Literature References

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D. O. Alexeyev1994New data on the distribution and biology of squids from the southern Pacific.
G. Bello, Pipitone, C., Arculeo, M.1994Cephalopods from trawlable grounds of the Gulf of Castellammare.
L. B. Bonnaud, Boucher-Rodoni, R., Monnerot, M.1994Phylogeny of decapod cephalopods based on partial 16S rDNA nucleotide sequences.
R. K. Dell1952The recent Cephalopoda of New Zealand.
Z. Dong1981Cephalopod larvae from the northern South China Sea.
Z. Dong, Zheng, Y. Z., Zhu, S. Y.1988Cephalopod larvae from the southern East China Sea.
Y. Haneda, Tsuji F. I.1971Description of some luminous squids from the waters of northern New Guinea collected by R/V Tagula.
F. G. Hochberg1969Cephalopods as intermediate hosts for larval Didymozoids.
F. G. Hochberg1969Convergent evolution in cephalopod kidney parasites.
P. Jereb, Ragonese S.1990Sui cefalopodi di scarso o nullo interesse commerciale nei Canale di Sicilia.
L. Joubin1894Note sur les cephalopodes recuellis dans l'estomac d'un dauphin de la Mediterranee.
H. R. Leta1981Biological aspects of the squid Illex argentinus.
C. C. Lu, Clarke M. R.1975Vertical distribution of cephalopods at 40N, 53N and 60N at 20W in the North Atlantic.
K. N. Nesis1974Oceanic cephalopods from the southwest Atlantic Ocean.
K. N. Nesis1973Cephalopods of the eastern equatorial and southern Pacific.
T. Okutani, Tsukada S.1988Squids eaten by lancetfish and tunas in the tropical Indo-Pacific oceans.
R. M. Overstreet, Hochberg F. G.1975Digenetic trematodes in cephalopods.
C. F. E. Roper1972Ecology and vertical distribution of Mediterranean pelagic cephalopods, pp. 282-346.
S. Thore1948Cephalopoda collected by the "Skagerak" expedition in the eastern Atlantic 1946.
V. A. Wadley, Lu C. C.1983Distribution of mesopelagic cephalopods around a warm-core ring in the East Australian current.
G. A. Wolff1982A study of feeding relationships in tuna and porpoise through the application of cephalopod beak analysis.
G. A. Wolff1981A beak key for eight eastern tropical Pacific cephalopod species with relationships between their beak dimensions and size.
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