Marine cephalopod mollusc with long mantle, moderately slender, cylindrical and conical at the posterior end, variable color with brown, red, purple and yellow mottling. Abnormally large eyes covered by a transparent membrane. The diameter of the externally visible eyeball is 8 to 18% of the length of the mantle. It has eight tentacles that are about half the length of the mantle, while the pair of tentacles appendages is about two-thirds of its length. Left ventricle arm hectocotolized in males. Rhomboidal fins on each side of the rear end and measuring approximately half the length of the mantle.
- Area 21: the Northwestern part of the Atlantic Ocean
- Area 31: the Western part of the Atlantic Ocean
- Area 41: the Southwestern part of the Atlantic Ocean
- Area 77: the Eastern Central part of the Pacific Ocean
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