Does skin wart distribution enable us to effectively distinguish species throughout the genus of deep-sea octopuses? Read all about it in Marine Biology Research!
New study shows cephalopods diversify their proteomes extensively by RNA editing, but not without a cost.
Have you ever asked yourself of the origin of modern cephalopod biodiversity?
Interesting study on cephalopods shows how orogeny and global sea level change influence diversity on Earth!
Great news! Finally, nautilus listed in CITES APPENDIX II. A big step against over-exploitation . . .
Mystery solved? Nature is so innovative . . . Optical phenomenon that camera-makers usually tend to avoid might explain how cephalopods are capable of remarkable camouflage abilities despite only being able to see in black and white. Broad applications . . .
Link: Study proposes explanation for how cephalopods see color, despite black and white vision
Despite ever warmer oceans and declining fish populations, cephalopods seem to thrive! And not surprisingly, their numbers can’t go up forever. According to the authors, they are either going to be harvested more intensely by humans . . . or they might eat each other if too crowded.
Link: In changing oceans, cephalopods are booming