Literature References

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Anonymous1960Antarctic and Subantarctic Mollusca - Cephalopoda.
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1983Cirrothauma murrayi Chun, a finned octopod
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1978The blind octopus, Cirrothauma
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1984Ganglia not light organs in the suckers of octopods.
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1983Cirrothauma murrayi Chun, a finned Octopod
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1983Cirrothauma murrayi Chun, a finned octopod.
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1982Possible light organs in finned octopods
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1982Possible light organs in finned octopods.
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1978The blind octopus, Cirrothauma
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1978The blind octopus Cirrothauma.
S. S. Berry1918Report on the Cephalopoda obtained by the F.I.S. "Endeavour" in the Great Australian Bight and other Southern Australian localities.
S. S. Berry1914The cephalopoda of the Hawaiian Islands.
S. S. Berry1912A review of the cephalopods of Western North America.
S. S. Berry1911Preliminary notices of some new Pacific cephalopods.
J. Bresciani1970A new Cholydia from the mantle cavity of a cephalopod (Crustacea, Harpacticoidea, Tisbidae).
C. Chun1913Cephalopoda from the "Michael Sars" North Atlantic.
B. C. Cotton, Godfrey F. K.1940A systematic list of the Pelycepoda, Scaphopoda, Cephalopoda and Crepipoda, the bivalve Mollusca, the tusk shells, Nautilus, squids, octopi, and chitons of South Australia.
A. Ebersbach1915Zur Anatomie von Cirroteuthis umbellata Fischer und Stauroteuthis sp.
H. Filhol1885Mollusques.
P. Fischer1883Note préliminaire sur une nouvelle espéce du genre Cirroteuthis
H. Fischer, Joubin L.1906Note sur les cephalopodes captures au cours des expeditions du Travailleur et du Talisman.
E. S. Goodrich1896Cephalopoda from the Calcutta Museum.
J. A. Grieg1933The cephalopod fauna of Svalbard.
A. Guerra, Villanueva, R., Nesis, K. N., Bedoya, J.1998Redescription of the deep-sea cirrate octopod Cirroteuthis magna Hoyle, 1885, and considerations on the genus Cirroteuthis (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
F. G. Hochberg, Nixon, M., Toll, R. B.1992Order Octopoda.
W. E. Hoyle1886On the existence of Cephalopoda in the deep sea.
W. E. Hoyle1885Preliminary report on the cephalopoda collected during the cruise of H.M.S. "Challenger". Part I. Octopoda.
W. E. Hoyle1885Challenger narrative.
W. E. Hoyle1885Diagnoses of new species of cephalopoda collected during the cruise of H.M.S. 'Challenger'. Part I. The Octopoda.
W. Jahn1971Deepest photographic evidence of an abyssal cephalopod.
J. Knudsen, Roeleveld M. A.SubmittedJ.T. Reinhardt and V. Prosch (1846): On Sciadephorus mulleri (Eschr.). A translation into English
A. L. Massy1916The cephalopods of the Indian Museum.
B. J. Muus1963Cephalopoda; Order Octopoda.
B. J. Muus1962Cephalopoda.
K. N. Nesis1983Octopus with fins, pp. 46-49.
K. N. Nesis1982Principles of systematics of modern cephalopod mollusks.
K. N. Nesis1982Zoogeography of the world ocean: comparison of pelagic zones and shelf regions (based upon cephalopod molluscs).
K. N. Nesis1975Cephalopods of the American Mediterranean Sea.
K. N. Nesis1975Cephalopods of the American Mediterranean Sea.
J. H. Mac Pherson, Gabriel C. J.1962Cephalopoda, pp. 405-418.
G. C. Robson1932Notes on the Cephalopoda. 14. On the shell-vestige of Cirroteuthis mülleri
G. C. Robson1930Cephalopoda, I. Octopoda.
G. C. Robson1926The deep-sea Octopoda.
G. C. Robson1924On the Cephalopoda obtained in South African waters by Dr. J.D.F. Gilchrist in 1920-21.
G. C. Robson1924On a new species of Octopoda from South Africa.
C. F. E. Roper, Jr. W. L. Brundag1972Cirrate octopods with associated deep-sea organisms: new biological data based on deep benthic photographs (Cephalopoda).
M. J. Sweeney, Roper, C. F. E., Hochberg, F. G.1988A catalog of type specimens of recent cephalopod described by S. Stillman Berry.
M. Vecchione1987A Multispecies Aggregation of Cirrate Octopods Trawled from North of the Bahamas
M. Vecchione1987A multispecies aggregation of cirrate octopods trawled from North of the Bahamas.
A. E. Verrill1885Third catalogue of Mollusca recently added to the fauna of the New England coast and the adjacent parts of the Atlantic consisting mostly of deep-sea species with notes on others previously recorded.

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