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Setna, S.B. and P.N. Sarangdhar, 1946. Selachian fauna of the Bombay waters. Proc.Natl.Inst.Sci.India, 12(5):243-59

Setna, S.B. and P.N. Sarangdhar, 1949b. Studies on the development of some Bombay elasmobranchs. Rec.lndian Mus., 47:203-16

Smith, J.L.B., 1957b. A preliminary survey of the scylliogaleid dogfishes-of South Africa. S.Afr.J.Sci., 53(14):353-9

Fourmanoir, P., 1961. Requins de la cote ouest de Madagascar. Mem.Inst.Sci.Madagascar (Ser.F), 4:1-81

Garrick, J.A.F. and L.P. Schultz, 1963. A guide to the kinds of potentially dangerous sharks. In Sharks and survival, edited by P.W. Gilbert, J.A.F. Garrick and L.P. Schultz. Boston, D.C. Heath and Company, pp.3-60

Gohar, H.A.F. and F.M. Mazhar, 1964. The Elasmobranchs of the north-western Red Sea. Publ.Mar.Biol.Stn. Al- Ghardaga, (13):3-144

Fourmanoir, P. and D.-T. Nhu-Nhung, 1965. Liste complementa ire des poissons mar ins de Nha-Trang. Cah.ORSTOM(Oceanogr.), No. Spec.:114 p.

Compagno, L.J.V., 1970. Systematics of the genus Hemitriakis (Selachii: Carcharhinidae), and related genera. Proc.Calif.Acad.Sci., 33(4):63-98

Compagno, L.J.V., 1979. Carcharhinoid sharks: morphology, systematics and phylogeny. Unpublished Ph. D. Thesis, Stanford University, 932 p. Available from University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Snaggletooth shark (Hemipristis elongatus)