Literature References

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Anonymous1996Out of its depth.
Anonymous1982Giant squid from the Mernoo Bank area.
Anonymous1980Giant squid.
Anonymous1978Big squid is largest on record.
Anonymous1978Squid squib.
Reuter1996One-tonne squid 10cm off record.
D. O. Alexeyev1994New data on the distribution and biology of squids from the southern Pacific.
J. Allan1948A rare giant squid.
G. M. Belyaev1964Rostra of cephalopods in oceanic bottom sediments.
M. Bright1985The big blob or what grabbed the crab traps?
M. R. Clarke1980Squids and whales.
R. K. Dell1970A specimen of the giant squid Architeuthis from New Zealand.
R. K. Dell1952The recent Cephalopoda of New Zealand.
Z. Dong1984The food and feeding habits of the sperm whale (Physeter catadon Linnaeus).
I. Everson1977Cephalopods, pp. 69-74.
C. H. Fiscus1982Predation by marine mammals on squids of the eastern North Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea.
C. H. Fiscus, Rice D. W.1974Giant squids, Architeuthis sp., from stomachs of sperm whales captured off California.
E. C. Forch1984Giant squid still a mystery.
E. C. Forch1983New Plymouth's giant squid.
E. Gannon1996Monstor catch from the depths.
D. E. Gaskin, Cawthorn M. W.1967Diet and feeding habits of the sperm whale (Physeter catodon L.) in the Cook Strait Region of New Zealand.
D. E. Gaskin, Cawthorn M. W.1967Squid mandibles from the stomachs of sperm whales (Physeter catodon L.) captured in the Cook Strait region of New Zealand.
R. W. Gauldie, West I. F.1994Statocyst, statolith, and age estimation of the giant squid, Architeuthis kirki.
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..
E. Iwai1956Descriptions on unidentified species of dibranchiate cephalopods. I. An oegopsiden squid belonging to the genus Architeuthis.
G. D. Jackson, Lu, C. C., Dunning, M. C.1991Growth rings within the statolith microstructure of the giant squid Architeuthis.
T. W. Kirk1882Description of new Cephalopoda.
C. C. Lu1986Smallest of the largest - first record of giant squid larval specimen.
K. Mitsukuri, Ikeda S.1895Notes on a gigantic cephalopod.
K. N. Nesis1974Giant squids.
S. Nishimura1968A preliminary list of the pelagic Cephalopoda from the Japan Sea.
M. Okiyama1993Kinds, abundance and distribution of the oceanic squids in the Sea of Japan.
T. Okutani, Satake, Y., Ohsumi, S., Kawakami, T.1976Squids eaten by sperm whales caught off Joban District, Japan, during January-February, 1976.
J. H. Mac Pherson, Gabriel C. J.1962Cephalopoda, pp. 405-418.
M. Puente1996Testing waters to learn more about giant squid.
W. F. Rathjen1973Northwest Atlantic squids.
B. H. Robison1989Depth of occurrence and partial chemical composition of a gaint squid, Architeuthis, off Southern California.
C. F. E. Roper, Young R. E.1972First records of juvenile giant squid, Architeuthis (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida).
M. Sasaki1916Notes on oegopsid cephalopods found in Japan.
A. E. Verrill1882Report on the cephalopods of the northeastern coast of America.
A. E. Verrill1879The cephalopods of the north-eastern coast of America. Part I. The gigantic squids (Architeuthis) and their allies with observations on similar large species from foreign localities.
A. E. Verrill1876Note on gigantic cephalopods, - a correction.
W. Zeidler1996Forget the calimari!
W. Zeidler, Gowlett-Holmes K. L.1996A specimen of giant squid, Architeuthis, sp., from south Australian waters.
G. V. Zuev, Nesis K. N.1971The role of squids in the food chains of the ocean.
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