The Cephalopods Collected by the R/V Atlantis During the West Indian Cruise of 1954
The present report is based upon a collection of cephalopods made by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's research vessel Atlantis in the West Indies in 1954. The collection consists of 83 specimens representing 17 genera and 18 species of which one genus, Selenoteuthis, and two species, Selenoteuthis scintillans and Abralia grimpei, are new to science.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1958-01-01
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