The Jewel Squids get their name from the distinctive large integumental photophores that make it look as though they’ve been run through a Bedazzler. They are moderate sized squid with long arms and short mantles (up to 33 mm long) with very small fins at the posterior tip. They are also commonly known as Cock-eyed Squid because their eyes are different sizes—the left eye is significantly larger than the right, is semitubular (not hemispherical), bulges out of the head, and is directed vertically, pointing up toward the surface.
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