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Cephalopods of the world: an annotated and illustrated catalogue of species of interest to fisheries.
Colour patterns in straight-shelled cephalopods (orthocerids, pseudorthocerids and lituitids) are rather poorly known in comparison with oncocerids and discosorids (Nautiloidea).
The maximal lead concentrations in the shellfish except for cephalopods are observed in November.
Squid remains were found in 7 of the 8 analyzed stomachs, but they were represented by only 123 beaks (minimum 73 individuals) of 3 identified taxa (Table 4); cephalopods accounted for only 1.
Among the topics are aquaculture hatchery and water supply and treatment systems, microbial management for bacterial pathogen control in invertebrate aquaculture hatcheries, research on the production of hatchery-reared juveniles of cephalopods with special reference to the common octopus Octopus vulgaris, jellyfish as products and problems of aquaculture, the closed-cycle hatchery production of tuna, and developments in hatchery technology for the striped catfish Pangasianodon hypophthalmus, and Australian freshwater fish as an example of hatchery production for conservation and stock enhancement.
THE FOCUS OF JUDY' FOX'S SIXTH SOLO SHOW IS EXPRESSIVE cephalopods and worms along with one nude mermaid.
Nautilids and Ammonites Worldwide: The World of Cephalopods and Their Reflection in Philately.
Human-developed technology is far superior to cephalopods or other colour-adapting animals when it comes to speed.
Unlike other living cephalopods, which mature relatively quickly, produce large numbers of offspring, and then die, a nautilus can take 10 years to reach sexual maturity.
The detailed history of studies of cephalopods of Southern Africa can be found in Voss (1962) and additional recent references in Jereb and Roper (2005).
Snow like pale cephalopods drifts down as it melts into our lapels
Eight new cephalopods have been busy predicting results of games so far, with officials keeping the table close to their chests.
Also, under Codex classifications, squid fall into the shellfish categories, so the standard will also cover oils from cephalopods.
These solitary cephalopods reach an average size (measured from arm-tip to mantle-tip,) of 30-33 cm.
A SAD week for cephalopods as Paul the Octopus, who shot to international fame after correctly predicting the results of some World Cup matches, has passed away, no doubt heading for that great aquarium in the sky.