Cirrina or Cirrata is a suborder and one of the two main divisions of octopuses.
Cirrate ... †Pohlsepia (incertae sedis); Genus †Proteroctopus (incertae sedis);
Find out what's known about Finned Deep-sea Octopuses, Grimpoteuthis spp.,
Cephalopoda, Octopoda, Opisthoteuthidae, including their world range and ...
Feb 27, 2016 ... The finned octopods are of medium to large size (up to 1.5 m total length,
although there is a photographic record .... Cirrates are deepsea octopods that
live in all of the world's oceans. ... Light-emitting suckers in an octopus.
One of the rare finned octopods known as “Dumbos” collected on the summer ...
Dumbo octopuses, however, like other deep-sea octopuses, have no ink sacs.
Dec 29, 2013 ... Despite this we probably have a limited understanding of the real diversity of
deep-sea octopus species, largely because of the limited ...
Grimpoteuthis spp, are known as the deepest living of all octopus species. ... (
9800 to 13000 ft), with some living as deep as 7,000 m (23000 ft) below sea level
Dumbo Octopuses. Grimpoteuthis spp. The name dumbo octopus refers not just
to one species but to an entire genus of deep-sea umbrella octopuses, noted for
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Oct 19, 2010 ... These finned octopuses belong to an order of animals called Cirrata named for
the presence of hair-like structures called 'cirri' on their arms ...
Little is known about the finned octopuses in the suborder Cirrata as they are
found in the deep sea. Voss (1988) describes them as 'soft-bodied,
Apr 26, 2013 ... Down in the dark depths of the deep ocean live more than a dozen species of "
Dumbo" octopuses. These octopods from the genus ...