Definition of Loliginidae. Meaning of Loliginidae. Synonyms of Loliginidae

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Definition of Loliginidae

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- Loliginidae, commonly known as pencil squids, is an aquatic family of squid cl****ified in the order Myopsida. The family Loliginidae was formerly cl****ified...
- Doryteuthis gahi Loliginidae Patagonian squid 24,976 1.1 Loligo pealei Loliginidae Longfin ins**** squid 16,684 0.8 Common squid nei Loliginidae 225,958 10...
- Lepidoteuthidae Doryteuthis pealeii Loliginidae Loliolus sumatrensis Loliginidae Lolliguncula brevis Loliginidae Mastigoteuthis ag****izii Mastigoteuthidae...
- ins**** squid (Doryteuthis pealeii) is a species of squid of the family Loliginidae. This species of squid is often seen with a reddish hue but like many...
- Odontodactylidae Family: Portunidae Cl****: Cephalopoda Order: Teuthida Family: Loliginidae Order: Sepiida Family: Sepiidae Cl****: Holothuroidea Order: Holothuriida...
- long-finned squid, is a commercially important species of squid in the family Loliginidae, the pencil squids. This squid grows up to 90 centimetres (35 in) in...
- locally[where?] as calamar, is a small-sized squid belonging to the family Loliginidae. It occurs in coastal waters in the southeastern Pacific Ocean and the...
- squid or arrow squid, is a medium-sized squid belonging to the family Loliginidae. It occurs abundantly in coastal waters of the Atlantic Ocean, from Argentina...
- The members of the genus Uroteuthis are the only squids of the family Loliginidae that possess photop****s (light-emitting organs) and all species in the...
- Center Research Bulletin 66: 23–26. ↑ Vecchione, M. & R.E. Young. (2010). Loliginidae Lesueur, 1821. The Tree of Life Web Project. http://eol.org/pages/38585/overview...
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