Approaches to resolving cephalopod
movement and migration patterns.
The moderately expanding shell of the Early Ordovician cephalopod
Hedstroemoceras haelluddense Foerste shows narrow zig-zag bands.
Lead concentrations in bivalves, crustaceans, gastropods, and cephalopods
in five sampled months were in the ranges of 0.
1927 Parksoceras lepidodendroides Cephalopod
mollusc William Arthur Parks, Director/Curator
9454 Table 4 Cephalopod
prey from the stomachs of Sowerby's beaked whales (Mesoplodon bidens) taken in the pelagic drift gillnet fish ery for Swordfish (Xiphias gladius) in the western North Atlantic between August 1989 and July 1996.
The other 15 terracotta and casein works are either cephalopods
This book is intended for individuals with philatelic interests or for cephalopod
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).
The animal had 10 tentacles and was part of a group of predator cephalopod
molluscs that lived in the area.
Like Owen's Memoir, Tennyson's poem studies a cephalopod
who comes to human attention when he rises to the surface of the sea, and dies there.
You recognize him in ``Dead Man's Chest,'' even though the demonic Davy's face is entirely covered by an octopus-like cephalopod
generated by Industrial Light & Magic computers.
Raghu heads up FEMP Exports (India) Pvt Ltd, which produces cephalopod
products in Alleppey, Kerala.