Alloteuthis subulata, European Common Squid

Lee C. Hastie*, A. Louise Allcock, Patrizia Jereb, Eugenia Lefkaditou, Ana Moreno, Daniel Oesterwind, Graham J. Pierce

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Abstract

The squid Alloteuthis subulata (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae) is a small species, widely distributed in shallow coastal waters of the north-eastern Atlantic and adjacent waters. It is commercially exploited in some areas, principally as by-catch, but it is not considered to be economically important at present, and very little is known about its ecology. Nevertheless, it is considered to be an important species since it appears to be an abundant predator of small fish and is itself preyed upon by a number of larger marine animals. This review provides current knowledge on the zoogeography, biology and ecology of A. subulata across its north-eastern Atlantic range.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in Squid Biology, Ecology and Fisheries. Part I
Subtitle of host publicationMyopsid squids
EditorsRui Rosa, Ron O'Dor, Graham Pierce
PublisherNova Science Publishers Inc
Pages109-122
Number of pages14
ISBN (Print)9781628083316
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Publication series

NameFish, Fishing and Fisheries
PublisherNova Science Publishers

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Decapodiformes
Ecology
squid
Loliginidae
Cephalopoda
ecology
zoogeography
Water
bycatch
coastal water
Fishes
predators
Biological Sciences
fish
animals

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Hastie, L. C., Allcock, A. L., Jereb, P., Lefkaditou, E., Moreno, A., Oesterwind, D., & Pierce, G. J. (2013). Alloteuthis subulata, European Common Squid. In R. Rosa, R. O'Dor, & G. Pierce (Eds.), Advances in Squid Biology, Ecology and Fisheries. Part I : Myopsid squids (pp. 109-122). [4] (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries). Nova Science Publishers Inc.

Alloteuthis subulata, European Common Squid. / Hastie, Lee C.; Allcock, A. Louise; Jereb, Patrizia; Lefkaditou, Eugenia; Moreno, Ana; Oesterwind, Daniel; Pierce, Graham J.

Advances in Squid Biology, Ecology and Fisheries. Part I : Myopsid squids. ed. / Rui Rosa; Ron O'Dor; Graham Pierce. Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2013. p. 109-122 4 (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries).

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Hastie, LC, Allcock, AL, Jereb, P, Lefkaditou, E, Moreno, A, Oesterwind, D & Pierce, GJ 2013, Alloteuthis subulata, European Common Squid. in R Rosa, R O'Dor & G Pierce (eds), Advances in Squid Biology, Ecology and Fisheries. Part I : Myopsid squids., 4, Fish, Fishing and Fisheries, Nova Science Publishers Inc, pp. 109-122.
Hastie LC, Allcock AL, Jereb P, Lefkaditou E, Moreno A, Oesterwind D et al. Alloteuthis subulata, European Common Squid. In Rosa R, O'Dor R, Pierce G, editors, Advances in Squid Biology, Ecology and Fisheries. Part I : Myopsid squids. Nova Science Publishers Inc. 2013. p. 109-122. 4. (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries).
Hastie, Lee C. ; Allcock, A. Louise ; Jereb, Patrizia ; Lefkaditou, Eugenia ; Moreno, Ana ; Oesterwind, Daniel ; Pierce, Graham J. / Alloteuthis subulata, European Common Squid. Advances in Squid Biology, Ecology and Fisheries. Part I : Myopsid squids. editor / Rui Rosa ; Ron O'Dor ; Graham Pierce. Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2013. pp. 109-122 (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries).
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