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Cephalopod ID Guide for the North Sea

Drerup, Christian; Cooke, Gavan

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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;The intention of this guide is to help identifying cephalopod species in the North Sea which you may find&lt;br&gt;
while SCUBA diving, snorkelling, a boat trip or even while walking along a rocky shore. It focuses on shallow&lt;br&gt;
water and subsurface-inhabiting species or those which at least partially spent their life in depths less than&lt;br&gt;
50 meters. As you may encounter these animals in the wild most likely just for a short glance, we kept the&lt;br&gt;
description of each cephalopod rather simple and based on easy-to-spot external features.&lt;br&gt;
This guide was made within the scope of the project &amp;ldquo;Cephalopod Citizen Science&amp;rdquo;. This project tries to&lt;br&gt;
gather scientific information about the &amp;ldquo;daily life&amp;rdquo; of cephalopods by analysing pictures of those animals&lt;br&gt;
which were posted in several, project-related facebook groups. For further information about this project,&lt;br&gt;
please follow the link below:&lt;br&gt;
We hope this guide will provide useful information and help you to identify those cephalopods you may&lt;br&gt;
encounter soon.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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