Literature References

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Anonymous1984Japan's 1982 fisheries production reaches record high.
Anonymous1983Japan's 1981 fisheries production hits new level.
Anonymous1979Insight into squid lighting scheme.
Anonymous1970Lack of squid hampers study into human nervous system.
Anonymous1970Mateless octopus startles scientists.
Anonymous1901Plague of Devilfish- The English Channel invaded by a horde of Octopi.
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W. Adam1983Cephalopoda from West and South Africa.
W. Adam1946A review of Robson's work on the cephalopoda.
T. Amaratunga1983The role of cephalopods in the marine ecosystem.
J. M. Arnold1979Squid. A review of their biology and fisheries.
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S. S. Berry1912A catalogue of Japanese Cephalopoda.
A. M. Bidder1970Some problems of cephalopod locomotion.
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F. G. Hochberg1982The "kidneys" of cephalopods: a unique habitat for parasites.
K. Hoydal1982Nominal catch (tonnes) of various species of fish, invertebrates and seaweeds taken by member countries in the ICES Statistical Area in 1980.
W. E. Hoyle1905The Cephalopoda.
M. Ishikawa1924On the phylogenetic position of the cephalopod genera of Japan based on the structure of statocysts.
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T. S. Kluchnik1978List of species and the distribution of oceanic squid larvae in the eastern Atlantic.
M. Kosaka1966Feeding habits of the angler-fish, Lophius litulon.
T. Koyama1976Japanese trawling gear for octopus and squid.
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