Literature References

AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
G. L. Voss1962A monograph of the Cephalopoda of the North Atlantic. I. The family Lycoteuthidae.
G. L. Voss1963A new species of cranchiid squid, Phasmatopsis lucifer, from the Gulf of Mexico.
M. J. Wells1962Brain and behavior in cephalopods.
G. L. Voss, Williamson G. R.1971Cephalopods of Hong Kong.
M. H. Moynihan, Rodaniche A. F.1977Communication, crypsis and mimicry among cephalopods, pp. 293-302.
P. R. Boyle, Dubas F.1981Components of body pattern displays in the octopus Eledone cirrhosa (Mollusca: Cephalopoda).
C. Watson-Russell1981Cuttlefish of Sydney Harbour.
Y. Haneda, Tsuji F. I.1971Description of some luminous squids from the waters of northern New Guinea collected by R/V Tagula.
R. E. Young, Harman R. F.1985Early life history stages of enoploteuthin squids (Cephalopoda: Teuthidea: Enoploteuthidae) from the Hawaiian waters.
T. Okutani, Clarke M. R.1985Identification key and species description for Antarctic squid.
R. E. Young1973Information feedback from photophores and ventral countershading in mid-water squid.
Anonymous1979Insight into squid lighting scheme.
R. E. Young, Roper C. F. E.1977Intensity regulation of bioluminescence during countershading in living midwater animals.
S. C. Hess, Toll R. B.1981Methodology for specific diagnosis of cephalopod remains in stomach contents of predators with reference to the broadbill swordfish, Xiphias gladius.
L. Joubin1895Notes sur les appareils photogenes cutanes de deux cephalopodes.
Y. Haneda1963Observations on the luminescence of the shallow water squid, Uroteuthis bartschi.
T. Harney1978Octopuses join well-lit deep sea creatures.
I. Taki1964On eleven new species of the Cephalopoda from Japan, including two new genera of Octopodinae.
S. V. Boletzky1970On the presence of light organs in Semirossia Steenstrup, 1887 (Mollusca: Cephalopoda).
N. A. Voss, Voss R. S.1983Phylogenetic relationships in the cephalopod family Cranchiidae (Oegopsida).
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1982Possible light organs in finned octopods.
L. Joubin1933Preliminary notes on the cephalopods of the Dana cruises.
L. Joubin1893Quelques organes colores de la peau chez deux cephalopodes du genre Chiroteuthis.
R. K. Dell1959Some additional New Zealand cephalopods from Cook Strait.
G. L. Voss1967Some bathypelagic cephalopods from South African waters.
G. L. Voss1962South African cephalopods.
R. T. Hanlon, Hixon, R. F., Hulet, W. H.1983Survival, growth and behavior of the loliginid squids, Loligo plei, Loligo pealei and Lolliguncula brevis (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) in closed seawater systems.
P. Buchner1965Symbiosis in luminous animals, pp. 543-571.
J. H. Wormuth1971The biogeography, systematics and interspecific relationships of the oegopsid squid family Ommastrephidae.
G. L. Voss1958The cephalopods collected by the R/V Atlantis during the West Indian cruise of 1954.
J. B. Messenger1979The eyes and skin of octopus: compensation for sensory deficiencies.
F. H. Johnson1955The luminescence of biological systems, Cephalopoda.
P. J. Herring, Dilly, P. N., Cope, C.1985The photophore morphology of Selenoteuthis scintillans Voss and other lycoteuthids (Cephalopoda: Lycoteuthidae)
D. A. Lipka1975The systematics and zoography of cephalopods from the Gulf of Mexico.
R. E. Young1977Ventral bioluminescent countershading in midwater cephalopods.
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