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Anonymous1990Last of the jet set.
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W. Adam1938On a few octopods of the Andamans Islands.
I. I. Akimushkin1957Cephalopod fauna of the far eastern seas of the U.S.S.R.
F. A. Aldrich, Bradbury H. E.1970Locomotion in giant squids of the family Architeuthidae.
D. O. Alexeyev, Bizikov, V. A., Khromov, D. N.1989Underwater observations on behavior and distribution of squid Berryteuthis magister and other cephalopods in the north-west Pacific Ocean.
R. F. Ambrose1981Observations on the embryonic development and early post-embryonic behavior of Octopus bimaculatus (Mollusca: Cephalopoda).
V. G. Ampola1974Squid - its potential and status as a U.S. food resource.
G. F. Arata1954A note on the flying behavior of certain squids.
H. Araya, Kawasaki S.1962On the locomotion of the squids, Ommastrephes sloani pacificus (Steenstrup), in the Okhotsk Sea along the coast of Hokkaido during the autumn of 1961.
R. B. Aronson1986Diving in an Octopus's garden.
J. Baldwin1987Energy metabolism of Nautilus swimming muscles, pp. 325-329.
J. Baldwin, England W. R.1980A comparison of anaerobic energy metabolism in mantle and tentacle muscle of the blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena maculosa, during swimming.
B. A. Bennett1978Underwater observations of the squid Illex illecebrosus in the Newfoundland inshore waters.
B. I. Bergstrom1985Aspects of natural foraging by Sepietta oweniana (Mollusca, Cephalopoda).
S. S. Berry1955On recent Californian occurrence of the rare octopod Ocythoe.
A. M. Bidder1970Some problems of cephalopod locomotion.
A. M. Bidder1968Some problems of cephalopod locomotion.
A. M. Bidder1963Cephalopod locomotion.
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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.
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O. Brix, Lykkeboe, G., Johansen, K.1981The significance of the linkage between the Bohr and Haldane effects in cephalopod bloods.
H. Brooks1887Preliminary remarks on the structure of the siphon and funnel of Nautilus pompilius.
A. F. Bruun1943The biology of Spirula spirula.
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L. A. Burgess1991Nautilus: the pearly of chambered nautilus.
R. Burn1959Molluscan field notes- Part 3.
J. A. Chamberlain1990Jet propulsion of nautilus: A surviving example of early Paleozoic cephalopod locomotor design.
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J. A. Chamberlain1976Flow patterns and drag coefficients of cephalopod shells.
S. Chang1962Commercial animals of China: marine mollusks, pp. 210-243. [translation]
J. G. Children1823Lamark's genera of shells, monothalamus cephalopoda.
M. R. Clarke1988Squids.
M. R. Clarke1988Evolution of buoyancy and locomation of recent cephalopods (pp. 203-213).
M. R. Clarke1985Cephalopods in the diet of cetaceans and seals.
M. R. Clarke1962Respiratory and swimming movements in the cephalopod Cranchia scabra.
M. R. Clarke, Denton, E. J., Gilpin-Brown, J. B.1969On the buoyancy of squid of the families, Histioteuthidae, Octopoteuthidae and Chiroteuthidae.
K. S. Cole, Gilbert D. L.1970Jet propulsion of squid.
W. F. Colmers, Hixon, R. F., Hanlon, R. T.1984"Spinner" cephalopods: defects of statocyst suprastructures in an invertebrate analogue of the vestibular apparatus.
J. Y. Cousteau, Diole P.1973Octopus and squid. The soft intelligence.
R. O. Cunningham1871Notes on the reptiles, Amphibia, fishes, Mollusca and Crustacea obtained during the voyage of the H.M.S. 'Nassau' in the years 1866-69.
R. A. Davis1973Sea squirts: the nautilus: a window to the past.
E. J. Denton1971Examples of the use of active transport of salts and water to give buoyancy in the sea.

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