Reference List
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Sharks, Rays, & Skates
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Reference 1.  Dougal Dixon, Berry Cox, R. J. G. Savage, Brian Gardiner 1988 Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals Macmillan Illustrated Encyclopedia
Reference 2.  William Gallagher 1986 The Mosasaur III The Journal of the Delaware Valley Paleontological Socity
Reference 3.  William Gallagher 1997 When Dinosaurs Roamed New Jersey Rutgers University Press p.72
Reference 4.  Horace Richards 1958 The Cretaceous Fossils of New Jersey (Part 1) Bureau of Geology and Topography
Reference 5.  Horace Richards 1962 The Cretaceous Fossils of New Jersey (Part2) Bureau of Geology and Topography
Reference 6.  Bretton W. Kent 1987 Fossil Sharks of the Chesapeak Bay Region Egan Rees & Boyer Inc.
Reference 7.  Edward M. Lauginiger, Eugene F. Heartstein 1983 A Guide to Fossil Sharks, Skates, and Rays from the Cheasapeake and Delaware Canal Area, Delaware Delaware Geological Survey
Reference 8.  Bruce J. Welton PhD,  Roger F. Farish 1993 The Collectors's Guide to Fossil Sharks and Rays from the Cretaceous of Texas Before Time
Reference 9.  Peter M. Kranz 1989 Dinosaurs in Maryland Maryland Geological Survey
Upper Cretaceous Formations