Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
Sv. Boletzky0Fecundity variation in relation to intermittent or chronic spawning in the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis L. (Mollusca, Cephalopoda).
T. M. Jantzen, Havenhand J. N.0Reproductive behavior in the squid Sepioteuthis australis from South Australia: interactions on the spawning grounds
T. M. Jantzen, Havenhand J. N.0Reproductive behavior in the squid Sepioteuthis australis from South Australia: ethogram of reproductive body patterns
A. E. Verrill1874The giant cuttlefishes of Newfoundland and the common squids of the New England coast
H. Lee1875[TITLE BLANK]
H. Lee1875The Octopus. The "Devil-Fish" of Fiction and of Fact
F. A. Bather1895The habits of the young Sepia
A. W. Thompson1900On a rare cuttlefish, Ancistroteuthis robusta (Dall) Steenstrup.
L. Cuenot1917Sepia officinalis Est Une Espece En Voie De Dissociation
M. Sasaki1923On an adhering habit of a pygmy cuttlefish, Idiosepius pygmaeus Steenstrup
H. M. Carleton, Robson G. C.1924On the histology and function of certain secondary sexual organs in the cuttlefish Doratosepion confusa.
G. Grimpe1926Biologische boebachtungen an Sepia officinalis
G. Grimpe1926Biologische Beobachtungen an Sepia officinalis
D. A. Thompson1928How to catch cuttlefish
L. Cuenot1933La Seiche Commune De La Mediterranee Stude Sur La Naissance D'une Espece
A. C. Stephen1933Rare cuttlefish (Sthenoteuthis caroli) washed ashore at Buckie
A. V. Hill, Solandt D. Y.1935Myograms from the chromatophores of Sepia
W. Schafer1936Bau, Entwicklung und Farbenstchung bei den Flitterzellen von Sepia officinalis
J. A. S. Stendall1936Giant cuttlefish. Sthenoteuthis caroli Furtado, ashore in Co. Londonderry
W. Schafer1936Bau, Entwicklung und Farbenstchung bei den Flitterzellen von Sepia officinalis
R. Bott, Frankfurt A. M.1938Kopula und eiablagie von Sepia officinalis L.
L. Tinbergen1939On the reproductive ethology of Sepia officinalis L. (Zur fortpflanzungsethologie von Sepia officinalis L.)
N. Tinbergen1939Zur Fortpflanzungsethologie von Sepia officinalis L.
W. Holmes1940The colour changes and colour patterns of Sepia officinalis
F. K. Sanders, Young J. Z.1940Learning and other functions of the higher nervous centres of Sepia
W. Holmes1940The colour changes and colour patterns of Sepia officinalis L
F. K. Sanders, Young J. Z.1940Learning and other functions of the higher nervous centres of Sepia
W. Adam1946[TITLE BLANK]
B. B. Boycott1954[TITLE BLANK]
B. B. Boycott1954Learning in Octopus vulgaris and other cephalopods
H. Kawata, Takahashi T.1955Studies on the utilization of cuttlefish. II. The digestibility of cuttlefish meal.
W. Holmes1955The color changes of cephalopods.
J. Wickstead1956An unusual method of capturing prey by a cuttlefish
S. Nagata1957On the relation between fishing conditions of cuttlefish (Ommastrephes sloani pacificus) and the oceanographical conditions in the coastal region of the eastern San-In district.
S. Ito1957How many young sardines damaged by cuttle-fishes?
P. K. Brown, Brown P. S.1958Visual pigments of the octopus and cuttlefish
B. B. Boycott1958The cuttlefish-Sepia
M. J. Wells1958Factors affecting reactions to mysis by newly hatched Sepia
B. B. Boycott1958The cuttlefish -- Sepia
M. J. Wells1958Factors affecting reactions to Mysis by newly hatched Sepia
P. K. Brown, Brown P. S.1958Visual pigments of the octopus and cuttlefish
B. B. Boycott1958The cuttlefish Sepia.
J. Z. Young1959Squids, Cuttlefishes and Octopuses
Y. Honma, Yada M.1960A Specimen of a cuttlefish, Ommastrephes sloani pacificus Steenstrup, with an extra arm in the anterior margin of mantle
B. B. Boycott1961The functional organization of the brain of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis
Y. Ohshima, Choe S.1961On the rearing of young Cuttlefish and Squid
Y. Bouligand1961Le dispositif d'accrochage des oeufs de Sepia elegans sur Alcyonium palmatum
E. J. Denton, Gilpin-Brown J. B.1961The effect of light on the buoyancy of the cuttlefish
M. J. Wells1962Early learning in Sepia
M. J. Wells1962Brain and behaviour in cephalopods

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