Literature References

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
Anonymous1960Antarctic and Subantarctic Mollusca - Cephalopoda.
W. Adam1986Contribution a la connaissance du genre Euprymna Steenstrup, 1887 (Mollusca; Cephalopoda).
W. Adam1954Cephalopoda Part III, IV - Cephalopodes a l'exclusion des genres Sepia, Sepiella and Sepioteuthis.
S. S. Berry1918Report on the Cephalopoda obtained by the F.I.S. "Endeavour" in the Great Australian Bight and other Southern Australian localities.
S. S. Berry1914The cephalopoda of the Hawaiian Islands.
S. B. Brandt1983Pelagic squid association with a warm-core eddy of the east Australian current.
R. Burn1957On some Victorian cephalopods.
B. C. Cotton1942Cephalopoda from stomach contents of fish from east and south Australia.
B. C. Cotton1939Sir Joseph Banks Islands Part II. Mollusca, Part 2, General.
B. C. Cotton1938Mollusca, PartI: The spermatophore of Rossia australis Berry.
B. C. Cotton, Godfrey F. K.1940A systematic list of the Pelycepoda, Scaphopoda, Cephalopoda and Crepipoda, the bivalve Mollusca, the tusk shells, Nautilus, squids, octopi, and chitons of South Australia.
R. K. Dell1959Some additional New Zealand cephalopods from Cook Strait.
M. C. Dunning, McKinnon, S., Lu, C. C., Yeatman, J.1994Demersal cephalopods of the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia.
M. Haimovici, Andriguetto J. M.1986Cephalopods in the bottom trawl fishing off Brazilian coast.
M. Haimovici, Perez J. A. A.1991Abundancia e distribuicao de cefalopodes em cruzeiros de prospeccao pesqueira demersal na plataforma externa e talude continental do sul do Brasil.
M. Haimovici, Pierce J. A.1992Coastal cephalopod fauna of southern Brazil.
J. M. Healy1989Spermatozoa of the deep-sea cephalopod Vampyroteuthis infernalis Chun: ultrastructure and possible phylogenetic significance.
P. J. Herring, Clarke, M. R., Boletzky, S. V.1981The light organs of Sepiola atlantica and Spirula spirula (Molluska: Cephalopoda): bacterial and intrinsic systems in the order Sepioidea.
W. E. Hoyle1912The Cephalopoda of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition.
T. W. Kirk1882Description of new Cephalopoda.
H. R. Leta1983Distribucion de algunas especies de cefalopodos del frente oceanico uruguayo.
H. R. Leta1981Biological aspects of the squid Illex argentinus.
J. H. Macpherson1966Port Phillip survey 1957-1963. Mollusca [cephalopod section].
A. L. Massy1916Mollusca. Part II Cephalopoda.
W. T. Meyer1909Cephalopoda.
K. N. Nesis1974Oceanic cephalopods from the southwest Atlantic Ocean.
J. H. Mac Pherson, Gabriel C. J.1962Cephalopoda, pp. 405-418.
P. Rancurel1970The stomach contents of Alepisaurus ferox in the southwest Pacific (cephalopods).
A. L. Reid1992Taxanomic review of the Australian Rossinae (Cephalopoda: Sepiolidae), with a description of a new species, Neorossia leptodons, and a redescription of N. caroli (Joubin, 1902).
D. A. Robertson, Roberts, P. E., Wilson, J. B.1978Mesopelagic faunal transition across the subtropical convergence east of New Zealand.
M. A. Salcedo-Vargas1992Checklist of the cephalopods from the Gulf of Mexico.
J. C. Verco, Cotton B. C.1928South Australian Cephalopoda.
G. L. Voss1962List of types and species of cephalopods in the collections of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.
R. H. Winstanley1976Food of the trevalla Hyperoglyphe porosa (Richardson) off southeastern Australia.
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