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Gavioli IL, de Ortiz DO, Bersano JGF, Vidal EAG (2021). Connecting polarized light and water turbidity
with feeding rates in Octopus americanus paralarvae​
 Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 2021;1–17.,


Franco-Santos RM & Vidal EAG (2020). Tied hands - synchronism between beak development and feeding-related morphological changes in ommastrephid squid paralarvae. Hydrobiologia,
Deryckere A, Styfhals R, Vidal EAG, Almansa E, Seuntjens E (2020). A practical staging atlas to study embryonic development of Octopus vulgaris under controlled laboratory conditions. BMC Developmental Biology,
Ibáñez CM, Díaz-Santana-Iturrios M, López-Córdova DA, Carrasco SA, Pardo-Gandarillas MC, Rochas F, Vidal EAG (2020). A phylogenetic approach to understand the evolution of reproduction in
coleoid cephalopods.
 Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution,


Vidal EAG & Salvador B (2019). The tentacular strike behavior in squid: Functional interdependency of morphology and predatory behaviors during ontogeny. Frontiers in Physiology 10:1558. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2019.01558


Vidal EAG, Zeidberg LD and Buskey EJ (2018). Development of Swimming Abilities in Squid Paralarvae: Behavioral and Ecological Implications for Dispersal. Front. Physiol. 9:954. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2018.00954

Castellano, G. C., da Veiga, M. P. T., Mazzini, F. S., Vidal, E. A. G., & Freire, C. A. (2018). Paralarvae of Octopus vulgaris Type II are stenohaline conformers: relationship to field distribution and dispersal. Hydrobiologia, 808(1), 71-82.

Cyran, N., Palumbo, A., Klepal, W., Vidal, E. A. G., Staedler, Y., Schönenberger, J., & von Byern, J. (2018). The short life of the Hoyle organ of Sepia officinalis: formation, differentiation and degradation by programmed cell death. Hydrobiologia, 808(1), 35-55.


Amor, M D ; Norman, M D ; Roura, A ; Leite, T. S. ; Gleadall, IG ; Reid, A ; Perales-Raya, C ; Lu, CC ; Silvey, C ; Vidal, E A G ; Hoechberg, F ; Zheng, X ; Strugnell, LM . Morphological assessment of the Octopus vulgaris species-complex evaluated in light of molecular-based phylogenetic inferences. Zoologica Scripta, 2016.

Fernandez-Alvarez, FA, Martins, CP, Vidal, EAG ; Villanueva, R . Towards the identification of the ommastrephid squid paralarvae (Mollusca: Cephalopoda): morphological description of three species and a key to the Northeast Atlantic species. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2016.


Allcock, A L ; Boletzky, S V ; Bonnaud- Ponticelli, L ; Brunetti, N E ; Cazzaniga, NJ ; Hochberg, E ; Ivanovic, M ; Lipinski, M ; Marian, JEAR ; Nigmatullin, C ; Nixon, M ; Robin, JP ; Rodhouse, PGK ; Vidal, E A G . The role of female cephalopod researchers: past and present. Journal of Natural History, v. 49, p. 1235-1266, 2015.

Lenz, TM ; Elias, N .H. ; Leite, TS ; Vidal, E A G. First Description of the eggs and paralarvae of the tropical Octopus, under culture conditions. American Malacological Bulletin, v. 33, p. 101-109, 2015.


Franco-Santos, R M; Vidal, E A G. Beak development of early squid paralarvae (Cephalopoda: Teuthoidea) may reflect an adaptation to a specialized feeding mode. Hydrobiologia, v. 725, p. 85-103, 2014.

Franco-Santos, R M; Iglesias, J; Domingues, P M; Vidal, E A G . Early beak development in Argonauta nodosa and Octopus vulgaris (Cephalopoda: Incirrata) paralarvae suggests adaptation to different feeding mechanisms. Hydrobiologia, v. 725, p. 69-83, 2014.

Vidal, E A G; Boletzky, S . Loligo vulgaris and Doryteuthis opalescens. In Cephalopod Culture. 1st Ed. Netherlands: Springer Netherlands, v. 1, p. 271-313, 2014.

Vidal, E A G; Villanueva, R; Andrade, J P; Gleadall, I G; Iglesias, J; Koueta, N; Rosas, C; Segawa, S; Grasse, B; Franco-Santos, RM; Albertin, CB; Caamal-Monsreal, C; Chimal, ME; Edsinger-Gonzales, E; Gallardo, P; Le Pabic, C; Pascual, C; Roumbedakis, K; Wood, J. Cephalopod Culture. In: Vidal, E.A.G.. (Ed.). Advances in Marine Biology. Oxford, Elsevier, v. 67, p. 1-98, 2014.

Villanueva, R; Sykes, António V ; Vidal, EAG; Rosas, C; Nabhitabhata, J ; Fuentes, L; Iglesias, J. Current Status and Future Challenges in Cephalopod Culture. In: Iglesias, J; Fuentes, L; Villanueva, R. (Eds.). Cephalopod Culture. 1st Ed. Amsterdam, Springer Netherlands, v. , p. 479-489, 2014.

Xavier, JC; Allcock, AL; Cherel, Y; Lipinski, MR; Pierce, GJ; Rodhouse, PGK; Rosa, R; Shea, EK; Strugnell, JM; Vidal, EAG; Villanueva, R; Ziegler, A. Future challenges in cephalopod research. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 95: 1-17, 2014.


Vidal, E A G; Marian, J E A R ; Martins, R S . Doryteuthis sampaulensis, São Paulo Squid. In: Rosa, R, Pierce, G, Dor, R. (Org.). Advances in Squid Biology, Ecology and Fisheries. Part I - Myopsid Squids. 1ed.New York: Nova Science Publishers, v. I, p. 197-242, 2013.


Villanueva, R; Staaf, DJ ; Argüelles, J; Bozzano, A; Camarillo-Coop, S; Nigmatullin, CM; Petroni, G; Quintana, D; Sakai, M; Sakurai, Y; Salinas-Zavala, CA; De Silva-Dávila, R; Tafur, R; Yamashiro, C; Vidal, EAG. A laboratory guide to in vitro fertilization of oceanic squids. Aquaculture (Amsterdam), v. 342-343, p. 125-133, 2012.


Uriarte, I; Iglesias, J; Domingues, P; Rosas, C; Viana, MT; N, JC; Seixas, P; Vidal, EAG; Ausburger, A; Pereda, S; Godoy, F ; Paschke, K; Farías, A; Olivares, A; Zuñiga, O. Current Status and Bottle Neck of Octopod Aquaculture: The Case of American Species. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, v. 42, p. 735-752, 2011.


Martins, RS; Roberts, MJ; Vidal, EAG; Moloney, CL; Vidal, EAG. Effects of temperature on yolk utilization by chokka squid (Loligo reynaudii d'Orbigny, 1839) paralarvae. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, p. 19-26, 2010.

Martins, RS; Roberts, MJ; Chang, N; Verley, P; Moloney, CL; Vidal, EAG. Effect of yolk utilization on the specific gravity of chokka squid (Loligo reynaudii) paralarvae: implications for dispersal on the Agulhas Bank, South Africa. ICES Journal of Marine Science, p. 371-384, 2010.

Vidal, EAG; Haimovici, M; Hackbart, VCS. Distribution of paralarvae and small juvenile cephalopods in relation to primary production in an upwelling area off southern Brazil. ICES Journal of Marine Science, v. 67, p. 120-127, 2010.



Vidal, E A G; Dimarco, P ; Lee, P . Effects of starvation and recovery on the survival, growth and RNA:DNA ratio in loliginid squid paralarvae. Aquaculture (Amsterdam), v. 260, p. 94-105, 2006.


Vidal, E A G; Roberts, M J ; Martins, R S . Yolk utilization, metabolism and growth in reared Loligo vulgaris reynaudii paralarvae. Aquatic Living Resources, France, v. 18, p. 385-393, 2005.


Vidal, E A G; Dimarco, P F ; Wormuth, J H ; Lee, P G . Influence of temperature and food availability on survival, growth and yolk utilization in hatchling squid. Bulletin of Marine Science, United States of America, v. 71, n.2, p. 915-931, 2002.

Vidal, E A G; DiMarco, F ; Wormuth,  J H ; Lee, P G. Optimizing rearing conditions of hatchling loliginid squid. Marine Biology (Berlin), Berlin- Germany, v. 140, p. 117-127, 2002.


Vidal, E A G; HaimoviciA, M . Digestive tract parasites from rhynchoteuthion squid paralarvae, especially Illex argentinus (Cephalopoda: Ommastrephidae). Fishery Bulletin (Washington), United States of America, v. 97, n.2, p. 402-405, 1999.


Vidal, E A G; Haimovici, M . Feeding and the possible role of the proboscis and mucus cover in the ingestion of microorganisms by rhynchoteuthion paralarvae (Cephalopoda: Ommastrephidae). Bulletin of Marine Science, United States of America, v. 63, n.2, p. 305-316, 1998.


Haimovici, M ; Vidal, E A G ; Perez, J A A . Larvae of Illex argentinus from five surveys on the continental shelf of southern Brasil. ICES Marine Science Symposium, Canada, v. 199, p. 414-424, 1995.

Vidal, E A G. Relative growth of paralarvae and juveniles of Illex argentinus (Castellanos, 1960) in southern Brazil. Antarctic Science (Print), England, v. 6, n.2, p. 275-282, 1994.


Leite TS, Vidal EAG, Lima FD, Lima SMQ, Dias RM, Giuberti GA, de Vasconcellos D, Mather JA, Haimovici M (2021).A new species of pygmy Paroctopus Naef, 1923 (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae): the smallest southwestern Atlantic octopod, found in sea debris​. Marine Biodiversity 2021;51–68.,
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