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Introduction

The Octopodiformes consists of a large group of living cephalopods, the Octopoda which contains over 200 species, the Vampyroteuthidae which contains a single species (a phylogenetic relict) and a large variety of extinct cephalopods in the Prototeuthidina and Loligosepiina. Information on the living and extinct forms are treated separately below.

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