Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
B. J. Muus1962Cephalopoda.
T. S. Hida, Pereyra W. T.1964Results of bottom trawling in Indian seas by R/V Anton Bruun in 1963.
A. S. Merrill1970Symposium on Commercial Marine Mollusks of the United States; introduction and summary.
M. Bonnet1970Possibilites des peche des cephalopodes au large des cotes du Rio de Oro et de Mauritanie.
C. M. Nigmatullin1972Biology and fishery of cuttlefish on the shelf of northwestern Africa.
C. F. E. Roper1974Vertical and seasonal distribution of pelagic cephalopods in the Mediterranean Sea, preliminary report.
R. Sarvesan1974Cephalopods.
T. Okutani, Hamada, H., Mochizuke, H., Kubota, T.1975A survey on decapod cephalopods collected by Shirasu boat seines operated in Suruga Bay, Japan, with special reference to discrimination of juveniles of two Loliginid species.
S. Fuwa1976On the small trawl in Shibushi Bay - fishing ground and catch.
T. Okutani, Kubota T.1976Cephalopods eaten by lancet fish, Alepisaurus ferox Lowe, in Suruga Bay Japan.
G. Marano, Casavola, N., Vaccarella, R.1977Osservazioni sulla pesca a strascico lungo il litorale di Bari.
R. W. Mercer1981Proceedings of the squid workshop sponsored by the resource assessment and conservation division Northwest and Alaska Fisheries Center.
H. R. Leta1981Biological aspects of the squid Illex argentinus.
J. R. Wilson, Gorham A. H.1982Alaska underutilized species. I. Squid.
K. M. Mangold1983Food, feeding and growth in cephalopods.
S. B. Brandt1983Pelagic squid association with a warm-core eddy of the east Australian current.
A. Guerra, Perez-Gandaras G.1983Las pesquerias mundiales de cefalopodos: situacion actual y perspectivas.
W. - Y. Tseng1983Hong Kong cephalopod statistics.
L. Orsi-Relini, Massi D.1988Feeding of Sepietta oweniana along the slope of the Ligurian Sea: a preliminary note.
E. Marquis1988Predation and prey selection in some sepiolin species (Mollusca).
A. F. Gonazalez, Lopez, A., Guerra, A., Barreiro, A.1994Diets of marine mammals stranded on the northwestern Spanish Atlantic coast with special reference to cephalopoda.
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