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Octopodiformes Berthold & Engeser 1987

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Octopodiformes is a superorder of cephalopods. There are 374 species of Octopodiformes, in 62 genera and 15 families. Dead Octopodiformes form shallow marine sediments.

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EOL has data for 7 attributes, including:

Known occurrences, collected specimens and observations of Octopodiformes Berthold & Engeser 1987. View this species on GBIF