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The mantle and breast are a dark sepia in coloration. The retrices are essentially similar to those of the male, exhibiting ... Subadult males in their second year more closely resemble their fathers but the mantle and wing coverts are marked with ...
Mainly dark sepia-brown, redder on underparts. Pale grey tail with broad, whitish terminal band. Extensive green gloss to rear ... crown and hindneck becoming pink on upper mantle. Whitish bill and pale eye. A rare resident breeder in the mountain laurisilva ...
The largest species reach a mantle length of about 78 cm. Body coloration is typically beige to sepia, but Asperoteuthis ... The elongated neck and brachial pillar are chambered, and vesicular tissue is present in the posterior end of the mantle and ( ... A number of chambers containing ammonium chloride are contained within the arms, head, and mantle. With a lower density than ... of the mantle length. The suckers of the arms occur in two series, and those of the clubs in four (but are absent in subadult ...
The forehead, lores, crown, mantle, and scapular area are a neutral grey colour. There is a brown spot on the nape. The top of ... The bird's back and rump are striped brown-sepia, and the throat, breast, and belly are grey-white. Its lower belly and flanks ... Adults have neutral grey heads, brown necks, brown-sepia striped backs, and grey-white bellies, breasts, and throats. Males ...
... growing to 42 cm in mantle length and 5 kg in weight. Sepia pharaonis is likely a complex of at least three species, Sepia ... "Sepia pharaonis (Pharaoh Cuttlefish)". www.iucnredlist.org. Retrieved 2016-04-10. Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda ... Additionally in the past Cuttlefish ink was an important dye, called sepia. Today, artificial dyes have mostly replaced natural ... Nair (June 1993). "Stock assessment of the pharaoh cuttlefish Sepia pharaonis" (PDF). Indian Journal of Fisheries. Central ...
... except the pair of lateral fins which only the border with the mantle has chromatophores. The external color of the sepia, as ... It possesses eight arms and two tentacles, a pair of small lateral fins on the posterior part of the mantle. The background ... The hummingbird bobtail squid is a small sized sepia. Its size varies according to the sex; males are no bigger than 3 ... Those later are widely distributed on all the body from arms, head, ventral and dorsal areas of the mantle, ...
The word for it in both Greek and Latin, sepia, now refers to a brown pigment in English. Earliest sepia-like fossils are ... in mantle length and over 10.5 kg (23 lb) in mass. Cuttlefish eat small molluscs, crabs, shrimp, fish, octopus, worms, and ... Cuttlefish ink was formerly an important dye, called sepia. Today, artificial dyes have mostly replaced natural sepia. ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Common Cuttlefishes, Sepia officinalis. marinebio.org "Sepia officinalis (Common ...
... of-paradise King bird-of-paradise Black-billed sicklebill Brown sicklebill Superb bird-of-paradise Paradise-crow Glossy-mantled ... wren Gray-barred wren Stripe-backed wren Rufous-naped wren Thrush-like wren Band-backed wren Canyon wren Fulvous wren Sepia- ... Senegal parrot Regent parrot Superb parrot Golden-collared macaw Blue-crowned racket-tail Buru racket-tail Golden-mantled ... wren White-breasted wood wren Wing-banded wren Southern nightingale-wren Northern nightingale-wren Flutist wren Grey-mantled ...
... mantled baskettail Epitheca sepia (Gloyd, 1933) - sepia baskettail Epitheca spinigera (Selys, 1871) - spiny baskettail Epitheca ...
... grey-mantled wren) Odontorchilus cinereus (tooth-billed wren) Salpinctes obsoletus (rock wren) Catherpes mexicanus (canyon wren ... Hylorchilus sumichrasti (slender-billed wren) Cinnycerthia unirufa (rufous wren) Cinnycerthia peruana (sepia-brown wren) ...
They grow to a mantle length of 57 mm and 37 mm, respectively. The type specimen was collected near Queensland, Australia (17° ... Sepia bidhaia is a species of cuttlefish native to the southwestern Pacific Ocean, specifically the waters off the Great ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia bidhaia". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
Sepia baxteri and Sepia bartletti are possible synonyms. It reaches 7 centimeters in mantle length; males weigh about 40 grams ... Sepia bandensis "walks", rather than swims, using its arms and the flaps of the mantle. P. Jereb, C. F. E. Roper (editors) ( ... Sepia bandensis, at the California Academy of Sciences "Animal Diversity Web." Sepia: CLASSIFICATION. University of Michigan, ... Sepia bandensis lives in shallow coastal waters of the Philippines and Indonesia (Borneo, Jawa, Sulawesi, New Guinea and lesser ...
... grows to a mantle length of 82 mm. The upper surface of the body is rough with variably extending bumps. The ... Sepia tuberculata is a species of cuttlefish native to South African waters from Melkbosstrand (33°43′S 18°26′E / 33.717°S ... "CephBase: Sepia tuberculata". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
It lives at a depth of between 190 and 350 m. S. aureomaculata grows to a mantle length of 160 mm. The type specimen was ... Sepia aureomaculata is a species of cuttlefish native to the northwestern Pacific Ocean, specifically the Kii Channel, Tosa Bay ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia aureomaculata". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
It lives at a depth of between 300 and 500 m. S. bathyalis grows to a mantle length of 80 mm. The type specimen was collected ... Sepia bathyalis is a species of cuttlefish native to the southwestern Indian Ocean, specifically northwestern and southwestern ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia bathyalis". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
It lives at depths of between 87 and 325 m. S. mascarensis grows to a mantle length of 67 to 124 mm. The type specimen was ... Sepia mascarensis is a species of cuttlefish native to the western Indian Ocean, specifically Saya-de-Malha Bank (11°31′S 61°00 ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia mascarensis". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
S. hieronis grows to a mantle length of 70 mm. The type specimen was collected off Cape Town, South Africa (32°32' to 33°03'S, ... Sepia hieronis is a species of cuttlefish native to the southeastern Atlantic Ocean and southwestern Indian Ocean, specifically ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia hieronis". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
S. tenuipes lives at depths of 100 to 250 m. S. tenuipes grows to a mantle length of 105 mm. The type specimen was collected ... Sepia tenuipes is a species of cuttlefish native to the western Pacific Ocean. Its natural range covers the waters off eastern ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia tenuipes". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
It lives at a depth of up to 99 m. Females are known to reach a mantle length of at least 59 mm. The type specimen is deposited ... Sepia adami is a species of cuttlefish native to the southwestern Indian Ocean. It is known only from the type locality, S 79ºE ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia adami". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
... is a species of cuttlefish native to the Indian Ocean. The mantle length of males is 140 mm, and 150mm in ...
S. pulchra grows to a mantle length of 22 mm. It has a warty mantle and is reddish-brown in colour with a large purple patch on ... Sepia pulchra is a species of cuttlefish native to the southeastern Atlantic Ocean, specifically off the Cape Peninsula in ... A new species of Sepia (Cephalopoda: Sepiidae) from South Africa. Annals of the South African Museum 96(1): 1-18. Reid, A., P. ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia pulchra". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
S. kiensis grows to a mantle length of 37 mm. The type specimen was collected off Kai Island in the Arafura Sea. It is ... Sepia kiensis is a species of cuttlefish native to the Indo-Pacific, specifically the Kai Islands, possibly to Timor and ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia kiensis". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
... cottoni grows to a mantle length of 55 mm. The type specimen was collected west of Lancelin, Australia (31°54′S 114°55′E /  ... Sepia cottoni is a species of cuttlefish native to the southeastern Indian Ocean, specifically from northwest of Broome (17°31 ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia cottoni". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
S. reesi grows to a mantle length of 45 mm. The type specimen was collected in Salmon Bay, Rottnest Island, Western Australia. ... Sepia reesi is a species of cuttlefish native to the southeastern Indian Ocean. Cuttlebone of this species known only from the ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia reesi". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
It is known only from the type locality, where it was caught at a depth of 25 m. S. dubia is known to grow to a mantle length ... Sepia dubia is a species of cuttlefish native to the southeastern Atlantic Ocean. ... Current Classification of Recent Cephalopoda "CephBase: Sepia dubia". Archived from the original on 2005. ...
The largest cuttlebone belongs to Sepia apama, the giant Australian cuttlefish, which lives between the surface and a maximum ... Mantle and funnel. External anatomy. *Dermal structures. *Fins (wings). *Flotation devices ("secondary fins") ... Cuttlebone of Sepia officinalis (left to right: ventral, dorsal, and lateral views) ... Rexfort, A.; Mutterlose, J. (2006). "Stable isotope records from Sepia officinalis-a key to understanding the ecology of ...
Sepia zanzibarica, or the Zanzibar cuttlefish, is a species of cuttlefish native to the Indian Ocean. The mantle length ...
Sepia baxteri and Sepia bartletti are possible synonyms. It reaches 7 centimeters in mantle length; males weigh about 40 grams ... Sepia bandensis "walks", rather than swims, using its arms and the flaps of the mantle. P. Jereb, C. F. E. Roper (editors) ( ... Sepia bandensis, at the California Academy of Sciences "Animal Diversity Web." Sepia: CLASSIFICATION. University of Michigan, ... Sepia bandensis lives in shallow coastal waters of the Philippines and Indonesia (Borneo, Jawa, Sulawesi, New Guinea and lesser ...
The specimens used had mantle lengths of 8-15 cm. This size ensured that the animals could fit comfortably inside the optomotor ... The species used in this study were the mourning cuttlefish, Sepia plangon, and the reaper cuttlefish, Sepia mestus (Fig. 1A,B ... Here, we tested the mourning cuttlefish, Sepia plangon, and the reaper cuttlefish, Sepia mestus, for polarization sensitivity ... Polarization sensitivity in two species of cuttlefish - Sepia plangon (Gray 1849) and Sepia mestus (Gray 1849) - demonstrated ...
MANTLE MUSCLE; WHITE MUSCLE ... Enzymatic capacities of metabolic fuel use in cuttlefish (Sepia ... Home » Newsroom » Enzymatic capacities of metabolic fuel use in cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) and responses to food ... Enzymatic capacities of metabolic fuel use in cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) and responses to food deprivation: insight into ... Sepia officinalis) to gain insight into the metabolic organization of cephalopods and their strategies for coping with food ...
It is particularly the mantle, the arms, the ink, and part of the intestines such as the liver that have been used. In addition ... It is particularly the mantle, the arms, the ink, and part of the intestines such as the liver that have been used. In addition ... The mantle from decapods, like Sepia officinalis and Loligo forbesii, need very brief heating at low temperatures (50-60°C) to ... Chocos fritos is the popular name for the mantle of small Sepia officinalis. An Andalusian specialty is huevos de choco that is ...
... seawater pCO2 differentially affects branchial acid-base transporters over the course of development in the cephalopod Sepia ... length and gene expression of Sepia officinalis during experiments, 2011. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.774787, ... Sepia officinalis, length, mantle. S. officinalis l. mm. Hu, Marian Y. Stereomicroscopy (Leica). ... Sepia officinalis, length, mantle, standard deviation. S. officinalis l std dev. ±. Hu, Marian Y. ...
160: Mickey Mantle professional model team index bat c.1950s. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat with Mickey Mantle facsimile ... Sepia toned large format photograph with National League Pennant Winners titling centered at bottom shows team members posed ... Mantle, Berra, Ford, Richardson, Blanchard, and Torgeson. Blue marker signatures rate 8 to 9/10 out of 10. Framed to 16x19 ... Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle, Casey Stengel, Whitey Ford, Luis Aparicio, Nelson Fox, Elston Howard, Early Wynn, Est: $750 - $ ...
Correspondence of Collagen on the Heat-Induced Softening of Frozen-Thawed Cuttlefish Sepia officinalis Mantle. (1997) ... Structural Changes in the Connective Tissue of Frozen-Thawed Squid Mantles by Heating. (1998) ... Disintegration of Arrow Squid Mantle Connective Tissue by Immersion in a Collagenase Solution. (2000) ...
Changes in composition of digestive gland and mantle muscle of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis during starvation. Mar. Biol. ... For arm and mantle, the gutted weight was considered and an average value of the arm and mantle energy densities was used to ... and mantle (C). (B,D) Illustrate the principal component analyses in the arm and mantle, respectively, showing the contribution ... Seasonal variation of the chemical content and fatty acid composition of mantle and tentacle of male and female Sepia ...
Muscular activity of the mantle of Sepia and Loligo (Cephalopoda) during respiratory movements and jetting, and its ... water waves generate microphonic potentials in the epidermal head lines of Sepia and Lolliguncula. J. Comp. Physiol. A 1988; ...
... posteriorly rounded mantle and fins that extend nearly the full length of the mantle. This gives them a Sepia-like appearance. ... Extend nearly full length of mantle (,85% of ML) except in very young squid. Click on an image to view larger version & data in ...
The siphuncle is also more ventrally curved than in Sepia. The presumed attachment of the mantle muscle (red) to the ventral ... Mantle component of funnel-mantle lock reaches about anterior mantle margin Habitat ... on the Sepia cuttlebone). The cuttlebone of Belosaepia lacks the cross-struts of the Sepia cuttlebone and has distinct septa on ... a fossil relative of Sepia) and Sepia. Note the gray-colored guard-like sheath on all species illustrated (it forms the ...
Dwarf or Stumpy cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis) Habitat - Shallow coastal waters with reefs and habitat with refuge. Found in ... Maximum size - 70mm (mantle length). Interesting facts and Research potential - Robust small species of cuttlefish thats easy ... Maximum Size: Very small cuttlefish species - 70mm (mantle length). Interesting Facts and Research Potential: This cuttlefish ... Maximum size - 180mm (mantle length). Interesting facts and Research potential - Flashes bright blue iridescent circles below ...
Its fleshy mantle is adorned with sepia-toned psychedelic camouflage that can vary widely from one individual to the next. The ... rim of the mantle is lined with dozens of eyes that stare out into the depths. These eyes are quite simple, only detecting ...
2005). Using ultrasound to understand vascular and mantle contributions to venous return in the cephalopod Sepia officinalis L ... 1988). Manipulative motor activity of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis during prey capture. Behav. Processes 17, 45-56. ... 2006). The ventilatory, cardiac and behavioural responses of resting cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis L.) to sudden visual stimuli ... Ultrasonography has already been applied on cephalopods to examine internal structures, like inside the mantle (Davenport, 1993 ...
Effects of arginine phosphate and octopine on glycolytic enzyme activities from Sepia officinalis mantle muscle. J Comp Physiol ... However, the mantle MHC II is similar to vertebrate non-muscle MHC II rather than scallop muscle MHC II, having only 22% ... Hasegawa Y, Ikeda Y. Cloning of a cDNA encoding the tail region of non-muscle myosin II from the mantle tissue of scallop ... Sun X, Yang A, Wu B, Zhou L, Liu Z. Characterization of the mantle transcriptome of Yesso scallop (Patinopecten yessoensis): ...
For example, cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) flatten their bodies, extend their peripheral fin and suddenly change colour to ... present a conspicuous dark eyespot pattern on the rear of the mantle and a dark contour that runs parallel to the bodys edge20 ...
A hedgehog homolog is involved in muscle formation and organization of Sepia officinalis (mollusca) mantle. Developmental ... A Hedgehog-like signal is involved in slow muscle differentiation in Sepia officinalis (Mollusca). Invertebrate Survival ... Muscle differentiation in tentacle of Sepia officinalis (Mollusca) is regulated by muscle regulatory factors (MRFs) related ... Integumental amino acid uptake in a carnivorous predator mollusc (Sepia officinalis, Cephalopoda). Tissue & Cell, 32: 389-399 ( ...
... measured for 80-mm mantle-length animals in bright broadband light in the cephalopod Sepia officinalis of MSA = 0.6 ± 0.2°. A ... 1998) The rhodopsin gene of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis: Sequence and spectral tuning. J Exp Biol 201(Pt 15):2299-2306. ... 2010) Evidence for distributed light sensing in the skin of cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis. Biol Lett 6(5):600-603. ... 2005) Ontogenetic changes in the visual acuity of Sepia officinalis measured using the optomotor response. Can J Zool 83(2):274 ...
... of cuttlefish mantle protein hydrolysates (CPH) with the degree of hydrolysis (DH) of 20.9, 25.5, 30.6, 35.3 and 40.6%... ... Bioactivities (including antioxidative and antiproliferative properties) of cuttlefish mantle protein hydrolysates (CPH) with ... Antioxidant Antiproliferate Protein hydrolysate Cuttlefish Sepia pharaonis This is a preview of subscription content, log in to ... Antiproliferative and antioxidative activities of cuttlefish (Sepia pharaonis) protein hydrolysates as affected by degree of ...
... arms and mantle) of three commercial cephalopods (Loligo vulgaris, Octopus vulgaris and Sepia officinalis) caught in three ...
The Sepia (Sepia vulgaris) may be aware of its origin, asked where he could procure said to be the commonest of our English ... mantle, on the dorsal side, the apex being situated It seems remarkable that an animal with so exposed near the end of the body ... the Sepias body, it is also serviceable in acting as tear open the shell with its strong, horny jaws. a float 10 buoy the ... to enable the Sepia to float on the surface of the THE GOLDEN MINNOW. water without any muscular exertion, and so is a ...
Sides of neck slightly lighter in shade than crown and mantle. Wing and tail feathers light sepia, edged more or less obviously ... Mantle, scapulars, back and rump as crown but tinged greener. Primaries and secondaries dark grey-brown but with bright olive- ... Wing-coverts, remiges and retrices dull sepia, edged bright olive green. Alula often noticeably darker than rest of wing.. Bare ... Tertials almost uniform with, and only slightly browner than, mantle, with very thin whitish tips and edges to inner webs; they ...
Ladys Mantle (Alchemilla xantochlora) regulates the menstrual cycle. It can be combined with black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa ... Sepia is important when indifference to others turns to anger and irritability. There is great fatigue. Exercise improves ... Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) relieves cramps and can be combined with ladys mantle. before menstruation begins, place a warm ...
In this study, the optic lobe of a giant squid (Architeuthis dux, male, mantle length 89 cm), which was caught by local ... Sepia pharaonis). Furthermore, the cell density in the cortex of the optic lobe is significantly higher in the giant squid than ...
  • Bioactivities (including antioxidative and antiproliferative properties) of cuttlefish mantle protein hydrolysates (CPH) with the degree of hydrolysis (DH) of 20.9, 25.5, 30.6, 35.3 and 40.6% (shortened as 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40%, respectively) prepared using alcalase were evaluated. (springer.com)
  • The results indicated that the CPH with 20, 30 and 40% DH showed the greatest activity against DPPH radical scavenging [5.2 µmol TE (torolox equivalent)/g sample], reducing power (0.4 absorbance at 700 nm) and total antioxidant capacity (0.6 mg ascorbic acid equivalent/g sample), which were 2.5, 6.5 and 13.8 times higher than the cuttlefish mantle protein isolate (CPI), respectively. (springer.com)
  • With respect to lipid composition of cuttlefish mantle, the TL content and cholesterol (CHO) percentage increased with age, while phosphatidylinositol (PI) and phosphatidylcholine (PC) percentage decreased. (uea.ac.uk)
  • It is remarkable the low levels of monoene FAs in both age-group cuttlefish mantle, despite of the high level of this FA group in both diets, which suggests that these FAs are not stored in the mantle. (uea.ac.uk)
  • ABSTRACT PURPOSE: To evaluate the role of low molecular chitosan containing sepia ink (LMCS) in ethanol-induced (5 ml/kg) gastric ulcer in rats. (bvsalud.org)
  • Forbes says that about the shores of the Eastern Mediterranean the common Sepia is so numerous that the "cuttle. (google.pt)
  • Common Sepia. (google.pt)
  • Bone of common Sepia. (google.pt)
  • common name applied to cephalopod mollusks that have 10 tentacles, or arms, 8 of which have muscular suction cups on their inner surface and 2 that are longer and can shoot out for grasping prey, and a reduced internal shell enbedded in the enveloping mantle. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • For example, the eye diameter of the small Iridoteuthis is over 40% of the mantle length and large squids have eyes that surpass the eye-size of all other animals big or small. (tolweb.org)
  • the shell is greatly reduced or lost, the mantle is co-opted for new functions, and the ventral foot is modified into prehensile arms. (biologists.org)
  • Later, TH-immunopositive motor fibers, originating from the stellate ganglia, penetrated the circular muscles of the mantle. (benran.ru)
  • Traveling head first, they move by jet propulsion: muscles fill their mantle with water and then expel it in a burst that propels them forward. (thoughtco.com)
  • In this study, the optic lobe of a giant squid ( Architeuthis dux , male, mantle length 89 cm), which was caught by local fishermen off the northeastern coast of Taiwan, was scanned using high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging in order to examine its internal structure. (schneier.com)
  • Budelmann BU, Bleckmann H. A lateral line analogue in cephalopods: water waves generate microphonic potentials in the epidermal head lines of Sepia and Lolliguncula . (springer.com)
  • Their head is located at the base of their mantle, with 2 large eyes on either side and sharp beak-like jaws in the center of their arms. (otlibrary.com)
  • In the nautiloid's olfactory system, there is a pair of rhinophores located below each eye and open to the environment with a tiny pore, whereas in coleoids a small pit of ciliated cells is present on either side of the head below the eyes close to the mantle edge. (oxfordre.com)
  • On examination Sepias are especially fond of visiting the nets which through the microscope , it will be found to consist have been laid for fish, and, coming, as they gene. (google.pt)
  • Their mantle (the main body region above their eyes) houses their cuttlebone, reproductive organs and digestive organs. (otlibrary.com)
  • The distribution of chitinolytic enzymes in eight organs of the golden cuttlefish Sepia esculenta was determined. (scirp.org)
  • Nishino, R. , Kakizaki, H. , Fukushima, H. and Matsumiya, M. (2017) Distribution of Chitinolytic Enzymes in the Organs and cDNA Cloning of Chitinase Isozymes from the Liver of Golden Cuttlefish Sepia esculenta . (scirp.org)
  • Concerning the peripheral nervous network, the stellate ganglia emerged as a plexus of numerous converging axons from TH-like immunoreactive sensory cells, first at the mantle edge, and then in the whole mantle surface. (benran.ru)
  • It is particularly the mantle, the arms, the ink, and part of the intestines such as the liver that have been used. (frontiersin.org)
  • The mantle also contains light and pressure sensitive spots that cause the shell to quickly close its valves if disturbed. (diveasia.com)
  • The results suggest that the growth differences observed in shrimp-fed cuttlefish with respect to fish-fed cuttlefish were not reflected in outstanding differences in mantle composition. (uea.ac.uk)
  • For the area under the mycelial growth curve (AUMGC), A. album had no effect, however, Sepia reduced up to 32% of the fungal growth. (bvsalud.org)
  • For the area under the disease progress curve (AUDPC), both Sepia and A. album in 24CH dynamization reduced fungal growth up to 50% and 70% in the first and second assays, respectively, compared to control treatments. (bvsalud.org)
  • Rawlings B.Brown Official American League baseball has been signed across the sweetspot, 'Mickey Mantle' in blue ink rating 8-8/9 out of 10. (invaluable.com)