Literature References

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
Anonymous1960Antarctic and Subantarctic Mollusca - Cephalopoda.
S. S. Berry1917Cephalopoda.
S. S. Berry1916Cephalopoda of the Kermadec Islands.
M. Collins2000Revision of the Stauroteuthidae
J. M. Goncalves1991The Octopoda (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) of the Azores.
F. G. Hochberg, Nixon, M., Toll, R. B.1992Order Octopoda.
W. E. Hoyle1912The Cephalopoda of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition.
A. R. Martin, Clarke M. R.1986The diet of sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus) captured between Iceland and Greenland.
S. I. Moiseev1988Data on distribution and behavior of bathyal octopus Chunioteuthis sp. (Cephalopoda, Cirratenthidae) in the area of the Middle-Atlantic Ridge in North Atlantic, pp. 88-89.
K. N. Nesis1978Comparison of cephalopod faunas along the coasts of Central America.
M. Nixon1987Cephalopod diets, pp. 201-219.
M. Sasaki1920Report of cephalopods collected during 1906 by the United States Bureau of Fisheries Steamer "Albatross" in the Northwestern Pacific.
T. Scott1910Notes on Crustacea found in the gizzard of a deep-sea cephalopod.
M. J. Sweeney, Roper, C. F. E., Hochberg, F. G.1988A catalog of type specimens of recent cephalopod described by S. Stillman Berry.
M. Vecchione2001Cephalopods of the Continental Slope East of the United States
M. Vecchione, Young R. E.1997Aspects of the functional morphology of cirrate octopods: locomotion and feeding
A. E. Verrill1885Third catalogue of Mollusca recently added to the fauna of the New England coast and the adjacent parts of the Atlantic consisting mostly of deep-sea species with notes on others previously recorded.
A. E. Verrill1882Report on the cephalopods of the northeastern coast of America.
A. E. Verrill1880The cephalopods of the northeastern coast of America. Part II. The smaller cephalopods, including the "squids" and the octopi and other allied forms.
A. E. Verrill1879Notice of recent additions to the marine fauna of the eastern coast of North America, No. 7.
G. L. Voss1988Evolution and phylogenetic relationships of deep-sea octopods (Cirrata and Incirrata) (pp. 253-276).
G. L. Voss1988The biogeography of deep-sea Octopoda.
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