Literature References

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S. S. Berry1926A note on the occurrence and habits of a luminous squid (Abralia verany) at Madeira.
S. S. Berry1926A note on the occurrence and habits of a luminous squid (Abralia veranyi)
S. S. Berry1926A note on the occurrence and habits of a luminous squid (Abralia veranyi) at Madeira.
W. H. Dall1926Marine Mollusca collected by Frits Johansen in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Newfoundland in 1922, 1923 and 1925
D. Dott, Ranzi S.1926Experimental morphology research in Cephalopods
G. Grimpe1926Biologische boebachtungen an Sepia officinalis
G. Grimpe1926Biologische Beobachtungen an Sepia officinalis
T. Iredale1926The cuttle-fish "bones" of the Sydney beaches (Phyllum Mollusca - Class Cephalopoda).
M. Ishikawa1926Loligo yokoyae, a new species of myopsid Cephalopoda
M. Ishikawa1926Loligo yokoyae, a new species of myopsid Cephalopoda.
A. Meek, Goddard T. R.1926On two specimens of giant squid stranded on the Northumberland Coast.
S. Ranzi1926La circolazione del liquido perivitellino nell'uovo dei cefalopodi durante lo sviluppo embrionale
G. C. Robson1926Light-organs in littoral Cephalopoda
G. C. Robson1926Cephalopoda from N.W. African waters and the Biscayan region
G. C. Robson1926Notes on the Cephalopoda No.1. Descriptions of two new species of Octopus from southern India and Ceylon
G. C. Robson1926Notes on the Cephalopoda. 1. Descriptions of two new species of Octopus from South India and Ceylon
G. C. Robson1926On the hectocotylus of the Cephalopoda - a reconsideration
G. C. Robson1926Light organs in littoral Cephalopoda
G. C. Robson1926The deep-sea Octopoda.
G. C. Robson1926On the hectocotylus of the Cephalopoda- a reconsideration.
G. C. Robson1926Notes on the Cephalopoda. IIa. On the habits and structure of Sepiola atlantica.
G. C. Robson1926Notes on the Cephalopoda. IIb. On a new species of Sepioteuthis from Tobago.
G. C. Robson1926Light-organs in littoral Cephalopoda.
G. C. Robson1926Notes on the Cephalopoda. I. Descriptions of two new species of Octopus from Southern India and Ceylon.
G. C. Robson1926The Cephalopoda obtained by the S.S. Pickle. Supplementary report.
S. Skowron1926On the luminescence of some cephalopods.
R. Winckworth1926A list of the Cephalopoda in the Colombo Museum.
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