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Hubmoldt squid moving north again?


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#1 jumbocalamar

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Posted 25 September 2011 - 11:58 AM

Humboldt squid recently stranded in La Jolla and San Clemente. Perhaps they will repeat the northward march of strandings like in 2002-2003. It would be useful to document this phenomenon as part of our ongoing research efforts. Information on numbers, sizes of animals, locations, dates, etc of strandings or encounters by fishermen would be really appreciated.

Some background can be found at:

http://blogs.scienti...s-from-a-squid/
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Posted 26 September 2011 - 07:07 AM

Humboldt squid recently stranded in La Jolla and San Clemente. Perhaps they will repeat the northward march of strandings like in 2002-2003. It would be useful to document this phenomenon as part of our ongoing research efforts. Information on numbers, sizes of animals, locations, dates, etc of strandings or encounters by fishermen would be really appreciated.

Some background can be found at:

http://blogs.scienti...s-from-a-squid/

Locals have been catching Humboldts @ apx 55..45 North, 135.90 West, Chatham Straight north of Ketchikan, AK. for the last few years.
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