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Gonatidae
also called Armhook squid and has one more synonym

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  1. These squid are pelagic, associated with the continental shelf and may roam as deep as 4,500 metres or more, depending on the species

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  2. are a family of moderately-sized squid

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  3. The family contains approximately 19 species in three genera, widely distributed and plentiful in cold boreal waters of the Pacific Ocean

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  4. At least one species is known from Antarctic waters, and two from the North Atlantic

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  5. Morphologically, armhook squid are fairly uniform: all species are characterised by the suckers of their arms, which are arranged in four rows (series) rather than the typical count of two

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