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Abralia grimpei Voss, 1959

ORIGINAL REFERENCE.—Abralia grimpei G.L. Voss, 1959:375, figs. 2, 3.

DEPOSITION OF TYPES.—Holotype: MCZ, female, 27 mm ML, R/V Atlantis sta RHB551, off Florida, 26°25′N, 79°45′W, 6 Feb 1954, condition unknown.

Paratypes: None.

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION.—Western North Atlantic.

COMMENTS.—The publication date for this species is 4 February 1959 (see Bulletin of Marine Science, 12(3):543), not 1958 as printed on the title page of the journal.
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Voss, N. A. and Sweeney, M. J. 1998. "Systematics and Biogeography of cephalopods. Volume I." Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology. 1-276. https://doi.org/10.5479/si.00810282.586

Abralia grimpei

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Abralia grimpei is a species of enoploteuthid cephalopod known from the western North Atlantic Ocean, including the West Indies and the Sargasso Sea. It is recognizable from other Abralia species by the extra photophores on its eyes.

References

  1. ^ Barratt, I. & Allcock, L. (2014). "Abralia grimpei". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2014: e.T163030A965138. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2014-1.RLTS.T163030A965138.en. Retrieved 5 January 2018.
  2. ^ Julian Finn (2016). "Abralia (Pygmabralia) grimpei Voss, 1959". World Register of Marine Species. Flanders Marine Institute. Retrieved 3 March 2018.
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Abralia grimpei: Brief Summary

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Abralia grimpei is a species of enoploteuthid cephalopod known from the western North Atlantic Ocean, including the West Indies and the Sargasso Sea. It is recognizable from other Abralia species by the extra photophores on its eyes.

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