Oegopsida

Oegopsida

[ē′gäp·sə·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
A suborder of cephalopod mollusks in the order Decapoda of one classification system, and in the order Teuthoidea of another system.
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Oocyte development, fecundity and spawning strategy of large sized jumbo squid Dosidicus gigas (Oegopsida: Ommastrephinae).
Both the ML and BI analyses divided Decapodiformes into three parts: Oegopsida, Myopsida, and Sepiida; the Oegopsida consisted of Ommastrephidae, Architeuthidae, Bathyteuthidae, and Enoploteuthidae; the Myopsida only had one family and the Loliginidae contained eight species.
Prey species %FO %N %PN %W CEPHALOPODA Decapodiformes Oegopsida 4.35 0.27 6.18 <0.01 Ancistrocheiridae Ancistrocheirus lesueurii 14.78 5.07 34.31 7.37 Chiroteuthidae Chiroteuthis veranyi 3.48 1.45 41.83 0.93 Grimalditeuthis bonplandi 11.30 1.88 16.66 <0.01 Cranchiidae Galiteuthis pacifica 2.61 1.14 43.63 0.88 Leachia danae 4.35 1.06 24.34 0.24 Enoploteuthidae Abraliopsis affinis 1.74 0.51 29.35 0.28 Gonatidae Gonatus antarcticus 11.30 4.06 35.90 5.88 Gonatus sp.
Two new species and a review of the squid genus Onychoteuthis Lichtenstein, 1818 (Oegopsida: Onychoteuthidae) from the Pacific Ocean.
sp., from the Northwest Pacific, with notes on morphological changes with growth and distribution in immature stages (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida).
Possible imitation of jellyfish by the squid paralarvae of the family Gonatidae (Cephalopoda, oegopsida).
Morphology and microstructure of the gladius and statolith from the boreal Pacific giant squid Moroteuthis robusta (Oegopsida; Onychoteuthidae).
Systematics and distribution of the New Zealand onychoteuthid fauna (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida), including a new species, Notonykia nesisi sp.
In situ observations on Brachioteuthis bean ii (Verrill): paired behavior, probably mating (Cephalopoda, Oegopsida).
In the framework of this section, only the term gladius will be used in reference to decalcified internal shells of modern squid (suborders Oegopsida and Myopsida) and bobtail squid (order Sepiolida) to avoid confusion.
Feeding spectrum of squid Sthenoteuthis oulaniensis (Oegopsida) in the eastern Pacific.