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An analysis of the size of the largest cephalopods: Architeuthis and Mesonychoteuthis
Authored by Dr. Steve O'Shea and Dr. Kat Bolstad
Steve and Kat are members of the TONMO staff. You can communicate with them both in our Cephalopod Science forums.
INTRODUCTION TO FACT SHEETS
A Guide to Frequently Used Characters, Character States and Measures
Last updated: 11/27/02
Frequently cited anatomical characters, structures, organ systems, measures and ratios employed in descriptions of cirrate and incirrate octopods are depicted in figures 1-6:
Figure 1 (click image...
The following PDF files were contributed to TONMO over the years for sharing with the community.
Summary of files
Estimating age and growth rate in Architeuthis dux
Steve O’Shea Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand
Caoimhghin Ó Maolagáin, National Institute of...