Literature References

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W. Adam1938On a few octopods of the Andamans Islands.
H. D. Blainville1827Seche, Sepia.
S. V. Boletzky1993Development and reproduction in the evolutionary biology of cephalopoda.
P. R. Boyle1981Molluscs and man.
L. A. Burgess1991Nautilus: the pearly of chambered nautilus.
J. A. Chamberlain1990Jet propulsion of nautilus: A surviving example of early Paleozoic cephalopod locomotor design.
J. A. Chamberlain1976Flow patterns and drag coefficients of cephalopod shells.
S. Chang1962Commercial animals of China: marine mollusks, pp. 210-243. [translation]
M. R. Clarke1988Evolution of buoyancy and locomation of recent cephalopods (pp. 203-213).
R. A. Davis1973Sea squirts: the nautilus: a window to the past.
T. S. Engeser1990Major events in cephalopod evolution.
G. Grecchi1994The genus nautilus.
M. R. House1988Major features of cephalopod evolution, pp. 1-16.
L. Joubin1910Observations sur une jeune Spirula.
J. Kitchell1978Bouyancy architecture. Evolution and invention of Nautilus.
M. Nixon1988The feeding mechanisms and diets of Cephalopods - living and fossil, pp. 641-652.
R. K. O'Dor, Webber D. M.1986The constraints on cephalopods: why squids aren't fish.
A. Packard1972Cephalopods and fish: the limits of convergence.
A. Packard1966Operational convergence between cephalopods and fish: an exercise in functional anatomy.
G. C. Robson1932A monograph of the recent Cephalopoda based on the collections of the British Museum (Natural History). Part II. The Octopoda (excluding the Octopodinae).
R. Boucher-Rodoni, Mangold K. M.1994Ammonia production in cephalopods, physiological and evolutionary aspects.
Lv. Salvini-Plawen1974The Cephalopods. pp. 190-225.
E. R. Trueman1976Locomotion and the origins of Mollusca, pp. 455-465.
G. L. Voss1974Cephalopoda.
P. D. Ward1979Cameral liquid in Nautilus and ammonites.
M. J. Wells1988The mantle muscle and mantle cavity of cephalopods, pp. 287-300.
J. Z. Young1960Observations on Argonauta and especially its method of feeding.
J. Z. Young1958Squids, cuttlefishes and octopuses.
G. V. Zuev1965The functional basis of the structure of the locomotory apparatus in the phylogeny of cephalopods.
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