Literature References

AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
R. E. Young, Harman R. F.1988"Larva", "paralarva" and "subadult" in cephalopod terminology.
C. Chun1910[TITLE BLANK]
S. S. Berry1912A catalogue of Japanese Cephalopoda.
G. C. Robson1932A monograph of the recent Cephalopoda based on the collections in the British Museum (Natural History). Part II. The Octopoda (excluding the Octopodinae)
G. L. Voss1983A review of cephalopod fisheries biology.
W. Adam1946A review of Robson's work on the cephalopoda.
H. E. Kumphe1958A study of the Bathypolypus arcticus-bairdii-lentus-obesus complex of the North Atlantic (Cephalopoda, Octopoda)
C. C. Lu, Phillips J. U.1985An annotated checklist of the Cephalopoda from Australian waters.
T. Koyama, Yajima, S., Mitugi, S., Taketomi, T.1967An experiment on electric shock trawling for octopus.
J. F. Caddy, Csirke J.1983Approximations to sustainable yield for exploited and unexploited stocks.
R. D. Wildman1964Aquaculture in the National Sea Grant Program.
M. R. Clarke1977Beaks, nets, and numbers.
G. L. Voss1960Bermudan cephalopods.
A. Pujol, J. N.1972Biological value of the protein of flying fish, cuttlefish and octopus and canned sea squid.
T. Okutani1984Biology of Cephalopoda – 32. Ecology of planktonic Octopoda
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Swanborn1971Cephalopod lens protiens.
K. C. Vaught1989Cephalopoda (pp. 110-113).
W. Adam1983Cephalopoda from West and South Africa.
C. C. Lu, Roper C. F. E.1975Cephalopoda obtained during selected MARMAP cruises in the Western Atlantic.
M. C. Mercer1967Cephalopoda of Canada: a preliminary review.
S. S. Berry1916Cephalopoda of the Kermadec Islands.
G. C. Robson1930Cephalopoda, I. Octopoda
S. Chang, Chi C. Y.1961Cephalopoda.
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1977Cephalopoda: Octopoda
C. C. Lu, Roper C. F. E.1979Cephalopods from deepwater dumpsite 106 (Western Atlantic): vertical distribution and seasonal abundance.
G. L. Voss1954Cephalopods of the Gulf of Mexico.
I. Everson1977Cephalopods, pp. 69-74.
A. Dragovich, Potthoff T.1972Comparative study of skipjack and yellowfin tunas off the coast of West Africa.
A. Suda1973Development of fisheries for nonconventional species.
P. Fioroni1977Developmental types of cephalopods.
J. A. Pereiro, J. de Laguna B.1979Dinamica de la poblacion y evaluacion de los recursos del pulpo del Atlantico centro-oriental.
T. Kubodera, Jefferts K.1984Distribution and abundance of the early life stages of squid, primarily Gonatidae (Cephalopoda, Oegopsida) in the northern North Pacific (Part 1).
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M. E. Re1980Estudio taxono'mico de Enteroctopus megalocyathus (Gould) (Cephalopoda, Octopoda) con notas sobre su biologi'a e pesca
S. V. Boletzky1992Evolutionary aspects of development, life style, and reproductive mode in incirrate octopods (Mollusca, Cephalopoda).
K. Kurogane1968Experimental comparison of fishing power of longline for bottom fishes in the north Pacific.
M. Kosaka1966Feeding habits of the angler-fish, Lophius litulon.
R. J. Roberts1980Fish vet's diary: Octopod dermatitis.
M. P. Paiva, Cervigon F.1969Fishery resources on the northeast coast of South America.
I. L. K. Iverson, Pinkas L.1971Food habits of albacore, bluefin tuna, and bonito in California waters. A pictorial guide to beaks of certain Eastern Pacific cephalopods.
G. L. Voss1963Function and comparative morphology of the funnel organ in cephalopods..
T. Kubodera, Okutani T.1981Gonatus middendorffi, a new species of gonatid squid from the northern North Pacific, with notes on morphological changes and distribution in immature stages (Cephalopoda, Oegopsida)
C. F. E. Roper, Voss G. L.1983Guidelines for taxonomic descriptions of cephalopod species.
C. E. Lea, Wormuth J. H.1981Gulf Stream cyclonic rings experiment: Pelagic cephalopod data report: Time series cruises KNORR 62, 65, 71 and ENDEAVOR 11.
E. Willassen1986Haliphron atlanticus Steenstrup (Cephalopoda: Octopoda) from the coast of Norway
Anonymous1979Insight into squid lighting scheme.
M. R. Clarke, Trueman E. R.1988Introduction (pp. 1-10).
S. Thore1949Investigations on the "Dana" Octopoda. Part I. Bolitaeniidae, Amphitretidae, Vitreledonellidae and Alloposidae.


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