Literature References

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
M. Ben-Yami0Fishing with light.
M. Takeda, Hamilton J. E.0Report on the survey of squid resources, particularly flying squid, Symplectoteuthis oualaniensis in Fijian waters, 26th January - 6th March 1981.
H. R. Leta0Production and marketing of squid in Uruguay.
A. J. Harrison0Preliminary assessment of a squid fishery off Tasmania.
S. Kasahara, Nasumi T.0Contemporary situation on the development and fishery forecast of the common squid angling fishery off the Japan Sea.
D. Long0Experimental jigging for squid off the northeast United States.
K. Kitabayashi, Nakamura K.0Biochemical studies on squid (XXVI). On the pigment of integument (2). Isolation of integument chromatophore and its pigment.
T. Okutani, Watanabe T.0A review of studies on Rhynchoteuthion larva of Todarodes pacificus.
H. J. Thomas0Squid.
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.
C. A. Lesueur1821Descriptions of several new species of cuttle-fish.
C. A. Lesueur1822On the Onykia angulata.
Ad' Ferussac1835Extrait d'une note sur les cephalopodes nouveaux.
R. Owen1836Descriptions of some new or rare cephalopoda.
J. B. Verany1839Memoire sur deux nouvelles especes de cephalopodes.
R. Owen1842Descriptions of some new and rare Cephalopoda.
J. Rose1853Occurence of Onychoteuthis banksii at Banff N.B.
J. Steenstrup1857Professor Steenstrup exhibited and described some new cephalopods, Dosidicus Eschrichtii Stp. and Onychoteuthis(?), p. 16.
J. Steenstrup1857Professor Steenstrup presented several particulars about the giant cuttle-fishes of the Atlantic Ocean, pp. 17-19.
J. Steenstrup1857Professor Steenstrup gave the following information on a new species of cephalopods Dosidicus Eschrichtii, pp. 20-22.
F. H. Troschel1857Bemerkung uber die Cephalopoden von Messina, pp. 41-76.
J. Steenstrup1861Survey of cephalopods from the open sea (1860-61) kept in the museums of Copenhagen, pp. 26-39.
P. Harting1861Description de quelques fragments de deux cephalopodes gigantesques.
W. M. Gabb1862Description of a new species of cephalopod from the coast of California.
W. M. Gabb1862Description of two species of cephalopods in the Museum of the California Academy of Natural Sciences.
J. Steenstrup1862Professor Steenstrup gave some corrections regarding two cephalopods Ommatostrephes pteropus and Dosidicus Eschrichtii, pp. 40-41.
P. Gervais1863On the giant squid of the Mediterranean.
A. Lafont1868Note pour sevir a la faune de la gironde contenant la liste des animaux marins dont la presence a arcachon a ete constatee pendant les annees.
A. Lafont1868Extrait d'une communication faite a la societe Linneenne de Bordeaux dans la Seance Du I Juillet.
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.
W. H. Dall1873Aleutian cephalopods.
A. E. Verrill1874Occurrence of gigantic cuttlefishes on the coast of Newfoundland.
A. E. Verrill1874The giant cuttlefishes of Newfoundland and the common squids of the New England coast.
A. Murray1874Letter to the secretary of the Boston Society of Natural History.
W. S. Kent1875A further communication upon certain gigantic cephalopods recently encountered off the coast of Newfoundland.
A. E. Verrill1875Notice of the occurrence of another gigantic cephalopod (Architeuthis) on the coast of Newfoundland, in December, 1874.
A. E. Verrill1875The colossal cephalopods of the North Atlantic.
P. Gervais1875Remarques au sujet des grandes cephalopodes decabrachides constituant le genre Architeuthis.
A. E. Verrill1876Note on gigantic cephalopods, - a correction.
A. E. Verrill1877Occurrence of another gigantic cephalopod on the coast of Newfoundland..
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. 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. Verrill1880Synopsis of the cephalopods of the northeastern coast of America.
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.
E. A. Smith1881Account of the zoological collections made during the survey of H.M.S. Alert in the Straits of Magellan and on the coast of Patagonia. IV. Mollusca and Molluscoida.
A. E. Verrill1881Giant squid abundant in 1875.
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.


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