Literature References

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M. R. Clarke, Pascoe P.1991The influence of an electric light in the capture of deep-sea cephalopods
E. J. Denton, Locket N. A.1989Possible wavelength discrimination by multi-bank retinae in the deep-sea fishes
A. F. González, Guerra, A., Pascual, S., Briand, P.1998Vulcanoctopus hydrothermalis gen. et.sp.nov. (Mollusca, Cephadopoda): an octopus from deep-sea hydrothermal vent site
A. Guerra, Villanueva, R., Nesis, K. N., Bedoya, J.1998Redescription of the deep-sea cirrate octopod Cirroteuthis magna Hoyle, 1885, and considerations on the genus Cirroteuthis (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
P. J. Herring, Dilly, P. N., Cope, C.1994The bioluminescent organs of the deep-sea cephalopod Vampyroteuthis infernalis (Cephalopoda: Vampyromorpha)
H. J. T. Hoving, Roeleveld, M. A. C., Lipinski, M. R., Videler, J. J.2006Nidamental glands in males of the oceanic squid Ancistrocheirus lesueurii (Cephalopoda : Ancistrocheiridae) - sex change or intersexuality?
A. G. Humes, Voight J. R.1997Cholidya polypi (Copepoda: Harpacticoida: Tisbidae), a parasite of deep-sea octopuses in the north Atlantic and northeastern pacific
S. Johnsen2007Does new technology inspire new directions? Examples drawn from pelagic visual ecology
T. Kubodera, Machida M.1997An outline of "Study on Deep-Sea Fauna and Preservation of Deep-Sea Ecosystem" conducted by the National Science Museum, Tokyo
I. Matsui, Seidou, M., Horiuchi, S., Uchiyama, I., Kito, Y.1988Adaptation of a deep-sea Cephalopod to the photic environment
I. Matsui, Seidou, M., Uchiyama, I., Sekiya, N., Hiraki, K., Yoshihara, K., Kito, Y.19884-hydroxyretinal, a new visual pigment chromatophore found in the bioluminescent squid, Watasenia scintillans
K. N. Nesis1984Deep-sea cirrate octopuses observed from a submersible
J. E. Pillsbury1964Deep-sea biology bulletin R/V John Elliott Pillsbury in the Gulf of Guinea May 20–June 6, 1964
A. Quetglas, Carbonell, A., Sánchez, P.2000Demersal continental shelf and upper slope cephalopod assemblages from the Balearic Sea (North-western Mediterranean): Biological aspects of some deep-sea species
S. Takahashi, Lee, J. S., Tanabe, S., Kubodera, T.1997Contamination of deep-sea organisms from Suruga Bay, Japan by organochlorine and butyltin compounds
M. Vecchione, Young, R. E., Guerra, A., Lindsay, D. J., Clague, D. A., Bernhard, J. M., Sager, W. W., González, A. F., Rocha, F. J., Segonzac, M.2001Worldwide observations of remarkable deep-sea squids
A. E. Verrill1885Third catalogue of Mollusca recently added to the fauna of the New England coast and the adjacent parts of the Atlantic, consisting mostly of deep-sea species, with notes on others previously recorded
A. E. Verrill1884Second catalogue of Mollusca recently added to the fauna of the New England coast and the adjacent parts of the Atlantic, consisting mostly of deep-sea species, with notes on others previously recorded
R. Villanueva1992Deep-sea cephalopods of the north-western Mediterranean: indications of up-slope ontogenetic migration in two bathybenthic species
R. Villanueva, Guerra, A., Segonzac, M.1997Locomotion modes of deep-sea cirrate octopods (Cephalopoda) based on observations from video recordings on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
J. R. Voight2001Morphological deformation in preserved specimens of the deep-sea octopus Graneledone
J. R. Voight2000The distribution of octopuses of Graneledone (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae) in reference to deep-sea features
J. R. Voight2000A review of predators and predation at deep-sea hydrothermal vents
J. R. Voight, Grehan A. J.2000Egg brooding by deep-sea octopus in the North Pacific Ocean
G. L. Voss1988The Biogeography of the deep-sea Octopoda
G. L. Voss1973Investigations of the biology and distribution of deep-sea fauna, 1964-1966
G. L. Voss1988Evolution and phylogenetic relationships of deep-sea octopods (Cirrata and Incirrata)
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