sightings have been made are limited, with one [18] reported above a “sedimentary seafloor” during a survey of a transform margin. Whether the comparatively high number of Magnapinna squid sighted in Australia’s GAB equates to a Magnapinna sp. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241066.g007. Morphological measurements were made from video only, as the angle of the squid in the still image was not ideal, and its position on the edge of frame increased risk of lens distortion effects. Offshore surveys using towed camera and Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) were conducted as part of the Great Australian Bight Deepwater Marine Program, with the aim to characterise benthic diversity and geology of volcanic seamounts, submarine canyons and potential seep zones in southern Australia’s slope and abyssal waters [5,6]. Scientific name: Genus Magnapinna. The first record of this family comes from a specimen (Magnapinna talismani) caught off the Azores in 1907. While identification to species is not possible based solely on imagery, the morphology of the observed squids, with characteristic large fins and extremely long distal arm/tentacle filaments, clearly corresponds to the genus Magnapinna [29]. Description: Big fin squid are a group of rarely seen cephalopods with a distinctive morphology. Geolocation of the camera system was achieved using an ultra-short baseline system and the ship’s global positioning system. This thread is archived. The seafloor habitat was flat and consisted of fine light-coloured ooze with an overlay of possible biological origin (not gravel), and Lebensspuren including mounds and seastar imprints (as per [28]). The ‘elbow’ pose seen in Sighting 2 (Fig 3) was unusual in that the squid postured horizontally rather than upright in relation to the seafloor. As part of a recent large-scale research programme in the Great Australian Bight, Remotely Operated Vehicles and a towed camera system were deployed in depths of 946–3258 m resulting in five Magnapinna sp. The squid was observed in a horizontal position just above the seafloor: with proximal arms/tentacles held almost perpendicular to the body axis and distal arm/tentacle filaments trailing parallel to the seafloor. And there are many squid species that live in the deep sea that you'll just see like carrying a bunch of eggs around with them. Two other Magnapinna squid were measured using paired lasers on the adjacent seafloor ~50mm below, and are amongst the smallest in-situ Magnapinna sp. Clustered mobile fauna has been previously reported in the deep-sea (e.g. This video was taken by ROV on 25 March 2017 at a depth of approximately 3002 m. Blue boxes are present in the lower corners to mask embedded logos in accordance with publishing requirements. This video was taken by ROV on 24 March 2017 at a depth of approximately 3060 m. Blue boxes are present in the lower corners to mask embedded logos in accordance with publishing requirements. B) im Atlantik und drei im Pazifik (Magnapinna pacifica) gefunden. Funding acquisition, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241066.g005. macrourid fishes), with such clustering often associated with specific environmental needs and/or increased reproductive opportunities [40,41]. This paper reports on five Magnapinna sp. See also cephalopod size. The squid spun in a vortex current revealing another dorsal view, this time in an oblique vertical position, with mantle a pale pink-brown, an area of brighter pink-orange around the fin junction, a pale head, dark eyes, and fins and proximal arms/tentacles of a light brown (Fig 7C). The functional role of this postural behaviour is unknown, however it does share similarities to variations of the Dorsal Arm Curl seen in the deep-sea squid Octopoteuthis deletron and other equivalent postures in deep and shallow water squid, though these involve raising more than one arm [10]. Average field of view width was calculated by extrapolating paired laser measurements over 70 randomly selected images. ROV footage ranges from 20 s to 2 min 55 s, as the ROV was able to remain stationary or move with the squid. A Magnapinna squid was observed in the shadow of the towed camera system, just above the substrate with distal arm/tentacle filaments largely trailing parallel to the seafloor. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241066.g004. Comparative examples within the Cephalopoda are rare, as to date filament coiling has only been reported in the distantly related cephalopod Vampyroteuthis infernalis (Order: Vampyromorpha), which extends filaments up to eight times its body length, retracting them by helical coiling [12]. Whether such close proximity to the seafloor is for the purpose of ‘fishing’ for demersal prey or avoiding pelagic predators (particularly as these two squid appear juvenile in size) remains to be seen. Total survey time was 15.81 hrs, covering 46 km of linear transects, and approximating 218 km2 based on an average field of view width of 4.75 m [23]. A full count of arms/tentacles was not possible due to the small size of the squid and fineness of filaments, coupled with image quality. The use of underwater imagery as a sampling tool in the deep-sea has revolutionised the study of such fragile fauna, enabling observations of live animals in-situ. We would like to acknowledge and thank those that made this research possible: the Marine National Facility, and FUGRO who helped to acquire the habitat data during the field campaign; crews of surveys on the RV Investigator and REM Etive, particularly ROV pilots, and ROV observer teams comprising CSIRO geological and biological teams, and collaborators including Di Tracey of NIWA and Dr Penny Berents of the Australian Museum; research leaders, including Alan Williams and Jason Tanner; Christine Trefry, Stacey Maslin, and Ian Hay for data management and video data location; Nick Mortimer for image geolocation. We would also like to thank Dr Michael Vecchione and Dr Richard Young for initial confirmation of Magnapinna sp. Photographs by Wen-Sung Chung. Further fine-scale reporting of habitat in future sightings will assist in determining any patterns of habitat preference by Magnapinna squid. sightings in the GAB were made in areas of predominantly soft sediment, in terrain of lower-slope erosion channels, and upper section of submarine canyon, between 2000 and 3000 m depth (Fig 1). Mantle . The total length (DML + longest arm/tentacle length) of the Magnapinna squid in Sighting 3 (~1830 mm) is likely longer than those measured in the southern hemisphere: >1500 mm total length [19], and <100 mm DML [20]; and shorter than those measured in the northern hemisphere (n = 6) ranging from 2250 to 7000 m in total length [14,21]. broad scope, and wide readership – a perfect fit for your research every time. (A) A still image captured by towed camera. Sighting 5, Fig 7A–7D). However, while increases in knowledge are expected as surveys expand into deeper waters, deep-sea cephalopod specimens are commonly damaged when collected by trawls, limiting insights from morphological examination [1,8]. The squid appeared stationary in relation to Lebensspuren and a nearby urchin test, with slow undulations of the fins likely holding its position against current given that all distal filaments trailed straight behind. C showing funnel locking apparatus. posture, colour) [9], distribution [10], feeding and reproductive behaviours [11,12], and has at times revealed the unexpected and unique [11–15]. The observed Magnapinna squid swam with strong fin flapping in an oblique to horizontal position with closed proximal arms/tentacles, and trailing distal arm/tentacle filaments that were affected by turbulence. Still images were taken every 5 seconds. Colour is described from this image. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. In-situ colours of Magnapinna squid are not often reported, though [18] describes the mantle as “brownish” and [14] and [18] note the filaments are white or comparatively lighter in colour. To ensure accuracy, measurements were taken when the squid were as perpendicular as possible to the camera’s line of sight. In diversen Videoaufnahmen ist ein Tier mit sehr ähnlicher Morphologie zu sehen, das die Spitznamen „Langarm-Kalmar“ bzw. The distal arm/tentacle filaments were only visible in the stills image: their length relative to DML could not be measured as their full length trailed outside the field of view, and a full count of arms/tentacles was not possible due to image quality. C, showing relative size of arm and tentacle bases. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241066.s004. specimens, which are mostly missing distal filaments due to damage [29]. Recent video observations of deep-sea chiroteuthid squid have revealed similarities in behaviour: some mastigoteuthids orientate vertically and dangle long whip-like tentacles in a “tuning fork” pose, and some Chiroteuthis squid dangle long tentacles at sharp right angles to their arms [43–45]. Mantle length 79 mm. They are found kilometres beneath … The Great Australian Bight survey spanned nearly 350 km of the GAB slope with over 75 hours of video recorded, however Magnapinna sp. Opportunity to observe behavioural components in this study was limited, with <4 minutes of video footage. (C) Dorsal view showing a pale pink-brown mantle and light brown proximal arms/tentacles. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241066.g002. The distal arm/tentacle filaments remained white throughout. Formal analysis, No, Is the Subject Area "Cameras" applicable to this article? Basic biological and ecological knowledge are lacking for many species and little baseline data exists, largely due to the inaccessibility of their vast yet little explored deep-sea environments [1,2]. C is an undescribed species of bigfin squid known only from a single specimen of 79 mm mantle length (ML) collected in the southern Atlantic Ocean and held in the Natural History Museum. The changes seen in Sighting 5 may represent chromatic colour change, however rapidly changing viewing angles caused by ROV thruster turbulence makes it difficult to say this with certainty. im Zoologischen Museum Kiel seit Mai 2012 ausgestellt. - 9GAG has the best funny pics, gifs, videos, gaming, anime, manga, movie, tv, cosplay, sport, food, memes, cute, fail, wtf photos on the internet! Locomotive and behavioural components were observed, including a ‘raised arm’ posture, a horizontal example of the ‘elbow’ pose, and filament coiling, a behaviour never before seen in squids. The shadow of the Magnapinna squid can be seen below, duplicating the described posture. Due to the damaged nature of the find, little information could be discerned, and it was classified as a mastigoteuthid, first as Chiroteuthopsis talismani and later as Mastigoteuthis talismani. It may be that imagery of Magnapinna squid are present in already surveyed areas, both in Australia and around the world, but have not yet come to light due to lack of identification at the appropriate taxonomic scale. 1956 wurde eine ähnliche Art (Magnapinna sp. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241066.g006. Image light levels have been adjusted for clarity, and distance between paired lasers seen on the seafloor is 100 mm. It is not known whether the outcome would have differed with another observer, and to date there have been no published studies by specialised taxonomists based on imagery of deep-sea squid in Australia. Morphological differences indicate each sighting is of an individual rather than multiple sightings of the same squid. Recent surveys in Australian waters, including those described in this study, provide an example of the importance of further deep-sea exploration, with high proportions of undescribed species and new species records found [3–7]. These numbers are suggestive of a higher than average rate of Magnapinna squid sightings in the GAB region, however should be interpreted with caution given the likelihood of variabilities in survey methods (e.g. The Eastern Atlantic observations were of similar close spatiotemporal proximity to those of the GAB, but could not be distinguished as individual Magnapinna squid, as opposed to multiple sightings of the same squid. However, the majority of previous records have been from manned submersibles (n = 6) and commercial oil and gas ROVs (n = 4) during which all sightings, rather than randomly selected or those ‘on-transect’, would have been similarly recorded [14,19]. Supervision, An early ventral view revealed a pale mantle and proximal arms/tentacles, with fins a darker brown (Fig 7A). (B) Dorsal view showing dark orange-brown mantle and proximal arms/tentacles. Specimen of Magnapinna sp. This image is an enlarged and cropped portion of a towed camera still image and light levels have been adjusted for clarity. This video was taken by ROV on 25 March 2017 at a depth of approximately 3056 m. Blue boxes are present in the lower corners to mask embedded logos in accordance with publishing requirements. No, Is the Subject Area "Cephalopods" applicable to this article? Sighting 2 was the only squid in an ‘elbow’ pose, and the only squid with no reaction to the camera system; presumably because the towed camera passed quickly and high above. 214 points • 16 comments - Magnapinna squid waiting for its pray deep in the ocean. Visualization, No, PLOS is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation, #C2354500, based in San Francisco, California, US, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241066, http://tolweb.org/Magnapinna/52203/2016.08.29, https://mnf.csiro.au/en/RV-Investigator/Gear-and-equipment/Deployable-gear/Deep-towed-and-drop-cameras, https://www.fugro.com/docs/default-source/our-services/asset-integrity/fcv-3000-(150hp)_rev-2-2016_lr.pdf, http://tolweb.org/Mastigoteuthidae/19453/2019.03.26. The Magnapinna squid has distinctive brachial morphological features than similar cephalopods. Similarly, Sighting 1 was horizontal and just above seafloor when first observed, but the near 90 degree angle of the ‘elbow’ pose could not be confirmed for all arms/tentacles before its disturbance by the towed camera system (Fig 2). We have described fine-scale habitat, in-situ colouration, and behavioural components including a horizontal example of the ‘elbow’ pose, and coiling of distal filaments: a behaviour not previously seen in squid. The remaining measurements were taken from the still image where detail of morphological features were clearer, and using the DML measurement from the video as reference scale. Morphological measurements suggest that the five sightings represent five separate individuals (Table 2). During grid transects, the ROVs travelled at a speed of 2 knots and at an altitude of approximately 2–3 m above seafloor [23]. (B) A video image captured by towed camera. Further in-situ imagery of filament coiling, particularly of a high quality, or the collection of an intact specimen would assist in the interpretation of this behaviour in Magnapinna squid. They are also nicknamed the Long arm squid due to their long arms reach more than 20ft. Yes These sightings, the first from Australian waters, have bolstered the hypothesis of a cosmopolitan distribution, and indicated a locally clustered distribution with squid being found in close spatial and temporal proximity of each other. The squid possessed at least 9 distal arm/tentacle filaments. So generally squid eggs are left on the seafloor don't get eaten too much, but I'm imagining mama squid, she's carrying all of her eggs with her. The arm/tentacle filaments were at least 1096 mm in length, but their full extent could not be measured as they extended beyond the camera frame (Table 2). Several colour descriptions were necessary for this squid. No, Is the Subject Area "Lasers" applicable to this article? Using the methods undertaken in the GAB surveys, the Magnapinna sp. The Magnapinna squid was greatly affected by turbulence from ROV thrusters during this brief observation. Yes In response to previous Magnapinna sp. No, Is the Subject Area "Malacology" applicable to this article? Proximal arms/tentacles were also seen opened at smaller angles, but no other sharp ‘elbow’ positions were observed, likely because of disturbance caused by ROV thrusters. It is very different from other squid species … Die in den Aufnahmen festgehaltenen Exemplare unterschieden sich drastisch von den bis dahin bekannten Spezies. The extremely rare Magnapinna Squid, which live at the very bottom of the midnight zone, 4,000 feet below the surface. An area of the dorsal mantle at and just below the fin junction appears dark reddish-brown (Fig 2B). Yes Magnapinna sp. Size and morphological differences seen in our study strongly suggest each of these clustered observations is of an individual Magnapinna squid (Table 2). Visualization, Bigfin squid – or Magnapinna – are known for their long arms and tentacles and can measure up to seven metres in length. Die erste Video-Aufnahme eines "Langarm-Kalmars" wurde 1988 vor der brasilianischen Küste gemacht. The peculiarity and distinctiveness of Magnapinna squid has meant that even incidental sightings from hydrocarbon well operations have been reported, but such peculiarity does not guarantee that generalist annotators would recognise the interest in its reporting [21]. Während der 1990er Jahre wurden zwei weitere Exemplare (Magnapinna sp. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241066.g003. Generally, the Magnapinna squid observed in the GAB were of brown, orange, and pink hues, ranging from pale to dark tones; distal arm/tentacle filaments were white, eyes dark, and fins and mantle often slightly translucent. Observations of Magnapinna sp. The purpose of the ‘elbow’ pose in Magnapinna sp. Ophiuroids and an urchin test were visible in the immediate vicinity of the squid. A und Magnapinna sp. Sighting 1, Fig 2 is a much darker brown, though this may represent differences between gear), and within sightings (e.g. Each ROV was fitted with a high definition video camera, paired lasers (62 mm apart), and standard 4x LED lighting banks (2 x top and 2 x bottom) with variable illumination in the daylight range (5600K) and independent controllers [25]. The encounter was brief, with the squid leaving the field of view after approximately 37 s. (A) Lateral view of Magnapinna squid encountered at a depth of 3002 m. 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