Literature References

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Anonymous1983A whale of a squid.
Anonymous1982Squid workshop held at Honolulu laboratory.
Anonymous1980Call for better access to Japanese squid.
Anonymous1975The squid - nourishing, abundant and undervalued.
Anonymous1974Market squid characteristics and fishery development.
Anonymous1967Australian area cephalopod fisheries and marketing information.
Anonymous1964Squid as seafood.
T. Amaratunga1981The short finned squid, Illex illecebrosus, fishery in Eastern Canada.
V. G. Ampola1974Squid - its potential and status as a U.S. food resource.
P. Bartsch0The octopuses, squids, and their kin.
M. K. Broadhurst, Hazin F. H. V.2001Influences of type and orientation of bait on catches of swordfish (Xiphias gladius)
S. Chang1962Commercial animals of China: marine mollusks, pp. 210-243. [translation]
M. R. Clarke1963Economic importance of North Atlantic squids.
A. C. Cohen1976The systematics and distribution of Loligo (Cephalopoda, Myopsida) in the western North Atlantic, with descriptions of two new species.
A. C. Cohen1972Variation in the western Atlantic common squid, Loligo pealei Lesueur, 1821.
D. Cook1983Squid.
R. Crossman1982State of the art in handling, processing new product development in New Zealand, pp. 187-195.
A. Davidson1976Seafood of south east Asia.
L. T. Dees1961Cephalopods: cuttlefish, octopuses, squids.
C. M. Dewees, Price R. J.1982Overview of the squid fishery on the Pacific coast of the United States, pp. 197-212.
A. Dragovich, Kelly, Jr. J. A.1962A biological study and some economic aspects of squid in Tampa Bay, Florida.
G. P. Ennis1978A review of the fishery for squid and the general biological characteristics of the species, Illex illecebrosus, in the Newfoundland area.
I. Everson1977Cephalopods, pp. 69-74.
H. W. Frey1971California's living marine resources and their utilization.
N. Frost, Thompson H.1934Squid.
N. Frost, Thompson H.1932The squids.
C. A. Goudey1987The development of a semi-pelagic trawl for squid and butterfish.
N. F. Haard1982Utilization of squid in Canada, pp. 235-243.
P. A. Haefner1959Squid. Soft-bodied hawks of the sea.
M. Hamabe, Kawakami, T., Watabe, T., Okuya, T.1975Views on the development of overseas squid pole and line fishing.
R. T. Hanlon1985Cephalopods of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico.
E. B. Hartwick, Breen, P. A., Tulloch, L.1978A removal experiment with Octopus dofleini (Wulker).
D. Hartzell1983Automation in the squid processing industry, pp. 113-121.
R. F. Hixon1980Growth, reproductive biology, distribution and abundance of three species of loliginid squid (Myopsida, Cephalopoda) in the northwest Gulf of Mexico.
R. F. Hixon, Hanlon, R. T., Gillespie, S. M.1980Squid fishery in Texas - biological, economic and market considerations.
M. Hotta1982The Japanese market for squid and cuttlefish.
M. Hotta1982The Japanese market review and outlook for squid and cuttlefish.
G. V. Hurley1980Recent development in the squid, Illex illecebrosus, fishery of Newfoundland, Canada.
1978Report of Standing Committee on Research and Statistics, special meeting on squid, February 1978.
G. S. Jamieson, Amaratunga, T., Lavoie, R. E.1981Capsule overview of molluscan fisheries in the Canadian maritimes.
P. M. Jangaard, Ackman R. G.1965Lipids and component fatty acids of the Newfoundland squid, Illex illecebrosus (LeSueur).
N. Jayabalan, Ramamoorthi K.1978Cephalopods of Porto Novo.
S. Jones1968The molluscan fishery resources of India.
M. Juanico1980Developments in South American squid fisheries.
J. Kadera1983Squid fishery stirs excitement--fishermen, processors, restaurants look.
P. Kalikstein1974The marketability of squid.
A. Klett1982Jumbo squid fishery in the Gulf of California, Mexico, pp. 81-100.
A. Klos1983Squid handling and processing for export markets, pp. 87-96.
D. J. Kolator, Long D. P.1979The foreign squid fishery off the northeast United States coast.
K. Kurogane1968Experimental comparison of fishing power of longline for bottom fishes in the north Pacific.

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