Jean, there are some truly wonderful cranch squid photos at that site. I've spent a lot of time looking at two in particular, on this page:Click here. "Antarctic Cranch Squid," eh?
Elsewhere there's a remarkable shot of a long-armed, big-tailed "Deep Sea Squid" (no ID) that's either on a monifilament line or shooting out one (or both) tentacles...the questionable bit goes out of frame. You'll know it when you see it.
ps: I'd buy prints of some of these pics, they're that good.
I think it's hooked on a baited line, it's also "upside down", if there is such a thing in the weightless abbyss. Those M. hamiltonii pics are (as far as I can tell) not of a specimen we've seen before, by the way "Are those messie's eyes, I see before me?" Spectacular Spectacular!
PS: Would that be marine bioluminescence expert Peter J. Herring from Southampton, by any chance?
PPS: If so, there might be more where that came from!