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Occurrence of Chiroteuthis picteti (Teuthoidea: Chiroteuthidae) from Korea
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  • Journal title : The Korean Journal of Malacology
  • Volume 29, Issue 4,  2013, pp.381-384
  • Publisher : The Malacological Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.9710/kjm.2013.29.4.381
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Occurrence of Chiroteuthis picteti (Teuthoidea: Chiroteuthidae) from Korea
Kang, Hyunjung; Choi, Jung Hwa; Choi, Kwang Ho; Lee, Dongwoo; Kim, Yeonghye;
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One specimen (13.4 cm ML) of Chiroteuthis picteti belonging to the family Chiroteuthidae, firstly collected from Songjeong, Southeast coastal water of Korea on May 18, 2013. It was identified as C. picteti based on the following combination of morphological character: mantle slenderly cylindrical; fin oval shape, both lobes having no anterior free lobe, FL 58.2% of ML; arms long with a formula IV > III > II > I. We propose a new Korean name, "Kin-pal-o-jing-eo-gua", "Kin-pal-o-jing-eo-sok", and "Kin-pal-o-jing-eo" for the family, genus and species, respectively.
Chiroteuthidae;Chiroteuthis picteti;Occurrence;
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