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Noun1.Cephalopoda - octopusesCephalopoda - octopuses; squids; cuttlefish; pearly nautilus
Mollusca, phylum Mollusca - gastropods; bivalves; cephalopods; chitons
cephalopod, cephalopod mollusk - marine mollusk characterized by well-developed head and eyes and sucker-bearing tentacles
family Nautilidae, Nautilidae - spiral-shelled cephalopods
Dibranchia, Dibranchiata, subclass Dibranchia, subclass Dibranchiata - comprising all living cephalopods except the family Nautilidae: the orders Octopoda (octopuses) and Decapoda (squids and cuttlefish)
class - (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders
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Chance had brought us in presence of this cuttlefish, and I did not wish to lose the opportunity of carefully studying this specimen of cephalopods.
said Conseil; "cuttlefish, real cuttlefish of the cephalopod class?
Yet if we compare the older Reptiles and Batrachians, the older Fish, the older Cephalopods, and the eocene Mammals, with the more recent members of the same classes, we must admit that there is some truth in the remark.
Therefore, it is necessary to construct a correct picture of genetic structure of cephalopods for rational management of exploitation (Shaw 2003).
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Post-Triassic coiled shelled nautiloids share a colour pattern very similar to Nautilus (Mapes & Davis 1995), but Palaeozoic cephalopods exhibit a large variety of shell colouration (Foerste 1930; Teichert 1964; Turek 2009).
frozen cephalopods group 3rd canned fish group fourth frozen crustaceans group fifth dried and smoked fish
If their claws could not penetrate the armor of contemporary fish, the shells of cephalopods, or possibly even the cuticle of other eurypterids, they may have preyed on soft-bodied, slower-moving prey," said Derek Briggs, the G.
Lead concentrations in bivalves, crustaceans, gastropods, and cephalopods in five sampled months were in the ranges of 0.
To get a bit off topic and sound a bit ridiculous for a moment (but bear with me I'm going somewhere with this): Cephalopods should really be ruling the earth.
It fits in the category of cephalopods and octopuses.