Richard Ross (Thales)


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@Thales - Richard Ross

2017 MACNA The Right Kind of Lazy

Journal publications – Rich Ross

2017 Search for the Flapjack Octopus Richard Ross Reef Magazine Winter 2017

2015 Behavior and Body Patterns of the Larger Pacific Striped Octopus
Roy L. Caldwell, Richard Ross, Arcadio Rodaniche, Christine L. Huffard

2014 Collection, Transoport and Husbandry of the Coconut Octopus, Amphioctopus marginatus, from the Philippines Bart Shepherd, Richard Ross, and Marisa Avila 2014 (full text)

2010 Drum and Croaker Vol 41 pg 8 Display, Husbandry and Breeding of Dwarf Cuttle, Sepia bandensis, at the California Academy of Sciences[/URL]
2009Sepia bandensis: husbandry and breeding TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles
2008Individually Unique Body Color Patterns in Octopus (Wunderpus photogenicus) Allow for Photoidentification
2005Keeping and Breeding Dwarf Cuttlefish TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles
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"The 10 Coolest Cephalopods—Period" Richard Ross, Academy researcher Rich Ross is a researcher in the Academy's Albright Lab who specializes in cephalopods and coral spawning—a role he moved into after years spent managing our 212,200-gallon Philippines Coral Reef exhibit as an Academy biologist. A winner of the MASNA Aquarist of the Year Award (now the MASNA Award), author of scientific papers on everything from the coconut octopus to the lesser (and larger) Pacific striped octopus to the glorious Wonderpus, he's eminently qualified to deliver the verdict on Earth's top-ten coolest cephalopods ... period.

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