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Synonyms for cuttlefish

ten-armed oval-bodied cephalopod with narrow fins as long as the body and a large calcareous internal shell


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Opsins and compounds that work with opsins also show up in skin from the common and broadclub cuttlefishes (Sepia officinalis and S.
So far, though, there's no evidence in squids and cuttlefishes that light striking skin is enough to make chromatophores blush.
March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Octopuses, squid and cuttlefishes have gripped the human imagination for thousands of years.
Living exhibits might feature one of the world's largest cuttlefishes (the broadclub cuttlefish, more than a foot long) and the tiny northern pygmy squid, an inch or less in length.
The canteen where the index patient had eaten the seafood salad was 1 of 17 supplied by a single cooking center that used a precooked, frozen, ready-to-eat product including shrimps, scallops, mussels, hen clams, cuttlefishes, and squid.