Literature References

AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
M. Moynihan1985[TITLE BLANK]
B. B. Boycott1965A comparison of living Sepioteuthis sepioidea and Doryteuthis plei with other squids, and with Sepia officinalis
K. Mangold-Wirz1963Biologie des Cephalopodes benthiques et nectoniques de la Mer Catalane
M. J. Wells1962Brain and Behaviour in Cephalopods
M. Nixon1987Cephalopod diets
P. R. Boyle1987Cephalopod Life Cycles. Vol. II: Comparative Reviews
J. Z. Young1985Cephalopods and neuroscience
J. Z. Young1985Cephalopods and neuroscience
R. C. Anderson1987Cephalopods at the Seattle Aquarium
R. C. Anderson1987Cephalopods at the Seattle Aquarium
M. Moynihan1985Communication and Noncommunication by Cephalopods
M. Moynihan, Rodaniche F.1977Communication, crypsis, and mimicry among cephalopods
M. Burton, Burton R.1969Cuttlefish
S. von Boletzky1982Developmental aspects of the mantle complex in coleoid cephalopods
P. Fioroni1981Die Sonderstellung der Sepioliden, ein Vergleich der Ordnungen der Rezenten Cephalopoden
M. Vecchione1990Digestive-gland histology in paralarval squids (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae)
Sv. Boletzky1987Juvenile behaviour
G. D. Jackson, Arkhipkin, A. I., Bizikov, V. A., Hanlon, R. T.1993Laboratory and field corroboration of age and growth from statoliths and gladii of the loliginid squid Sepioteuthis lessoniana (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
A. Krope, Brown P.1959Lumi-and meta-rhopodsins of Squid and Octopus
T. Yamomoto1941Observations on the habits of the squid larvae, Sepia esculenta Hoyle, with special reference to the change of colour pattern on the mantle
S. Choe1966On the eggs, rearing, habits of the fry, and growth of some Cephalopoda
S. Choe1966On the growth, feeding rates and the efficiency of food conversion for cuttlefishes and squids
M. J. Wells1966The brain and behavior of cephalopods
R. K. O'Dor, Webber D. M.1986The constraints on cephalopods: why squid aren't fish
M. Nixon1988The feeding mechanisms and diets of Cephalopods - living and fossil
M. Nixon1988The feeding mechanisms and diets of cephalopods - living and fossil
H. Lee1875The Octopus. The "Devil-Fish" of Fiction and of Fact
R. T. Hanlon, Budelmann B. U.1987Why Cephalopods are probably not "Deaf"
R. T. Hanlon, Budelmann B. - U.1987Why cephalopods are probably not "deaf"
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