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Maul, G.E., 1955. Five species of rare sharks new for Madeira including two new to science. Notul.Nat.Acad.Nat.Sci. Philad., (279):13 p.

Tortonese, E., 1956. Fauna d'ltalia. Leptocardia, Ciclostomata, Selachii. Bologna, Calderini, Vol. 2:334 p.

Daugherty, A.E., 1964. The sandshark, Carcharias ferox (Risso), in California. Calif.Fish Game, 50(1):410

Abe, T. et al., 1968. Notes on some members of Ostedonti (Class Chondrichthyes). 1. Bull.Tokai Reg.Fish.Res.Lab.,(56):1-6

Garrick, J.A.F., 1974. First record of an odontaspidid shark in New Zealand waters. N.Z.J.Mar.Freshwat.Res., 8(4): 621-30

Bass, A.J., J.D. D'Aubrey and N. Kistnasamy, 1975b. Sharks of the east coast of southern Africa. 4. The families Odontaspididae, Scapanorhyn chidae, Isuridae, Cetorhinidae, Alopiidae, Orectolobidae and Rhiniodontidae. Invest.Rep.Oceanoar. Res.Inst., Durban, (39):102 p.

Taniuchi, T. and F. Yanagisawa, 1983. Occurrence of the prickly shark, Echinorhinus cookei, at Kumanonada, Japan. Jap.J.Ichthyol., 29(4):465-8

Smalltooth sand tiger (Odontaspis ferox)