Literature References

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
Anonymous1981Squid handling on board - U.S. quality trials.
Anonymous1980A Report on the feasibility fishing for squid by 12 Japanese vessels in the Tasmanian waters for the 1979/80 fishing season--second year's and final report.
Anonymous1980A possible octopus fishing industry in western Australia.
Anonymous1980Price drop set back for squid season.
Anonymous1980Call for better access to Japanese squid.
Anonymous1980Giant squid.
Anonymous1980Maligned Squid.
Anonymous1980Alcohol may help keep squid alive.
Anonymous1980Fishery statistical bulletin for South China Sea area 1978.
Anonymous1979A Report on the feasibility fishing for squid by 8 Japanese vessels in the Tasmanian waters for the 1978/79 fishing season--first year's report..
Anonymous1979Insight into squid lighting scheme.
Anonymous1979Australian squid notes. [combined articles]
Anonymous1979Australia squid suprise.
Anonymous1979Fewer squid from N.Z. waters.
Anonymous1979Squid market in France.
Anonymous1979Access to Japan's import market: frozen cuttlefish and squid.
Anonymous1978Big squid is largest on record.
Anonymous1978Squid squib.
Anonymous1978Japanese squid research in Australia.
Anonymous1978New Zealand squid fisheries. [combined articles]
Anonymous1978The Blue-Ringed Octopus.
Anonymous1976FIRI develops edible products from shark and squid.
Anonymous1976Why squid light up.
Anonymous1975U.S. State Deptartment/ICNAF interactions.
Anonymous1975The squid - nourishing, abundant and undervalued.
Anonymous1975New Zealand seminar presents hard facts on squid fishing.
Anonymous1975Squid (calamari) the versatile shellfish.
Anonymous1974Squid imports hold many unstable elements, but import volume is on the rise each year.
Anonymous1974Squid alert.
Anonymous1974Market squid characteristics and fishery development.
Anonymous1973In search of diversified fish products to satisfy future needs.
Anonymous1971La politique Europeenne commune des peches maritimes.
Anonymous1970When squid come in, Monterey fishermen go out.
Anonymous1970Squid slurp is tested successfully.
Anonymous1970Lack of squid hampers study into human nervous system.
Anonymous1970Octopods from the deep.
Anonymous1970Mating games octopi play.
Anonymous1970Mateless octopus startles scientists.
Anonymous1969Scientists seek antidote for ocean's deadliest killer.
Anonymous1967Australian area cephalopod fisheries and marketing information.
Anonymous1965Northern Pacific Fur Seal Commission report on investigations from 1958 to 1961. Presented to the Northern Pacific Fur Seal Commission by the standing scientific committee on 26 November 1962.
Anonymous1965Florida octopus bite.
Anonymous1964Squid as seafood.
Anonymous1964Stern trawling fashionable.
Anonymous1964The mysterious glow that never gets hot.
Anonymous1960The visual system of Octopus
Anonymous1960Antarctic and Subantarctic Mollusca - Cephalopoda.
Anonymous1901Plague of Devilfish- The English Channel invaded by a horde of Octopi.
Anonymous0The blue ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena maculosa).
Aristotle1910Historia Animalium. Translation by D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson

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