Scanning electron micrographs. A, B- Hawaii, central North Pacfic, 85 mm ML. A- Sucker with outer horny ring in place. B- Sucker with outer horny ring removed. The more compressed appearance of this suckers is probably due to the viewing angle and perhaps damage to the sucker.
Chiroteuthis picteti Tentacular Club SuckerRichard E. Young and Clyde F. E. Roper
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