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Figure. Arm II sucker no. 7 of P. lippula, 56 mm ML, immature female, taken from the North Atlantic at 35.2°N, 49.1°W. Left - Oral view. Right - Oblique view. Debris hides the proximal dentition. Photographs by R. Young.
Figure. Arm III sucker no. 6 of P. lippula, 56 mm ML, immature female, taken from the North Atlantic at 35.2°N, 49.1°W. Left - Oral view. Right - Oblique view. Photographs by R. Young.
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Figure. Oral view of large arm III sucker of P. lippula, Hawaiian waters. Photograph by R. Young.
Figure. Oral or oblique oral views of club suckers of P. lippula, Hawaiian waters. Left - Sucker from middle of club. Right - Sucker no. 2 from the proximal end of the club (i.e., the "carpal" region). Photographs by R. Young.
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Planctoteuthis lippula: Sucker scanning electron micrographs
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