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Lampadioteuthis megaleia: Club, Club and Arm Suckers

Richard E. Young
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Figure. Oral views of tentacular club and club and arms suckers of L. megaleia, 31 mm ML, North Atlantic, 41°N, 19°W. A- Tentacular club. B- Large club sucker. C- Sucker from base of arm II. D- Sucker from middle of arm II.


Young, R.E. 1964. A note on three specimens of the squid, Lampadioteuthis megaleia Berry, 1916 (Cephalopoda:Oegopsida) from the Atlantic Ocean, with a description of the male. Bull. Mar. Sci. Gulf Carib., 14(3):444-452.

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Drawings from Young (1964), pp. 445 and 449, printed with the Permission of the Bulletin of Marine Science.

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