Project 578: R. E. Fordyce, F. G. Marx. 2012. The pygmy right whale Caperea marginata: the last of the cetotheres. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 280:20122645.
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Köhler, R and Fordyce, R.E. 1997. An archaeocete whale (Cetacea: Archaeoceti) from the Eocene Waihao Greensand, New Zealand. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 17, pp. 574-583.
Kasuya, T. 1973. Systematic consideration of recent toothed whales based on the morphology of tympano-periotic bone. Scientific Reports of the Whales Research Institute. Vol. 25, pp. 1-103.
Kellogg, R. 1922. Description of the skull of Megaptera miocaena, a fossil humpback whale from the Miocene diatomaceous earth of Lompoc, California. Proceedings of the United States National Museum. Vol. 61, pp. 1-17.
Kellogg, R. 1925. Two fossil physeteroid whales from California. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication. Vol. 348, pp. 1-34.
Kellogg, R. 1929. A new cetothere from southern California. University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences. Vol. 18, pp. 449-457.
Kellogg, R. 1936. A review of the Archaeoceti. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication. Vol. 482, pp. 1-366.
Kellogg, R. 1968. A new whalebone whale from the Miocene Calvert Formation. United States National Museum Bulletin. Vol. 247, pp. 1-45.
Kellogg, R. 1968. Miocene Calvert mysticetes described by Cope. United States National Museum Bulletin. Vol. 247, pp. 103-132.
Kellogg, R. 1968. A hitherto unrecognized Calvert cetothere. United States National Museum Bulletin. Vol. 247, pp. 133-161.