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(1996). Evolution of coleoid cephalopods, American Malacological Union.

Abbott, N. J., R. Williamson, et al. (1995). Cephalopod neurobiology: neuroscience studies in squid, octopus, and cuttlefish. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Agra, E. (1995). Squid 94 Venice: squid, octopus, cuttlefish, [np].

Boon, K. (1995). Octopuses and squids. Stevenage, Badger.

Cargnelli, L. M. and Northeast Fisheries Science Center (U.S.) (1999). Essential fish habitat source document. Longfin inshore squid, Loligo pealeii, life history and habitat characteristics. Woods Hole, Mass., U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Northeast Region, Northeast Fisheries Science Center.

Carpenter Kent, E. and O. Food and Agriculture (1997). Living marine resources of Kuwait, Eastern Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qutar, and the United Arab Emirates. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Carpenter Kent, E., H. Niem Volker, et al. (1998). Living marine resources of the Western Central Pacific. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Cerullo, M. M. and J. L. Rotman (1997). The octopus: phantom of the sea. New York, Cobblehill Books.

Describes the physical characteristics, feeding and mating habits, and defense mechanisms of octopuses, and gives information about other cephalopods, including the squid, the cuttlefish, and the chambered nautilus.



Copyright Collection (Library of Congress) (1998). Sea monsters--search for the giant squid.

Crumble, M. (1995). Madison squid & the ghost of slapstick. Wayne, NJ, Streetlight Books Pub. America.

De Bruin George, H. P., A. Bogusch, et al. (1995). The marine fishery resources of Sri Lanka. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Dussling, J. and P. Johnson (1999). Giant squid: mystery of the deep. New York, Grosset & Dunlap.

Describes a giant squid recently found off the coast of New Zealand, whose twenty-five-foot-long body can now be studied by scientists to reveal more facts about this mysterious creature of the deep.

Ellis, R. (1998). The search for the giant squid. New York, Lyons Press.

European, C. (1997). Collection of consolidated texts: Commission regulation (EEC) no. 3611/84 of 20 December 1984 fixing the conversion factors for frozen squid = Recueil de textes consolidés: règlement (CEE) no 3611/84 de la Commission, du 20 dècembre 1984, fixant les coefficients d'adaptation pour les calmars congelés. Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

Evans, N. A. (1997). Squid phototransduction: major protein components of the photoreceptor cell, Leeds.

Förch, E. C. and National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (N.Z.) (1998). The marine fauna of New Zealand: Cephalopoda:Oegopsida:Architeuthidae (giant squid). Wellington, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research.

Fox, R. J. (1996). Barbarella and the giant squid. Lyme Regis, J. Bragg.

García, E., G. Casadevall, et al. (1997). Giant squid: monsters of the deep. Milwaukee, Gareth Stevens Publishing.

Describes the physical characteristics, habitat, behavior, and life cycle of these immense marine predators.

Glanfield, W. (1997). A morphological and electrophysical study of the cephalopod posterior chromatophore lobe.

Gong, Y. (1995). Scientific papers on fisheries oceanography (1960-1995). Pusan City, Republic of Korea, National Fisheries Research and Development Agency.

Great Britain. National Lottery, C. and B. Great (1999). Licence under Section 6 of the National Lottery etc. Act 1993: squids in, February 1999: game 70. London, National Lottery Commission.

Hanlon, R. T. and J. B. Messenger (1996). Cephalopod behaviour. Cambridge; New York, Cambridge University Press.

Hilborn, R. and M. Mangel (1997). The ecological detective: confronting models with data. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press.

Hudson, E. J. (1995). An analysis of the catch and effort data for the fishing fleet operating during the second season of the Loligo gahi squid fishery in the Falkland Islands, 1994.

Hunt James, C. (1996). Octopus and squid. Monterey, Calif., Monterery Bay Aquarium Press.

Joubin, L., H. A. Rehder, et al. (1995). Cephalopods from the scientific expeditions of Prince Albert I of Monaco. Washington, D.C, Smithsonian Institution Libraries: National Science Foundation.

Knuckey, I. A. and D. K. Ryan (1997). Biological data on squid caught in the fishery off south-eastern Australia: A pilot study. Final report to the Australian Fisheries Management Authority. Queenscliff, Vic., Marine and Freshwater Resources Institute.

León, V. (1999). A tangle of octopuses: plus cuttlefish, nautiluses, and a giant squid or two. Parsippany, N.J., Silver Burdett Press.

Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, diet, habitat, life cycle, and intelligence of the octopus and other members of the cephalopod family.

Llinás, R. R. (1999). The squid giant synapse: a model for chemical transmission. New York; Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Madan Jeannie, J. (1995). Oxygen uptake by the gills and skin of cephalopods, University of Cambridge.

N*orin Suisan Gijutsu Kaigi. Jimukyoku. (1995). Akaika no k*osentakusei gyokaku gijutsu no kaihatsu. T*oky*o, N*orin Suisan Gijutsu Kaigi Jimukyoku.

Nesis, K. N., M. J. Sweeney, et al. (1997). Selected English translations of Kir N. Nesis cephalopod publications. Washington, DC, Smithsonian Institution Libraries.

Nesis, K. N., M. J. Sweeney, et al. (1997). Selected English translations of publications on cephalopods by Kir N. Nesis. Washington, DC, Smithsonian Institution Libraries.

O'Dor, R. K., E. G. Dawe, et al. (1998). Squid recruitment dynamics: the genus illex as a model, the commercial illex species and influences on variability. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

O'Shea, S. (1999). The marine fauna of New Zealand: Octopoda (Mollusca:Cephalopoda). Wellington, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research.

Okutani, T. and Kaiyåo Suisan Shigen Kaihatsu Sentåa (Japan) (1998). Contributed papers to international symposium on large pelagic squids: July 18-19, 1996. Tokyo, Japan Marine Fishery Resources Research Center.

Phillips, R. E. (1998). Dissection and anatomy of the squid: instruction manual. Burlington, N.C., Carolina Biological Supply Co.

Poutiers, J.-M., W. Schneider, et al. (1996). The living marine resources of Somalia. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Reed, C. M. (1996). The ultrastructure and innervation of squid chromatophore muscles.

Ros, J., Á. Guerra, et al., Eds. (1997). Ecology of marine molluscs, Institut de Ciencies del Mar, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas.

Scieszka, J. and L. Smith (1998). Squids will be squids: fresh morals, beastly fables. London; New York, Viking.

Seafood Services Australia., Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (Australia), et al. (1997). Adding value to squid: some product options. Ascot, Qld., Seafood Services Australia.

Seward, H. (1998). Octopus & squid. Vero Beach, Fla., Rourke Press.

Introduces the octopus and squid, their habits, physical appearance, and predators and prey.

Swartz, S. L. and R. Yin (1999). Octopuses, squid & cuttlefish. Carlsbad, Calif., USA, Dominie Press.

Tansey, E. M. (1997). How the squid giant axon came to Plymouth.

Thiele, J., R. Bieler, et al. (1998). Handbook of systematic malacology. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution Libraries: National Science Foundation.




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