Literature References

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1992200 foot-long sea monster attacks sailboat!
B. B. Boycott, Young J. Z.1955Memories controlling attacks on food objects by Octopus vulgaris Lamarck
B. B. Boycott, Young J. Z.1955Memories controlling attacks on food objects by Octopus vulgaris Lamarck
E. A. Bradley, Messenger J. B.1977Brightness preference in Octopus as a function of the background brightness
R. Conniff1996Clyde Roper can't wait to be attacked by the giant squid
P. Duval, Chichery, M. - P., Chichery, R.1984Prey capture by the cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis L.): an experimental study of two strategies
E. E. C. Flores1983Laboratory observations on the visual attack of the squid, Todarodes pacificus
E. B. Hartwick, Thorarinsson, G., Tulloch, L.1978Methods of attack by Octopus dofleini (Wulker) on captured bivalve and gastropod prey
E. T. LaRoe1971The culture and maintenance of the loliginid squids Sepioteuthis sepioidea and Doryteuthis plei
H. Maldonado1964The control of attack by Octopus
H. Maldonado1964The control of attack by Octopus
J. B. Messenger1973Learning in the cuttlefish, Sepia
J. B. Messenger1968The visual attack of the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
L. R. Warren, Scheier, M. F., Riley, D. A.1974Colour changes of Octopus rubescens during attacks on unconditioned and conditioned stimuli
L. R. Warren, Scheier, M. F., Riley, D. A.1974Colour changes of Octopus rubescens during attacks on unconditioned and conditioned stimuli
M. J. Wells1962Early learning in Sepia
M. J. Wells1962Early learning in Sepia
M. J. Wells1962Early learning in Sepia
M. J. Wells1958Factors affecting reactions to Mysis by newly hatched Sepia
J. Z. Young1963Paired centres for the control of attack by Octopus
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