Literature References

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G. V. Zuev, Nesis, K. N., Nigmatullin, C. M.1975Systematics and evolution of the squid genera Ommastrephes and Symplectoteuthis (Cephalopoda; Ommastrephidae).
G. V. Zuev, Nesis K. N.1971Squids and bionics, pp. 84-90.
G. V. Zuev1965The functional basis of the structure of the locomotory apparatus in the phylogeny of cephalopods.
G. V. Zuev1966Concerning the taxonomy of the squid of the genus Illex Steenstrup.
G. V. Zuev1967Fuctional importance of the funnel valve in cephalopods.
G. V. Zuev1978Physiological variability of female squid Symplectoteuthis pteropus (Steenstrup).
W. Zeidler, Gowlett-Holmes K. L.1996A specimen of giant squid, Architeuthis, sp., from south Australian waters.
W. Zeidler1981A giant deep-sea squid, Taningia sp., from South Australian waters.
R. E. Young, Harman, R. F., Mangold, K. M.1985The eggs and larvae of Brachioteuthis sp. (Cephalopoda: Teuthoidea) from Hawaiian waters.
R. E. Young, Harman R. F.1985Early life history stages of enoploteuthin squids (Cephalopoda: Teuthidea: Enoploteuthidae) from the Hawaiian waters.
R. E. Young, Harman R. F.1987Descriptions of the larvae of three species of the Onychoteuthis bansii complex from Hawaiian waters.
J. Z. Young1963Light- and dark- adaptation in the eyes of some cephalopods.
R. E. Young1963Comparative internal anatomy of Vampyroteuthis infernalis.
J. Z. Young1970The stalked eyes of Bathothauma (Mollusca, Cephalopoda).
R. E. Young1972The systematics and areal distribution of pelagic cephalopods from the seas off Southern California.
R. E. Young1973Evidence for spawning by Gonatus sp. (Cephalopoda: Teuthoidea) in the high Arctic Ocean.
R. E. Young1975Function of the dimorphic eyes in the midwater squid Histioteuthis dofleini.
R. E. Young1975Transitory eye shapes and the vertical distribution of two midwater squids.
J. Z. Young1985Cephalopods and neuroscience.
W. T. Yang, Hanlon, R. T., Krejci, M. E., Nixon, R. F.1986Growth, behavior, and sexual maturation of the market squid, Loligo opalescens, cultured through the life cycle.
T. Yamamoto1949Sexual dimorphism of Loligo bleekeri and Idiosepius paradoxus.
J. H. Wormuth1970Morphometry of two species of the squid family Ommastrephidae.
J. H. Wormuth1971The biogeography, systematics and interspecific relationships of the oegopsid squid family Ommastrephidae.
J. Worms1983Loligo vulgaris, pp. 143-157.
F. G. Wood1971An octopus trilogy.
A. C. Wittich1968Account of an octopus bite.
K. Mangold-Wirz, Fioroni P.1970Die sonderstellung dei cephalopoden.
K. Wirz1954Bathypolypus sponsalis (P. and H. Fischer), a new Mediterranean cephalopod.
K. Wirz1955Bathypolypus sponsalis (P. and H. Fischer) common species in the west part of the Mediterranean.
K. Mangold-Wirz1963Contribution to the study of Rossia caroli.
K. Mangold-Wirz1963Dimensions and growth relative to a few Mediterranean ommastrephids.
R. Winckworth1926A list of the Cephalopoda in the Colombo Museum.
R. Williamson1986Efferent activity in the Octopus statocyst nerves.
W. Williams1951Friend Octopus.
G. Wildenburg1991Ultrastructure of the olfactory organ of Sepia officinalis at the end of embryonic development, pp. 294-295. [Abstract]
J. D. Whitaker1978A contribution on the biology of Loligo pealei and Loligo plei (Cephalopoda, Myopsida) off the southeastern coast of the United States.
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1969Learning at different rates of training in the Octopus.
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1990Urine production in Octopus vulgaris.
M. J. Wells1986Legend of the living fossil.
C. Watson-Russell1981Cuttlefish of Sydney Harbour.
S. Watase1891Studies on cephalopods. I. Clevage of the ovum.
P. D. Ward, Martin A. W.1978On the bouyancy of the pearly Nautilus.
P. D. Ward1984Is Nautilus a living fossil?, pp. 247-256.
G. L. Voss, Williamson G. R.1971Cephalopods of Hong Kong.
N. A. Voss, Voss R. S.1983Phylogenetic relationships in the cephalopod family Cranchiidae (Oegopsida).
G. L. Voss, Solis-Ramirez M. J.1966Octopus maya, a new species from the Bay of Campeche, Mexico.
G. L. Voss, Opresko, L., Thomas, R. F.1973The potentially commercial species of octopus and squid of Florida, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean area.
G. L. Voss, Erdman D. S.1959Thysanoteuthis rhombus, large cephalopod new to the western Atlantic.
G. L. Voss1949Notes on a specimen of Octopus hummelincki Adam from the Florida Keys.
G. L. Voss1950Two new species of cephalopods from the Florida Keys.


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