Literature References

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Anonymous1996Out of its depth.
Anonymous1982Giant squid from the Mernoo Bank area.
Anonymous1980Giant squid.
Anonymous1980Maligned Squid.
Anonymous1979Access to Japan's import market: frozen cuttlefish and squid.
Anonymous1978Big squid is largest on record.
Anonymous1978Squid squib.
Reuter1996One-tonne squid 10cm off record.
F. A. Aldrich1968The distribution of giant squids (Cephalopoda, Architeuthidae) in the North Atlantic and particularly about the shores of Newfoundland.
F. A. Aldrich1968On regeneration of the tentacular arm of the giant squid Architeuthis dux Steenstrup (Decapoda, Architeuthidae).
F. A. Aldrich1968The distribution of giant squids (Cephlapoda, Architeuthidae) in the North Atlantic and particularly about the shores of Newfoundland.
F. A. Aldrich1967The giant squid in Newfoundland.
F. A. Aldrich1967Newfoundland's giant squids.
F. A. Aldrich1967Architeuthis- the giant squid.
F. A. Aldrich, Bradbury H. E.1970Locomotion in giant squids of the family Architeuthidae.
D. O. Alexeyev1994New data on the distribution and biology of squids from the southern Pacific.
J. Allan1948A rare giant squid.
A. Anonymous1996Out of its depth
G. P. Arnold1979Squid: A review of their biology and fisheries.
G. M. Belyaev1964Rostra of cephalopods in oceanic bottom sediments.
J. H. Blake1909A giant squid.
L. B. Bonnaud, Boucher-Rodoni, R., Monnerot, M.1994Phylogeny of decapod cephalopods based on partial 16S rDNA nucleotide sequences.
P. R. Boyle1986Report on a specimen of Architeuthis stranded near Aberdeen, Scotland.
M. Bright1985The big blob or what grabbed the crab traps?
O. Brix1983Giant squids may die when exposed to warm water currents.
O. Brix, Bardgard, A., Cau, A., Colosimo, A.1989Oxygen-binding properties of cephalopod blood with special reference to environmental temperatures and ecological distribution.
D. Butler1968MUN biologist preparing to chase the giant squid.
J. Cadenat1936Note sur un cephalopode geant (Architeuthis harveyi Verrill) capture dans le Golfe de Gascogne.
J. Cadenat1935Note sur la premiere capture dans le Golfe de Gascogne du cephalopode geant, Architeuthis nawaji.
R. Clarke1965Sperm whales of the Azores.
R. Clarke1955A giant squid swallowed by a sperm whale.
M. R. Clarke1980Squids and whales.
M. R. Clarke1980Cephalopoda in the diet of sperm whales of the southern hemisphere and their bearing on sperm whale biology.
M. R. Clarke1963Economic importance of North Atlantic squids.
M. R. Clarke1962Stomach contents of a sperm whale caught off Madeira in 1959.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1976Cephalopod remains from sperm whales caught off Iceland.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1976Cephalopod remains from sperm whales caught off Iceland.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1974Cephalopod remains from a sperm whale caught off Vigo, Spain.
M. R. Clarke, Maddock L.1988Beaks of living Coleoid (pp. 123-131).
R. Collett1911Physeter macrocephalus.
L. T. Dees1961Cephalopods: cuttlefish, octopuses, squids.
R. K. Dell1970A specimen of the giant squid Architeuthis from New Zealand.
R. K. Dell1952The recent Cephalopoda of New Zealand.
T. Dietz1982The elusive giant squid.
Z. Dong1984The food and feeding habits of the sperm whale (Physeter catadon Linnaeus).
I. Everson1977Cephalopods, pp. 69-74.
H. Filhol1885Mollusques.
C. H. Fiscus1982Predation by marine mammals on squids of the eastern North Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea.
C. H. Fiscus, Rice D. W.1974Giant squids, Architeuthis sp., from stomachs of sperm whales captured off California.
C. H. Fiscus, Rice, D. W., Wolman, A. A.1989Cephalopods from the stomachs of sperm whales taken off California.

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