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43
Scientific Name Chiroteuthis picteti somaliensis
Location off Somalia, western Indian Ocean
Reference Salcedo-Vargas, M. A. 1996. Cephalopods from the Netherlands Indian Ocean Programme (NIOP) - I. Chiroteuthis spoeli, n. spec. and Chiroteuthis picteti somaliensis n. subspec. Beaufortia, 46: 11-26.
Body Part Arm III, sucker 10
Size 90 mm ML
Type Holotype
Copyright © 1996 M.A. Salcedo-Vargas
Image Use ToL use only
Attached to Group Chiroteuthis picteti: view page image collection
Title CpicSomaliensisSuck.jpg
Image Type Drawing/Painting
Image Content Body Parts
Subject Morphology
ID 43
108
Scientific Name Chiroteuthis spoeli
Location Central North Pacific (27N, 165W)
Comments Note the extreme slenderness of the paralarva, the very long ventral arm and long tentacle (wrapped around the head), the small reddish-brown digestive gland near the anterior end of the mantle, and the dorsal position of the oesophagus.
Life Cycle Stage Paralarva
Size 90 mm ML
Image Use creative commons This media file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License - Version 3.0.
Copyright © 1999
Attached to Group Chiroteuthis spoeli: view page image collection
Title ChiroBParalarLive8.jpg
Image Type Photograph
Image Content Specimen(s)
Subject Life History
Notes During capture and handling one tentacle and one of the ventral arms were broken off, the head separated from the mantle and the tail was lost.
ID 108
114
Scientific Name Chiroteuthis sp.
Location Hawaiian waters
Body Part Tentacle-stalk at base
View Oral
Image Use creative commons This media file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License - Version 3.0.
Copyright © 1998
Attached to Group Chiroteuthis: view page image collection
Title ChiroSmStalkPhoto.JPG
Image Type Photograph
Image Content Body Parts
Notes Arrow points to one of many small, light-colored photophores present on the stalk but difficult to recognize.
ID 114
119
Scientific Name Chiroteuthis mega
Reference Voss, G. L. 1967. Some bathypelagic cephalopods from South African waters. Ann. South African Mus., 50: 61-88.
Body Part Intestine and ink sac on the digestive gland
Copyright © 1969 G.L. Voss
Image Use ToL use only
Attached to Group Chiroteuthis mega: view page image collection
Title capensisViscera.jpg
Image Type Drawing/Painting
Image Content Body Parts
Subject Morphology
ID 119
214
Scientific Name Asperoteuthis mangoldae
Creator A. Hart
Size 80 mm ML
Copyright ©
Image Use ToL use only
Attached to Group Asperoteuthis mangoldae: view page image collection
Title AsperogrimaldiTailDraw.jpg
Image Type Drawing/Painting
Image Content Specimen(s)
Notes The drawing is a reconstruction based on the collection of a damaged tail in the same tow with a small (80 mm ML) Asperoteuthis sp.A. The tail did not match the broken end of the gladius from the specimen indicating that a piece of the tail was missing. Tentacular clubs missing from specimen, added to drawing.
ID 214
235
Location Hawaiian waters
Creator A. D. Hart
Sex Male
Life Cycle Stage Immature
Body Part Tentacular club
View Aboral
Size 80 mm ML
Collection NMNH 729752
Type Holotype
Copyright ©
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Attached to Group Asperoteuthis mangoldae: view page image collection
Title asperoSp.Aclub.jpg
Image Type Drawing/Painting
Image Content Body Parts
ID 235
266
Scientific Name Architeuthis
Location New Zealand
Comments Steve O'Shea holding the tentacle of an Architeuthis sp.
Copyright © 1996 Martin Hunter, New Zealand Herald
Image Use restricted
Attached to Group Architeuthis: view page image collection
Title Architeuthis.JPG
Image Type Photograph
Image Content Specimen(s)
ID 266
435
Scientific Name Asperoteuthis mangoldae
Location Hawaiian waters
Creator A. D. Hart
Sex Male
Life Cycle Stage Immature
Body Part Tentacular club suckers
View Oral-oblique, oral
Size 80 mm ML
Collection NMNH 729752
Type Holotype
Copyright ©
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Attached to Group Asperoteuthis mangoldae: view page image collection
Title AsperoSpA.ClubSuck.jpg
Image Type Photograph
Image Content Body Parts
Technical Information Scanning electron micrograph
ID 435
460
Scientific Name Chiroteuthis joubini
Creator A.D. Hart
Body Part Tentacular club (A, C); Club suckers and stalks (B)
View Aboral (A) and oral (B)
Image Use ToL use only
Attached to Group Chiroteuthis joubini: view page image collection
Title CjoubiniClub.jpg
Image Type Drawing/Painting
Image Content Body Parts
Subject Morphology
Notes Note that stalks are approximately equal in size, the pleates are absent, and each stalk is in two parts (thick basal segment and thin distal segment).
ID 460
568
Scientific Name Chiroteuthis joubini
Location Bermuda, western North Atlantic (A); Temperate South Atlantic (B)
Body Part Arm III, sucker 10 (A); Arm IV, sucker 6 (B)
Size 110 mm ML (A); 80 mm ML (B)
Image Use creative commons This media file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License - Version 3.0.
Copyright © 1999
Attached to Group Chiroteuthis joubini: view page image collection
Title CJoubArmSuck.jpg
Image Type Photograph
Image Content Body Parts
Subject Morphology
Technical Information Scanning electron micrograph
ID 568
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