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I. I. Akimushkin1957Cephalopod fauna of the far eastern seas of the U.S.S.R.
R. F. Ambrose1981Observations on the embryonic development and early post-embryonic behavior of Octopus bimaculatus (Mollusca: Cephalopoda).
H. D. Blainville1827Seche, Sepia.
H. D. Blainville1823Sur les especes du genre calmar (Loligo, Larmarck).
S. V. Boletzky1993Development and reproduction in the evolutionary biology of cephalopoda.
S. V. Boletzky1991An eyeball game.
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L. A. Burgess1991Nautilus: the pearly of chambered nautilus.
J. A. Chamberlain1990Jet propulsion of nautilus: A surviving example of early Paleozoic cephalopod locomotor design.
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M. R. Clarke1988Squids.
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J. Edgecombe1986Squids supreme jet-setters of the sea.
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J. B. Gilpin-Brown1972Bouyancy mechanisms of cephalopods in relation to pressure.
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F. W. Lane1960Kingdom of the Octopus.
H. Lee1875The octopus; or, the "devil-fish" of fiction and of fact.
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E. G. Macalaster1977Cephalopods in the Nova Scotia Museum collections.
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A. Murray1874Letter to the secretary of the Boston Society of Natural History.
K. N. Nesis1974Giant squids.
S. Nishimura1966Notes on the occurrence and biology of the oceanic squid, Thysanoteuthis rhombus Troschel in Japan.
R. K. O'Dor, Webber D. M.1986The constraints on cephalopods: why squids aren't fish.
A. Packard1972Cephalopods and fish: the limits of convergence.
A. Packard1966Operational convergence between cephalopods and fish: an exercise in functional anatomy.
W. T. Pereyra1965New records and observations on the flapjack devilfish, Opisthoteuthis californiana Berry.
G. E. Pickford1946Vampyroteuthis infernalis Chub. An archaic dibranchiate cephalopod. I. Natural history and distribution.
G. C. Robson1932A monograph of the recent Cephalopoda based on the collections of the British Museum (Natural History). Part II. The Octopoda (excluding the Octopodinae).
A. Rosenfeld1980The nervy squid.
Lv. Salvini-Plawen1974The Cephalopods. pp. 190-225.
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M. Sparrow1983Squid, the super mollusk.
J. Stocker1978Pity the poor devilfish.
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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.
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