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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Tarasenko, K. K. and Lopatin, A. V. 2012. New baleen whale genera (Cetacea, Mammalia) from the Miocene of the Northern Caucasus and Ciscaucasia: 1. Kurdalagonus gen. nov. from the middle–late Sarmatian of Adygea. Paleontological Journal. Vol. 46, pp. 531-542.
Trevisan, L. 1941. Una nuova specie di Balaenula pliocenica. Palaeontographia Italica. Vol. 40, pp. 1-13.
True, F. 1904. The whalebone whales of the western North Atlantic. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. Vol. 33, pp. 1-332.
Tsai, C.-H. and Fordyce, R.E. 2015. The earliest gulp-feeding mysticete (Cetacea: Mysticeti) from the Oligocene of New Zealand. Journal of Mammalian Evolution. Vol. 22, pp. 535-560.
Tsai, C.-H. and Fordyce, R.E. 2016. Archaic baleen whale from the Kokoamu Greensand: earbones distinguish a new late Oligocene mysticete (Cetacea: Mysticeti) from New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. Vol. 46, pp. 117-138.