CEPHALOPODS

OCTOPUS (Octopus sp)

OCTOPUS (Octopus sp)

The Octopus is a cephalopod mollusc of the order Octopoda. It has two eyes and four pairs of arms and, like other cephalopods, it is bilaterally symmetric. It has a beak, with its mouth at the center point of the arms. It has no internal or external skeleton

Octopus Boiled Cut

Octopus Ballpacked

Raw Whole Clean (Flower Shape)

Boiled Whole Clean (Flower Shape)

SQUID LOLIGO (Loligo vulgaris)

Squid Loligo (Loligo vulgaris)

Squids belong to the group of mollusks called cephalopods, which include octopi, cuttlefish, etc. Under this order, there are many subcategories of squid. For example, squid that secrete luminescent ink are classified in the genus Heteroteuthis of the family Sepiolidae. The common squid of the east North Atlantic coast belongs to the family Loliginidae. The giant squid belongs to the genus Architeuthis in the family Architeuthidae.

Squid Ring T&T

Squid Reguler T&T

Squid Fully Cleaned T&T

CUTTLEFISH (Sephia sp)

Cuttlefish (Sephia sp)

Cuttlefish, any of several marine cephalopods of the order Sepioidea, related to the octopus and squid and characterized by a thick internal
calcified shell called the cuttlebone. All species have eight arms and two longer tentacles that are used in capturing prey and can be withdrawn into two pouches.

Cuttlefish Fillet

Cuttlefish Fillet

Cuttlefish Whole Cleaned

Soft Bone Cuttlefish