Members' Publications

DWhatley

Cthulhu
Staff member
Moderator
#1
TONMO members have published numerous cephalopod papers over the years. This thread is an attempt to keep a reference list. If you have a published work, please start a post beginning with your member name followed by your Author name and any references you wish to display. I will attempt to keep items current as they show up on my Google scholar scans but by originating the post, supporters can also update/edit their own list.

Thank you!

Note: videos/podcasts of lectures, unreviewed works, and articles count too!

Note: Feel free to comment on other members' works. To keep the list as a list, I will delete the comment after adding it as a note to the sited work.
 

Thales

Colossal Squid
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Moderator
#2
Thales - Richard Ross

Journal publications – Rich Ross

2017 Search for the Flapjack Octopus Richard Ross Reef Magazine Winter 2017

2015 Behavior and Body Patterns of the Larger Pacific Striped Octopus
Roy L. Caldwell, Richard Ross, Arcadio Rodaniche, Christine L. Huffard

2014 Collection, Transoport and Husbandry of the Coconut Octopus, Amphioctopus marginatus, from the Philippines Bart Shepherd, Richard Ross, and Marisa Avila 2014 (full text)

2010 Drum and Croaker Vol 41 pg 8 Display, Husbandry and Breeding of Dwarf Cuttle, Sepia bandensis, at the California Academy of Sciences[/URL]

2009
Sepia bandensis: husbandry and breeding TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles

2008
Individually Unique Body Color Patterns in Octopus (Wunderpus photogenicus) Allow for Photoidentification

2005
Keeping and Breeding Dwarf Cuttlefish TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles
 
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gjbarord

Sepia elegans
Staff member
Moderator
#3
gjbarord - Gregory J. Barord



2017 Culture Methods of the Grass Shrimp, Palaemonetes sp
Drum and Croaker Volume 48, page 22
Hanna Walker, Laboratory Assistant, Gregory J. Barord, PhD, Marine Biology Instructor,

2016 A revisited phylogeography of Nautilus pompilius
Lauren E. Vandepas, Frederick D. Dooley, Gregory J. Barord, Billie J. Swalla, Peter D. Ward

2016 Nautilus: biology, systematics, and paleobiology as viewed from 2015
Peter Ward, Frederick Dooley, Gregory Jeff Barord

2015 On the biology, behavior, and conservation of the chambered nautilus, Nautilus sp.by Barord, Gregory Jeff, Ph.D., CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, 2015, 96 pages; 3729078 (Dissertation)


2014 Numbering the Nautiluses: The Quest to Save A Living Fossil

2014 Comparative Population Assessments of Nautilus sp. in the Philippines, Australia, Fiji, and American Samoa Using Baited Remote Underwater Video Systems Gregory J. Barord, Frederick Dooley, Andrew Dunstan, Anthony Ilano, Karen N. Keister, Heike Neumeister, Thomas Preuss, Shane Schoepfer, Peter D. Ward

2014 1 – 800 DIAGNOSE MY NAUTILUS

2012 FIRST REPORT OF A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF A MUCODEGENERATIVE DISEASE IN THE CHAMBERED NAUTILUS (NAUTILUS POMPILIUS)

2012 A synthetic approach to the study of learning and memory in Chambered Nautilus (Cephalopoda: Nautiloidea).

2011 Drum and Croaker Vol 42 pg 20 Post-Mortem Analysis of Cuttlebones Provides Critical Insight into the Natural History of Captive Cuttlefish, Sepia

2010 Determining the effects of stocking density and temperature on growth and food consumption in the pharaoh cuttlefish, Sepia pharaonis, Ehrenberg 1890

2010 Drum and Croaker Vol 41 pg 71 Snarfgugglins

2009 Drum and Croaker Vol 40 pg 12 BZZZ


2007 Tropical Fish Hobbyist Magazine Aquarium Science: Husbandry of the Nautilus: Aspects of its Biology, Behavior, and Care Adam Daw and Gregory J. Barord
 
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Tintenfisch

Architeuthis
Staff member
Moderator
#4
Tintenfisch - Kat Bolstad

Rui Rosa, Vanessa M. Lopes, Miguel Guerreiro, Kathrin Bolstad, José C. Xavier
Biology and ecology of the world’s largest invertebrate, the colossal squid (Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni): a short review [2017]

HE Braid, T Kubodera, KSR Bolstad - Marine Biodiversity,
One step closer to understanding the chiroteuthid families in the Pacific Ocean [2017]

HE Braid & KSR Bolstada
Systematics of the Mastigoteuthidae Verrill, 1881 (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida) from New Zealand waters [2015]

Bolstad, K. S., Braid, H. E., & McBride, P. D. Molecular phylogenetic analysis of the squid family Mastigoteuthidae (Mollusca, Cephalopoda) based on three mitochondrial genes [2014].

Hoving HJ, Perez JA, Bolstad KS, Braid HE, Evans AB, Fuchs D, Judkins H, Kelly JT, Marian JE6, Nakajima R7, Piatkowski U, Reid A, Vecchione M, Xavier JC (2014) The study of deep-sea cephalopods Advances in Marine Biology

Bolstad, K. S. R., Perez, J. A. A., Strugnell, J. M., & Vidal, E. A. G. (2014) Cranchiids of the South Atlantic Mid-Oceanic Ridge: results from the first southern MAR-ECO expedition. Journal of Natural History.

Evans, A. B., & Bolstad, K. S. R. (2014) Ecology and ontogeny of the cranchiid squid Teuthowenia pellucida in New Zealand waters Journal of Natural History.

2012 Sneaky Squid with Kat Bolstad, Aukland Museum

Braid, H. E., McBride, P. D., & Bolstad, K. S. R. (2013). Molecular phylogenetic analysis of the squid family Mastigoteuthidae (Mollusca, Cephalopoda) based on three mitochondrial genes. Hydrobiologia (online first), 1-20.

Bolstad, K. S. R., & Hoving, H. J. T. (2011). Spermatangium structure and implantation sites in onychoteuthid squids (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida). Marine Biodiversity Records, 4(e5).

Bolstad, K. S. R. (2010) Systematics of the Onychoteuthidae Gray, 1847 (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida). Zootaxa 2696, 1-186.

Hoving, H. J. T., Lipinski, M. R., Videler, J. J., & Bolstad, K. S. R. (2010). Sperm storage in females of the deep-sea squid Taningia danae Joubin, 1931 (Oegopsida: Octopoteuthidae. Marine Biology, 157(2), 393-400.

2010 Onychoteuthis Tree of Life

2010 Onychoteuthida Tree of Life

Bolstad, K. S. (2008). A global revision of the hooked squids, family Onychoteuthidae. The Malacologist, 50, 17-18.

Laptikhovsky, V., Arkhipkin, A., & Bolstad, K. S. (2008). A second species of the squid genus Kondakovia (Cephalopoda: Onychoteuthidae) from the sub-Antarctic. Polar Biology, 32(1), 21-26. doi:10.1007/s00300-008-0497-x

Bolstad, K. S. (2008). Two new species and a review of the squid genus Onychoteuthis Lichtenstein, 1818 (Oegopsida: Onychoteuthidae) from the Pacific Ocean. Bulletin of Marine Science, 83, 481-529.

2008 Giant Squid and Colossal Squid Fact Sheet TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Science Articles

2008 Onychoteuthis lacrima Tree of Life

2008 Onychoteuthis prolata Tree of Life

2008 Onychoteuthis banksii Tree of Life

Bolstad, K. (2007). Systematics and distribution of the New Zealand onychoteuthid fauna (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida), including a new species, Notonykia nesisi sp. nov. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 17, 305-335.

2007 Onychoteuthis meridiopacifica Tree of Life

O'Shea, S., Jackson, G., & Bolstad, K. (2007). The nomenclatural status, ontogeny and morphology of Pholidoteuthis massyae (Pfeffer, 1912) new comb (Cephalopoda: Pholidoteuthidae). Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 17, 425-435.
Bolstad, K. S. (2006). Sexual dimorphism in the beaks of Moroteuthis ingens Smith, 1881 (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida: Onychoteuthidae). New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 33(4), 317-327.

O'Shea, S., Bolstad, K., & Ritchie, P. A. (2004). First records of egg masses of Nototodarus gouldi McCoy, 1888 (Mollusca: Cephalapoda: Ommastrephidae), with comments on egg-mass susceptibility to damage by fisheries trawl. New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 31, 161-166.

Bolstad, K., & O'Shea, S. (2004). Gut contents of a giant squid Architeuthis dux (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida) from New Zealand waters. New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 31, 15-21.

2003 Deep-Sea Cephalopods: An Introduction and Overview TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Science Articles
Bolstad, K. S., & Kensley, B. (1999). Two new species of Hansenium (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellota) from Madang, Papua New Guinea. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 112(1), 164-174.
 
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Architeuthoceras

Architeuthis
Staff member
Moderator
#5
Architeuthoceras - Kevin G. Bylund

2017
Early Triassic environmental dynamics and microbial development during the Smithian–Spathian transition (Lower Weber Canyon, Utah, USA) - Sedimentary Geology, 2018
C Thomazo, E Fara, G Escarguel, KG Bylund

2017[/B] Marine Early Triassic Actinopterygii from Elko County (Nevada, USA): implications for the Smithian equatorial vertebrate eclipse
Carlo Romano, James F. Jenks, Romain Jattiot, Torsten M. Scheyer, Kevin G. Bylund, Hugo Bucher

2017
Early Triassic fluctuations of the global carbon cycle: New evidence from paired carbon isotopes in the western USA basin
Gwénaël Caravaca, Christophe Thomazo, Emmanuelle Vennin, Nicolas Olivier, Théophile Cocquerez, Gilles Escargue. Emmanuel Fara, James F. Jenks,
Kevin G. Bylund, Daniel A. Stephen, Arnaud Brayard

2017
Smithian ammonoid faunas from northeastern Nevada: implications for Early Triassic biostratigraphy and correlation within the western USA basin
Romain Jattiot, Hugo Bucher, Arnaud Brayard, Morgane Brosse, James F. Jenks, Kevin G. Bylund

2017
Unexpected Early Triassic marine ecosystem and the rise of the Modern evolutionary fauna
Arnaud Brayard,L. J. Krumenacker,Joseph P. Botting,James F. Jenks,Kevin G. Bylund, Emmanuel Fara, Emmanuelle Vennin, Nicolas Olivier, Nicolas Goudemand, Thomas Saucède, Sylvain Charbonnier, Carlo Romano, Larisa Doguzhaeva, Ben Thuy, Michael Hautmann, Daniel A. Stephen, Christophe Thomazo, Gilles Escarguel

2016 A diagenetic control on the Early Triassic Smithian–Spathian carbon isotopic excursions recorded in the marine settings of the Thaynes Group (Utah, USA)
C. Thomazo, E. Vennin, A. Brayard, I. Bour, O. Mathieu, S. Elmeknassi, N. Olivier, G. Escarguel, K. G. Bylund, J. Jenks, D. A. Stephen, E. Fara

2015 Microbial deposits in the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction: A diverging case from the Mineral Mountains (Utah, USA)
Emmanuelle Vennin1,Nicolas Olivier, Arnaud Brayard, Ivan Bour, Christophe Thomazo, Gilles Escarguel, Emmanuel Fara, Kevin G. Bylund, James F. Jenks,
Daniel A. Stephen, Richard Hofmann

2014 Smithian shoreline migrations and depositional settings in Timpoweap Canyon (Early Triassic, Utah, USA) NICOLAS OLIVIER, ARNAUD BRAYARD, EMMANUEL FARA, KEVIN G. BYLUND, JAMES F. JENKS, EMMANUELLE VENNIN, DANIEL A. STEPHEN, GILLES ESCARGUELGeological Magazine FirstView Article pp 1-18

Hofmann, R., Hautmann, M., Brayard, A., Nützel, A., Bylund, K. G., Jenks, J. F., Vennin, E., Olivier, N., Bucher, H., 2013, Recovery of benthic marine communities from the end-Permian mass extinction at the low latitudes of eastern Panthalassa. Palaeontology

Brayard, A., Bylund, K. G., Jenks, J., Stephen, D. A., Olivier, N., Escarguel, G., Fara, E. &Vennin, E., 2013. Smithian ammonoid faunas from Utah: implications for Early Triassic biostratigraphy, correlations and basinal paleogeography. Swiss Journal of Paleontology. 132:141-219.

Daniel A. Stephen, Kevin G. Bylund, Patricia Garcia, R. Dawn McShinsky, Holley Jean Carter, 2012, Taphonomy of dense concentrations of juvenile ammonoids in the Upper Cretaceous Mancos Shale, east-central Utah, USA. Geobios 45(1):121-128.

Arnaud Brayard, Emmanuelle Vennin, Nicolas Olivier, Kevin G. Bylund, Jim Jenks, Daniel A. Stephen, Hugo Bucher, Richard Hofmann, Nicolas Goudemand & Gilles Escarguel, 2011, Transient metazoan reefs in the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction, Nature Geoscience, Vol. 4, no. 10. See the Science Daily story

Arnaud Brayard, Alexander Nützel, Andrzej Kaim, Gilles Escarguel, Michael Hautmann, Daniel A. Stephen, Kevin G. Bylund, Jim Jenks, and Hugo Bucher, 2011, Gastropod evidence against the Early Triassic Lilliput effect: REPLY Geology, v. 39, p. e233

Arnaud Brayard, Alexander Nützel, Daniel A. Stephen, Kevin G. Bylund, Jim Jenks, and Hugo Bucher, 2010, Gastropod evidence against the Early Triassic Lilliput effect, Geology , v. 38, no. 2, p. 147-150. See the story on Science Daily

Daniel A. Stephen, Kevin G. Bylund, Paul J. Bybee and Wesley J. Ream, 2010, Ammonoid Beds in the Lower Triassic Thaynes Formation of western Utah, USA, in: Cephalopods – Present and Past, edited by K. Tanabe, Y. Shigeta and T. Sasaki & H. Hirano. Tokai University Press, Tokyo, p. 243-252

2010 Morphology of Fossil Cephalopod Shells TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Fossil Articles

Pisera, Andrzej, Rigby, J. Keith and Bylund, Kevin, 1996, Lower Triassic Hexactinellid Sponges from the Confusion Range, Western Utah: Brigham Young University Geology Studies, vol. 27, pt 2 Download a copy Here[/B]
 
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CaptFish

Colossal Squid
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Moderator
#6

Nancy

Titanites
Staff member
Moderator
#7
Nancy - Nancy King

2008 Dunlop, Colin and Nancy King. Cephalopods: Octopuses and Cuttlefish for the Home Aquarium

2004 Before You Get An Octopus as a Pet... TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles

2003 Octopus Basics - Keeping an Octopus as a Pet TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles

2003 Is Octopus Ink Similar to Fountain Pen Ink? TONMO Articles->Other Cephy Articles

2002 Visit to the NRCC (2002) TONMO Articles->Other Cephy Articles

200? Octopus bimaculoides Care Sheet TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles
 

robyn

Vampyroteuthis
Supporter
#9
Robyn - Robyn J Crook

2017 The selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor fluoxetine increases spontaneous afferent firing, but not mechanonociceptive sensitization, in octopus Paul V. Perez, Hanna M. Butler-Struben, Robyn J. Crook

2017 Identifying cephalopod ‘pain’ through measures of neural and behavioral plasticity after injury Cephalopod Science from Biology to Welfare Heraklion, Greece

2016 Peripheral injury alters schooling behavior in squid, Doryteuthis pealeii
Megumi Oshimaa,Theodor Di Pauli von Treuheim, Julia Carroll,Roger T Hanlon,Edgar T Walters,
Robyn J Crook

2014 Cephalopod Cognition Chapter 2 Evolution of Behavioral and Neural Complexity: Learning and Memory in Chambered Nautilus
Jennifer Basil, Robyn Crook

2014 Neuroethology: Self-Recognition Helps Octopuses Avoid Entanglement RJ Crook, ET Walters - Current Biology

2014 Nociceptive Sensitization Reduces Predation Risk Robyn J. Crook, Katharine Dickson, Roger T. Hanlon, Edgar T. Walters

Alupay, J.S., Hadjisolomou, S.P and Crook, R.J. (2014). Arm injury produces long-term behavioral and neural hypersensitivity in octopus. Neurosci. Lett. 558, 137-142

Crook, R.J., Hanlon, R.T. and Walters, E.T. (2013). Squid have nociceptors that display long term sensitization and spontaneous activity after bodily injury. J. Neurosci. 33(24) 10021-10026 (featured in ‘Outside JEB’, ‘BrainFacts.org’)

Crook, R.J. (2013). The welfare of invertebrates in research: Can science’s next generation improve their lot? (Invited review) J. Postdoct. Res. 1(2), 9-20

Crook, R.J., and Basil, J.A. (2013). Flexible spatial orientation and navigational strategies in Chambered Nautilus. Ethology, 119(1), 77-85

Wardill, T., Gonzalez-Bellido, P., Crook, R.J. and Hanlon, R.T. (2012) Neural control of tunable skin iridescence in squid. Proc R. Soc. B, 279(1745) 4243-4252

Basil, J.A., Barord, G., Crook, R.J., Derman, R., Ju, C.H., Travis, L. and Vargas, T. (2012) A synthetic approach to the study of learning and memory in Chambered Nautilus (Cephalopoda: Nautiloidea). Vie Et Milieaux, 61(4) 231-242

Crook, R.J., Lewis, T., Hanlon, R.T and Walters, E.T. (2011). Peripheral injury produces long-term sensitization of responses to tactile and visual stimuli in squid, Loligo pealei. J. Exp. Biol. 214, 3173-3185

Crook, R.J. and Walters, E.T. (2011). Nociceptive behavior and physiology in Molluscs: Animal welfare implications. ILAR. 52 (2) 185-195

Crook, R.J., Hanlon, R.T and Basil, J.A. (2009). Memory of visual and topographical features suggests spatial learning in the ancient cephalopod, nautilus (Nautilus pompilius L.). J. Comp. Psych. 3 264-274

Crook, R.J., and Basil, J. (2008). A role for nautilus in studies of the evolution of brain and behavior (Invited review). Comm. Int. Bio. 1: 61-62

Crook, R.J. and Basil, J.A. (2008). A biphasic memory curve in the Chambered Nautilus, Nautilus pompilius L. (Cephalopoda: Nautiloidea) J. Exp. Biol. 211: 1992-1998 (Article featured in Nature Research Highlights, ScienceDaily, ScienceBlogs)
 
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Colin

Colossal Squid
Supporter
#10
Colin - Colin Dunlop

2008 Cephalopods: Octopuses and Cuttlefish for the Home Aquarium

200? Ceph Care Equipment List TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles

2004 Before you buy a cuttlefish.... TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles

2003 Keeping cephalopods in captivity TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles

2003 Cuttlefish Basics - Keeping a Cuttlefish as a Pet TONMO Articles->Cephalopod Care Articles

2002 Do Octopuses Commit Suicide? TONMO Articles->Other Cephy Articles

2002 Visit to the NRCC (2002) TONMO Articles->Other Cephy Articles
 
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GPO87

Sepia elegans
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Moderator
#11
GPO87 - Aaron Boyd Evans

Aaron B. Evans, Monica L. Acosta, Kathrin S. Bolstad
Retinal Development and Ommin Pigment in the Cranchiid Squid Teuthowenia pellucida (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida) PLOS One

Hoving HJ, Perez JA, Bolstad KS, Braid HE, Evans AB, Fuchs D, Judkins H, Kelly JT, Marian JE6, Nakajima R7, Piatkowski U, Reid A, Vecchione M, Xavier JC (2014) The study of deep-sea cephalopods Advances in Marine Biology

Evans, A.B. (2013). Ecology and ontogeny of the cranchiid squid Teuthowenia pellucida in New Zealand waters. Masters Thesis, Auckland University of Technology.

Evans, A.B. & Bolstad, K.S.R. (2014). Ontogeny of the deep-sea cranchiid squid Teuthowenia pellucida (Cephalopoda: Cranchiidae) from New Zealand waters. Journal of Natural History. 1-23.
 
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Danna

Cuttlefish
Registered
#12
Danna - Danna Joy Staaf

2017
Squid Empire: The Rise and Fall of the Cephalopods Danna Staaf

2015
Vampire Squid And The Evolution of Cephalopod Sex Squid A Day Blog Danna continues with more information on the finding that "Vampire squid are the first coleoid cephalopod to demonstrate true iteroparity."

Read more: Vampire Squid And The Evolution Of Cephalopod Sex

2015
Why Poop-Eating Vampire Squid Make Patient Parents KQEd Science Danna Discusses the newly discovered many year egg production of Vampire Squid.

2014
Lady Squid Parts Things We Don't Know (blog) Explaining the open questions of science. Guest Blogger Danna Staff

2014 Aperture effects in squid jet propulsion Danna J. Staaf, William F. Gilly, Mark W. Denny

Calamari Steaks vs Rings The Life and times of California’s squids
Ocean Bights Winter 2013 Volume 4, Number 2 Danna Staaf, Ph.D.


Staaf, D.J., Redfern, J.V., Gilly, W.F., Watson, W., Ballance, L.T., 2013. Distribution of ommastrephid paralarvae in the eastern tropical Pacific.Fishery Bulletin 111: 78-89.

Making Squid Babies: Investigations of an Invertebrate Invasion Nerd Nite SF (2012)

Staaf, D.J., Zeidberg, L.D., Gilly, W.F., 2012. Effects of temperature on embryonic development of the Humboldt squid, Dosidicus gigas. Marine Ecology Progress Series 441: 165-175.

Villanueva, R., Staaf, D.J., Argüelles, J., Bozzano, A., Camarillo-Coop, S., Nigmatullin, Ch.M., Petroni, G., Quintana, D., Sakai, M., Sakurai, Y., Salinas-Zavala, C.A., De Silva-Dávila, R., Tafur, R., Vidal, Erica A. G., Yamashiro, C., 2012. A laboratory guide to in vitro fertilization of oceanic squids. Aquaculture 342-343: 125-133.

Mazzillo, F.F.M., Staaf, D.J., Field, J.C., Carter, M.L., Ohman, M.D., 2011. A note on the detection of the neurotoxin domoic acid in beach-stranded Dosidicus gigas in the Southern California Bight. CalCOFI Reports 52.
Staaf, D.J., 2010. Reproduction and early life of the Humboldt squid. Ph.D. thesis, Stanford University.
Staaf, D.J., Ruiz-Cooley, R.I., Elliger, C., Lebaric, Z., Campos, B., Markaida, U., Gilly, W.F., 2010. Ommastrephid squids in the Central and Eastern Pacific show a convergent biogeographic break but divergent population structures. Marine Ecology Progress Series 418: 165-178.
Staaf, D.J., Camarillo-Coop, S., Haddock, S.H.D., Nyack, A.C., Payne, J., Salinas-Zavala, C.A., Seibel, B.A., Trueblood, L., Widmer, C., Gilly, W.F., 2008. Natural egg mass deposition by the Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Gulf of California and characteristics of paralarvae. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 88: 759-770.

Moltschaniwskyj, N.A., K. Hall, M.R. Lipinski, J.E.A.R. Marian, M. Nishiguchi, M. Sakai, D.J. Shulman, B. Sinclair, D.L. Sinn, M. Staudinger, R. Van Gelderen, R. Villanueva, K. Warnke, 2007. Ethical considerations when using cephalopods as experimental animals. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 17: 455-476.
Shulman, D.J. and F.G. Hochberg, 2007. Dicyemida. In: The Light and Smith Manual: Intertidal Invertebrates from Central California to Oregon, 4th edition (ed. James Carlton). University of California Press.

Hochberg, F.G. and D.J. Shulman, 2007. Cephalopoda. In: The Light and Smith Manual: Intertidal Invertebrates from Central California to Oregon, 4th edition (ed. James Carlton). University of California Press.
 
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Taollan

Vampyroteuthis
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ceph

Wonderpus
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Moderator
#14
ceph - James B. Wood


Publications

Coauthors that were my former students or interns are underlined below.

Peer Reviewed

Carere, C., Wood J.B., Mather J. (2011) Species differences in captivity: where are the invertebrates? Trends Ecol. Evol. 26, 211.

Wood, J.B., Maynard, A.E., Lawlor, A.G., Sawyer, E.K., Simmons, D.M.,Pennoyer, K.E., Derby, C.D. (2010) Caribbean reef squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea, use ink as a defense against predatory French grunts, Haemulon flavolieatum. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 388: 1-2, 20-27.

Byrne, R.A., Wood J.B., Anderson R.C. and Griebel U. (2010) Non-invasive methods of identifying and tracking wild squid. Ferrantia 59, 22-31.

Zeeh K.M. and Wood J.B. (2009) Impact of Visible Implant Elastomer Tags on Growth Rates of Captive Caribbean Reef Squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea). Fisheries Research. 95: 2-3, 362-364.

Wood J.B., Pennoyer K.E. and Derby C. D. (2008) Ink is a conspecific alarm cue in the Caribbean reef squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 367: 1, 11-16.

Anderson R.A., Wood J.B., Mather J. (2008) Diet of Octopus vulgaris in the Caribbean: Variety is the spice of life. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 199-202.

Replinger S.E. and Wood J.B. (2007) A preliminary investigation of the use of subcutaneous tagging in Caribbean reef squid Sepioteuthis sepioidea (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae). Fisheries Research. 84: 308-313.

Melzner F., Forsythe J.W., Lee P.G., Wood J.B., Piatkowski U. and Clemmesena C. (2005) Estimating recent growth in the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis: Are nucleic acid based indicators for growth and condition the method of choice? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 317: 37-51.

Semmens J.M., Pecl G.T., Villanueva R., Jouffre D., Sobrino I., Wood J.B. and Rigby P.R.. (2004) Understanding octopus growth: patterns, variability and physiology. Marine and Freshwater Research. 55: 367-377.

Wood J.B. and Anderson R.A. (2004) Interspecific evaluation of octopus escape behavior. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. 7: 2, 95-106.

Wood J.B., Byrne R.B. Monks N. (2003) Coleoid cephalopods through time and cyberspace: using CephBase to examine behavior and selection. Berliner Geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen. 3: 261-266.

Byrne R.A., Griebel U., Wood J.B. and Mather J.A. (2003) Squid say it with skin a graphical model for skin displays in Caribbean Reef Squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea). Berliner Geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen. 3: 29-35.

Anderson R.A., Wood J.B. and Byrne R.A. (2002) Octopus senescence: the beginning of the end. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. 5: 4, 275-283.

Anderson R.A. and Wood J.B. (2001) Enrichment for giant pacific octopuses: happy as a clam? Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. 4: 157-168.

Adamo S.A., Brown W.M., King A.J., Mather J., Mather L., Shoemaker K.L., and Wood J.B. (2000) Agonistic and reproductive behaviours of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis in a semi-natural environment. Journal of Molluscan Studies. 66: 417-419.

Wood J.B., Day C.L., Lee P.G., and O'Dor R.K. (2000) CephBase: testing ideas for cephalopod and other species-level databases. Oceanography 13: 3, 14-20.

Wood J.B. and O'Dor R.K. (2000) Do larger cephalopods live longer? Effects of temperature and phylogeny on interspecific comparisons of age and size at maturity. Marine Biology 136: 1, 91-99.

Wood J.B. (2000) The natural history of Bathypolypus arcticus (Prosch), a deep-sea octopus. PhD Thesis, Dalhousie University.

Wood J.B. and Wood D.A. (1999) Enrichment for an Advanced Invertebrate. The Shape of Enrichment. 8:3, 1-5.

Wood J.B., Kenchington E. and O'Dor R.K. (1998) Reproduction and embryonic development time of Bathypolypus arcticus, a deep-sea octopod (Cephalopoda: Octopoda). Malacologia 39: 1-2, 11-19.

Books

Mather, J.A., Anderson, R.C., Wood, J.B. (2010) Octopus: The ocean’s intelligent invertebrate. Timber Press, Portland, OR. 240pgs.


Non-peer reviewed professional publications and book chapters

Anderson R.C. and Wood J.B. (2009) Feeding Octopuses Live Crabs is Good Enrichment. Drum and Croaker. Vol 40. pgs. 9-11.

Wood J.B. and Jackson K.J. (2005) Bermuda's Marine Biodiversity. In: Caribbean Marine Biodiversity: The Known and the Unknown. Miloslavich P. and Klein E. (EDS). DEStech Publications, Inc., Lancaster, PA. 324 pgs.

Wood J.B., Zhang P.Y., Costello M.J. and Grassle F.J. (2005) An introduction to OBIS (www.iobis.org). In: Caribbean Marine Biodiversity: The Known and the Unknown. Miloslavich P. and Klein E. (EDS). DEStech Publications, Inc., Lancaster, PA. 324 pgs.

Wood J.B., O'Dor R.K. and U. Piatkowski. (2001) Introduction to CephBase www.cephbase.utmb.edu ACP-EU Fisheries Research Report No. 8, ACP-EU Fisheries Research Initiative, ISSN 1025-3971, pgs 44-49.

Piatkowski U. and Wood J.B. (2001) Cephalopods: What makes them an ideal group for an Internet database. ACP-EU Fisheries Research Report No. 8, ACP-EU Fisheries Research Initiative, ISSN 1025-3971, pgs 39-43.


Popular publications

2012 Drum and Croaker Vol 43 pg 35 Raising Baby Octopuses

Anderson R.C. and Wood J.B. (2011) Captive Calamari: The Challenge of Keeping Captive Squid. Drum and Croaker. Vol 42.

Wood J.B. and Zeeh K.M. August (2011) Bioluminescence: Fireworks in the Night. Aquarium Fish International Magazine. Reprinted from 2007 Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Magazine.

Wood J.B. and R.C. Anderson. (2009) Keeping cephalopods. Marine Fish and Reef USA. 11: 18-31.

Wood J.B. and Zeeh K.M. March (2007) Bioluminescence: Fireworks in the Night. Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Magazine.

Worthington R. and Wood J.B. (2003) Top 50 Signs That Your Octopus is Getting Out of Hand. Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Magazine.

Wood J.B. (2002) What we don't know about nautilus. Tentacle, no. 10, Jan. 2002.

Wood J.B. (1999) The Importance of Stability in Aquariums. Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Magazine. 22: 4.

Wood J.B. and Wood D.A. (1998) James's Rearing Chambers. Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Magazine. 21: 12.

Wood J.B. (1998) Cuttlefish Husbandry. Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Magazine. 21: 7-10.
Part 1, July 1998
Part 2, Aug. 1998
Part 3, Sep. 1998 (plus cover photo)
Part 4, Oct. 1998

Wood J.B. (1995) Raising and Rearing Octopus briareus In: The Journal of Maquaculture. 3: 2.

Wood J.B. (1994) Don't Fear the Raptor; an Octopus in the Home Aquarium. Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Magazine. 17: 4.

Wood J.B. (1991) Carpet Crisis. Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Magazine. 14: 11.

Meetings, Presentations and Workshops

Invited Guest Speaker.
2013. Anderson R.C. and Wood J.B. Color in Cephalopods: the Passing Cloud Display. World Congress of Malacology. Azores, Portugal, July 21-28.

Workshop participant and poster. 2012.Cephalopod International Advisory Council (CIAC) Symposium. Florianópolis, Brazil. October 27 to Nov 2.

Workshop participant. 2011. Western Museum’s Association Meeting. The Getty, Los Angeles, CA. March 3-5.

Hughes, B and Wood J.B. 2010. UCI Cal Teach Noyce Summer Intern & Scholarships - Poster presented at the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference, Washington DC. July 7-9.

Workshop participant. 2010. Communicating Ocean Sciences Informal Education Network Scientist Workshop Design Meeting. Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA. June 7-9.

Workshop participant. 2009. Museum Educators Reflecting on Practice Coaching Workshop. Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA. Dec 14-16.

Workshop participant. 2009. Communicating Ocean Sciences Instructor's Workshop. Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA. June 3-5.

Session Facilitator. 2009. "Ocean On The Edge": Framework for Public Ocean Literacy. Long Beach, CA. May 12-14.

Wood J.B. 2006. Outreach needs for barcoding of marine life. DNA Barcoding for CoML Workshop. The Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences. Amsterdam, May 15-17.

Wood J.B. and Jackson K. 2004. Bermuda's Marine Biodiversity. Caribbean Marine Biodiversity: The known and the unknown Isla de Margarita, Venezuela, June 15-17.

Wood J.B., Zhang P.Y., Costello M.J. and J.F. Grassle 2004. An introduction to OBIS (www.iobis.org). Caribbean Marine Biodiversity: The known and the unknown Isla de Margarita, Venezuela, June 15-17.

Wood J.B. and Shaw C.M. 2003. Introduction to CephSchool. Joint Conference on Digital Libraries. Houston, TX, May 28-31.

Wood J.B. 2003 CephSchool. Cephalopod International Advisory Council (CIAC) conference. Phuket Thailand, February 17-21.

Wood J.B., Shaw C.M. 2002. Ceph School: A pedagogic portal for teaching biological principles with cephalopod mollusks. The National Science Foundation (NSF) National Science Digital Library (NSDL) all Projects Meeting. Washington D.C., December 2-4.

Wood J.B., Byrne R.A. and Monks K. 2002. Understanding the past by looking at the present; using CephBase to examine behavior and selection in coleoid cephalopods. Coleoid cephalopods through time: neontological approaches to their paleobiology in the light of the fossil record. Free University of Berlin, Germany. September 16-19.

Byrne R.A., Griebel U, Wood J.B. and Mather J.A. 2002. Squid say it with skin; a graphical model for skin displays in Caribbean Reef Squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea). Coleoid cephalopods through time: neontological approaches to their palaeobiology in the light of the fossil record. Free University of Berlin, Germany. September 16-19.

Wood J.B. 2001. CephBase II - a new tool for quantifying, cataloging and investigating cephalopod biodiversity. World Congress of Malacology. Vienna, Austria. August 19-25.

Wood J.B. and Forsythe J.W. 2001. CephBase Image Database. 27th International Ethological Conference. Tübingen, Germany. August 22-29.

Wood J.B. and O'Dor R.K. 2000. How slow can they grow? Not all cephalopods live fast and die young. Cephalopod International Advisory Council (CIAC) conference, GIS and database workshop, Aberdeen Scotland. July 5-7.

Wood J.B. 2000. Databases, Cephalopods and You. Cephalopod International Advisory Council (CIAC) conference, Aberdeen Scotland. July 3-4.

Wood J.B., Day C.L. and O'Dor R.K. 1999. CephBase, OBIS and Standardization OBIS (Ocean Biogeographical Information System) Workshop. Washington D.C.

Wood J.B., Day C.L. and O'Dor R.K. 1998. What is CephBase? International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), Portugal.

Wood J.B., Brown S. and O'Dor R.K. 1997. First lab rearing of Bathypolypus arcticus, a deep-sea octopus. Northeast Regional Animal Behavior Meetings, Woods Hole, Mass.

Wood J.B. and O'Dor R.K. 1996. From the tropics to the arctic (us) - the importance of temperature in testing life history hypotheses. CIAC meeting in Australia.

Wood J.B. 1996. Life history and behavior of Bathypolypus arcticus - preliminary results. Program Abstracts, 62nd Annual AMU Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

Wood J.B., Kenchington E., and O'Dor R.K. 1996. Reproduction of Bathypolypus arcticus, a deep-sea octopod (Cephalopoda: Octopoda). Canadian Society of Zoologists. 27(2): 107. St. John, Newfoundland.


Multimedia Educational Outreach

Nature Documentaries

Macronesia's first narrated video! Dr. James B. Wood, marine biologist, introduces us to the world of octopuses, with Macronesia video footage from Guam and the Philippines. 2014

Featured Scientist in the “Nature's Weirdest Events” for the BBC. First aired on BBC2 on New Years Day 2013.

Featured scientist, scientific consultant and underwater videographer for “Toxic Invaders” (Lionfish) – A Canadian Discovery Channel special for the Blue Realm series. (2012)

Featured scientist, nature special: "Squid Invasion" - A Discovery Channel and National Geographic special on Humboldt Squid. (2008)

Featured Scientist in "BIOS Explorer, Changing Climates, Changing Coasts" (2007)

Featured scientist on the award winning nature special "The Circle of Life" (2006)

Featured scientist, nature special: "Tentacles" - A Discovery Channel and National Geographic special on communication in Caribbean Reef Squid. (2004)

Consultant and Animal Handler, Discovery Channel's nature special "The Ultimate Guide: Octopus" (1998)


Radio

Interviewed on the subject of octopuses for the Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC) Maritime Noon show (May 27, 1999)


Major Public Presentations

Invited Speaker, South Florida Science Museum (2012).

Invited speaker, California State University at Long Beach (CSULB). (2010)

Invited speaker, Aquarium of the Pacific. (2003, 2009)

Invited speaker, Animal Behavior Society Symposium on Careers in Science. Bloomington, IN. (2003)

Invited speaker, Cape Cod Museum. Cape Cod, MA. (2001)

Invited speaker, Western Marine Conference. Sacramento, CA. (June 23 - 25, 2000)

Websites

Director of Invertebrates and founding member of MarineBio.org (2006 to present)

Census of Marine Life OBIS international committee member (2003), technical participant (2000-2003), developer (1998-2003)

Webmaster and Project Manager for CephBase (1998-2003)

Webmaster for The Cephalopod Page (http://www.thecephalopodpage.org) (1995-present)
 
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Mucktopus - Crissy Huffard


2016
Chemical cues correlate with agonistic behaviour and female mate choice in the southern blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena maculosa (Hoyle, 1883) (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae) Peter Morse, Kyall R. Zenger, Mark I. McCormick, Mark G. Meekan, Christine L. Huffard

VIDEO: Mating attempt with a surprise (Crissy's favorite coverage of this video)
The Octopus Fight To End All Octopus Fights

Website: Dr. Christine Huffard - Home
Topics: Publications, Marine Conservation and Outreach, Bipedal Octopuses, Wunderpus PhotoID, Photos/Illustrations

Peer reviewed papers about cephalopods. The publications in bold are papers that stemmed in one way or another from TONMO collaborations

2015 Behavior and Body Patterns of the Larger Pacific Striped Octopus
Roy L. Caldwell, Richard Ross, Arcadio Rodaniche, Christine L. Huffard

Morse, P., K.R. Zenger, M.I. McCormick, M.G. Meekan, & C.L. Huffard (2015) Nocturnal mating behaviour and dynamic male investment of copulation time in the southern blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena maculosa (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae) Behaviour doi: 10.1163/1568539X-00003321


2014 Wild Wunderpus photogenicus and Octopus cyanea employ asphyxiating ‘constricting’ in interactions with other octopuses Christine L. Huffard, Mike Bartick

Huffard, C.L. (2013, Invited review) Cephalopod neurobiology: an introduction for biologists working in other model systems. Invertebrate Neuroscience. DOI 10.1007/s10158-013-0147-z

Bush, S.L., H.J.T. Hoving, C.L. Huffard, B.H. Robison & L.D. Zeidberg (2012) Brooding and sperm storage by the deep-sea squid Bathyteuthis berryi (Cephalopoda: Decapodiformes). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom.DOI:10.1017/S0025315411002165

Williams, B.L., V. Lovenburg, C.L. Huffard, & R.L. Caldwell. (2011) Chemical defense in pelagic octopus paralarvae: Tetrodotoxin alone does not protect individual paralarvae of the greater blue-ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena lunulata) from common reef predators. Chemoecology.DOI 10.1007/s00049-011-0075-5

Huffard, C.L., R.L. Caldwell & F. Boneka (2010) Male-male and male-female aggression may influence mating associations in wild octopuses (Abdopus aculeatus). Journal of Comparative Psychology124(1): 38–46

Huffard, C.L., N. Saarman, H. Hamilton, & B. Simison (2010) The evolution of conspicuous facultative mimicry in octopus: an example of secondary adaptation? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 101(1):68–77

Huffard, C.L. & P. Godfrey-Smith(2010). Field observations of mating in Octopus tetricus Gould 1852 and Amphioctopus marginatus (Taki, 1964). Molluscan Research 30(2): 81-86(cover photo)

Huffard, C.L. B. Gentry, & D.W. Gentry. (2009). Description of the paralarvae of Wunderpus photogenicus Hochberg, Norman & Finn, 2006 (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae). Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 57(1): 109-112


Huffard, C.L., R.L. Caldwell, N. DeLoach, D.W. Gentry, P. Humann, B. MacDonald, B. Moore, R. Ross, T. Uno, & S. Wong. (2008) Individually unique body color patterns in octopus (Wunderpus photogenicus) allow for photoidentification. PLoS ONE 3(11): e3732

Huffard, C.L., R.L. Caldwell & F. Boneka. (2008) Mating behavior of Abdopus aculeatus (d’Orbigny 1834) (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae) in the wild. Marine Biology 154: 353-362

Huffard, C.L. (2007) Four new species of shallow water octopus from the Kingdom of Tonga. Molluscan Research 27(3): 147-170

Huffard, C.L. (2007) Ethogram of Abdopus aculeatus (d’Orbigny, 1834) (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae): can behavioral characters inform octopodid taxonomy and systematics? Journal of Molluscan Studies 73: 185-193

Huffard, C.L. (2006) Locomotion by Abdopus aculeatus: walking the line between primary and secondary defenses. The Journal of Experimental Biology 209: 3697-3707 (cover photo)

Huffard, C.L., F. Boneka, & R.J. Full (2005) Underwater bipedal locomotion by octopuses in disguise. Science 307:1927

Huffard, C.L. & F.G. Hochberg (2005) Description of a new species of the genus Amphioctopus (Mollusca: Octopodidae) from the Hawai’ian islands. Molluscan Research 25(3):113-128

Huffard, C.L. & R.L. Caldwell (2002). Inking in a blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena lunulata (Quoy & Giamard, 1832), with a vestigial ink sac. Pacific Science 56(3) pp. 255-257
 
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2014 Heteromorph: Nature at its most bizarre This is a large-format coffee-table book covering the rarest and most bizarre ammonites - they are literally 'experiments in creative evolution'! Publication date September 2014, pre-order at www.Heteromorph.com to get your name as a subscriber in the first edition, and get a 1/3 discount on the retail price.

2008 New and little-known Nostoceratidae and Diplomoceratidae (Cephalopoda: Ammonoidea) from Madagascar KLINGER, H.C. , KENNEDY, W.J.& GRULKE, W.E. 2008. African Natural History 3: 117-115
 
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Crook RJ, Dickson K, Hanlon RT, Walters ET (2014). Nociceptive sensitization reduces predation risk. Current Biology, 24 pp. 1121–1125, May 19, 2014 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2014.03.043

comment @robyn: Great work, and a huge amount of effort by Katharine in this paper, btw!
 
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2017 Peter Godfrey-Smith - consider the octopus RNZ interview

2017 A second site occupied by Octopus tetricus at high densities, with notes on their ecology and behavior David Scheel, Stephanie Chancellor, Martin Hing, Matthew Lawrence, Stefan Linquist, Peter Godfrey-Smith

2017 Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness Google Talk

2017 The Evolution of Consciousness in Phylogenetic Context

Peter Godfrey-Smith Chapter in The Routledge Handbook of Animal Minds by Kristi Andrews and Jacob Beck

2016 Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness
Peter Godfrey-Smith Wall Street Journal Review
Nominated Booker Prize for Science Writing

2016 Signal Use by Octopuses in Agonistic Interactions
David Scheel, Peter Godfrey-Smith, Matthew Lawrence (jugglematt)

2015 Animal Evolution and the Origins of Experience
Peter Godfrey-Smith CUNY Graduate Center, & University of Sydney

2015 Primates, Cephalopods, and the Evolution of Communication
Peter Godfrey-Smith CUNY Graduate Center, & University of Sydney

2014 A new octopus paper, describing fieldwork in Australia at the 'Octopolis' site:
"Octopus tetricus (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) as an ecosystem engineer"
by David Scheel, Peter Godfrey-Smith, and Matthew Lawrence
Scientia Marina, December 2014 issue.

2013 Cephalopods and the evolution of the mind Peter Godfrey-Smith

2012 Long-term high-density occupation of a site by Octopus tetricus and possible site modification due to foraging behavior Peter Godfrey-Smith and Matthew Lawrence ( @jugglematt )
 
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