Literature References

Authorssort ascendingYearTitle
R. E. Young1972The systematics and areal distribution of pelagic cephalopods from the seas off Southern California
D. V. Ward, Wainwright S. A.1972Locomotory aspects of squid mantle structure
D. V. Ward, Wainwright S. A.1972Locomotory aspects of squid mantle structure
A. N. Vovk1972Fecundity of the North American squid Loligo pealei (Lesueur, 1821)
Y. Shojima1972The common squid, Todarodes pacificus, in the east China Sea - II. Eggs, larvae and spawning ground
Y. Shojima1972The common squid, Todarodes pacificus, in the East China Sea-II. Eggs, larvae and spawning ground
A. Pujol, J. N.1972Biological value of the protein of flying fish, cuttlefish and octopus and canned sea squid.
K. N. Nesis1972Papers on Malacology. Bibliography of the Soviet publications on cephalopods, 1959-1972
K. N. Nesis1972A review of the squid genera Taonius and Belonella (Oegopsida, Cranchiidae)
K. N. Nesis1972Two new species of gonatid squids from the North Pacific
K. N. Nesis1972Papers on malacology. Bibliography of the Soviet publications on cephalopods, 1959-1972. Complied by K.N. Nesis
S. Mirow1972Skin color in the squids Loligo pealii and Loligo opalescens. II. Iridophores
S. Mirow1972Skin color in the squids Loligo pealii and Loligo opalescens. II. Iridophores
R. Jones, Hislop J. R. G.1972Investigations into the growth of haddock, (Melanogrammus aeglefinus (L)), and whiting, (Merlangius merlangius (L)) in aquaria.
H. A. Donaldson, Pearcy W. G.1972Sound-scattering layers in the northeastern Pacific.
P. N. Dilly1972Taonius megalops, squid that rolls up in a ball
P. N. Dilly1972Taonius megalops, a squid that rolls up into a ball
M. Akabane, Kubota S.1972Some considerations for the migration and the formation of fishery grounds of the common squid, Todarodes pacificus Steenstrup, in the Northeastern Sea area of Japan
M. Akabane, Kubota S.1972Some considerations for the migration and the formation of fishery grounds of the common squid, Todarodes pacificus Steenstrup, in the northwestern sea area of Japan
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