Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
M. A. Roeleveld, Phieffer F.1966The Diamond Squid: a large squid that regularly attracts attention when stranded on South African beaches
M. A. Roeleveld1972A review of the Sepiidae (Cephalopoda) of southern Africa
M. A. Roeleveld1975A revision of Massy's checklists of 'South African' Cephalopoda
M. A. Roeleveld1975The Octopus and it's allies
M. A. Roeleveld1977Cephalopoda from the tropical eastern Atlantic ocean
M. A. Roeleveld, Smale M. J.1981News and Views - Cephalopod beak identification
M. A. Roeleveld1982Interpretation of the tentacular club structure in Sthenoteuthis oualaniensis (Lesson, 1830) and Ommastrephes bartrami (Lesueur, 1821) ( Cephalopoda, Ommastrephidae)
M. A. Roeleveld, Liltved W. R.1985A new species of Sepia (Cephalopoda, Sepiidae) from South Africa
M. A. Roeleveld1986Octopus dofleini from Marion Island
P. J. Smith, Mattlin, R. H., Roeleveld, M. A., Okutani, T.1987Arrow squids of the genus Nototodarus in New Zealand waters: systematics, biology, and fisheries
M. A. Roeleveld1988Generic interrelationships within the Ommastrephidae (Cephalopoda)
M. A. Roeleveld1988Generic relationships within the Ommastrephidae (Cephalopoda)
M. A. Roeleveld1989The occurrence of two species of squid Todarodes in the Benguela system
M. A. Roeleveld, Augustyn, C. J., Melville-Smith, R.1989The squid Octopoteuthis photographed live at 1 000 m
M. A. Roeleveld1989The natural history reader in evolution
M. R. Lipinksi, Roeleveld M. A.1990Minor extension of the von Bertalanffy growth theory
M. R. Lipinksi, Roeleveld M. A.1990Minor extension of the von Bertalanffy growth theory
M. R. Lipinski, Roeleveld M. A.1990Minor extension of the von Bertalanffy growth theory
C. J. Augustyn, Lipinski, M. R., Roeleveld, M. A.1991The distribution and abundance of Sepioidea off the coast of southern Africa
M. A. Roeleveld1991A revision of the genus Sthenoteuthis (Cephalopoda, Ommastrephidae), with a description of a new species
R. Villanueva, Sánchez, P., Roeleveld, M. A.1991Octopus magnificus (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae), a new species of large octopod from the southeastern Atlantic
M. R. Lipinksi, Roeleveld M. A.1992First study on the ecology of Sepia australis in the southern Benguela ecosystem
J. Knudsen, Roeleveld M. A.SubmittedJ.T. Reinhardt and V. Prosch (1846): On Sciadephorus mulleri (Eschr.). A translation into English
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