Literature References

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T. Amaratunga, Neilson, J. D., Gillis, D. J.1979Food and feeding of the short finned squid, Illex illecebrosus, on the Scotian shelf in 1978.
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.
M. C. Dunning1979Interesting squid catches during Bight fish survey.
G. V. Hurley, Beck P. C.1979Assessment of the short finned squid, Illex illecebrosus in ICNAF Subarea 3 for 1978.
J. P. Jameson1979Southern Australian squid fishery--resource, gear and methods.
J. P. Jameson1979What's the cost of converting for squid?
K. A. Karpov, Cailliet G. M.1979Prey composition of the market squid, Loligo opalescens Berry, in relation to depth and location of capture, size of squid, and sex of spawning squid.
R. Letaconnouy1979Squid (Illex) catches by the French fleet in 1978.
M. R. Lipinski1979Stock assessment of Illex illecebrosus (Lesueur, 1821) in ICNAF Division 4W determined by area density method.
C. C. Lu, Roper C. F. E.1979Cephalopods from deepwater dumpsite 106 (Western Atlantic): vertical distribution and seasonal abundance.
A. Mari, Valdes, E., Dominguez, R.1979Abundance estimates and fishing mortality rates of the squid, Illex illecebrosus, in Subareas 3 and 4.
K. N. Nesis, Nigmatullin C. M.1979The distribution and biology of the genus Ornithoteuthis Okada, 1927 and Hyaloteuthis Gray, 1849.
C. W. Recksiek, Kashiwada J.1979Distribution of larval squid, Loligo opalescens, in various nearshore locations.
D. L. Vaughan, Recksiek C. W.1979Detection of market squid, Loligo opalescens, with echo sounders.
K. F. Wiborg1979Todarodes saggitatus (Lamarck). Investigations in Norwegian coastal waters, in the northern North Sea and south of the Faroes during October 1978-May 1979.
K. F. Wiborg1979Gonatus fabricii (Lichtenstein), a possible fishery resource in the Norwegian Sea.
R. E. Young1979Bioluminescence. Creatures of the twilight zone use light to make themselves invisible.
R. E. Young, Roper, C. F. E., Walters, J. F.1979Eyes and the extraocular photoreceptors in midwater cephalopods and fishes: their roles in detecting downwelling light for counter illumination..
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