Literature References

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1994Opinion 1768: Taningia danae Joubin, 1931 (Mollusca, Cephalopoda): given precedence over Octopodoteuthis persica Naef, 1923
W. Adam1960The cephalopods of the French Institute in Black Africa-II.
G. A. Antonelis, Fiscus C. H.1980The pinnipeds of the California current.
G. A. Antonelis, Lowry, M. S., Fiscus, C. H., Stewart, B. S., DeLong, R. L.1994Diet of the northern elephant seal.
A. I. Arkhipkin, Fedulov P. P.1986Diel movements of juvenile Illex illecebrosus and other cephalopods in the shelf water-slope water frontal zone off the Scotain shelf in spring..
A. I. Arkhipkin, Shchetinnikov A. S.1989Fauna and distribution of the young and adult pelagic Cephalopoda of the Gulf of Guinea.
D. M. Baltz, Morejohn G. V.1977Food habits and niche overlap of seabirds wintering on Monterey Bay, California.
G. Bello1986A catalgue of the cephalopods living in the Mediterranean.
G. Bello, Borri M.1990Nomi italiani dei cefalopodi delle schede di identificazione FAO delle specie di interesse alieutico.
G. M. Belyaev1964Rostra of cephalopods in oceanic bottom sediments.
S. S. Berry1909Diagnoses of new cephalopods from the Hawaiian Islands
C. Blanco, Aznar, J., Raga, J. A.1995Cephalopods in the diet of striped dolphin Stenella coeruleoalba from the western Mediterranean during an epizootic in 1990.
S. V. Boletzky1973Results of the Cineca-Charcot I Cruise.
S. B. Brandt1983Pelagic squid association with a warm-core eddy of the east Australian current.
S. L. Bush, Robison, B. H., Caldwell, R. L.2009Behaving in the dark: locomotor, chromatic, postural, and bioluminescent behaviors of the deep-sea squid Octopoteuthis deletron Young 1972
S. L. Bush, Robison, B. H., Caldwell, R. L.2009Behaving in the dark: locomotor, chromatic, postural, and bioluminescent behaviors of the deep-sea squid Octopoteuthis deletron Young 1972
L. - S. Chou, Bright, A. M., Yeh, S. - Y.1995Stomach contents of dolphins (Delphinus delphis and Lissodelphis borealis) from the north Pacific Ocean.
M. R. Clarke1967A deep-sea squid, Taningia danae Joubin, 1931
A. Clarke, Clarke, M. R., Holmes, L. J., Waters, T. D.1985Calorific values and elemental analysis of eleven species of oceanic squids (Mollusca: Cephalopoda).
M. R. Clarke1988Evolution of buoyancy and locomation of recent cephalopods (pp. 203-213).
M. R. Clarke1980Squids and whales.
M. R. Clarke1980Cephalopoda in the diet of sperm whales of the southern hemisphere and their bearing on sperm whale biology.
M. R. Clarke1967A deep-sea squid, Taningia danae Joubini, 1931
M. R. Clarke1967A deep-sea squid, Taningia danae Joubin, 1931.
M. R. Clarke1963Economic importance of North Atlantic squids.
M. R. Clarke, Croxall, J. P., Prince, P. A.1981Cephalopod remains in regurgitations of the wandering albatross (Diomedea exulans L.) at South Georgia.
M. R. Clarke, Denton, E. J., Gilpin-Brown, J. B.1969On the buoyancy of squid of the families, Histioteuthidae, Octopoteuthidae and Chiroteuthidae.
M. R. Clarke, Kristensen T. K.1980Cephalopod beaks from the stomachs of two northern bottlenosed whales (Hyperoodon ampullatus).
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1980Cephalopod remains from sperm whales caught off Western Canada.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1976Cephalopods remains from the Sperm whales caught off Iceland
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1976Cephalopod remains from sperm whales caught off Iceland.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1976Cephalopod remains from sperm whales caught off Iceland.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1974Cephalopod remains from a sperm whale caught off Vigo, Spain.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod, N., Castello, H. P.1980Cephalopod remains from the stomach of a sperm whale stranded at Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod, N., Paliza, O.1976Cephalopod remains from the stomachs of Sperm whales caught off Peru and Chile.
M. R. Clarke, Maddock L.1988Beaks of living Coleoid (pp. 123-131).
M. R. Clarke, Stevens J. D.1974Cephalopods, blue sharks and migration.
R. Condit, Le Boeuf B. J.1984Feeding habits and feeding grounds of the northern elephant seal.
J. P. Croxall, Prince P. A.1982Calorific content of squid (Mollusca: Cephalopoda).
E. J. Denton1971Examples of the use of active transport of salts and water to give buoyancy in the sea.
Z. Dong1988Cephalopod larvae from the central equatorial waters of the Pacific.
Z. Dong1984The food and feeding habits of the sperm whale (Physeter catadon Linnaeus).
M. C. Dunning, Clarke, M. R., Lu, C. C.1993Cephalopods in the diet of oceanic sharks caught off Eastern Australia.
T. S. Engeser, Clarke M. R.1988Cephalopod hooks, both recent and fossil (pp. 133-151).
J. A. Filippova1969Squids of the South Atlantic.
C. H. Fiscus1982Predation by marine mammals on squids of the eastern North Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea.
C. H. Fiscus, Kajimura H.1981Food of the Pacific white-sided dolphin, Lagenorhynchus obliquidens, Dall's porpoise, Phocoenoides dalli and northern fur seal, Callorhinus ursinus, off California and Washington.
C. H. Fiscus, Rice, D. W., Wolman, A. A.1989Cephalopods from the stomachs of sperm whales taken off California.
T. Harney1978Octopuses join well-lit deep sea creatures.
H. J. T. Hoving, Lipinski, M. R., Videler, J. J.2008Reproductive system and the spermatophoric reaction of the mesopelagic squid Octopoteuthis sicula (Ruppell 1844) (Cephalopoda: Octopoteuthidae) from southern African waters

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