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Ferrantia, Volume 59: Proceedings of the 3rd international symposium Coleoid Cephalopods Through Time Luxembourg 8-11 October 2008

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Volume 59 of Ferrantia contains products of presentations held during the 3rd meeting at the Musée national d'histoire naturelle in Luxembourg (MNHNL). The proceedings volume is well-balancedand includes 8 neontological and 11 paleontological peer-reviewed contributions. The alphabetically ordered papers are covering various biological aspects such as behaviour, embryology, cytology, ontogeny, systematics, taphonomy, paleobiogeography, or phylogenetics.

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Preface 5
In memoriam Winfried Haas (1934-2007)
  K. Bandel 6
It's All in the Cues: Octopuses (Enteroctopus dofleini) Learn to Open Jars
  Roland C. Anderson, Jennifer A. Mather 8
The 'yolk organ' of cephalopod embryos: on transient functions from crawling substratum to provisional knapsack
  S. von Boletzky 14
Non-invasive methods of identifying and tracking wild squid
  R. A. Byrne, J. B. Wood, R. C. Anderson, U. Griebel, J. A. Mather 22
Characterization of the adhesive organ of Idiosepius biserialis Voss, 1962 and Idiosepius pygmaeus  Steenstrup, 1881 (Mollusca, Cephalopoda)
  N. Cyran, W. Klepal, J. von Byern 32
A radula and associated cephalic remains of a Late Carboniferous coleoid from Oklahoma, USA  
  L. A. Doguzhaeva, R. H. Mapes, S. Bengtson, H. Mutvei 37
The first diplobelid coleoid from the Cenomanian of south-eastern India
  D. Fuchs, A. Vartak, G. Kendrick, M. Ghare 51
A rare and unusual teudopseid coleoid from the Upper Cretaceous of Hâqel (Lebanon)
  D.Fuchs 61
A new Plesioteuthis with beak from the Kimmeridgian of Nusplingen (Germany)
  Ch. Klug, G. Schweigert, G. Dietl 73
Fossil Coleoids from the Late Cretaceous (Campanian & Maastrichtian) of the Western Interior
  N. L. Larson 78
The oldest known (Lower Carboniferous-Namurian) protoconch of a rostrum-bearing coleoid (Cephalopoda) from Arkansas, USA: phylogenetic and paleobiologic implications
  R. H. Mapes, L. A. Doguzhaeva, H. Mutvei, N. H. Landman, K. Tanabe 114
A new late Carboniferous coleoid preserved with an ink sac from Nebraska, USA
  R. H. Mapes, L. A. Doguzhaeva, H. Mutvei, R. Pabian 126Ferrantia • 59 / 2010
New data on the paleobiogeographic and biostratigraphic distribution of Holcobelus Stolley, 1927 and its allies (Belemnitida) in the Middle Jurassic  
  N. Mariotti, M. Santantonio, R. Weis 137
Ultrastructural characterisation of the adhesive area of Sepia tuberculata (Lamarck, 1798)
  A. Micossi, W. Klepal, J. von Byern 148
Shell reduction and locomotory development in cephalopods: the recruitment of  engrailed and NK4 genes in Sepia officinalis
  S. Navet, Y. Bassaglia, S. Baratte, A. Andouche, L. Bonnaud 156
The Coleoidea of the upper Kimmeridgian Nusplingen Lithographic Limestone (Upper Jurassic, SW Germany) – diversity, preservation and palaeoecology
  G. Schweigert, G. Dietl 165
Naefia sp. from the Cenomanian of south-eastern India
  A. Vartak, D. Fuchs, M. Ghare 176
Molecular phylogenetic relationships of the genus Idiosepius (Cephalopoda; Idiosepiidae)
  J. von Byern, R. Söller, G. Steiner 184
Stable isotopes during ontogeny of Spirula and derived hatching temperatures
  K. Warnke, A. Oppelt, R. Hoffmann 191
An overview of coleoid Cephalopods from Paleogene and Neogene aged rocks of  Southern North America
  P. G. Weaver, Ch. N. Ciampaglio, R. E. Chandler

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