Here we provide some interesting sites about cephalopods.
Cephalopod International Advisory Council
The aims of CIAC are to stimulate, accelerate and influence the direction of cephalopod research, to provide help and advice on aspects of cephalopod biology
Tree of Life Web Project (Tolweb) - Cephalopods
Tolweb is a collection of information about cephalopods biodiversity compiled collaboratively by hundreds of expert and amateur contributors.
The CALOCEAN project is developed at the Institut de Ciències del Mar (CSIC), Barcelona, Spain, with two research lines: "Estudio del desarrollo embrionario y larvario de calamares oceánicos de interés pesquero" and “Cultivo larvario de calamares oceánicos”.
TONMO: The Octopus News Magazine Online
The Octopus News Magazine Online is an online community and news resource for anything and everything pertaining to octopuses, squids and cephalopods. This includes articles, blogs, forum discussions, biology, pet care, images, video clips, art, culture, and more.
Johnsen Sensory Biology Lab
The Johnsen Lab studies aspects of visual ecology. Methods used include: protein biochemistry, electron and light microscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, behavioral studies, net sampling, submersible operations, SCUBA diving, optical measurements of tissue and environment, and mathematical modeling.
The Cephalopod Page
The Cephalopod Page (TCP) is Dr. James B. Wood's personal web page. The goals are to provide an accurate, interesting and educational content oriented page devoted to the most active, intelligent and interesting invertebrates known - the Cephalopods.
Animal Diversity Web - Cephalopods
Animal Diversity Web (ADW) is an online database of animal natural history, distribution, classification, and conservation biology. Students learn considerable detail about the biology of a species, then share their work with users worldwide by making it part of the permanent database.
* All descriptions are from the original sites.