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Anonymous1983Japan's 1981 fisheries production hits new level.
Anonymous1979Access to Japan's import market: frozen cuttlefish and squid.
R. C. Anderson1987Cephalopods at the Seattle Aquarium
R. C. Anderson1987Cephalopods at the Seattle Aquarium
J. M. Arnold1965Observations on the mating behavior of the squid Sepioteuthis sepioidea
Sv. Boletzky1987Juvenile behaviour
B. B. Boycott1965A comparison of living Sepioteuthis sepioidea and Doryteuthis plei with other squids, and with Sepia officinalis
P. R. Boyle1987Cephalopod Life Cycles. Vol. II: Comparative Reviews
P. R. Boyle1981Molluscs and man.
S. L. Brocco1971Aspects of the biology of the sepiolid squid Rossia pacifica Berry
S. Choe1966On the eggs, rearing, habits of the fry and growth of some Cephalopoda
S. Choe1966On the eggs, rearing, habits of the fry, and growth of some Cephalopoda
S. Choe1966On the growth, feeding rates and the efficiency of food conversion for cuttlefishes and squids
W. G. Court1982Japan's squid market, pp. 295-316.
P. Fioroni1981Die Sonderstellung der Sepioliden, ein Vergleich der Ordnungen der Rezenten Cephalopoden
J. A. Gulland, Troadec, J. P., Bayagbona, E. O.1973Management and development of fisheries in the eastern central Atlantic.
R. T. Hanlon1982The functional organization of chromatophores and iridescent cells in the body patterning of Loligo plei (Cephalopoda: Myopsida)
H. Hatanaka1979Studies on the fisheries biology of common octopus off the northwest coast of Africa.
F. G. Hochberg, Couch J. A.1971Biology of cephalopods
F. G. Hochberg, Couch J. A.1971Biology of Cephalopods
F. G. Hochberg, Fields W. G.1980Cephalopoda: the squids and octopuses
F. G. Hochberg, Fields W. G.1980Cephalopoda: The Squids and Octopuses
K. Hoydal1982Nominal catch (tonnes) of various species of fish, invertebrates and seaweeds taken by member countries in the ICES Statistical Area in 1980.
V. G. Jhingran1982Fish and fisheries of India, pp. 555-556, 559-560.
E. T. LaRoe1971The culture and maintenance of the loliginid squids Sepioteuthis sepioidea and Doryteuthis plei
H. Lee1875The Octopus. The "Devil-Fish" of Fiction and of Fact
M. E. Mauris1988The predatory behaviour of Sepiola affinis (Mollusca, Cephalopoda): an experimental study in behavioural ecology
M. E. Mauris1988Comportement Predateur de la Sepiola (Sepiola affinis): Approches experimentales en eco-ethologie
K. Miwa, Ishikawa, S., Nakamura, K.1976Preservation on board.
M. Moynihan1985[TITLE BLANK]
M. Moynihan1985Communication and Noncommunication by Cephalopods
M. Moynihan, Rodaniche A. F.1982The Behavior and Natural History of the Caribbean Reef Squid Sepioteuthis sepioidea. With a Consideration of Social, Signal and Defensive Patterns for Difficult and Dangerous Environments
M. Moynihan, Rodaniche F.1977Communication, crypsis, and mimicry among cephalopods
M. Nixon1987Cephalopod diets
1983Catch statistics- 1981- "Europe".
U. Nation Dev Program1977The South China Sea fisheries international cephalopod market.
A. Pujol, J. N.1972Biological value of the protein of flying fish, cuttlefish and octopus and canned sea squid.
S. F. Rainer, Munro I. S. R.1982Demersal fish and cephalopod communities of an unexploited coastal environment in northern Australia.
Lv. Salvini-Plawen1974The Cephalopods. pp. 190-225.
M. J. Sanders, Beinssen K. H. H.1975Managing molluscan production systems.
J. Shears1988The use of a sand-coat in relation to feeding and diel activity in the Sepiolid squid Euprymna scolopes
J. Shears1988The use of a sand-coat in relation to feeding and diel activity in the sepiolid squid Euprymna scolopes
C. T. Singley1982Histochemistry and fine structure of the ectodermal epithelium of the sepiolid squid Euprymna scolopes
A. Suda1973Development of fisheries for nonconventional species.
V. P. Trofimov1970Mechanizing the catching methods of marine invertebrates.
G. L. Voss1974Cephalopoda
G. L. Voss1973Cephalopod resources of the world.
J. F. Waters1970The sea farmers.
J. Z. Young1977Brain, behaviour and evolution of cephalopods
J. Z. Young1965The origin of learning: a hypothesis, pp. 269-273.

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