Zebra Shark Bibliography

Anderson, R.C. 1992. Divers’ Guide to the Sharks of the Maldives. Novelty Printers and Publishers, Male’. 64 pp.

Baranes, Albert, and Adam Ben-Tuvia. 1978. On Sharks, Skates and Rays in the Gulf of Elat. Israel - Land and Nature, 4(1): 20-28.

Bass, A.J., J.D. D’Aubrey, and N. Kistnasamy. 1975. Sharks of the East Coast of Southern Africa. IV. The Families Odontaspididae, Scapanorhynchidae, Isuridae, Cetorhinidae, Alopiidae, Orectolobidaeand Rhiniodontidae. Oceanographic Research Institute, Investigational Report No. 39. Durban. 102 pp.

Coleman, Neville. 1992. Australia’s Sharks & Rays. National Book Distributors and Publishers, Frenchs Forest. p 35.

Faulkner, Douglas. 1975. The Passes. Sea Front., 21(1) [January-February 1975]: 29-37.

Gohar, H.A.F., and F.M. Mazhar. 1964. The Elasmobranchs of the North-Western Red Sea. Publ. Mar. Biol. Stn. Ghardaqa, 13: 12-14.

Grant, E.M. 1975. Guide to Fishes. Queensland Government, Brisbane. pp 36-37.

Krishna Pillai, S., and C. Kasinathan. 1985. Note on an Oviparous Zebra Shark Stegostoma fasciatum (Herman) Landed at Mandapam. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. India, 27(1-2): 195-197.

Myers, Robert F. 1999. Micronesian Reef Fishes, 3rd Edition. Coral Graphics, Barrigada. pp 32-33.

Nakaya, Kazuhiro. 1973. An Albino Zebra Shark Stegostoma fasciatum from the Indian Ocean, with Comments on Albinism in Elasmobranchs. Jap. J. Ichthyol., 20(2): 120-122.

Randall, John E., Gerald R. Allen and Roger C. Steene. 1997. Fishes of the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea, 2nd Edition. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu. p 15.

Stafford-Deitsch, Jeremy. 1999. Red Sea Sharks. Trident Press, London. 96 pp.

Stead, David G. 1963. Sharks and Rays of Australian Seas. Angus & Robertson, Sydney. pp 31-32.

Van Der Elst, Rudy. 1988. A Guide to the Common Sea Fishes of Southern Africa. Struik Publishers, Capetown. p 63.

Wallet, Tim. 1983. Shark Attack and Treatment of Victims in Southern African Waters. C. Struik Publishers, Capetown. pp 120-121.

Whitley, Gilbert P. 1940. The Fishes of Australia. Part 1a: the Sharks, Rays, Devil-Fish, and other Primitive Fishes of Australia and New Zealand. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Sydney. 280 pp.


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