Report on the present state of the ichthyology of New Zealand. Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 12th meeting : 12–30
List of the specimens of fish in the collection of the British Museum. Part I. Chondropterygii. British Museum (Natural History), London, 160 pp
Catalogue of the fishes in the British Museum. London, British Museum (Natural History). Vol. 8: 549 p.
Fishes of New Zealand. Catalogue with diagnoses of the species [Followed by an article by J. Hector, Notes on the edible fishes, pp. 95-133] Colonial Museum and Geological Survey Department. Wellington. Fishes of New Zealand. Catalogue with diagnoses of the species.: 1–93 + 95–133, Pls. 1–12. [Plates used for both articles; new taxa by Hutton.]
On the Venous System of the Skate (Raja nasuta). Transactions New Zealand Institute, 13: 413–418, Pl. 15
Notes on Sea-fishes. Transactions New Zealand Institute, 24: 202–215
Pisces. Part I. In: Scientific results of the New Zealand government trawling expedition, 1907. Records of the Canterbury Museum, 1 (2): 131–155, Pls. 13–23
The Plagiostomia (Sharks, Skates and Rays). Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, 36: 528 p., 77 pl.
A checklist of the fishes recorded from Australia. Part I. Australian Museum Memoir, 5 (1): 1–144
The fishes of Australia. Part 1. The sharks, rays, devil fishes and other primitive fishes of Australia and New Zealand. Sydney: Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, 230 pp.
Contributions to the biology of the Philippine archipelago and adjacent regions. The fishes of the groups Elasmocephalii, Holocephali, Isospondyli, and Ostariophysi obtained by the United States Fisheries Steamer "Albatross" in 1907 to 1910, chiefly in the Philippine islands and adjacent seas. Bulletin of the United States National Museum, 100: i–x, 1–879, figs 1–30
Ichthyological descriptions and notes. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 68: 114–144
A Comparative Account of the Vascular System of Certain Rajiform Fishes. Transactions New Zealand Institute, 74: 343–358
Some new cestodes from New Zealand marine fishes. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 86: 381–392
Tetraphyllidean and diphyllidean cestodes of New Zealand selachians. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 3: 117–142
The genus Acanthobothrium van Beneden, 1849 (Cestoda: Tetraphyllidea). Journal of Parasitology, 53 (3): 455–483
A check-list of the fishes recorded from the New Zealand region. Australian Zoologist, 15 (1): 1–102
The genus Acanthobothrium Beneden 1849 (Cestoda: Tetraphyllidea). Nytt Magasin for Zoologi 17: 1–56
The taxonomy of New Zealand Skates (Suborder Rajoidea), with descriptions of three new species. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 4 (3): 345–377
Composition and ultrastructure of elasmobranch granulocytes. II. Rays (Rajiformes). Journal of Fish Biology, 30 (5): 557–565
First records of demersal fishes from the North Cape ‐ three kings area of New Zealand, with a record of a prespawning aggregation of ling, Genypterus blacodes. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 21 (1): 157–161
Coronary vascular reactivity in the skate, Raja nasuta. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology – Part C, Comparative Pharmacology, 99 (3): 555–560
The absence of coronary arterial lesions in five species of elasmobranchs, Raja nasuta, Squalus acanthias L., Isurus oxyrinchus Rafinesque, Prionace glauca (L.) and Lamna nasus (Bonnaterre). Journal of Fish Diseases, 15 (6): 537–540
Survey of the variation of alar and malar thorns in skates: phylogenetic implications (Chondrichthyes: Rajoidei). Journal of Morphology, 228 (2): 165–178
A summary of biology and commercial landings and a stock assessment of rough and smooth skates (Raja nasuta and R. innominata). New Zealand Fisheries Assessment Research Document 97/5. 27pp.
Classification of the recent Elasmobranchii. Copyright Brian Mould 1997
New Zealand shark fisheries: development, size and management. Marine and Freshwater Research, 49 (7): 579–591
A revision of the Merizocotylinae Johnston and Tiegs, 1922 (Monogenea: Monocotylidae) with descriptions of the new species of Empruthotrema Johnston and Tiegs, 1922 and Merizocotyle Cerfontaine, 1894. Journal of Natural History, 33 (1): 1–28
New Zealand shark fishery management. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper, 378/2: 42 pp
Age, growth, and sexual maturity of two New Zealand endemic skates, Dipturus nasutus and D. innominatus. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 35: 831–842
The genus Acanthobothrium (Cestoda : Tetraphyllidea : Onchobothriidae) parasitic in Australian elasmobranch fishes. Invertebrate Systematics, 16 (2): 237 – 344
The Conservation Status of Australasian Chondrichthyans. Report of the IUCN Shark Specialist Group Australia and Oceania Regional Red List Workshop. The University of Queensland, School of Biomedical Sciences, Brisbane, Australia
Zearaja nasutus In: IUCN 2012. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>
The Trypanorhyncha Diesing, 1863. PKSPL–IPB Press ISBN 979–9336–39–2
Checklist of living Chondrichthyes. In: Hamlett, W.C. (ed.) Reproductive biology and phylogeny of chondrichthyes: sharks, rays and chimaeras, Vol. 3. Endfield, USA: Science Publishers: 503–548
Fatty acid transport in cartilaginous ﬁsh: absence of albumin and possibleutilization of lipoproteins: Fish Physiology and Biochemistry, 31 (1): 55–64
Tapeworms of elasmobranchs (Part II). A monograph on the Diphyllidea (Platyhelminthes, Cestoda). Bulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum 20: 1–142
Hemoflagellates of oregon marine fishes with the description of new species of Trypanosoma and Trypanoplasma. Journal of Parasitology, 93 (6): 1442–1451
Review of research and monitoring studies on New Zealand sharks, skates, rays and chimaeras, 2008-2012. New Zealand Aquatic Environment and Biodiversity Report, 102: 70 p.
The Comparative Morphology of Skate Egg Capsules (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii: Rajiformes). Bulletin of the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum. Natural Science, 41: 9–25
Development of a FINS- based method for the identification of skates species of commercial interest. Food Control, 24 (1–2): 38–43
A DNA sequence based approach to the identification of shark and ray species and its implications for global elasmobranch diversity and parasitology. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 367: 262 pp., 102 figures, 5 tables
Phylogenetic analysis and reconfiguration of genera in the cestode order Diphyllidea. International Journal for Parasitology, 43 (8): 621–639
Review of shark meat markets, discard mortality and pelagic shark data availability, and a proposal for a shark indicator analysis. New Zealand Fisheries Assessment Report, 2013/65: 74 p.
New Zealand inshore finfish and shellfish commercial landings, 1931-82. New Zealand Fisheries Assessment Report, 2013/55: 136 p.
Family Rajidae, Hardnose skates In: The Fishes of New Zealand, (ed) Clive D Roberts, Andrew L Stewart, Carl D Struthers, vol. 2, Systematic Accounts: 176–179
Skates, Family Rajidae. In: Last, P.R., White, W.T., Carvalho, M.R. de, Séret, B., Stehmann, M.F.W & Naylor, G.J.P (Eds.) Rays of the World. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne: 204–363
Changes to the nomenclature of the skates (Chondrichthyes: Rajiformes). In Rays of the World: Supplementary information (Last, P. R. & Yearsley, G. K., eds), CSIRO Special Publication: 11–34
Annotated checklist of the living sharks, batoids and chimaeras (Chondrichthyes) of the world, with a focus on biogeographical diversity. Journal of Fish Biology, 88 (3): 837–1037