The world's biggest squid fishing community.
Describes the discovery of three animals once thought to be imaginary (the gorilla, Komodo dragon, and giant squid) and discusses the research being conducted to prove or disprove the existence of the Loch Ness Monster, Big Foot, and the Abominable Snowman.
Arnold, G. P. (1979). Squid: a review of their biology & fisheries. Pinner, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
Arnold, J. M. (1974). A Guide to laboratory use of the squid Loligo pealei. Woods Hole, Mass., Marine Biological Laboratory.
Australia. Fisheries Division. (1979). Market prospects for Australian squid. Canberra, A.G.P.S.
Benchley, N. and M. Richter (1973). The deep dives of Stanley Whale. New York, Harper & Row.
A young whale's desire to explore the deep, black water gets him into trouble with a giant squid but helps him save his Uncle Moby from whalers.
Berk, Z. and E. R. Pariser (1974). Processing squid for food. Cambridge, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Bradbury Helen, E. (1970). Observations on the functional anatomy of the Ommastrephid Illex Illecebrosus (Leseur 1821)(Coleoidea: Cephalopoda): with emphasis on musculature and the blood vascular system.
Conklin, G. P. (1977). The octopus and other cephalopods. New York, Holiday House.
Describes the characteristics and habits of the octopus, squid, argonaut, and other cephalopods, that class of mollusks having a mantle, tentacles, and the ability to change color.
Corning, W. C., J. A. Dyal, et al., Eds. (1975). Invertebrate learning. New York; London, Plenum Press.
Cousteau, J. Y., P. Diolé, et al. (1973). Octopus and Squid: the soft intelligence. London, Cassell.
CSIRO. Division of Food Research. Consumer Liaison Section. (1976). Australian molluscs: oysters, scallops, mussels & pipis, abalone, squid, octopus & cuttlefish. [North Ryde, N.S.W., CSIRO Division of Food Research.
Davis, G. M., R. Robertson, et al. (1979). Catalog of the chiton types of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa., Dept. of Malacology of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia].
Giese, A. C. and J. S. Pearse (1977). Reproduction of marine invertebrates. New York (etc.); London, Academic Press.
Goodhue, W. W. (1973). The external and internal morphology of the common Atlantic squid, Loligo pealii Lesueur. New York, Vantage Press.
Goulard, R. and S. Project Squid Workshop on Combustion Measurements in Jet Propulsion (1976). Combustion measurements: modern techniques and instrumentation; [proceedings]. New York (etc.); London, Academic Press [etc.].
Hedge, A. (1972). Colour vision and chromatic behaviour in cephalopods.
Hersey, R. L., Raytheon Company. Oceanographic and Environmental Services., et al. (1978). Juvenile squid populations in Block Island Sound. Portsmouth, R.I., Raytheon.
Japan Marine Fishery Resource Research Center. (1979). Interim report of feasibility study on squid jigging fisheries in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, 1978 (around Tasmania and southeastern Australia). Tokyo? Japan Marine Fishery Resource Research Center.
Lu, C. C. and C. F. E. Roper (1979). Cephalopods from Deepwater Dumpsite 106 (western Atlantic): vertical distribution and seasonal abundance. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution Press.
McSweeny, E. S. (1978). Systematics and morphology of the Antarctic cranchiid squid Galiteuthis glacialis [Chun]. Washington, American Geophysical Union.
Naef, A. (1972). Cephalopoda. Jerusalem, Israel Program for Scientific Translations.
Nixon, M., J. B. Messenger, et al. (1977). The biology of cephalopods: the proceedings of a symposium held at the Zoological Society of London on 10 and 11 April 1975. London (etc.), Published for the Zoological Society of London by Academic Press.
Norton, J. (1978). Silurian cephalopods of the Welsh borderland. Shrewsbury, Caradoc & Severn Valley Field Club.
Penney, C. M., M. Lapp, et al. (1974). Laser Raman gas diagnostics. New York; London, Plenum Press.
Recksiek, C. W., H. W. Frey, et al. (1978). Biological, oceanographic, and acoustic aspects of the market squid, Loligo opalescens Berry. [Sacramento], State of California, Resources Agency, Dept. of Fish and Game.
Roper, C. F. E. and W. L. Brundage (1972). Cirrate octopods with associated deep-sea organisms: new biological data based on deep benthic photographs (Cephalopoda). Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.].
Roper, C. F. E., M. J. Sweeney, et al. (1978). A catalog of the type-specimens of Recent Cephalopoda in the National Museum of Natural History. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press.
Roper, C. F. E. and R. E. Young (1975). Vertical distribution of pelagic Cephalopods. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press.
Soule, G. (1975). Remarkable creatures of the seas. New York, Putnam.
Facts about numerous animals in and about the sea, including blowfish, sharks, manta rays, squid, and the Man-of-war fish.
Stroud, G. D. (1978). Squid. Edinburgh, HMSO.
Tansey, E. M. (1978). A histochemical study of the cephalopod brain.
Tasmanian Fisheries Development Authority. (1979). Squid outlook, Tasmania 1979-80. Hobart, Tasmanian Fisheries Development Authority.
Tomiyama, T. and T. Hibiya (1978). Fisheries in Japan: squid and cuttlefish. Tokyo, Japan Marine Products Photo Materials Association.
Vevers, G. and J. Bee (1977). Octopus, cuttlefish & squid. London, Bodley Head.
Voss Gilbert, L., R. Williamson Gordon, et al. (1971). Cephalopods of Hong Kong. Hong Kong, Government Press.
Voss, G. L., L. Opresko, et al. (1973). The potentially commercial species of octopus and squid of Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean Sea. Miami, University of Miami Sea Grant Program.
Wormuth, J. H. (1976). The biogeography and numerical taxonomy of the oegopsid squid family Ommastrephidae in the Pacific Ocean. Berkeley, University of California Press.