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image of the Giant Squid Architeuthis dux

A image of the Giant Squid Architeuthis dux (photographed by T. Kubodera)

Publications for which we present multimedia support.

Vecchione and Gaston. 1985. In situ observations on the small-scale distribution of juvenile squids (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae) on the northwest Florida shelf.

Vecchione. 1988. In situ observations on a large squid-spawning bed in the eastern Gulf of Mexico.

Vecchione and Roper. 1991. Cephalopods observed from submersibles in the western North Atlantic.

Vecchione, Robison and Roper. 1992. A tail of two species: tail morphology in paralarval Chiroteuthis.

Felley and Vecchione. 1994. Assessing habitat use by nekton on the continental slope using archived videotapes from submersibles.

Herdendorf, Thompson and Evans. 1995. Science on a deep-ocean shipwreck.

Young. 1995. Aspects of the natural history of pelagic cephalopods of the Hawaiian mesopelagic-boundary region.

Roper and Vecchione. 1996. In situ observations on Brachioteuthis beanii Verrill: paired behavior, probably mating (Cephalopoda, Oegopsida).

Roper and Vecchione. 1997. In situ observations test hypotheses of functional morphology in Mastigoteuthis(Cephalopoda, Oegopsida).

Vecchione and Young. 1997. Aspects of the functional morphology of cirrate octopods: locomotion and feeding.

Wood, Kenchington, and O'Dor. 1998. Reproduction and embryonic development time of Bathypolypus arcticus, a deep-sea octopod (Cephalopoda: Octopoda).

Young, Vecchione and Donovan, 1998. The evolution of coleoid cephalopods and their present biodiversity and ecology.

Vecchione. 2001. Cephalopods of the continental slope east of the United States.

Roper and Vecchione. 2001. Pickfordiateuthis bayeri, a new species of squid (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae) from the western North Atlantic Ocean discovered by submersible.

Vecchione, et al. 2001. Worldwide observations of remarkable deep-sea squids.

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