Literature References

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J. Steenstrup1962Heteroteuthis Gray, with remarks on the Rossia-Sepiola family in general, pp. 309-325.
J. Steenstrup1898Notae teuthologicae, 9, pp. 251-257.
J. Steenstrup1898Sepolia atlantica. Gigantic cephalopods from the northern Atlantic, pp. 258-308.
J. Steenstrup1887Notae teuthologicae, 6, pp. 176-189.
J. Steenstrup1887Notae teuthologicae, 7, pp. 190-234.
J. Steenstrup1887Notae teuthologicae, 8, pp. 235-250.
J. Steenstrup1885Notae teuthologicae, 5, pp. 163-176.
J. Steenstrup1885On the jaws of a giant cuttlefish, pp. 14-15.
J. Steenstrup1882Notae teuthologicae, 1-4, pp. 145-162.
J. Steenstrup1882Professor A.E. Verrill's two new cephalopod genera: Sthenoteuthis and Lestoteuthis, pp. 107-128.
J. Steenstrup1882A contribution to the elucidation of the evolutionary history of the different forms of cephalopods, pp. 129-142.
J. Steenstrup1882A new cephalopod genus: Tracheloteuthis, pp. 143-144.
J. Steenstrup1881Sepiadarium and Idiosepius two new genera of the family of Sepia. With remarks on the two related forms Sepioloidea d'Orb. and Spirula Lmk, pp. 83-106.
J. Steenstrup1881The interelationships of the Ommatostrephes-like cephalopods. An orientation, pp. 52-82.
J. Steenstrup1880Sepiella gray. Stp., pp. 44-51.
J. Steenstrup1862Professor Steenstrup gave some corrections regarding two cephalopods Ommatostrephes pteropus and Dosidicus Eschrichtii, pp. 40-41.
J. Steenstrup1862Professor Steenstrup gave some information about the cephalopods on the Danish coasts, pp. 42-43).
J. Steenstrup1861Professor Steenstrup showed part of the most recent accessions of the cephalopod collections, pp. 24-25.
J. Steenstrup1861Survey of cephalopods from the open sea (1860-61) kept in the museums of Copenhagen, pp. 26-39.
J. Steenstrup1859Professor Steenstrup communicated two new cephalopod genera (Bolitaena and Haliphron), pp. 23.
J. Steenstrup1857Professor Steenstrup exhibited and described some new cephalopods, Dosidicus Eschrichtii Stp. and Onychoteuthis(?), p. 16.
J. Steenstrup1857Professor Steenstrup presented several particulars about the giant cuttle-fishes of the Atlantic Ocean, pp. 17-19.
J. Steenstrup1857Professor Steenstrup gave the following information on a new species of cephalopods Dosidicus Eschrichtii, pp. 20-22.
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