Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
M. Moynihan0Notes on the behavior of Euprymna scolopes (Cephalopoda: Sepiolidae)
R. T. Hanlon0Octopus joubini
R. T. Hanlon0Octopus briareus
W. F. Van Heukelem0Octopus cyanea
W. F. Van Heukelem0Octopus maya
J. R. Voight0Ligula length and courtship in Octopus digueti: a potential mechanism of mate choice
J. R. Voight0Enlarged suckers as an indicator of male maturity in Octopus
M. Moynihan0Notes on the behavior of Euprymna scolopes (Cephalopoda: Sepiolidae)
M. Moynihan0Notes on the behavior of Idiosepius pygmaeus (Cephalopoda; Idiosepiidae)
A. D. Orbigny1841Historie naturelle generale et particuliere des Cephalopodes
J. E. Gray1849Cephalopods, Vol.1
K. R. Smythe1859Prof. Stp. gav en meddelse om to nye cephalopodslægter Bolitaena og Haliphron [Prof. Steenstrup communicated two new cephalopod genera Bolitaena and Haliphron]
K. R. Smythe1861Forevisning af en afdeling af Museets seneste Forøgelser af Blæksprutteklassen med bemærkninger om de enkelte arter [Remarks on the most recent accessions of the cephalopod collections of the [Copenhagen] Museum]
P. Bert1867Memoire sur la physiologie de la seiche (Sepia officinalis, Linn.)
A. E. Verrill1874Notice of the occurrence of another gigantic cephalopod (Architeuthis) on the coast of Newfoundland, in December, 1874
H. Lee1875The Octopus. The "Devil-Fish" of Fiction and of Fact
A. E. Verrill1877Occurrence of another gigantic cephalopod on the coast of Newfoundland
K. Mitsukuri, Ikeda S.1895Notes on a giant cephalopod
G. Jatta1896I Cefalopodi. Viventi Nel Golfo di Napoli.(Sistematica)
A. E. Verrill1897Nocturnal and diurnal changes in the colors of certain fishes and of the squid (Loligo), with notes on their sleeping habits
W. Schimkewitsch1899Ueber die entwicklung der cephalopoden unter kiinstlichen bedingungen
W. Schimkewitsch1899Einige worte ueber die entwicklung der parasitischen cephalopoden
A. Willey1899General account of a zoological expedition to the South Seas during the years 1894-1897
W. Garstang1900The plague of octopus on the South Coast, and its effect on the crab and lobster fisheries
B. Dean1901Notes on living Nautilus
T. Nishikawa1906On a pelagic cephalopod egg
L. W. Williams1909The anatomy of the common squid, Loligo pealii
C. Chun1910Die Cephalopoden
O. Polimanti1910Les cephalopodes ont-ils une memorie?
G. A. Drew1911Sexual activities of the squid, Loligo pealii (Les.)
E. V. Cowdry1911The Colour Changes of Octopus vulgaris. University of Toronto Studies, Biological Series No. 10
S. S. Berry1912On a cephalopod new to California with a note on another species
S. S. Berry1912Some necessary changes in cephalopod nomenclature
S. S. Berry1913Nematolampas, a remarkable new cephalopod from the South Pacific
M. Goldsmith1917Quelques Reactions du Poulpe. Contribution a la Psychologie des Invertebres
M. Goldsmith1917Quelques reactions sensorielles chez le poulpe
M. Goldsmith1917Acquisition d'une habitude chez le poulpe
G. A. Drew1919Sexual activities of the squid Loligo pealii (Les.) II. The spermatophore; its structure, ejaculation and formation
S. Mikhailoff1920Experiences reflexologiques. Experiences nouvelles sur Eledone moschata
S. S. Berry1920Light production in cephalopods, II. An introductory survey
S. S. Berry1920Light production in cephalopods, I. An introductory survey
S. S. Berry1921A review of the cephalopod genera Sepioidea, Sepiadarium, and Idiosepius
A. Naef1923Die Cephalopoden. Systematik
M. Sasaki1923On an adhering habit of a pygmy cuttlefish, Idiosepius pygmaeus Steenstrup
M. Ishikawa1924On the phylogenetic position of the cephalopod genera of Japan based on the structure of statocysts
G. C. Robson1925On seriation and asymmetry in the cephalopod radula
S. S. Berry1926A note on the occurrence and habits of a luminous squid (Abralia verany) at Madeira.
G. Grimpe1926Biologische Beobachtungen an Sepia officinalis
A. Naef1928Die Cephalopoden. Embryologie
D. A. Thompson1928How to catch cuttlefish


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