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16617. (2003). Akinesis and plastral scute homologies in sternotherus (testudines: kinosternidae). Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 4(3), 671–674.   
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16617. (1989). The alligator snapping turtle. biology and conservation. Milwaukee Publ. Mus. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.   
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16617. (1994). Comments on chinemys palaeannamitica and certain other chelonian taxa based upon material from archaeological sites. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 1 (2), 131–137.   
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Tucker, J. K., & Paukstis, G. L. (2000). Experimental analysis of an early life-history stage: avian predation selects for larger body size of hatchling turtles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 13(6), 947–954.   
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Tucker, J. K., & Paukstis, G. L. (2007). Experimental analysis of an early life-history stage: direct or indirect selection on body size of hatchling turtles? Functional Ecology, 21(1), 162–170.   
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Tucker, J. K., & Paukstis, G. L. (2000). Experimental analysis of an early life-history stage: selection on size of hatchling turtles. Ecology.   
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Guidelines for bog turtle surveys. (2006). US Fish and Wildlife Service.   
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16735. (1992). Heritable variation for sex ratio under environmental sex determination in the common snapping turtle, chelydra serpentina. Genetics, 131, 155–161.   
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16735. (1993). The influence of incubation temperature and family on eggs, embryos, and hatchlings of the smooth softshell turtle (apalone mutica). Physiological zoology, 66 (3), 349–373.   
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Ast, J. C., & Paukstis, G. L. (1995). Influence of the hydric environment and clutch on eggs and embryos of two sympatric map turtles. Functional Ecology, 9, 913–922.   
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16617. (1967). Living turtles of the world. T.F.H. Publications,Jersey City, N.J.   
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Packard, G. C., Packard, M. J., Boardman, T. J., & ZumBrunnen, J. R. (1990). Mobilization of lipid and protein by embryonic snapping turtles in wet and dry environments. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 255, 155–162.   
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Hoover, S. L., & Shaffer, H. B. (1997). Molecular phylogeography of the western pond turtle (clemmys marmorata): preliminary results. Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 2(4), 623–626.   
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16617. (1971). Numerical reduction of bony plastral elements in the kinosternid turtle claudius angustatus. Copeia, 1971(1), 151–152.   
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Warner, D. A. (2009). Parent–offspring conflict and selection on egg size in turtles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22, 2222–2230.   
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Morjan, C. L. (2001). Repeatability of microenvironment-specific nesting behaviour in a turtle with environmental sex determination. Animal Behaviour, 62(1), 73–82.   
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Some common ailments in tortoises. (1989). Britisch Chelonia Group.   
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The the texas tortoise, a protected species. (1987). Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.   
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Trebbau, P. (1984). The turtles of venezuela. Ohio: Society for the Study of Amphibians & Reptiles.   
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Wilson, M. E., Tucker, J. K., & Ford, S. P. (1994). Vegetational cover predicts the sex ratio of hatchling turtles in natural nests. Ecology, 75, 1593–1599.   
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