Cephalopod Culture by José Iglesias, Lidia Fuentes, Roger Villanueva

By José Iglesias, Lidia Fuentes, Roger Villanueva

Cephalopod tradition is the 1st compilation of study at the tradition of cephalopods. It describes reviews of culturing varied teams of cephalopods: nautiluses, sepioids (Sepia officinalis, Sepia pharaonis, Sepiella inermis, Sepiella japonica Euprymna hyllebergi, Euprymna tasmanica), squids (Loligovulgaris, Doryteuthis opalescens, Sepioteuthis lessoniana) and octopods (Amphioctopus aegina, Enteroctopus megalocyathus, Octopus maya, Octopus mimus, Octopus minor, Octopus vulgaris, Robsonella fontaniana). it is usually the most conclusions that have been drawn from the learn and the long run demanding situations during this box. This makes this publication not just an incredible creation to cephalopod tradition, but in addition a necessary source for these already focused on this topic.

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Koueta et al. 2006). Octopus growth rates may be higher on mixed than monotypic diets (Rigby and Sakurai 2004), and nutrition ratios may be important in maximizing growth (Lee 1994; Aguila et al. 2007; Onthank and Cowles 2011) although this remains poorly understood. 4 Nonsexual Social Interactions A generalization that cephalopods are solitary outside of the reproductive period would be true, with small exceptions and some variation (Boal 2006). With a semelparous life history (see below), the presence of parental care only in the octopuses and a fairly complete lack of overlap of generations, cephalopods are not likely to have been selected for social behaviour.

For many cephalopods, hard remains of prey—from stomach contents for squid and from midden piles outside the den for octopuses—provide information about diet composition. g. Lorrain et al. 2011). g. Stowasser et al. 2006; Hunsicker et al. 2010; Lorrain et al. g. Hunsicker et al. 2010). 1 Cuttlefish (Order Sepiida) and Squid (Order Teuthida) The main foods of cuttlefish and squid are shrimp, crab, and fish, but they also are known to consume other crustaceans (euphasiids, copepods, cirripedes, amphipods), some molluscs (including gastropods, bivalves, and cephalopods), as well as polychaetes (Hanlon and Messenger 1996).

2011). In the wild, cephalopods may forage solitarily, as cuttlefish and 2 Behaviour 21 octopuses typically do, or in aggregate, as may squid (Neill and Cullen 1974; Boal 2006), although many schooling squid forage solitarily at night. The coleoid cephalopods are visually guided predators, although octopuses may also forage tactilely (for review, see Hanlon and Messenger 1996). For many cephalopods, hard remains of prey—from stomach contents for squid and from midden piles outside the den for octopuses—provide information about diet composition.

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