Literature References

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Anonymous1982Fishery Statistical Bulletin for the South China Sea area.
Anonymous1980Fishery statistical bulletin for South China Sea area 1978.
H. - C. Chen, Chai T. -jyi1982Microflora of drainage from ice in fishing vessel holds.
S. Chikuni1985The fish resources of the northwest Pacific, pp. 98-109.
M. L. Coelho1985Review of the influence of oceanographic factors on cephalopod distribution and life cycles.
W. G. Court1982Japan's squid market, pp. 295-316.
Z. Dong1978On the geographical distribution of the cephalopods in the Chinese waters.
J. A. Gulland1971The fish resources of the ocean.
N. Ishikawa, Nakamura K.1975On-board and on-land freshness preservation of squid.
I. L. K. Iverson, Pinkas L.1971Food habits of albacore, bluefin tuna, and bonito in California waters. A pictorial guide to beaks of certain Eastern Pacific cephalopods.
T. W. Kirk1880On the occurrence of giant cuttlefish on the New Zealand coast.
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).
H. C. Liu, Kao C. L.1979General review of demersal fish resources around Taiwan.
H. C. Liu, Lai, H. L., Yeh, S. - Y.1978General review of demersal fish resources in the Sunda Shelf and the Australian waters.
C. C. Lu, Phillips J. U.1985An annotated checklist of the Cephalopoda from Australian waters.
S. F. Rainer, Munro I. S. R.1982Demersal fish and cephalopod communities of an unexploited coastal environment in northern Australia.
M. J. Sanders, Beinssen K. H. H.1975Managing molluscan production systems.
P. K. S. Shin1982The Hong Kong squid fishery.
R. E. C. Stearns1907Among the cephalopods.
R. E. Young1978Vertical distribution and photosensitive vesicles of pelagic cephalopods from Hawaiian waters.
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