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Field guide to squids and octopods of the Eastern North Pacific and Bering Sea / Elaina M. Jorgensen

Por: Jorgensen, Elaina M [autor/a].
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 Libro impreso(a) Series Editor: Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks, c2009Descripción: vi, 93 páginas : fotografías, ilustraciones ; 23 centímetros.ISBN: 1566121396; 9781566121392.Tema(s): Calamares | Octopoda | DiccionariosDescriptor(es) geográficos: Océano Pacífico Norte | Mar BeringClasificación: C/594.58 / J6 Nota de bibliografía: Bibliografía: páginas 87-91 e índice de especies y nombres comunes: páginas 92-93 Número de sistema: 53904Contenidos:Mostrar Resumen:
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This guide helps natural science enthusiasts and scientists identify squids and octopods from the eastern North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea. These regions have been difficult to sample due to rough seas, leaving the cephalopod fauna poorly known until now. A key to 44 species is included, and the book is well illustrated with line drawings, color photos, and maps, and is printed on waterproof paper. Author Elaina Jorgensen is a fisheries scientist at the NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center, where she has worked on paralarval taxonomy and spatial ecology of cephalopods for more than 10 years.

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Bibliografía: páginas 87-91 e índice de especies y nombres comunes: páginas 92-93

Dedication.. Acknowledgments.. About the Author.. Introduction.. Identification Key.. Illustrated Glossary of Measurements.. Illustrated Glossary of Technical Terms.. Species Accounts.. Decapodiformes.. Order Myopsida Family Loliginidae.. Doryteuthis opalescens.. Order Oegopsida Family Chiroteuthidae.. Chiroteuthis calyx.. Family Cranchiidae.. Subfamily Cranchiinae.. Cranchia scabra.. Subfamily Taoniinae.. Belonella borealis.. Galiteuthis phyllura.. Taonius pavo.. Family Enoploteuthidae.. Abraliopsis felis.. Family Gonatidae.. Berryteuthis anonychus.. Berryteuthis magister.. Eogonatus tinro.. Gonatopsis borealis.. Gonatopsis sp.. Gonatus berryi.. Gonatus californiensis.. Gonatus madokai.. Gonatus middendorffi.. Gonatus onyx.. Gonatus oregonensis.. Gonatus pyros.. Gonatus ursabrunae.. Family Histioteuthidae.. Histioteuthis heteropsis.. Stigmatoteuthis dofleini.. Family Octopoteuthidae.. Octopoteuthis deletron.. Taningia danae.. Family Ommastrephidae.. Subfamily Ommastrephinae.. Dosidicus gigas.. Eucleoteuthis luminosa.. Ommastrephes bartramii.. Sthenoteuthis oualeniensis.. Subfamily Todarodinae.. Todarodes pacificus.. Family Onychoteuthidae.. Moroteuthis robusta.. Onychoteuthis borealijaponicus.. Order Sepioidea Family Sepiolidae.. Subfamily Rossiinae.. Rossia pacifica.. Octopodiformes.. Order Octopoda Suborder Cirrata.. Family Opisthoteuthidae.. Opisthoteuthis californiana.. Suborder Incirrata.. Family Bolitaenidae.. Bolitaena pygmaea.. Japetella diaphana.. Family Octopodidae.. Benthoctopus leioderma.. Benthoctopus oregonensis.. Benthoctopus sibiricus.. Enteroctopus dofleini.. Graneledone boreopacifica.. Octopus californicus.. Octopus rubescens.. Sasakiopus salebrosus.. Superfamily Argonautoida.. Family Argonautidae.. Argonauta argo.. Family Ocythoidae.. Ocythoe tuberculata.. Order Vampyromorpha Family Vampyroteuthidae.. Vampyroteuthis infernalis

References.. Index to Species and Common Names.. Map of the Eastern North Pacific and Bering Sea.. Inside back cover

This guide helps natural science enthusiasts and scientists identify squids and octopods from the eastern North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea. These regions have been difficult to sample due to rough seas, leaving the cephalopod fauna poorly known until now. A key to 44 species is included, and the book is well illustrated with line drawings, color photos, and maps, and is printed on waterproof paper. Author Elaina Jorgensen is a fisheries scientist at the NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center, where she has worked on paralarval taxonomy and spatial ecology of cephalopods for more than 10 years. eng

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