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Ege, V. 1930. The North Atlantic and Mediterranean species of the genus Paralepis Cuv. A systematical and biological investigation. (Sudidae, Paralepis.) Rep. Dan. oceanogr. Exped. Mediterr., 2 (A13) :1-93, fig. 1-37.

Ege, V. 1953. Paralepididae I (Paralepis and Lestidium). Taxonomy, ontogeny, phylogeny and distribution. Dana Rep., 7 (40) :1-184, 82 pl., fig. 1-33.

Haedrich, R. L.; Nielsen, J. 1966. Fishes eaten by Alepisaurus (Pisces, Iniomi) in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. Deep Sea Res., 13: 909-919.

Harry, R. R. 1951. Deep-sea Fishes of the Bermuda Oceanographic Expedition. Family Paralepididae. Zoologica, N. Y., 36 (1): 17-35, 9 fig.

Harry, R. R. 1953a. Studies on the bathypelagic fishes of the family Paralepididae. 1. Survey of the Genera. Pacif. Sci., 7 (2): 219-249, fig. 1-22.

Maul, G. E. 1945. Monografia dos Peixes do Museu Municipal do Funchal. Familia Sudidae. Bolm Mus. munic. Funchal, 1(1) :1-38, fig. 1-10.

Parin, N. V.; Nesis, K. N.; Vinogradov, M. Y. 1969. Data on the feeding of Alepisaurus in the Indian Ocean. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc., 9 (3): 418-427.

Parr, A. E. 1928. Deep-sea fishes of the order Iniomi from the waters around the Bahama and Bermuda Islands. Bull. Bingham oceanogr. Coll., 3 (3): pp. 1-193, fig. 1-43.

Parr, A. E. 1929a. Notes on the species of myctophine fishes represented by type specimens in the United States National Museum. Proc. U.S. natn. Mus., 76(10): 1-47, fig. 1-21.

Parr, A. E. 1931b. On the Genera Paralepis and Lestidium and the Taxonomic Status of Some of Their Species. Copeia, (4) :152-158, 3 fig.

Rofen, R. R. 1966a. Family Paralepididae in Fishes of the Western North Atlantic. Mem. Sears Found. Mar. Res., New Haven, 1(5): pp. 205-461, fig. 55-162.

Gregory, W. K. 1933. Fish skulls: a study of the evolution of natural mechanisms. Trans. Am. phil. Soc., 23 (2): i-vii, 75-481, fig. 1-302.

Paralepis brevirostris