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Whitley, G.P., 1940. The fishes of Australia. Part 1. The sharks, rays, devilfish, and other primitive fishes of Australia and New Zealand. Australian zoology handbooks. Mozman, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, 280 p.

Fowler, H.W., 1941. The fishes of the groups Elasmobranchii, Holocephali, Isospondyli, and Ostariophysi obtained by US Bureau of Fishing Steamer ALBATROSS. Bull.U.S.Natl.Mus., 100(13):879 p.

Bigelow, H.B. and W.C. Schroeder, 1957. A study of the sharks of the suborder Squaloidea. Bull.Mus.Comp.Zool.Harv.Univ., 117(1):150 p.

Garrick, J.A.F., 1960b. Studies on New Zealand Elasmobranchii. Part 12. The species of Squalus from New Zealand and Australia, and a general account and key to the New Zealand Squaloidea. Trans.R.Soc.N.Z.,88(3):519-57

Bass, A.J., J.D. D'Aubrey and N. Kistnasamy, 1976. Sharks of the east coast of southern Africa. 6. The families Oxynotidae, Squalidae, Dalatiidae and Echinorhinidae. Invest.Rep.Oceanogr.Res.Inst., Durban, (45): 103 p.

Chen, C., T. Taniuchi and Y. Nose, 1979. Blainville's dogfish, Squalus blainville, from Japan, with notes on S. Mitsukurii and S. japonicus. Jap.J.Ichthyol., 26(1):26-42

Shortspine spurdog (Squalus mitsukurii)