10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CIRRATE»
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Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review
Cirrate octopods Cirrate (finned) octopods are highly specialised deep-water
cephalopods that are poorly understood (Collins & Villanueva 2006). They are
characterised by possession of eight arms and paired head fins. They include
R. N. Gibson, R. J. A. Atkinson, J. D. M. Gordon, 2009
Deborah Coldiron. 12 A small number of octopus species have fins on their
mantles! These unusual creatures are called cirrate octopuses. They live deep in
the ocean. The most well-known cirrate octopus is the Dumbo octopus. 12 ...
Australian Palms: Biogeography, Ecology and Systematics
Characterised by non-cirrate leaves; the presence of flagellae; basally tubular
and apically widening inflorescence bracts; and a usually elongate inflorescence.
Sect. Phyllanthectus Furtado: Two species in Australia – C. aruensis, C. vitiensis.
Advances in Polychaete Research
Diagnosis: Small myzostomid with oval trunk ending in two cirrate caudal
processes approximately equal in length to body. From 19 to 25 marginal cirri:
always nine pairs of trunk cirri plus one to four cirri on each caudal process. First,
Elin Sigvaldadottir, Andrew S.Y. Mackie, Gudmundur V. Helgason, 2003
Deep-Sea Biology: A Natural History of Organisms at the ...
Small species of cuttlefish belonging to the family Sepiolidae, common in coastal
soft sediments, occur on the upper slope; but possibly only the deep-sea cirrate
octopods (family Cirroteuthidae) with their inactive, low energy lifestyle of neutral
John D. Gage, Paul A. Tyler, 1992
Cephalopods: Ecology and Fisheries
NOAA Technical Report NMFS, 152, 54. Vecchione, M., Collins, M.A. & Sweeney,
M.J. (2002a) Systematics, ecology and biology of cirrate octopods, workshop
report. Bulletin ofMarine Science, 71, 79 –94. Vecchione, M., Roper, C.F.E.,
Peter Boyle, Paul Rodhouse, 2008
Bobbie Kalman, Rebecca Sjonger. Cirrate bodies Many cirrate octopuses live in
deep water. Their bodies have developed special features that help them survive
in the cold, dark water. Cirri on the arms of these octopuses help them find food.
Bobbie Kalman, Rebecca Sjonger, 2003
Advances In Marine Biology
Biology of the cirrate octopod Grimpoteuthis glacialis (Cephalopoda;
Opisthoteuthidae) in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. South African
Journal of Marine Science 20, 421–428. Vecchione, M., Allcock, A. L., and
Piatkowski, U. (2005).
PROSEA : Plant Resources of South-East Asia 6, Rattans
Leaf very large, cirrate; leaf- sheaths fiercely armed. Found in lowland rain forest.
Because of its growth form and fine quality cane, C. andamanicus could have
potential as a silvicultural crop in South-East Asia. Selected sources 4. Palmae ...
J. Dransfield and N.Monokaran (Editors)
Nereis bifrons: body depressed; peduncles with a single segiterous papilla
cirrate above, the middle ones also branched. This also is found in the Greenland
Seas; is an inch long, has fifty-six segments, and is continually moving. _ , 25.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CIRRATE»
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UN paves way for new high seas treaty
This small deep sea cirrate octopod lives in the North Atlantic Ocean at an extreme depth of 4km. It is bioluminescence, emiting a blue-green ... «WWF International, Jun 15»
Newly Discovered Species of Octopus Named ”Adorabilis”
They are part of the cirrate octopuses but represent only a tiny group within the overall family. With the help of the Monterey Bay Aquarium ... «Capitalberg, Jun 15»
NOAA to explore depths of Caribbean Sea
A dumbo octopus displays a body posture never before observed in cirrate octopods. Unprecedented sights like this are one of the reasons ... «NOAA, Apr 15»
Dumbo Octopus Gives Rare View [Video]
The Dumbo is a cirrate octopus, a type of deep-sea octopus that has thin strands (cerri) that extend from the bottom side of its arms along with ... «Scientific American, Aug 14»
Video: Dumbo octopus
Scientists say it displays a body posture that has never before been observed in a cirrate octopod (Cirrata is one of the two main divisions of ... «EarthSky, May 14»
Unusual Offshore Octopods: Great Glowing Octopus! [Video]
A cirrate octopus, the S. syrtensis has small filament-like cirri on its arms, possibly used for feeding. And like the deep-water dumbo octopus, the ... «Scientific American, Jun 13»
Unusual Offshore Octopods: The `Dumbo' Octopus Swims with Fins …
And belonging to the cirrate octopus group, they possess few suckers, but many of those suckers are equipped with a couple small cirri, small ... «Scientific American, Apr 13»
Unusual Octopods: A Flapjack Devilfish Octopus [Video]
Today, we try to catch a glimpse cirrate octopus Opisthoteuthis calypso, which seems to fly along the deep ocean floor under the power of its ... «Scientific American, Mar 13»
Unusual Octopods Elude Science: The Case of the Football Octopus
Next up: the deep-sea cirrate octopus Opisthoteuthis calypso. Illustration courtesy of Ivan Phillipsen. The views expressed are those of the ... «Scientific American, Mar 13»
World's Cutest Squid, Reprise
Octopuses come in two flavors: incirrate don't have fins and are mostly nearshore, shallow-water; cirrate have fins and tend to live in the open ... «Science 2.0, Aug 11»