Grimpoteuthis Bruuni, A New Species of Finned Octopod (Octopoda: Cirrata) from the Southeastern Pacific
Grimpoteuthis bruuni, new species, is described based upon 16 specimens captured at 250–360 m from off the coast of Chile. Their depth of capture, semigelatinous consistency and general body shape suggest a pelagic habitat in contrast to other known finned octopods.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 1982
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