Books about Illex:

booksContribution to understanding the population structure and maturation of Illex argentinus (Castellanos, 1960):... by Augusto Cesar Crespi Abril, Enrique Mario Morsan and Pedro Jose Baron (Jan 14, 2009)

booksInfluence of the capture method on the physicochemical and functional properties of myofibrillar proteins of fin... by Lorena A. Mignino, Marcos Crupkin and Maria E. Paredi (Feb 15, 2012)

booksSouthwest Atlantic Argentine Illex fishery biology(Chinese Edition) by CHEN XIN JUN . LU HUA JIE . FANG ZHOU . LIU LIAN... (Aug 1, 2014)

booksSquid Recruitment Dynamics: The Genus Illex as a Model, the Commercial Illex Species and Influences on Variability... by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and P.G. Rodhouse (Oct 1998)

booksAtlas of the Biology and Distribution of the Squids Illex Illecebrosus and Loligo Pealei in the Northwest Atlantic... by G. A. P Black (1987)

booksShort-finned squid, Illex illecebrosus: Species profile by Cynthia L Gray (1992)

booksDorsal mantle length-total weight relationships of squids Loligo pealei and Illex illecebrosus from the Atlantic... by Anne M. T Lange (1981)


Wiki information Illex:

Organism Classification

Illex, commonly known as shortfin squids, is a squid genus in the family Ommastrephidae and the only member of the subfamily Illicinae. It contains four species: Illex argentinus, Argentine shortfin squid Illex coindetii, southern shortfin...

Illex argentinus
Organism Classification

Illex argentinus, commonly known as the Argentine shortfin squid, is a species of squid in the family Ommastrephidae. It is one of the most commercially fished species of squid, with 511,087 tons harvested in 2002, or 23.3% of the entire squid...