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Citations Used for the CZ Checklist

Note: Many of these citations refer to other published writings. I follow the standard citation practice of citing only those articles and journals which I have actually seen. [Citing what you haven't seen is poor scientific practice, and leads to false citation trails.]

Anon. 1978 (or prior to). Folklore Series No. 11. Lebanon, OH: The Warren County Historical Society.

Arment, Chad, ed. 2006. Cryptozoology and the Investigation of Lesser-Known Mystery Animals. Landisville, PA: Coachwhip Publications.

Bauer, A.M., and A.P. Russell. 1988. Osteological evidence for the prior occurrence of a giant gecko in Otago, New Zealand. Cryptozoology 7: 22-37.

Bille, M.A. 1995. Rumors of existence. Blaine, WA: Hancock House.

Bille, M.A. 1995b. From the archives. Cryptozoology Newsletter 2(1): 6.

Childress, D.H. 1994. Living pterodactyls. World Explorer 1(4): 36-51

Coleman, L. 1983. Mysterious America. Boston: Faber & Faber.

Coleman, L. 1988. Cryptozoo News. Strange Magazine (3): 35-36.

Coleman, L. 1989. Tom Slick and the search for the yeti. Boston: Faber & Faber.

Coleman, L. 1994. Cryptozoo News. Strange Magazine (14): 32-34.

Coleman, L. 1996. On the trail. Fortean Times (87): 42.

Douglas, A.M. 1990. The thylacine: a case for current existence on mainland Australia. Cryptozoology 9: 13-25.

Eberhart, George M. 2002. Mysterious Creatures: A Guide to Cryptozoology. 2 volumes. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Forés, Angel Morant. 1999+. An investigation into some unidentified Ecuadorian mammals.

Groves, C.P. 1985. The case of the pygmy gorilla: a cautionary tale for cryptozoology. Cryptozoology 4: 37-44.

Hall, M.A. 1988. Thunderbirds! The living legend of giant birds. Bloomington, MI: Mark A. Hall.

Hall, M.A. 1991. Natural mysteries: monster lizards, English dragons, and other puzzling animals. Second edition. Bloomington, MI: Mark A. Hall.

Hall, M.A. 1992a. Pinky: America's living dinosaur. Wonders 1(4): 51-59.

Hall, M.A. 1992b. Sobering sights of pink unknowns. Wonders 1(4): 60-64.

Hall, M.A. 1993. Mysteries in southeast Asia. Wonders 2(3): 49-56.

Hall, M.A. 1995. More giant snakes alive! Wonders 4(3): 80-89.

Heuvelmans, B. 1986. Annotated checklist of apparently unknown animals with which cryptozoology is concerned. Cryptozoology 5: 1-26.

Heuvelmans, B. 1996. Lingering Pterodactyls, Part 2. Strange Magazine (17): 18-21, 56-57.

Hocking, P.J. 1992. Large Peruvian mammals unknown to zoology. Cryptozoology 11: 28-50.

Hocking, P.J. 1993-1996. Further investigations into unknown Peruvian mammals. Cryptozoology 12: 50-57.

Mackal, R.P. 1987. A living dinosaur? In search of Mokele-Mbembe. NY: E.J. Brill.

Mitchell, S.L. 1994. The lizard of Eakin Park. Phoenix Newsletter 1(2): 7-8.

O'Shea, M. 1996. A guide to the snakes of Papua New Guinea. Port Moresby, PNG: Independant Publishing.

Raynal, M. 1987. Does the Steller's sea cow still survive? INFO Journal 11(3): 15-19.

Raynal, M. 1994. Do two-finned cetaceans really exist? INFO Journal #70: 7-13.

Raynal, M. 1995. The mysterious bird of Hiva-Oa. INFO Journal #73: 17-21.

Roesch, B. 1996. "The Thing": A cryptic polychaete of St. Lucia. The Cryptozoology Review 1(1): 12-19.

Roesch, B. 1997. A review of alleged sea serpent carcasses worldwide (Part One--1648-1880) The Cryptozoology Review 2(2): 6-27.

Sehm, G.G. 1993-1996. On a possible unknown species of giant devil ray, Manta sp. Cryptozoology 12: 19-29.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1989. Mystery cats of the world. London: Robert Hale.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1991. Extraordinary animals worldwide. London: Robert Hale.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1992. Hoofed mystery animals: a collection of crypto-ungulates, Part. 1. Strange Magazine (9): 19-21, 56-57.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1995. Menagerie of mystery. Strange Magazine (16): 28-33, 48-49.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1995b. In search of prehistoric survivors. London: Blandford.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1996. Menagerie of mystery. Strange Magazine (17): 22-27.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1997. From flying toads to snakes with wings. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1998. Menagerie of mystery. Strange Magazine (19): 20-25, 54-55.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1998b. Lost Ark: A scaly tale from Rintja. Fortean Times (116): 45.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1998c. The secret animals of Senegambia. Fate (Nov.): 46-50.

Shuker, K.P.N. 1998d. A supplement to Dr. Bernard Heuvelmans' checklist of cryptozoological animals. Fortean Studies 5: 208-229.

Shuker, K.P.N. 2000a. Catch a kilopilopitsofy! Fortean Times (131): 48.

Shuker, K.P.N. 2000b. Close Encounters of the Cryptozoological Kind. Fate (May): 26-29.

Stonehill, P. 1994. Giant serpents of the Russian Far East. Strange Magazine (13): 29.

Wallach, V., and G.S. Jones. 1992. Cryptophidion annamense, a new genus and species of cryptozoic snake from Vietnam (Reptilia: Serpentes). Cryptozoology 11: 1-37.

Ward, J. 1993. The mountain boomer. Far Out 1(4): 45-46.

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