Literature References

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Anonymous1993Lost larvae?
Anonymous1993Report of the study group on cephalopod biology.
Anonymous1991Close encounters of another kind.
Anonymous1989A lot of calamari.
Anonymous1988Giant squid caught.
Anonymous1983Pumps catch squid.
Anonymous1983A whale of a squid.
Anonymous1982Squid workshop held at Honolulu laboratory.
Anonymous1978Big squid is largest on record.
Anonymous1978Squid squib.
Anonymous1975The squid - nourishing, abundant and undervalued.
Anonymous1974Squid alert.
Anonymous1974Market squid characteristics and fishery development.
Anonymous1970When squid come in, Monterey fishermen go out.
Anonymous1970Squid slurp is tested successfully.
Anonymous1970Mating games octopi play.
Anonymous1965Northern Pacific Fur Seal Commission report on investigations from 1958 to 1961. Presented to the Northern Pacific Fur Seal Commission by the standing scientific committee on 26 November 1962.
CECAF1980Conclusions of the preliminary meeting on cephalopods.
FAO1982Japan squid fisheries.
FAO1975Expert consultation on fishing for squid and other cephalopods.
FAO1975Report of the second session of the fishery committee for the eastern central Atlantic (CECAF) working party on resources evaluation.
F. J.1982Squid swarm.
ICES1994Report of the study group on the life history and assessment of cephalopods.
ICES1988Report of the study group on squid assessment.
R. Abbes1970Remarques sur quelques cephalopodes mesopelagique du Golfe de Gascogne..
W. B. Abrahams1976Oceanography of Carmel and South Monterey Bays.
Dde Molina A. Acevedo, Fernandez, J. C. Santana, J. Telleria, A., R. de Garizurieta, G. Beltran1993Parametros biologico-pesqueros de algunas especies de la familia Sepiidae Keferstein, 1866, obtenidos en las campanas IBNSINA (1980-1982).
W. Adam1983Cephalopoda from West and South Africa.
W. Adam1967Cephalopoda from the Mediterranean Sea.
W. Adam1962Cephalopods of the Archipelago of Cap-Vert from Angola and Mozambique.
W. Adam1961Scientific results of the voyages of the Calypso. V. Cephalopods.
W. Adam1937Resultats scientifiques des croisieres du Navire-Ecole Belge "Mercator", IV. Cephalopoda.
W. Adam1932Notes on the cephalopods. I. Anomaly of the club tentacles in Alloteuthis subulata Lamarck.
F. A. Aldrich, Lu C. C.1968A reconsideration of forms of squid of the genus Illex (Illecinae, Ommastrephidae) in Newfoundland waters.
C. Allue, Lloris, D., Rucabado, J., Guerra, A.1977Fichas de identificacion de especies Atlantico Oriental. Estrecho de Gibralter - Cabo Verde (Zona CECAF 34).
J. R. R. Ally1976Starch-gel electrophoretic comparison of phosphoglucomutase of market squid, Loligo opalescens, from southern California.
J. R. R. Ally, Charleston, P. N., Christofferson, J. P.1976A preliminary study of selected tissue proteins from the California market squid, Loligo opalescens Berry.
C. O. Van Regter Altena1971Rugschilden van Sepia bertheloti aangespoeld in Nederland.
R. F. Ambrose1981Observations on the embryonic development and early post-embryonic behavior of Octopus bimaculatus (Mollusca: Cephalopoda).
D. Amos1983Squid trawling gear and techniques, pp. 28-36.
V. G. Ampola1974Squid - its potential and status as a U.S. food resource.
R. C. Anderson1996What does a giant Pacific octopus eat?
R. C. Anderson1996Octopus encounter at Slant Rock.
R. C. Anderson1996Records of Moroteuthis robusta (Cephalopoda: Onychoteuthidae) in Puget Sound (Washington state, U.S.A.).
R. C. Anderson1986Cephalopods at the Seattle Aquarium.
G. A. Antonelis, Fiscus C. H.1980The pinnipeds of the California current.
G. A. Antonelis, Fiscus, C. H., DeLong, R. L.1984Spring and summer prey of California sea lions, Zalophus californianus, at San Miguel Island, California, 1978-1979.
G. A. Antonelis, Lowry, M. S., Fiscus, C. H., Stewart, B. S., DeLong, R. L.1994Diet of the northern elephant seal.
G. A. Antonelis, Perez M. A.1984Estimated annual food consumption by northern fur seals in the California current.
A. I. Arkhipkin1995Age, growth and maturation of the European squid Loligo vulgaris (Myopsida, Loliginidae) on the west Saharan shelf.

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