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Covering Terminology used in the Description of Externally Shelled Cephalopods (Nautiloids and Ammonoids)
By Kevin Bylund
Note: Kevin welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum.
The structure secreted by the mantle of cephalopods for protection or neutral buoyancy is...
Dr. Allan Jones
University of Dundee
Table of Contents:
Abstract & Introduction
Basic Overview of the Cephalopod
Basic Limb Terminology
The Use of Suckers
A Brief Description of Cavitation
Decapod Sucker Morphology
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