Sepioteuthis

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    These loliginids are commonly known as the reef-squid. They have fins that run most of the length of the mantle. They are commonly found around reefs in shallow waters (hence the name). They grow to a moderate size, growing up to around 20 cm mantle length.


    Sepioteuthis lessoniana

    http://tolweb.org/Sepioteuthis/19862
     

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    You would hope the author would include a summary of the "notable differences" in the abstract but noooooo.
     
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    Phylogeography of Sepioteuthis lessoniana and Uroteuthis duvauceli 2013
    A thesis submitted to the University Honors Program in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Honors Degree Southern Illinois University April 18, 2013

     
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    Zoologger: Squid snares prey using badly blurred vision



     

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