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Cephalopod video: Haliphron atlanticus

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Published on Nov 6, 2012

Female near bottom, swimming with slow medusoid motion of arms and web. Note egg mass held near the mouth, wounds in dorsal surface, and missing arms.

From: Young, R.E. 1995. Aspects of the natural history of pelagic cephalopods of the Hawaiian mesopelagic-boundary region. Pacific Science 49(2): 143-155.

Online abstract: http://invertebrates.si.edu/cephs/you...

To see other cephalopod videos: http://collections.si.edu/search/resu...

[taxonomy:binomial=Haliphron atlanticus]

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