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Voyage dans l'Amérique Méridionale, Alcide d'Orbigny, 1835.

[Atlas] - Voyage dans l& Méridionale : - Biodiversity Heritage Library

|| I CEPHALOPODI Cephalopods of Naples  From an 1896 monograph by Giuseppe Jatta.  The illustrator is Comingio Merculiano (1845- 1915), a professional watercolor painter hired in 1885 by prof. Anton Dohrn as in-house illustrator for the Naples Zoological Station, and one of the best scientific illustrators to date. This book on cephalopods is his masterpiece.

Squid, Cephalopods of Naples, 1896 monograph by Giuseppe Jatta, illustrator is Comingio Merculiano a professional watercolor painter hired in 1885 by prof. Anton Dohrn as in-house illustrator for the Naples Zoological Station

Squid are a sketch any day of the week, and these sketched squid arrive courtesy of Biodiversity Library http://www.flickr.com/photos/biodivlibrary

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Giant Squid  Catalina (Courtesy Lovecraft Museum Natural History)    Google Image Result for http://amydenby.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/giant_squid_catalina2.png

In days gone by, sailors would return with tales of Giant Squid sinking ships. They also came back with tales of beautiful Mermaids. Perhaps they exist - there is a conspiracy theory about this;

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biomedicalephemera: “ Limbs of the Cephalopoda Whether squids, octopuses, and nautilus have “arms” or “tentacles” is often simply a matter of semantics, but the most accepted definitions (from what.