Links To Relevant Outside Web Pages

Information on Hapalochlaena lunulata from Encyclopedia of Life website.

Home page for UW-La Crosse website.

More information on other organisms at Multiple organisms website.



Aquarium of the Pacific 2013. <URL:>. Accessed 22 March 2013 2013. <URL:>. Accessed 7 April 2013.

Bartick, M. and Gietler, S. Blue Ringed Octopus Facts. <URL:>. Accessed 21 February 2013

Boyer, Massimo. 2013. World Database of Marine Species. <URL:>. Accessed 9 April 2013.

Buncombe, A. in Washington 2003. NOTORIOUS SEX PEST OF THE ANIMAL WORLD HAS THE PERFECT EXCUSE FOR SERIAL GROPING. Page 3. The Independent, London, England.

Bunje, Paul. 2003. The Mollusca. University of California Museum of Paleontology. <URL:>. Accessed 11 April 2013.

Caldwell, R. Death in a Pretty Package: The Blue-Ringed Octopuses. Pages 8-18 in Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Magazine.

Caldwell, Roy. 2013. What makes blue-rings so deadly? Blue-ringed octopus have terrodoxin. The Cephalopod Page.  <URL:>. Accessed 7 April 2013.

Caldwell, R. L. and Cheng, M. W. Sex identification and mating in the blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena lunulata. Pages 27-33. Animal Behavior. Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley.

Cl@ssmate series 12 - #40 - Deadly sea creatures. Page 26 T. Lennon, editor. Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, Sydney, Australia.

Encyclopedia of Life 2013. <URL:>>. Accessed 9 April 2013>. Accessed 7 April 2013.

Experts123 2012. <URL:>. Accessed 12 April 2013.

LatinDiscussion 2013. <URL:>. Accessed 25 March 2013.

MarineBio Conservation Society 2013. <URL:>. Accessed 9 April 2013.

Merriam-Webster.<URL:>. Accessed 9 April 2013

Nordsieck, Robert. 2013. The Living World of Molluscs. <URL:>. Accessed 7 April 2013.

Overath H. and von Boletzky, S. 1974. Laboratory observations on spawning and embryonic development of a blue-ringed octopus. Pages 333-337. Marine Biology. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany.

Ray, Kelly. 2000. Hapalochaena lunulata. Animal Diversity Web. <URL:>. Accessed 7 April 2013. 2012. <URL:>. Accessed 2 April 2013.

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