|Taningia danae caught off the Massachusetts coast, the first specimen from the western North Atlantic.|
Taningia is a genus of squid in the family Octopoteuthidae. For over 150 years, it has been believed to comprise a single species known as Taningia danae. Recently it has been shown to contain at least two new species (T. fimbria, T. rubea). Another species, Taningia persica, has historically been referred to but has been questioned.
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