parolfactory

par·ol·fac·tor·y

(par'ol-fak'tōr-ē),
Associated with or related to the olfactory system.
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Decapod cephalopods such as the squid Loligo vulgaris and the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis also have PSVs, or 'parolfactory vesicles'; these are not located on the stellate ganglia, but lie underneath the cranial cartilage casing on and below the optic tract (Young, 1936; Perrelet and Mauro, 1972).
When two extraocular photoreceptor cells from the same cluster in a parolfactory vesicle from a squid (Loligo pealei) were impaled simultaneously, partial electrical coupling was recorded in 1 out of 4 pairs of cells (Sperling et al., 1973).
However, the functional role of the epistellar body and parolfactory vesicles in octopus and squid still remains enigmatic.
Ultrastructure of nerves associated with the epistellar body of the octopod Eledone moschata and the parolfactory vesicles of the squid Todarodes sagittatus.