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Abralia veranyi

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Abralia veranyi is a species of squid in the family Enoploteuthidae. Common names include the eye-flash squid, Verany's enope squid and the midwater squid .

Abralia veranyi (Rüppell, 1844) - World Register of Marine Species

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English, Unreviewed: has not been verified by a taxonomic editor Verany's enope squid Unreviewed: has not been verified by a taxonomic editor eye-flash squid ...

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Glowing fluorescent squid with one eye - Business Insider

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Jun 22, 2015 ... This crazy squid with one huge eye was just spotted glowing in the wild ... This eye catching strawberry squid uses fluorescence to blend in and ...

Absurd Creature of the Week: The Squid That Looks Like a Bee ...

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Aug 14, 2015 ... The strawberry squid has two eyes. ... The small one, by contrast, points downward to detect flashes of bioluminescence that could reveal prey.

NOAA Ocean Explorer: Bioluminescence and Vision on the Deep ...

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Jul 9, 2015 ... Figure 1: Examples of the various uses of bioluminescence. Upper left) Counterillumination of the bottom surface in the eye-flash squid, Abralia ...

Watch Jumbo Squid Speak by 'Flashing' Each Other

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Jan 21, 2015 ... Giant Humboldt squid, which can grow as big as a man, speak to each other in flashes of color, their whole bodies quickly changing from red to ...

Giant squids' huge eyes see the light of charging whales - Phenomena

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Mar 15, 2012 ... The giant squid sees the world with eyes the size of soccer balls. ... they knock tiny animals like jellyfish and crustaceans that flash in response.

Why do dogs get blue, not red, eyes in flash photos? - Scientific ...

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Oct 28, 2002 ... "Red eye," the all too familiar nemesis of amateur photographers, occurs when a person ... If the flash is on the same axis as the visual axis of the camera, the reflection of the light ... How do squid and octopuses change color?

Transparent Octopus Goes Opaque in Blink of an Eye ... - LiveScience

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Nov 10, 2011 ... Transparent Octopus Goes Opaque in Blink of an Eye ... The squid sees the flash of light, and that visual stimulus triggers skin pigments called ...

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Eye Flash Squid by Danté Fenolio - Fine Art America

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Jun 12, 2013 ... The Eye Flash Squid, Abralia veranyi, (Enoploteuthidae) is found in the Atlantic, Mediterranean, Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico.

scienceNOW | Profile: Edith Widder: Glowing in the Dark (non-Flash ...

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(non-Flash) In this feature, see a menagerie of bizarre ocean creatures that use light to ... open-ocean predators like the hatchetfish have upturned eyes and mouths. ... The squid in this image, Abralia veranyi, is such a master of disguise that it ...

Eye Flash Squid - animals, animals, animals - Tumblr

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Glowing in the Dark: Everybody's doing it. Counterillumination is something you need to see to believe. One testament to its effectiveness is the enormous ...

Abralia veranyi BIO210 - BioWeb Home

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Abralia veranyi is a very small species of squid found in the family Enoploteuthidae and is commonly called the eye-flash squid or midwater squid! In this website ...

The eye of the colossal - The Colossal Squid Exhibition - Te Papa

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The colossal squid has the largest animal eyes ever studied. It possibly has the largest eyes that have ever existed during the history of the animal kingdom.