Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
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
Anonymous0The blue ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena maculosa).
A. Talib, Mahyam D.0The squid and cuttlefish resources in Peninsular Malaysia.
P. H. Fischer0On the burrows of the octopus.
R. M. Clifron, Jones C. R.0Pot fishing for octopus in Puget Sound.
T. P. Von Bayern0Im Jahre 1898 auf einer Reise in Sudamerika gesammelte Mollusken.
L. A. Bosc1792Observation sur la Sepia rugosa (O. rugosus Fér)
J. B. P. A. de Lamarck1798Extrait d'un memoire sur le genre de la sèche, du calmar et du poulpe, vulgairement nommes, polypes de mer
J. B. Lamarck1798Extrait d'un memoire sur le genre de la seche, du calmar et du poulpe, vulgairement nommes, polypes de mer, par le C. Lamarck.
W. E. Leach1818Sur plusieurs especes nouvelles de la classe des Cephalopodes, et sur une nouvelle distribution systematique des ordres, familles et genres de cette classe.
A. Risso1826Mollusques
H. D. Blainville1826Poulpe, Octopus.
Sd. Chiaie1829Memoria II. su cefalpedi.
Ad' Ferussac1835Extrait d'une note sur les cephalopodes nouveaux.
R. Owen1836Descriptions of some new or rare cephalopoda.
J. B. Verany1839Sur six nouvelles especes de cephalopodes trouves dans la Mediterranee..
S. Chaije1841Mollushi cefalopedi.
R. Owen1842Descriptions of some new and rare Cephalopoda.
R. Ball1842[Mr. Ball referring to his paper.]
F. H. Troschel1857Bemerkung uber die Cephalopoden von Messina, pp. 41-76.
J. Steenstrup1861Professor Steenstrup showed part of the most recent accessions of the cephalopod collections, pp. 24-25.
W. M. Gabb1862Description of two species of cephalopods in the Museum of the California Academy of Natural Sciences.
P. Gervais1863Des notions relatives aux cephalopodes, qui sont consignees dans Aristote.
W. H. Dall1866Note on Octopus punctatus, Gabb
J. Cheron1866Recherches pour servir a l'histoire du systeme nerveux des cephalopodes dibranchiaux.
H. Crosse1866Un mollusque bien moltraite ou comment M. Victor Hugo comprend l'organization de poulpe.
W. H. Dall1866Note on Octopus punctatus.
A. Lafont1871Note pour servir a la faunde de la gironde. Cephalopodes.
R. O. Cunningham1871Notes on the reptiles, Amphibia, fishes, Mollusca and Crustacea obtained during the voyage of the H.M.S. 'Nassau' in the years 1866-69.
A. E. Verrill1873Discovery of an octopus inhabiting the coast of New England.
W. H. Dall1873Aleutian cephalopods.
A. E. Verrill1874The giant cuttlefishes of Newfoundland and the common squids of the New England coast.
H. Lee1875The Octopus. The "Devil-Fish" of Fiction and of Fact
H. Lee1875The octopus; or, the "devil-fish" of fiction and of fact.
A. E. Verrill1878Notice of recent additions to the marine fauna of the eastern coast of North America.
A. E. Verrill1879The cephalopods of the north-eastern coast of America. Part I. The gigantic squids (Architeuthis) and their allies with observations on similar large species from foreign localities.
A. E. Verrill1879Notice of recent additions to the marine fauna of the eastern coast of North America, No. 7.
A. E. Verrill1880Synopsis of the cephalopods of the northeastern coast of America.
A. E. Verrill1880Notice of recent additions to the marine fauna of the eastern coast of North America, No. 8.
A. E. Verrill1880The cephalopods of the northeastern coast of America. Part II. The smaller cephalopods, including the "squids" and the octopi and other allied forms.
F. W. Hutton1880Mollusca of New Zealand, Cephalopoda, pp. 1-4.
A. E. Verrill1881Report on the cephalopods and some additional species dredged by the U.S. Fish Commission steamer "Fish Hawk", during the season of 1800.
R. Owen1881Descriptions of some new and rare Cephalopoda. Part II.
P. Girod1881Recherches sur la poche de noir des cephalopodes des cotes de France.
R. Blanchard1882Notes sur les chromatophores des cephalopodes.

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