Literature References

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W. Adam1954Cephalopoda Part III, IV - Cephalopodes a l'exclusion des genres Sepia, Sepiella and Sepioteuthis.
S. S. Berry1920Preliminary diagnosis of new cephalopods from the Western Atlantic.
S. S. Berry1909Diagnoses of new cephalopods from the Hawaiian Islands.
C. Chun1913Cephalopoda from the "Michael Sars" North Atlantic.
M. R. Clarke1978The cephalopod statolith. An introduction to its form.
M. R. Clarke1969Cephalopoda collected on the Sond cruise.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1980Cephalopod remains from sperm whales caught off Western Canada.
M. R. Clarke, Maddock L.1988Statoliths from living species of cephalopods and evolution (pp. 269-184).
M. R. Clarke, Prince P. A.1981Cephalopod remains in regurgitations of black-browed and grey-headed albatrosses at South Georgia.
D. Doubilet, Clark E.1990Suruga Bay, in the shadow of Mount Fiji.
C. H. Fiscus1982Predation by marine mammals on squids of the eastern North Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea.
C. H. Fiscus, Rice, D. W., Wolman, A. A.1989Cephalopods from the stomachs of sperm whales taken off California.
A. F. Gonazalez, Lopez, A., Guerra, A., Barreiro, A.1994Diets of marine mammals stranded on the northwestern Spanish Atlantic coast with special reference to cephalopoda.
W. E. Hoyle1904"Albatross", report on the Cephalopoda.
I. L. K. Iverson1971Albacore food habits.
M. S. Lowry, Oliver C. W.1986The food habits of the California sea lion, Zalophus californianus, at San Clemente Island, California, September 1981 through March 1983.
K. N. Nesis1982Zoogeography of the world ocean: comparison of pelagic zones and shelf regions (based upon cephalopod molluscs).
M. Nixon1987Cephalopod diets, pp. 201-219.
T. Okutani1969Synopsis of bathyal and abyssal megalo-invertebrates from Sagami Bay and the south off Boso Peninsula trawled by the R/V Soyo-Maro.
T. Okutani, Kubota T.1976Cephalopods eaten by lancet fish, Alepisaurus ferox Lowe, in Suruga Bay Japan.
G. C. Robson1924On the Cephalopoda obtained in South African waters by Dr. J.D.F. Gilchrist in 1920-21.
P. G. Rodhouse1990Cephalopod fauna of the Scotish Sea at South Georgia: potential for commercial exploitation and possible consequences (pp. 289-298).
P. G. Rodhouse, Prince, P. A., Clarke, M. R.1990Cephalopod prey of the grey-headed albatross Diomedea chrysostoma.
M. Sasaki1920Report of cephalopods collected during 1906 by the United States Bureau of Fisheries Steamer "Albatross" in the Northwestern Pacific.
A. E. Verrill1881Report on the cephalopods and some additional species dredged by the U.S. Fish Commission steamer "Fish Hawk", during the season of 1800.
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.
R. E. Young, Roper, C. F. E., Mangold, K. M.1979Luminescence from non-bioluminescent tissues in oceanic cephalopods.
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