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de la Torre Loranca, M. A., Aguirre-León, G., & Horne, B. D. , Conservation of the central american river turtle, dermatemys mawii, in veracruz, mexico. Paper presented at Turtle Survival Alliance 2006 Annual Meeting.   
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de Souza, F. L., Raizer, J., Moreira da Costa, H. T., & Ibanez Martins, F. (2008). Dispersal of phrynops geoffroanus (chelidae) in an urban river in central brazil. Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 7(2), 257–261.   
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Perez-Higareda, G., & Smith, H. M. (1988). Courtship behavior in rhinoclemmys areolata from western tabasco, mexico (testudines: emydidae). Great Basin Naturalist, 48(2), 263–266.   
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Pearce, R. J. (2005). Turtles from turtle island: An archaeological perspective from iroquoia. Ontario Archaeology, 79 / 80, 88–108.   
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Morjan, C. L. (2003). Nest temperature is not related to egg size in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. Copeia, 2003, in press.   
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Mafalda, A. (2012). Espaços verdes: tartarugas exóticas ameaçam biodiversidade. Parques e Vida Selvagem, 41(outono 2012), 37.   
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Highfield, A. C., & Martin, J. (1989). Testudo graeca linnaeus 1758 & testudo whitei bennett 1836. Tortoise Survival Project.   
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Goode, M. J. (1994). Reproduction in neotropical musk and mud turtles (staurotypus triporcatus, s. salvinii, and kinosternon scorpioides). In J. B. Murphy, K. K. Adler & J. T. Collins (Eds.), Captive Management and Conservation of Amphibians and Reptiles Vol. 11, (pp. 275–296).SSAR Contributions in Herpetology.   
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Bulté, G., & Blouin-Demers, G. (2007). Northern map turtles (graptemys geographica) derive energy from the pelagic pathway through predation on zebra mussels (dreissena polymorpha). Freshwater Biology, OnlineEarly Articles.   
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Batistella, A. M., & Vogt, R. C. (2008). Nesting ecology of podocnemis erythrocephala (testudines, podocnemididae) of the rio negro, amazonas, brazil. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 7(1), 12–20.   
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