PURDY, R.W. & SCHNEIDER, V.P. & APPLEGATE, S.P. & MCLELLAN, J.H. & MEYER, R.L. & SLAUGHTER, R. (2001)
The Neogene sharks, rays, and bony fishes from Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, North Carolina. In: Geology and paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina, III, Clayton E. RAY & David J. BOHASKA. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, 90: 71–202, 84fig., 1 tabl.
APPLEGATE, S.P. (2001)
The Origin of the Lamniform Sharks - a Study in Morphology and Paleontology of Recent and fossil genera. American Elasmobranch Society 2001, Annual Meeting, Abstracts: 1; StateCollege, Pennsylvaina (U.S.A.)
SOUR-TOVAR, F. & QUIROZ-BARROSO, S.A. & APPLEGATE, S.P. (2000)
Presence of Helicoprion in the Permian Patlanoaya Formation, Puebla, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology, 74 (2): 363–366
DOI: 10.1666/0022-3360(2000)074<0363:POHCEI>2.0.CO;2
FERRUSQUIA-VILLAFRANCA, I. & APPLEGATE, S.P. & ESPINOSA-ARRUBARRENA, L. (2000)
First Paleogene Selachifauna of the Middle American-Caribbean-Antillean Region, La Mesa de Copoya, West-Central Chiapas - Geologic Setting. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas, 17 (1): 1–23
APPLEGATE, S.P. (2000)
The Carcharocles, Carcharodon question. Abstract. American Elasmobranch Society 16th Annual Meeting, 14–20 June 2000, La Paz, Mexico
FERRUSQUIA-VILLAFRANCA, I. & APPLEGATE, S.P. & ESPINOSA-ARRUBARRENA, L. (1999)
First Paleogene Selachifauna of the Middle American-Caribbean-Antillean Region, La Mesa de Copoya, West-Central Chiapas, Mexico - Systematics and Paleontological Significance. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas, 16 (2): 155–174
APPLEGATE, S.P. & ESPINOSA-ARRUBARRENA, L. (1996)
The Fossil History of Carcharodon and Its Possible Ancestor, Cretolamna A Study in Tooth Identification. In: Klimley, A.P. & Ainley, D. (Eds.) Great White Sharks. The biology of Carcharodon carcharias: 19–36
APPLEGATE, S.P. & SOLTELO-MACIAS, F. & ESPINOSA-ARRUBARRENA, L. (1993)
An overview of Mexican shark fisheries, with suggestions for shark conservation in Mexico. In: Conservation Biology of Elasmobranchs. Ed. by S. Branstetter. NOAA Technical Report NMFS, 115: 31–38
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1992)
The case for dignathic heterodonty in fossil specimens of the tiger shark genus Galeocerdo. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 12 (Supplement to Number 3): 16A
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1986)
The El Cien Formation, Strata of Oligocene and early Miocene Age in Baja California Sur. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Instituto de Geologia, Revista, 6 (2): 145–162
ABE, T. & APPLEGATE, S.P. & TODA, J. & KAKIZAWA, Y. & FUKUI, K. & FUJII, H. & SIMMA, H. (1981)
Deep-sea sharks and squalene 1. Notes on the basking shark and ragged-tooth shark. In: proceedings of the biology of very deep waters of the Pacific Ocean (Biologiya bol’shikh glubin Tikhogo okeana), Vladivostok, DVNTs AN USSR, pp50–53
APPLEGATE, S.P. & ESPINOSA-ARRUBARRENA, L. & MENCHACA, L.B.L. & SOTELO, F.M. (1979)
Tiburones mexicanos. Subsecretaría de Educación e Investigación Tecnológica, Dir. Gen. Cienc. Tec. de Mar, S.E.P. Primera edición. México, D.F., 147 p.
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1978)
Phyletic studies. Part. I. Tiger sharks. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Instituto de Geologia, Revista, 2 (1): 55–64
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1977)
A new record-size bonito shark, Isurus oxyrinchus Rafinesque, from Southern California. California Fish and Game, 63 (2): 126–129
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1972)
A revision of the higher taxa of Orectoloboids. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of India, 14 (2): 743–751, 2 pls
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1970)
The vertebrate fauna of the Selma Formation of Alabama. Part VIII. The fishes. Fieldiana Geology, Mem., 3 (8): 1–72
APPLEGATE, S.P. & UYENO, T. (1968)
The first discovery of a fossil tooth belonging to the shark genus Heptranchias, with a new Pristiophorus spine, both from the Oligocene of Japan. Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Ser. C (Geol. & Paleont.), 11 (2): 195–200, 1 fig., pl. 1.
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1968)
A large Sand shark of the genus Odontaspis from Oregon. The Ore Bin, 30 (2): 32–36, 3 figs.
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1967)
A survey of shark hard parts. In: Gilbert, P.W. & Mathewson, R.F. & Rall, D.P. (eds.). Sharks, skates and rays. John Hopkins Press, Baltimore: 37–67
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1966)
A possible record-size bonito shark, Isurus oxyrinchus from southern Californian waters. California Fish and Game, 52 (3): 204–207, fig
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1965)
Tooth terminology and variation in sharks with special reference to the sand shark, Carcharias taurus Rafinesque. Contributions in Science, Los Angeles County Museum, 86: 18 pp
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1965)
A confirmation of the validity of Notorhynchus pectinatus; the second record of this Upper Cretaceous Cowshark. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, 64 (3): 122–126
APPLEGATE, S.P. & FITCH, J.E. (1964)
A new species of eagle ray, Myliobatis longirostris, from Baja California, Mexico. California Fish and Game, 50 (3): 189–194
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1964)
First record of the extinct shark, Squalicorax falcatus, from California. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, 63 (1): 42–43
APPLEGATE, S.P. (1964)
A shark tail from the Miocene of Palos Verdes Hills, California. Bulletin of the Southern Academy of Science, 63 (4): 181–184, 2 figs.