Literature References

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Anonymous1978Big squid is largest on record.
Anonymous1978Squid squib.
Anonymous1974Market squid characteristics and fishery development.
Anonymous1970Squid slurp is tested successfully.
Anonymous1964Squid as seafood.
F. A. Aldrich1964Observations on the Newfoundland bait squid (Illex illecebrosus Lesueur, 1821) and the netting of squid in Newfoundland bays.
D. L. Alverson1975Opportunities to increase food production from the world's ocean.
T. Amaratunga1981The short finned squid, Illex illecebrosus, fishery in Eastern Canada.
F. R. Bernard1981Canadian west coast flying squid experimental fishery.
M. R. Clarke1983Cephalopod biomass- estimation from predation.
M. R. Clarke1977Beaks, nets, and numbers.
M. R. Clarke1963Economic importance of North Atlantic squids.
M. C. Dunning, Brandt S. B.1985Distribution and life history of deep-water squid of commmercial interest from Australia.
Y. M. Froerman1984Feeding spectrum and trophic relationships of short-finned squid (Illex illecebrosus) in the Northwest Atlantic.
G. V. Hurley1980Recent development in the squid, Illex illecebrosus, fishery of Newfoundland, Canada.
S. Kawahara1978A brief description of the Japanese squid, Todarodes pacificus Steenstrup.
T. K. Kristensen1984Biology of the squid Gonatus fabricii (Lichtenstein, 1818) from West Greenland waters.
T. Laevastu, Fiscus C. H.1978Review of cephalopod resources in the eastern North Pacific.
F. E. Lux, Uzmann, J. R., Lind, H. F.1978Strandings of short fin squid, Illex illecebrosus, in New Zealand in fall 1976.
H. R. Martins1982Biological studies of the exploited stock of Loligo forbesi (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) in the Azores.
W. M. Matsumoto1982The status of the squid fisheries in the United States of America.
M. C. Mercer1975Modified Leslie-Drury population models of the long finned pilot whale, Globicephalia melaena, and annual production of the short finned squid, Illex illecebrosus based upon their interaction at Newfoundland.
R. W. Mercer1981Proceedings of the squid workshop sponsored by the resource assessment and conservation division Northwest and Alaska Fisheries Center.
F. Moore, Moore B.1964With a grain of salt.
K. N. Nesis1983Dosidicus gigas, pp. 215-231.
W. F. Rathjen1974New England fisheries development program.
W. F. Rathjen1973Northwest Atlantic squids.
C. W. Recksiek1978California's market squid.
S. M. C. Robinson, Hartwick E. B.1983Relationship between morphometrics and live net weight of the giant Pacific octopus, Octopus dofleini martini (Wulker).
M. A. Compagno-Roeleveld, Lipinski M. R.1991The giant squid Architeuthis in southern African waters.
M. Sparrow1983Squid, the super mollusk.
H. J. Squires1959Squid inshore in Newfoundland and on the Grand Bank, 1953 to 1958.
H. J. Squires1957Squid, Illex illecebrosus (Lesueur), in the Newfoundland fishing area.
D. C. Vaughan, Recksiek C. W.1978An acoustic investigation of market squid, Loligo opalescens.
A. N. Vovk, Nigmatullin C. M.1972Biology and fisheries of common cephalopods of the Atlantic.
K. F. Wiborg1979Gonatus fabricii (Lichtenstein), a possible fishery resource in the Norwegian Sea.
K. F. Wiborg, Gjosaeter, J. K., Beck, I. M.1982The squid Gonatus fabricii (Lichtenstein) investigations in the Norwegian Sea and western Barents Sea 1978-1981.
G. V. Zuev, Nesis K. N.1971Squid biology and fishing Kal'mary (Biologiya I Promysel).
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