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The Cephalopod Bibliography describes publications (books, journal articles, etc.) about Recent cephalopods and cephalopod related subjects (predators, prey, etc.). The bibliography began with a grant from the National Marine Fisheries Service to Clyde Roper at the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) to develop a computerized cephalopod bibliographic system in 1983." [Made available through the Smithsonian Institution Research Information System] ... [Information of the supplier]
This web database is an attempt to provide a comprehensive and platform-independent literature resource for scientists. CeLiDa provides a comprehensive literature dataset on for Cephalopods (currently featuring 9657 records), a clean & standardized interface as well as other features. This literature database is maintained by the Fishery Biology at Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences (CeLiDa - Project). The database is powered by refbase, an open source database front-end for managing scientific literature and citations. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
The Cephalopod Page is the personal web page of Dr. James B. Wood and has been online since 1995. James is an Assistant Research Scientist at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science. The goal of TCP has not changed over time. I strive to provide an accurate, interesting and educational content oriented page devoted to the most active, intelligent and interesting invertebrates known the Cephalopods. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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