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Noun1.Sepiidae - true cuttlefishes
mollusk family - a family of mollusks
Decapoda, order Decapoda - squids and cuttlefishes
genus Sepia, Sepia - type genus of the Sepiidae
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Characterization of complete mitochondrial genome and phylogeny of Sepia lycidas (Sepioidea, Sepiidae).
Adam W (1966) The Sepiidae (Cephalopoda: Decapoda) in the collections of the Western Australian Museum.
Sepia esculenta (Cephalopoda: Sepiidae) indicated by microsatellite DNA variations.
Hupe of the Museum of Natural History in Paris, who determined that this squid should not belong to the genera Sepia (Sepiidae) or Loligo (Loliginidae), but rather to the family Ommastrephidae d'Orbigny, 1835 (for details see Schneider, 1930).
Size selectivity in the diet of the young cuttlefish Sepia officinalis (Mollusca: Sepiidae).
In fact, the last time shells of Sepia from the KwaZulu-Natal Museum were examined for taxonomic purposes was in 1968 when Roeleveld received five shells of Sepia incerta Smith, 1916 (not from the type series) on loan for her publication on Sepiidae of Southern Africa (Roeleveld 1972: 214, pl.
La arquitectura de los tubulos seminiferos de Octopus mimus es identica a la descrita para algunas especies de la familia Loliginidae, Sepiidae y Octopodidae (Budelman, et al.), lo cual ratifica que el patron de organizacion tubular del testiculo es un atributo que se ha conservado durante la evolucion de los cefalopodos.
pharaonis three closely species of the sepiidae, we tested cross-amplification on the following three sepiidaes: Sepia lycidas, Sepia esculenta, and Sepiella japonica, with 10 individuals from each species.
Statolith identification of Mediterranean Octopodidae, Sepiidae, Loliginidae, Ommastrephidae and Enoploteuthidae based on warp analyses.
Length-weight relationship in males and females of Sepia orbignyana and Sepia elegans (Cephalopoda: Sepiidae).
This study plays an important role in the investigation of phylogenetic relationships, taxonomic resolution, and phylogeography for Sepiidae species.
A review of the cephalopod family Sepiidae. The John Murray Expedition, Scientific Reports, 11, 165 pp.