Flying Squids: Their Life Story and Relationships With Each Other
Fernando Ángel Fernández-Álvarez
16 Mar 2023
Flying squids are fascinating organisms. They exist in their own kingdom in the mesopelagic realm, where they attain huge biomasses and are crucial for energy and matter cycles in the water column. Besides their ecological importance, they are also important economically, as they sustain almost 50 % of current cephalopod landings in the world. Fernando will give a short snapshot of their mysterious and amazing life, as well as how each species is related to the other.
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