Project 2044: Fordyce, R.E., Marx, F.G. 2018. Gigantism precedes filter feeding in baleen whale evolution. Current Biology. 28:1670-1676.e2.
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Oishi, Masayuki Hasegawa, Yoshikazu. 1995. Diversity of Pliocene mysticetes from eastern Japan. The Island Arc. Vol. 3, pp. 436-452.
Okazaki, Y. 2012. A new mysticete from the Oligocene Ashiya Group, Kyushu, Japan and its significance to mysticete evolution. Bulletin of the Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History and Human History, Ser. A (Natural History). Vol. 10, pp. 129-152.
Omura, H. 1964. A systematic study of the hyoid bones in the baleen whales. Scientific Reports of the Whales Research Institute. Vol. 18, pp. 149-170.
Omura, H. 1975. Osteological study of the minke whale from the Antarctic. Scientific Reports of the Whales Research Institute. Vol. 27, pp. 1-36.
Omura, H., Nishiwaki, M., Ichihara, T. and Kasuya, T. 1962. Osteological note of a sperm whale. Scientific Reports of the Whales Research Institute. Vol. 16, pp. 35-45.
Otsuka, H. and Ota, Y. 2008. Cetotheres from the early middle Miocene Bihoku Group in Shobara District, Hiroshima Prefecture, West Japan. Miscellaneous Reports of the Hiwa Museum for Natural History. Vol. 49, pp. 1-66.