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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.

Setna, S.B. and P.N. Sarangdhar, 1949. Breeding habits of Bombay elasmobranchs. Rec.Indian Mus., 47(1):107-24

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

Garrick, J.A.F., 1967. Revision of sharks of genus Isurus with description of a new species (Galeoidea, Lamnidae).Proc.U.S.Natl.Mus., 118(3337):663-90

Garrick, J.A.F., 1982. Sharks of the genus Carcharhinus. NOAA Tech.Rep.NMFS Circ., (445):194 p.

Bass, A.J., J.D. D'Aubrey and N. Kistnasamy, 1973. Sharks of the east coast of southern Africa. 1. The genus Carcharhinus (Carcharhinidae). Invest.Rep.Oceanogr.Res.Inst., Durban, (33):168 p.

Spot-tail shark (Carcharhinus sorrah)