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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caribbean_reef_squid

Caribbean reef squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea), commonly called reef squid, are small 20 cm (7.9 in) torpedo-shaped squid with undulating fins that extend ...

marinebio.org/species.asp?id=286

Find out what's known about Reef Squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea, Cephalopoda, Myopsida, Loliginidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding ...

www.thecephalopodpage.org/MarineInvertebrateZoology/Sepioteuthissepioidea.html

The body of the Caribbean Reef Squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea) is widened and flattened, with adult females reaching a dorsal mantle length of at least 120mm ...

www.montereybayaquarium.org/animal-guide/octopuses-and-kin/bigfin-reef-squid

We hatch bigfin reef squid from eggs sent from Indonesia and Japan, using a unique technique pioneered by our aquarists. Hundreds of "pods," each containing ...

www2.clarku.edu/departments/biology/biol201/2010/erross/reefsquid.html

Sepioteuthis sepioidea is the Caribbean reef squid. The genus Sepioteuthis is a genus of loliginoid squid. The clade includes the Carribbean reef squid, the ...

eol.org/pages/455703/details

Descriptions and articles about the Caribbean Reef Squid, scientifically known as Sepioteuthis sepioidea in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Brie...

reefguide.org/carib/reefsquid.html

Florent's Guide To The Caribbean Reefs - Caribbean Reef Squid - Sepioteuthis sepioidea - Squids - - Squids - Caribbean, Bahamas, Florida -

.ask.com/youtube?q=Reef+Squids&v=90WJBA8qBKY
Jan 19, 2012 ... most people who love nature and wildlife have heard stories of animal / human encounters that indicate some form of communication between ...

animaldiversity.org/accounts/Sepioteuthis_sepioidea

Most cephalopods, including the Caribbean reef squid, are semelparous; that is, individuals die after reproducing for the first and only time. Females lay eggs in ...

www.allatsea.net/caribbean-reef-squid-facts

May 24, 2012 ... Caribbean reef squid during the day often gather in schools of four to 30 individuals; at night they disperse to hunt individually.