Literature References

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Anonymous1967Australian area cephalopod fisheries and marketing information.
R. Abbes1970Remarques sur quelques cephalopodes mesopelagique du Golfe de Gascogne..
W. Adam1973Cephalopoda from the Red Sea.
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1983Cirrothauma murrayi Chun, a finned octopod.
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1978The blind octopus Cirrothauma.
A. Alvarino, Hunter J. R.1981New records of Alloposus mollis Verrill (Cephalopoda; Octopoda) from the Pacific Ocean.
K. Amoaka, Matsuura, K., Inada, T., Takeda, M., Hatanaka, H.1990Fishes collected by the R/V Shinkai Maru around New Zealand.
M. E. Anderson1978Notes on the cephalopods of Monterey Bay, California, with new records for the area.
A. I. Arkhipkin, Fedulov P. P.1986Diel movements of juvenile Illex illecebrosus and other cephalopods in the shelf water-slope water frontal zone off the Scotain shelf in spring..
A. I. Arkhipkin, Shchetinnikov A. S.1989Fauna and distribution of the young and adult pelagic Cephalopoda of the Gulf of Guinea.
C. Bas1974Distribucion de especies demersales recogidas durante la expedicion oceanographica <<Sahara I>>.
V. E. Bekker, Belyanina, T. N., Kashkin, N. I.1982Mesopelagic fish and cephalopoda from the four regions of the North Atlantic (from collections of the 31st study cruise of the research vessel Akademik Kurchatov).
G. Bianchi1985Field guide to the commercial marine and brackish-water species of Tanzania.
M. Bonnet1973The list of cephalopods captured by the "Thalassa" on the Libyan and East Tunisien coasts in November 1969.
E. E. Boschi, Fenucci J. F.1972Contribution to the knowledge of the marine fauna of Gulf San Jose.
S. B. Brandt1983Pelagic squid association with a warm-core eddy of the east Australian current.
G. M. Cailliet, Karpov, K. A., Ambrose, D. A.1979Pelagic assemblages as determined from purse seine and large midwater trawl catches in Monterey Bay and their affinities with the market squid, Loligo opalescens.
S. D. Cairns1976Cephalopods collected in the straits of Florida by the R/V Gerda.
S. Chang1962Commercial animals of China: marine mollusks, pp. 210-243. [translation]
S. Chikuni1985The fish resources of the northwest Pacific, pp. 98-109.
M. R. Clarke1977Beaks, nets, and numbers.
M. R. Clarke1969Cephalopoda collected on the Sond cruise.
M. R. Clarke, Lu C. C.1975Vertical distribution of cephalopods at 18N, 25W in the North Atlantic..
A. Davidson1976Seafood of south east Asia.
R. K. Dell1959Some additional New Zealand cephalopods from Cook Strait.
W. G. Fields, Gauley V. A.1968A report on the cephalopods collected by Stanford Oceanographic Expedition 20 to the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean September to November, 1968.
J. R. Fontan1989Industry structure: Spain, pp. 74-77.
H. Gamulin-Brida1963A few statistical facts on the Adriatic cephalopods.
J. A. Grieg1933Cephalopods from the west coast of Norway.
A. Guerra1984Cephalopods of the Ria de Vigo. Preliminary results.
A. Guerra, Perez-Gandaras G.1983Las pesquerias mundiales de cefalopodos: situacion actual y perspectivas.
M. Haimovici1988Eledone gaucha, a new species of eledonid octopod (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae) from Southern Brazil.
S. E. Hughes1981Initial U.S. explorations of nine Gulf of Alaska seamounts and their associated fish and shellfish resources.
P. B. R. James1982Remarks on the cephalopod resources of India.
N. Jelescu, Papadopol N.1978Adaptation of the 49/32 m trawl net and its rigging for Octopus fishingin the north west African coastal waters.
S. Jones1968The molluscan fishery resources of India.
J. E. King, Iversen R. T. B.1967Midwater trawling for forage organisms in the central Pacific 1951-1956.
T. Kubodera, Jefferts K.1984Distribution and abundance of the early life stages of squid, primarily Gonatidae (Cephalopoda, Oegopsida) in the northern North Pacific (Part 1).
C. E. Lea, Wormuth J. H.1981Gulf Stream cyclonic rings experiment: Pelagic cephalopod data report: Time series cruises KNORR 62, 65, 71 and ENDEAVOR 11.
J. Lee, Kanda, K., Sato, O.1983The relation between fishing gear and fishing ability for offshore trawl fisheries around Choshi.
C. C. Lu, Clarke M. R.1975Vertical distribution of cephalopods at 40N, 53N and 60N at 20W in the North Atlantic.
C. C. Lu, Clarke M. R.1975Vertical distribution of cephalopods at 11N, 20W in the North Atlantic..
C. C. Lu, Roper C. F. E.1979Cephalopods from deepwater dumpsite 106 (Western Atlantic): vertical distribution and seasonal abundance.
C. C. Lu, Roper C. F. E.1975Cephalopoda obtained during selected MARMAP cruises in the Western Atlantic.
K. M. Mangold1974Cephalopodes recoltes lors des campagnes polymede I et II en Mediterranee.
K. M. Mangold, Boletzky S. V.1973New data on reproductive biology and growth of Octopus vulgaris.
A. L. Massy1916Mollusca. Part II Cephalopoda.
B. Mesnil1977L'exploitation des cephalopodes situation et perspectives.
K. N. Nesis1975Cephalopods of the American Mediterranean Sea.
K. N. Nesis1972Oceanic cephalopods of the Peru current: horizontal and vertical distribution.

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