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in zoology: see paper nautiluspaper nautilus
or argonaut,
pelagic, surface-dwelling cephalopod mollusk of the genus Argonauta. Like the closely related octopus, the paper nautilus has a rounded body, eight tentacles, and no fins. It is so named for the beautiful papery shell, up to 8 in.
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The thin shell of the female argonaut (Cephalopoda; Octopoda) is a magnesium-calcite structure (Revelle and Fairbridge, 1957; Mitchell et al., 1994; Nixon and Young, 2003; Saul and Stadum, 2005), a mineral form vulnerable to dissolution at decreased pH (McClintock et al., 2011; Reis, 2011).