Any member of the molluscan class Cephalopod meaning “head-feet”. Cephalopods are characterised by bilateral body symmetry, a prominent head, and a set of arms or tentacles. They are sometimes referred to as inkfish, due to their ability to squirt ink. Examples of Cephalopods include: Squid, Cuttlefish and Octopus.


Octopus are pot caught or demersal trawled. There are various Octopus fisheries across the North East Atlantic, with the most important being off t...

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Native Squid

Native Squid is active in the day/light, in the Pelagic area of the ocean. During the night/dark, Native Squid fall to the depths of the ocean and ...

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Cuttlefish are demersal trawled Cephalopods that live in saltwater. Cuttlefish tend to be more readily available from December to August and offer ...

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