Literature References

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FAO1975Expert consultation on fishing for squid and other cephalopods.
H. Araya, Ishii M.1974Information on the fishery and the ecology of the squid, Doryteuthis bleekeri Keferstein, in the waters of Hokkaido.
Z. Berk1974Processing squid for food.
S. Chikuni1983Cephalopod resources of the Indo-Pacific region.
C. Chotiyaputta1982Squid fisheries of Thailand.
D. Cook1983Squid.
M. Hamabe, Kawakami, T., Watabe, T., Okuya, T.1975Views on the development of overseas squid pole and line fishing.
M. Hamabe, Shimizu T.1959Littoral aggregation of the squid near the Oki Islands--II.
P. Kalikstein1974The marketability of squid.
T. Kubodera, Jefferts K.1984Distribution and abundance of the early life stages of squid, primarily Gonatidae (Cephalopoda, Oegopsida) in the northern North Pacific (Part 1).
S. Kubota1981Species composition of catch by set net fishery on the Sankiru-Joban coast.
W. M. Matsumoto1982The status of the squid fisheries in the United States of America.
T. Okutani1977Stock assessment of cephalopod resources fished by Japan.
W. F. Rathjen1973Northwest Atlantic squids.
G. C. Robson1930Cephalopoda, I. Octopoda.
P. K. S. Shin1982The Hong Kong squid fishery.
Y. Shojima1971The common squid, Todarodes pacificus Steenstrup in the East China Sea. I. Distribution and annual abundance.
W. C. Summers, McMahon, J. J., Ruppert, G. N. P. A.1974Studies on the maintenance of adult squid, Loligo pealei. II. Empirical extensions.
R. E. Taber1977Some recent examples of fishing gear technology development or transfer in New England.
H. Takechi, Kawasaki T.1981Population structure of squid, Loligo japonica, distributed in Sendai Bay.
J. J. Veteikis1966Commercial fishing for squid.
G. L. Voss1974Octopus on the dining table.
G. L. Voss1973The squid boats are coming!
G. L. Voss, Opresko, L., Thomas, R. F.1973The potentially commercial species of octopus and squid of Florida, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean area.
T. Yasui1976Fluctuations in abundance of the winter subpopulation of Todarodes pacificus.
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