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Submissions from 2016

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Geographic variability of Octopus insularis diet: from oceanic island to continental populations, Tatiana S. Leite, Allan T. Batista, Françoise D. Lima, Jaciana C. Barbosa, and Jennifer A. Mather

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An Ethogram for Benthic Octopods (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae), Jennifer Mather and Jean S. Alupay

Submissions from 2013

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The effect of predatory presence on the temporal organization of activity in Octopus vulgaris, Daniela V. Meisel, Michael J. Kuba, Ruth A. Byrne, and Jennifer A. Mather

Submissions from 2012

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Individual Prey Choices of Octopuses: Are they Generalist or Specialist?, Jennifer A. Mather, Tatiana S. Leite, and Allan T. Batista

Submissions from 2010

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Octopuses (Enteroctopus dofleini) Recognize Individual Humans, Roland C. Anderson, Jennifer A. Mather, Mathieu Q. Monette, and Stephanie R.M. Zimsen

Submissions from 2009

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Octopus insularis (Octopodidae), Evidences of a Specialized Predator and a Time-Minimizing Hunter, Tatiana S. Leite, Manuel Haimovici, and Jennifer A. Mather

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Habitat, distribution, and abundance of the commercial octopus (Octopus insularis) in a tropical oceanic island, Brazil: Information for management of an artisanal fishery inside a marine protected area, Tatiana S. Leite, Manuel Haimovici, Jennifer A. Mather, and Jorge Eduardo Lins-Oliveira

Submissions from 2008

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Octopus vulgaris in the Caribbean is a specializing generalist, Roland C. Anderson, Jamesd B. Wood, and Jennifer A. Mather

Submissions from 2006

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Does Octopus vulgaris Have Preferred Arms?, Ruth A. Byrne, Michael J. Kuba, Daniela V. Meisel, Ulrike Griebel, and Jennifer A. Mather

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Octopus arm choice is strongly influenced by eye use, Ruth A. Byrne, Michael J. Kuba, Daniela V. Meisel, Ulrike Griebel, and Jennifer A. Mather

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When do octopuses play? Effects of repeated testing, object type, age, and food deprivation on object play in Octopus vulgaris., Michael J. Kuba, Ruth A. Byrne, Daniela V. Meisel, and Jennifer A. Mather

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Exploration and Habituation in Intact Free Moving Octopus vulgaris, Jennifer Mather

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Contrasting Activity Patterns of Two Related Octopus Species, Octopus macropus and Octopus vulgaris, Daniela V. Meisel, Ruth A. Byrne, Michael J. Kuba, Jennifer A. Mather, Werner Ploberger, and Erhard Reschenhofer

Submissions from 2001

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Early temperamental traits in an octopus (Octopus bimaculoides), Daniel L. Sinn, Nancy A. Perrin, Jennifer A. Mather, and Roland C. Anderson