Diners call them calamari. Biologists call them "Loligo Opalescens"(low-LEE-go opal-ESS-enz).The owners of California fishing boats simply call them "market squid" and to the market they are going in ever greater numbers. In recent years squid has led California's fisheries in both tonnage and cash value, surpassing better-known catches like salmon and abalone. Concern is mounting that the squid haul is rapidly depleting the stocks and that regulators should step in and impose some limits. Anthony Fest reports from Monterey, California.