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J. Z. Young1958Squids, cuttlefishes and octopuses.
J. Z. Young1988Evolution of the cephalopod brain (pp.215-228).
J. Z. Young1989The angular acceleration receptor system of diverse cephalopods.
B. B. Woodward1923Note on the capture of Spirula alive.
N. Watabe1988Shell structure, pp. 69-104.
P. D. Ward, Martin A. W.1978On the bouyancy of the pearly Nautilus.
V. A. Wadley, Lu C. C.1983Distribution of mesopelagic cephalopods around a warm-core ring in the East Australian current.
G. L. Voss1954Cephalopods of the Gulf of Mexico.
G. L. Voss1955The Cephalopoda obtained by the Harvard-Havana expedition off the coast of Cuba in 1939.
G. L. Voss1956A checklist of the cephalopods of Florida.
G. L. Voss1958The cephalopods collected by the R/V Atlantis during the West Indian cruise of 1954.
G. L. Voss1960Bermudan cephalopods.
M. A. Salcedo-Vargas1992Checklist of the cephalopods from the Gulf of Mexico.
J. Steenstrup1881Sepiadarium and Idiosepius two new genera of the family of Sepia. With remarks on the two related forms Sepioloidea d'Orb. and Spirula Lmk, pp. 83-106.
S. T. Satyamurti1956The Mollusca of Krusadai Island in the Gulf of Manaar. II. Scaphopoda, Pelecypoda and Cephalopoda.
A. T. de Rochebrune1885Les vers, les mollusques, les echinodermes, les zoophytes et les protozoaires.
D. A. Robertson, Roberts, P. E., Wilson, J. B.1978Mesopelagic faunal transition across the subtropical convergence east of New Zealand.
J. H. Mac Pherson, Gabriel C. J.1962Cephalopoda, pp. 405-418.
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T. Okutani, Suzuki K.1975Concurrence of bathypelagic Spirula spirula and epipelagic Argonauta boettgeri in stomach contents of a yellowfin tuna from the Indian Ocean.
M. Nixon1987Cephalopod diets, pp. 201-219.
C. M. Nigmatullin1972Biology and fishery of cuttlefish on the shelf of northwestern Africa.
B. J. Muus1963Cephalopoda; Suborder Sepioidea.
H. Mutvei1964On the shells of Nautilus and Spirula with notes on the shell secretion in non-cephalopod Mollusks.
E. G. Macalaster1977Cephalopods in the Nova Scotia Museum collections.
E. Lönnberg1896Notes on Spirula reticulata Owen and its phylogeny.
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.
A. Lafont1868Note pour sevir a la faune de la gironde contenant la liste des animaux marins dont la presence a arcachon a ete constatee pendant les annees.
E. Korschelt, Heider K.1900Cephalopoda, pp. 235-314.
J. Kitchell1978Bouyancy architecture. Evolution and invention of Nautilus.
J. G. Kerr1931Notes upon the Dana specimens of Spirula and upon certain problems of cephalopod morphology.
L. Joubin1910Sur une jeune spirule.
L. Joubin1910Observations sur une jeune Spirula.
L. Joleaud1931Transport par le vent de coquille de cephalopodes (spirules) sur les cotes du Maroc.
M. W. Jepps1981Appendix. On a parasitic ciliate from Spirula.
M. J. Imber1973The food of grey-faced petrels (Pterodroma macroptera Gouldi (Hutton)),with special reference to diurnal vertical migration of their prey.
T. H. Huxley, Pelsenger P.1895Observations on Spirula.
S. Hunt, Nixon M.1981A comparative study of protein composition in the chitin-protein composition complexes of the beak, pen, sucker disc, radula and oesophageal cuticle of cephalopods.
P. J. Herring, Clarke, M. R., Boletzky, S. V.1981The light organs of Sepiola atlantica and Spirula spirula (Molluska: Cephalopoda): bacterial and intrinsic systems in the order Sepioidea.
J. M. Healy1989Spermatozoa of the deep-sea cephalopod Vampyroteuthis infernalis Chun: ultrastructure and possible phylogenetic significance.
E. N. Harvey1952Cephalopoda, pp. 269-296.
J. E. Gray1845On the Animal Spirula.
A. A. Girard1890Revision des cephalopodes du Museum de Lisborne.
J. B. Gilpin-Brown1972Bouyancy mechanisms of cephalopods in relation to pressure.
E. J. Denton, Gilpin-Brown, J. B., Howarth, J. V.1967On the bouyancy of Spirula spirula.
E. J. Denton, Gilpin-Brown J. B.1971Further observations on the buoyancy of Spirula.
E. J. Denton1971Examples of the use of active transport of salts and water to give buoyancy in the sea.
E. J. Denton1974Croonian Lecture, 1973: On buoyancy and the lives of modern and fossil cephalopods.
R. K. Dell1952The recent Cephalopoda of New Zealand.

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