Literature References

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Anonymous1967Australian area cephalopod fisheries and marketing information.
W. Adam1973Cephalopoda from the Red Sea.
G. P. Arnold1979Squid: A review of their biology and fisheries.
G. Bianchi1985Field guide to the commercial marine and brackish-water species of Tanzania.
L. Boone1928Mollusca from tropical east American seas.
E. H. Chan, Karim M. N. A.1986Preliminary data on squids (Loliginidae) from the Matahari expedition, pp. 221-227.
S. Chang1962Commercial animals of China: marine mollusks, pp. 210-243. [translation]
L. T. Dees1961Cephalopods: cuttlefish, octopuses, squids.
J. A. Grieg1933Cephalopods from the west coast of Norway.
A. Guerra, Perez-Gandaras G.1983Las pesquerias mundiales de cefalopodos: situacion actual y perspectivas.
J. P. Hendrix, Hulet, W. H., Greenberg, M. J.1981Salinity tolerance and the responses to hypoosmotic stress of the bay squid Lolliguncula brevis, euryhaline cephalopod mollusc.
F. G. Hochberg, Fields W. G.1980Cephalopoda: the squids and octopuses.
W. E. Hoyle1904"Albatross", report on the Cephalopoda.
J. H. Macpherson1966Port Phillip survey 1957-1963. Mollusca [cephalopod section].
B. Mesnil1977L'exploitation des cephalopodes situation et perspectives.
T. Okutani1977Stock assessment of cephalopod resources fished by Japan.
R. Boucher-Rodoni, Mangold K. M.1989Respiration and nitrogen excretion by the squid Loligo forbesi.
R. Sarvesan1974Cephalopods.
S. Thore1959Reports of the Lund University Chile Expedition, 1948-49. Cephalopoda.
A. E. Verrill1880The cephalopods of the northeastern coast of America. Part II. The smaller cephalopods, including the "squids" and the octopi and other allied forms.
G. L. Voss1971Cephalopods collected by the R/V John Elliott Pillsbury in the Gulf of Panama in 1967.
G. L. Voss, Opresko, L., Thomas, R. F.1973The potentially commercial species of octopus and squid of Florida, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean area.
G. L. Voss, Williamson G. R.1971Cephalopods of Hong Kong.
M. J. Wells1962Brain and behavior in cephalopods.
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