- SQUID,. n.pr acronym for superconducting quantum interference device.
- Ocean Trawl Squid (Teuthida)
- (Teuthida). EXPLOITATION STATUS UNDEFINED. Status of Gould's or arrow squid (Nototodarus gouldi) has not been assessed in NSW.
- Ultrastructure of spermiogenesis inVampyroteuthis infernalis Chun
- but not in any investigated species of the Sepiida, Sepiolida or Teuthida.
- Geo.Acta vol 2(2)2004 01
- This species is the first record of the Order Teuthida in the Jurassic of South America. Toarcian. Coleoidea.
- PRIMER REGISTRO DEL CALAMAR DIAMANTE 7K
- (Cephalopoda: Teuthida: Oegopsina) in the Colombian Caribbean Sea.
- Report of the Workshop on Sexual Maturity Staging of Cephalopods
- Teuthida Session (Loligo vulgaris, Loligo forbesii, Illex coindetii, . The workshop was carried out in 3 sessions (Octopoda, Teuthida and Sepiida).
- Yankee Stadium Bleacher Creatures' historic roll call comes in continued Game
- "Get out of here, you've made thousands off us," Blue Lou yelled, before beginning the "Squid" chant, which has something to do with cephalopods of the order Teuthida, plus the ink they squirt, and the pen I brandish.
- Squid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Squid are cephalopods of the order Teuthida, which comprises around 300 species.
- Squid - Order Teuthida (or Teuthioda, Tenthoidea)
- Order Teuthida (or Teuthoida, Tenthoidea). This large order is comprised of the most popular of all the cephalopods: the squid.
- Cephalopoda Teuthida
- The Order Teuthida contains the squids and, like all other cephalopods, they use jet propulsion for locomotion.
- Teuthida - Encyclopedia of Life
- Teuthida () in Encyclopedia of Life. Mollusca +. Cephalopoda +.
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