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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.

Smith, B.G., 1942. The Heterodontid sharks: their natural history and the external development of Heterodontus japonicus based on notes and drawings by Bashford Dean. In Bashford Dean memorial volume,archaic fishes. New York, American Museum of Natural History, pp 649-770

McLaughlin, R.H. and A.K. O'Gower, 1970. Underwater tagging of the Port Jackson shark, Heterodontus portusjacksoni (Meyer). Bull.Inst.Oceanogr.Monaco, 69(1410):1-11

McLaughlin, R.H. and A.K. O'Gower, 1971. Life history and underwater studies of a heterodont shark. Ecol.Monour.,41(4):271-89

Taylor, L.R., Jr., 1972. Apristurus kampae, a new species of Scyliorhinid shark from the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Copeia, 1972(1):71-8

Reif, W.-E., 1973. Revision of Heterodontus bonae-spei Ogilby (Pisces:Selachii). Copeia, 1973(1):165-7

O'Gower, A.K. and A.R. Nash, 1978. Dispersion of the Port Jackson shark in Australian waters. In Sensory biology of sharks, skates and rays, edited by E.S. Hodgson and R.F. Mathewson. Arlington, U.S. Department of Navy, Office of Naval Research, pp. 529-44

Port Jackson shark (Heterodontus portusjacksoni)