[Fossils & History] Reconstructed Jurassic tissue reveals passive vampire squid's ancestor may have been an ...

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The Latin name Vampyroteuthis infernalis translates to “vampire squid from hell,” but the foot-long cephalopod is more closely related to octopus ...

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But the ancient cephalopod's suckers are attached to the arms by stalks embedded in round layers of muscle. That muscular arrangement, the team ...

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For all cephalopods, no two tentacles are exactly the same. This cluster of intelligent sea creatures including octopus, squid and shelled nautilus, ...

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But the ancient cephalopod's suckers are attached to the arms by stalks embedded in round layers of muscle. That muscular arrangement, the team says, ...

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Muscular suckers on the extinct cephalopod's arms suggest it used them to clamp onto moving prey.

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The Vampyronassa rhodanica is an ancient species of cephalopod, related to octopus, squid and cuttlefish. A research team from Sorbonne University ...

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palaeontology, invertebrate, fossils, cephalopods, squid, suction, ... of Australia's fossil cephalopod experts based at the Australian Museum.

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From Earth.com:

Vampyronassa rhodanica was a cephalopod, a member of the group that includes cuttlefish, octopuses, squid and the nautilus.

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Vampyronassa rhodanica is an ancient species of cephalopod that lived in ... relatives of the extant vampire squid (Vampyroteuthis infernalis), ...

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A new analysis of fossilised specimens of Vampyronassa rhodanica — an ancient species of cephalopod related to octopus, squid and cuttlefish ...

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Vampyronassa rhodanica, a small cephalopod- a mollusk, that is connected to modern vampire squids but is neither a vampire nor a squid, ...

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... of an ancient octopus, which is an ancient relative of vampire squid. ... comparable to squid or cuttlefish (Decabrachia) that have 10 arms.

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From Live Science:

A Jurassic vampire squid-like creature used supersuckers to snatch prey ... illustration of a jurassic cephalopod called Vampyronassa rhodanica.

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From OICanadian:

... the modern vampire squid, Vampyroteuthis infernalisor vampire of the abyss. ... To feed, the modern cephalopod uses sticky cells on a pair of ...

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