Literature References

AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
M. M. Wells1928Breeding habits of octopus
G. C. Robson1928Cephalopodes des mers d'Indochine
G. C. Robson1928Cephalopodes des mers d'Indochine.
A. Jullien1928Contribution histophysiologique a l'etude de l'inflammation chez la seiche.
A. Naef1928Die Cephalopoden (Embryologie)
A. Naef1928Die Cephalopoden. Embryologie
A. Naef1928Embryologie
O. Nordgard1928Faunistic notes on marine evertebrates III.
O. Nordgard1928Faunistic notes on marine evertebrates. II.
D. A. Thompson1928How to catch cuttlefish
L. Boone1928Mollusca from tropical east American seas.
L. Boone1928Mollusks from the Gulf of California and the Perlas Islands.
G. C. Robson1928Notes on the Cephalopoda. 4. On Octopus aegina Gray
G. C. Robson1928Notes on the Cephalopoda. 5. On the oviposition of Octopus rugosus
G. C. Robson1928Notes on the Cephalopoda. 6. On Grimpella, a new genus of Octopoda, with remarks on the classification of the Octopodidae
G. C. Robson1928Notes on the Cephalopoda. VI. On Grimpella, a new genus of Octopoda, with remarks on the classification of the Octopodidae.
A. L. Massy1928On the Cephalopoda of the Natal Museum- Part II.
G. C. Robson1928On the giant octopus of New Zealand, with remarks on the systematic value of the octopod web
T. Kishitani1928On the luminous organs of Watasenia scintillans
J. C. Verco, Cotton B. C.1928South Australian Cephalopoda.
A. Jullin1928Sur L'Epithelium du Manteau de la Seiche
A. L. Massy1928The Cephalopoda of the Irish coast
A. L. Massy1928The Cephalopoda of the Irish coast.
R. Winckworth1928The hectocotylus of Octopus octopodia (L.)
G. C. Robson1928The species problem
A. Anonymous1928untitled
G. C. Robson1928XVIII - Notes on the Cephalopoda - VI On grimpella a new genus of Octopoda, with remarks on the classification of the Octopodidae
A. Portmann, Bidder A. M.1928Yolk-absorption in Loligo and the function of the embryonic liver and pancreas
A. D. Portmann, Bidder A. M.1928Yolk-absorption in Loligo and the function of the embryonic liver and pancreas.
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