Literature References

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A. N. Vovk, Nesis, K. N., Panfilov, B. G.1978Distribution of deep sea cephalopods in the south Atlantic and adjacent waters (mainly analyses of sperm whales feeding).
A. E. Verrill1878Notice of recent additions to the marine fauna of the eastern coast of North America.
A. E. Verrill1881Giant squid abundant in 1875.
R. B. Toll, Hess S. C.1981A small, mature male Architeuthis (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida) with remarks on maturation in the family.
A. C. Stephen1950Giant squid Architeuthis in Shetland.
E. Sivertsen1954Blekksprut (Squids).
W. J. Rees1950On a giant squid Ommastrephes caroli Furtado stranded at Looe, Cornwall.
W. F. Rathjen1973Northwest Atlantic squids.
T. Okutani, Satake, Y., Ohsumi, S., Kawakami, T.1976Squids eaten by sperm whales caught off Joban District, Japan, during January-February, 1976.
O. Nordgard1923The Cephalopoda Dibranchiata observed outside and in the Tronhjemfjord..
O. Nordgard1928Faunistic notes on marine evertebrates III.
S. Nishimura1968A preliminary list of the pelagic Cephalopoda from the Japan Sea.
A. Murray1874Letter to the secretary of the Boston Society of Natural History.
E. G. Macalaster1977Cephalopods in the Nova Scotia Museum collections.
C. C. Lu1986Smallest of the largest - first record of giant squid larval specimen.
J. Knudsen1957Some observations on a mature male specimen of Architeuthis from Danish waters.
Y. Honma, Kitami, T., Mizusawa, R.1983Record of Cephalopoda in the waters adjacent to Niigata and Sado Island in the Japan Sea, based partially on the pelagic squids stranded ashore..
N. Frost1936A further species of giant squid (Architeuthis sp.) from Newfoundland waters.
T. Dietz1982The elusive giant squid.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1976Cephalopod remains from sperm whales caught off Iceland.
M. R. Clarke1963Economic importance of North Atlantic squids.
J. Cadenat1936Note sur un cephalopode geant (Architeuthis harveyi Verrill) capture dans le Golfe de Gascogne.
P. R. Boyle1986Report on a specimen of Architeuthis stranded near Aberdeen, Scotland.
J. Allan1948A rare giant squid.
Anonymous1978Big squid is largest on record.
Anonymous1978Squid squib.
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