cephalopods.

@article{Hoving2014TheSO,
  title={The study of deep-sea cephalopods.},
  author={H J T Hoving and Jos{\'e} Angel A Perez and Kathrin S. R. Bolstad and Heather E. Braid and Aaron B. Evans and Dirk Fuchs and Heather Judkins and Jesse Kelly and Jos{\'e} Eduardo A R Marian and Ryuta Nakajima and Uwe Piatkowski and Amanda L Reid and Michael Vecchione and Jos{\'e} C Xavier},
  journal={Advances in marine biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={67},
  pages={235-359}
}
"Deep-sea" cephalopods are here defined as cephalopods that spend a significant part of their life cycles outside the euphotic zone. In this chapter, the state of knowledge in several aspects of deep-sea cephalopod research are summarized, including information sources for these animals, diversity and general biogeography and life cycles, including reproduction. Recommendations are made for addressing some of the remaining knowledge deficiencies using a variety of traditional and more recently… CONTINUE READING
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