- The first 6 of 7 tentacle-photophores in Pyroteuthis addolux.
The double construction of the large, oval Pyroteuthis tentacle-photophores is best seen here in photophore number 5 with the smaller component (white) seen at the distal end of the yellowish oval component.
- The 4 tentacle-photophores of Pterygioteuthis microlampas.
The double photophores are absent in Pterygioteuthis.
Pyroteuthid Tentacular PhotophoresRichard E. Young and Katharina M. Mangold (1922-2003)
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