Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
C. A. Lesueur1821Descriptions of several new species of cuttle-fish.
C. A. Lesueur1822On the Onykia angulata.
R. Owen1836Descriptions of some new or rare cephalopoda.
J. B. Verany1839Memoire sur deux nouvelles especes de cephalopodes.
J. Rose1853Occurence of Onychoteuthis banksii at Banff N.B.
J. Steenstrup1857Professor Steenstrup exhibited and described some new cephalopods, Dosidicus Eschrichtii Stp. and Onychoteuthis(?), p. 16.
W. M. Gabb1862Description of two species of cephalopods in the Museum of the California Academy of Natural Sciences.
W. H. Dall1873Aleutian cephalopods.
A. E. Verrill1879The cephalopods of the north-eastern coast of America. Part I. The gigantic squids (Architeuthis) and their allies with observations on similar large species from foreign localities.
E. A. Smith1881Account of the zoological collections made during the survey of H.M.S. Alert in the Straits of Magellan and on the coast of Patagonia. IV. Mollusca and Molluscoida.
R. Owen1881Descriptions of some new and rare Cephalopoda. Part II.
A. E. Verrill1882Report on the cephalopods of the northeastern coast of America.
A. E. Verrill1885Third catalogue of Mollusca recently added to the fauna of the New England coast and the adjacent parts of the Atlantic consisting mostly of deep-sea species with notes on others previously recorded.
J. V. Carus1889Class cephalopoda.
A. A. Girard1890Revision des cephalopodes du Museum de Lisborne.
A. A. Girard1892The cephalopods of the Azores Islands and the island of Madeira.
L. Joubin1893Sur la repartition des cephalopodes sur les cotes de France.
D. Sardegna1894La enumerazione dei Molluschi.
E. S. Goodrich1896Cephalopoda from the Calcutta Museum.
E. Lönnberg1896Notes on some rare cephalopods.
E. Lönnberg1898On the cephalopods collected by the Swedish expedition to Tierra del Fuego, 1895-1896.
A. W. Thompson1900On a rare cuttlefish, Ancistroteuthis robusta (Dall) Steenstrup.
L. Joubin1903Sur quelques cephalopodes recueillis pendant les dernieres campagnes de S.A.S. le Prince de Monaco (1901-1902).
W. E. Hoyle1904"Albatross", report on the Cephalopoda.
W. E. Hoyle1906The Cephalopoda.
W. E. Hoyle1907The luminous organs of some cephalopoda from the Pacific Ocean.
S. S. Berry1912On a cephalopod new to California with a note on another species.
S. S. Berry1912A review of the cephalopods of Western North America.
W. E. Hoyle1912The Cephalopoda of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition.
S. S. Berry1913Some new Hawaiian cephalopods.
S. S. Berry1913Notes on some West American cephalopods.
S. S. Berry1913Notes on a collection of cephalopods from the Kermadec Islands.
C. Ishikawa1914On a new species of Moroteuthis from the Bay of Sagami, M. lonnbergii
S. S. Berry1914The cephalopoda of the Hawaiian Islands.
C. Ishikawa, Wakiya Y.1914Note on a gigantic squid obtained from the stomach of a sperm whale.
C. Ishakawa, Wakiya Y.1914On a new species of Moroteuthis from the Bay of Sagami, M. Lonnbergii.
S. S. Berry1916Cephalopoda of the Kermadec Islands.
A. L. Massy1916Mollusca. Part II Cephalopoda.
M. Sasaki1916Notes on oegopsid cephalopods found in Japan.
G. C. Robson1924On the Cephalopoda obtained in South African waters by Dr. J.D.F. Gilchrist in 1920-21.
G. C. Robson1924Preliminary report on the Cephalopoda procured by the S.S. "Pickle".
M. Ishikawa1926Loligo yokoyae, a new species of myopsid Cephalopoda
Y. K. Okada1927Contribution a l'etude des cephalopodes lumineux (notes preliminaires)..
L. Boone1928Mollusks from the Gulf of California and the Perlas Islands.
M. Ishikawa1929On the statocyst of the American cephalopod genera.
B. C. Cotton, Godfrey F. K.1940A systematic list of the Pelycepoda, Scaphopoda, Cephalopoda and Crepipoda, the bivalve Mollusca, the tusk shells, Nautilus, squids, octopi, and chitons of South Australia.
H. Nouvel1945Les dicyemides de quelques cephalopodes des cotes Francaises avec indication de la presence de chromidines.
G. C. Robson1948The Cephalopoda Decapoda of the "Arcturus" Oceanographic Expedition, 1925.
S. Thore1948Cephalopoda collected by the "Skagerak" expedition in the eastern Atlantic 1946.
W. J. Rees1949Note on the hooked squid, Onychoteuthis banksi.


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