Literature References

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V. C. Barber1968The structure of Mollusc statocysts, with particular reference to cephalopods.
S. S. Berry1913Some new Hawaiian cephalopods.
S. V. Boletzky1989Recent studies on spawning, embryonic development, and hatchling in the Cephalopoda.
B. U. Budelmann1990The statocysts of squid, pp. 421-439.
B. U. Budelmann1988Morphological diversity of equilibrium receptor systems in aquatic invertebrates, pp. 757-782.
B. U. Budelmann1976Equilibrium receptor systems in Molluscs.
M. R. Clarke, MacLeod N.1980Cephalopod remains from sperm whales caught off Western Canada.
M. R. Clarke, Maddock L.1988Statoliths from living species of cephalopods and evolution (pp. 269-184).
C. H. Fiscus, Rice, D. W., Wolman, A. A.1989Cephalopods from the stomachs of sperm whales taken off California.
J. M. Healy1989Spermatozoa of the deep-sea cephalopod Vampyroteuthis infernalis Chun: ultrastructure and possible phylogenetic significance.
F. G. Hochberg1983The parasites of cephalopods: A review.
S. E. Hughes1981Initial U.S. explorations of nine Gulf of Alaska seamounts and their associated fish and shellfish resources.
I. L. K. Iverson1971Albacore food habits.
K. M. Mangold, Boletzky S. V.1988Mediterranean cephalopod fauna (pp. 315-330).
K. N. Nesis1983Octopus with fins, pp. 46-49.
M. Nixon1987Cephalopod diets, pp. 201-219.
W. G. Pearcy1965Species composition and distribution of pelagic cephalopod from the Pacific Ocean off Oregon.
G. C. Robson1926The deep-sea Octopoda.
P. G. Rodhouse1990Cephalopod fauna of the Scotish Sea at South Georgia: potential for commercial exploitation and possible consequences (pp. 289-298).
A. Solem, Roper C. F. E.1975Structures of Recent cephalopod radulae.
A. Solem, Roper C. F. E.1975Structures of Recent Cephalopod radulae.
P. Sánchez1989Systematics and distribution of the cephalopods of Namibia.
J. Z. Young1989The angular acceleration receptor system of diverse cephalopods.
J. Z. Young1988Evolution of the cephalopod brain (pp.215-228).
J. Z. Young1965The organization of a memory system.
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