The Cephalopoda Obtained by the Harvard-Havana Expedition Off the Coast of Cuba in 1938-39
The collections of cephalopods obtained by the ATLANTIS off the coasts of Cuba in 1938 and 1939 contained 253 specimens representing 21 genera and 25 species of which 1 genus and 4 species are new to science. All of the species are recorded together with their ranges and distribution. Rossia antillensis n. sp., Heteroteuthis atlantis n. sp., Abralia redfieldi n. sp., and Tetracheledone spinicirrus new genus and species, are described and figured. Rossia brachyura Verrill is figured for the first time. A key to all of the cephalopods definitely known to occur in Cuba is included.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1955
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