was observed on five of the 15 dives at depths of 500 m, 700 m, two at 800 m , and 860 m. One specimen was captured in a midwater trawl, which enabled us to verify the specific identification. Individuals and aggregations occurred from about 5-60 m above the bottom.
From: Roper, C.F.E. and M. Vecchione. 1996. In situ observations on Brachioteuthis beanii
Verrill:paired behavior, probably mating (Cephalopoda
). American Malacological Bulletin 13:55-60.
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