Field guide for Cephs

ArchyNorth

GPO
Supporter
#1
Umm, I hope I'm not breaking any copyright laws here, but I found an very interesting PDF article on the web. Its a field guide for cephalopods in Greenland waters.
It is very well put together, and has some great photos and discriptions.

Enjoy,

**If this is going to cause any problems, let me know and I can get rid of this. Cited below.

Frandsen and Zumholz (2004), Cephalopods in Greenland Waters –
a field guide. Technical report no. 58, Pinngortitaleriffik, Greenland
Institute of Natural Resources
 

Melissa

Larger Pacific Striped Octopus
Supporter
#3
Thanks for posting this, Arthur.

PDFs like this are usually put online to make them available to the public, like us.

The pictures are great, both the photos of specimens and the drawings. TONMOers working on models will want to look at the drawings. The text is in English. The categories addressed are Cirrate Octos, Incirrate Octos, Teuthids, and Sepiolids.

Now you know what I'm doing when I should be working!

Melissa
 

TPOTH

Vampyroteuthis
Registered
#7
lemme see....
right-click
Save as...
*Waits for download* nice day isn't it?
Ping!
Download complete
Open file
:grin:
Print file
*Waits for printing* quite sunny hey?
Close file

Blablabla copyright blablabla shame on you blablabla you just killed a faerie by posting such link....

TPOTH
 

ArchyNorth

GPO
Supporter
#8
??

I haven't tried to print it yet. It won't let you?
 

chrono_war01

Colossal Squid
Supporter
#10
I printed some of it, but I wasn't very interested since I have nuthin to do with that part of the world.
 

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