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Beebe, W. 1937. Preliminary list of Bermuda deep-sea fish, based on the collections from fifteen hundred Metrenet Hauls, made in an Eight-mile Circle South on Nonsuch Island, Bermuda. Zoologica, N.Y., 22 (14): 197-208.

Bussing, W. A. 1965. Studies of the midwater fishes of the Peru-Chile Trench. In: G. A. Llano, edit., Biology of the Antarctic Seas, II. Anfarct. Res. Ser. (Am. geophys. U.), (5): 185-227, fig. 1-16.

Grey, M. 1956. The distribution of fishes found below a depth of 2000 meters. Fieldiana, ZooL, 36 (2): 75-337.

Krefft, G. 1964a. Rare fish. Germany. Annls biol., Copenh., 1962 [1964]19: 79.

Lütken, C. F. 1898. The ichthyological results. Dan. Ingolf-Exped , 2 (1): 1-38, 2 fig. n. num., pl. I-IV, 1 map.

Markle, D. F. 1976. Preliminary studies on the systematics of deep-sea Alepocephaloidea (Pisces: Salmoniformes). A dissertation presented to the Faculty of the School of Marine Science. The College of William and Mary in Virginia. 225 pp., 41 fig. (not published).

Parr, A. E. 1937. Concluding report on fishes with species index for articles 1-7. (Fishes of the third oceanographic expedition of the 'Pawnee'.) Bull. Bingham oceanogr. Coll, 3 (7): 79 p., fig. 1-22.

Parr, A. E. 1952. Ichthyology. Revision of the genus Talismania, with description of a new species from the Gulf of Mexico. J. Wash. Acad. Sci., 42 8): 268-271, fg. 1.

Beebe, W. 1933b. Deep-sea fishes of the Bermuda oceanographic expeditions. Family Alepocephalidae. Family Argentinidae. Zoologica, N.Y., 16: 15-147, fig. 1-25.

Bigeye smooth-head (Bajacalifornia megalops)