NEWBERRY, J.S. (1875)
Description of fossil fishes. Report of the Geological Survey of Ohio, 2 (2): 1–64
DE KONINCK, L.G. (1878)
Faune du calcaire carbonifère de la Belgique. Première partie, poissons et genre nautile. Annales de Musée royal d'histoire naturelle de Belgique, 2: 9–76
DEMANET, F. (1941)
Faune et stratigraphie de l'étage namurien de la Belgique. Mémoires du Musée royal d'histoire naturelle de Belgique, 97: 327pp, 18 pl.
CASE, G.R. (1975)
L'evoluzione del pescecane. 1a Parte Notizario del Gruppo Mineralogico Florentino (Florence, Italy), 2 (3): 20–22
SCHULTZE, H.-P. & STEWART, J.D. & NEUNER, A.M. & COLDIRON, R.W. (1982)
Type and figured specimens of fossil vertebrates in the collection of the University of Kansas Museum of Natural History. Part I. Fossil Fishes. University of Kansas, Museum of Natural History, Miscellaneous Publication, 73: 1–53
LUND, R. (1990)
Chondrichthyan life history styles as revealed by the 320 million years old Mississippian of Montana. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 27 (1): 1–19
DOI: 10.1007/BF00004900
CICIMURRI, D.J. & FAHRENBACH, M.D. (2002)
Chondrichthyes from the upper part of the Minnelusa Formation (Middle Pennsylvanian: Desmoinesian), Meade County, South Dakota. Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science, 81: 81–92
HAMM, S.A. & CICIMURRI, D.J. (2005)
Middle Pennsylvanian (Desmoinesian) Chondrichthyans from the Lake Neosho Shale Member of the Altamont Limestone in Montgomery County, Kansas. Paludicola, 5 (2): 65–76
MUTTER, R.J. & NEUMAN, A.G. (2006)
An enigmatic chondrichthyan with Paleozoic affinities from the Lower Triassic of western Canada. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 51 (2): 271–282
MARTILL, D.M. & DEL STROTHER, P.J.A. & GALLIEN, F. (2014)
Acanthorhachis, a new genus of shark from the Carboniferous (Westphalian) of Yorkshire, England. Geological Magazine, 151 (3): 517–533
DOI: 10.1017/S0016756813000447
MAY, W.J. (2015)
Chondrichthyans of the Excello Shale (Middle Pennsylvanian) of Rogers County, Oklahoma. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 118 (1–2): 68–74
DOI: 10.1660/062.118.0108