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Record #153934:

Statolith shape and microstructure as indicators of ontogenic shifts in the squid Gonatus fabricii (Oegopsida, Gonatidae) from the Norwegian Sea / Alexander Arkhipkin, Herman Bjørke.

Title: Statolith shape and microstructure as indicators of ontogenic shifts in the squid Gonatus fabricii (Oegopsida, Gonatidae) from the Norwegian Sea / Alexander Arkhipkin, Herman Bjørke.
Author(s): Arkhipkin, Alexander.
Bjørke, Herman.
Date: 2000.
In: Polar Biology. (2000.), Vol. 23(1) (2000)
Abstract: 151 specimens were examined. Statoliths develop in two main periods, corresponding to epipelagic and meso-bathypelagic phases of squid. During first phase, growth is rapid and complex; during second, shape hardly changes and growth is slow. Squid appears to be slow growing with life span of up to two years.
Notes:

Polar Biology. Vol. 23(1) :1-10 (2000).

Keywords: 591.134 -- Animal growth.
594.5 -- Cephalopoda: Gonatus fabricii.
H2 -- Zoology: invertebrates.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*615) -- Norwegian Sea.
SPRI record no.: 153934

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