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Introduction

This genus is probably the most speciose in the Cephalopoda. Because of the great variability among species, the genus is best defined by the other two genera; that is, Sepia is the sepiid that doesn't have the major characters that define Metasepia and Sepiella.

Brief diagnosis:

  • without pore at posterior end of mantle.
  • with cuttlebone length approximately the same as mantle length.

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