Remotely operated vehicle (ROV) operated from the oil-drilling ship Millennium Explorer, January 2000, Mississippi Canyon, Gulf of Mexico (28º 37' N, 088º 00' W), 2195 m. When first encountered, this squid was hovering with its extremely long arms and tentacles spread with acute bends.Tentacles could not be distinguished from the arms, although 10 appendages were visible.
From: M. Vecchione, R.E. Young, A. Guerra, D.J. Lindsay, D.A. Clague, J.M. Bernhard, W.W. Sager, A.F. Gonzalez, F.J. Rocha, and M. Segonzac. 2001. Worldwide observations of remarkable deep-sea squids. Science, vol. 294: 2505-2506.
Online abstract: http://invertebrates.si.edu/cephs/vetal01/vetal01.html
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