Literature References

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M. Hamabe1964Study on the migration of squid (Ommastrephes sloani pacificus Steenstrup) as related to the phases of the moon
M. Hamabe1964Study on the migration of squid (Ommastrephes sloani pacificus Steenstrup) as related to the phases of the moon
M. Hamabe1964Study on the migration of squid (Ommastrephes sloani pacificus Steenstrup) with reference to the phases of the moon.
M. Hamabe, Kawakami, K., Watabe, Y., Okuta, T.1976Review of cephalopod resources and their exploitation by Japan.
M. Hamabe, Kawakami, T., Watabe, Y., Okutani, T.1976Perspectives for Japanese overseas squid fisheries.
M. Hamabe, Kawakami, T., Watabe, Y., Okutani, T.1975Perspectives for Japanese overseas squid fisheries.
M. Hamabe, Kawakami, T., Watabe, T., Okuya, T.1975Views on the development of overseas squid pole and line fishing.
M. Hamabe, Saito, R., Kawakami, T.1974A trial to inference of locating fishing grounds for New Zealand Nototodarus sloani sloani (Gray) from information concerning propagation of Japanese Todarodes pacificus (Steenstrup).
M. Hamabe, Shimizu T.1966Ecological studies of the common squid, Todarodes pacificus, Steenstrup mainly in the southwestern waters of the Japan Sea.
M. Hamabe, Shimizu T.1966Ecological studies on the common squid, Todarodes pacificus Steenstrup, mainly in the southwestern waters of the Sea of Japan.
M. Hamabe, Shimizu T.1959Littoral aggregation of the squid near the Oki Islands--II.
M. Hamabe, Shimizu T.1955On "Yori" phenomenon of cuttlefish (Ommastrephes sloani pacificus Steenstrup).
T. Kawakami, Sasagawa, Y., Hamabe, M.1972A preliminary note on the ecology of the ommastrephid squid Nototodarus sloani sloani (Gray) in New Zealand waters.
T. Shimizu, Hamabe M.1966On tagging experiment on the common squid in the waters around the Tsushima Islands, Nagasaki Prefecture.
H. Suzuki, Hamabe M.1976Ecological studies on the common squid, Todarodes pacificus in the offshore area in the Sea of Japan. I. The condition of the squid shoals moving across the Tsushima warm current front viewed from distribution and structure of the North-going shoals.
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