Literature References

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R. C. Anderson1986Cephalopods at the Seattle Aquarium.
V. C. Barber, Wright D. E.1969The fine structure of the sense organs of the cephalopod mollusc Nautilus.
P. Bartsch0The octopuses, squids, and their kin.
A. M. Bidder1962Use of the tentacles, swimming and buoyancy control in the pearly Nautilus.
B. A. Carlson1987Collection and aquarium maintenance of Nautilus, pp. 563-578.
S. Chang1962Commercial animals of China: marine mollusks, pp. 210-243. [translation]
A. Davidson1976Seafood of south east Asia.
R. A. Davis1973Sea squirts: the nautilus: a window to the past.
S. Hayasaka, Saisho, T., Kakinuma, Y.1982Field study on the habitat of Nautilus in the environs of Cebu and Negros Islands, the Philippines.
K. Johansen, Redmond, J. R., Bourne, G. B.1978Respiratory exchange and transport of oxygen in Nautilus pompilius.
Y. Kanie, Hayasaka, S., Saisho, T.1981Preliminary survey for the marine ecological studies on the habitat of Nautilus in the environs of Cebu, Negros and Panai Islands, the Phillipines.
Y. Kanie, Tanabe K.1979Preliminary report on the ecology of Nautilus pompilius in the Philippine seas.
F. W. Lane1960Kingdom of the Octopus.
A. W. Martin, Catala-Stucki, I., Ward, P. D.1978The growth rate and reproductive behavior of Nautilus macromphalus.
A. Packard, Bone, Q., Highnette, M.1980Breathing and swimming movements in a captive Nautilus.
W. B. Saunders1984The role and status of Nautilus in its natural habitat: evidence from deep-water remote camera photosequences.
W. B. Saunders, Bond, P. N., Hastie, L. C., Itano, D.1989On the distribution of Nautilus pompilius in the Samoas, Fiji, and Tonga.
K. Tanabe, Tsukahara J.1987Biometric analysis of Nautilus pompilius from the Philippines and the Fiji Islands, pp. 105-113.
G. L. Voss1963Cephalopods of the Philippine Islands.
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1991Is Sepia really an octopus?, pp. 79-92.
A. Willey1902Zoological results based on material from New Britian, New Guinea, Loyalty Islands and elsewhere, collected during the years 1895, 1896 and 1897, Part VI, pp. 691-830.
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