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Sepia elegans
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Jan 6, 2005
Dancing between Vancouver and Auckland
These are small squid (about 4-6 cm mantle length from what I can tell) that can live below 1000 meters. They have really cool "tails" but I am not yet sure if this is a larval feature that goes away with maturation. They are known to maintain larval tentacle clubs into adulthood.

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