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Beebe, W. and J. Tee-Van, 1941. Eastern Pacific expeditions of the New York Zoological Society. 25. Fishes from the tropical eastern Pacific. Part 2. Sharks. Zoologica, N.Y., 26(2):93-122

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, 1948. Sharks. Mem.Sears Found.Mar.Res., (1):53-576

Gudger, E.W., 1949. Natural History notes on tiger sharks, Galeocerdo tigrinus, caught at Key West, Florida, with emphasis on food and feeding habits. Copeia, 1949:39-47

Baughman, J.L., and S. Springer, 1950. Biological and economic notes on the sharks of the Gulf of Mexico, with especial reference to those of Texas, and with a key for their identification. Am.Midl.Nat., 44(1):96-152

Kauffman, D.E., 1950. Notes on the biology of the tiger shark (Galeocerdo arcticus) from Philippine waters. Res.Rep.U.S.Fish Wildl.Serv., (16):10 p.

Cadenat, J., 1957. Notes d'ichtyologie ouest-africaine. 17. Biologie, régime alimentaire. Bull.Inst.Fond.Afr. Noire (A.Sci.Nat.), 19(1):274-94

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

Randall, J.E., 1963. Dangerous sharks of the western Atlantic. In Sharks and survival, edited by P.W. Gilbert, J.A.F. Garrick and L.P. Schultz. Boston, D.C. Heath and Co., pp. 339-61

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

Springer, S., 1960. Natural history of the sandbar shark, Eulamia milberti. Fish.Bull.U.S.Fish Wildl.Serv., 61:1-38

Springer, S., 1963. Field observations on large sharks of the Florida-Caribbean region. In Sharks and survival, edited by P.W. Gilbert, J.A.F. Garrick and L.P. Schultz. Boston, C. Heath and Co., pp.93-113

Clark, E. and K. von Schmidt, 1965. Sharks of the central gulf coast of Florida. Bull.Mar.Sci., 15(1):13-83

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.

Johnson, R.H., 1978. Sharks of tropical and temperate seas. Papeete, Tahiti, Les Editions du Pacifique, 170 p.

Compagno, L.J.V. and R. Vergara R., Triakidae. 1978. In FAO species identification sheets for fishery purposes. Western Central Atlantic. Fishing Area 31, edited by W. Fischer. FAO, Rome, Vol. 5:pag.var.

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

Compagno, L.J.V., 1981. Legend versus reality: the jaws image and shark diversity. Oceanus, 24(4):5-16

Cadenat, J. and J. Blache, 1981. Requins de Mediterranee et d'Atlantique. Faune Trop.ORSTOM, 21:330 p.

Van der Elst, R., 1981. A guide to the common sea fishes of Southern Africa. Capetown, C. Struik, 367 p.

Tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier)