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Allanson, M., & Georges, A. (1999). Diet of elseya purvisi and elseya georgesi (testudines: chelidae) a sibling pair of freshwater turtles from eastern australia. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 3(3), 473–477.   
Last edited by: Beate Pfau 28 Dec 2009 17:47:45 UTC Pop. 4.25%
de Barros Molina, F., Machado, F. A., & Zaher, H. (2012). Taxonomic validity of mesoclemmys heliostemma (mccord, joseph-ouni & lamar, 2001) (testudines, chelidae) inferred from morphological analysis. Zootaxa, 3575, 63–77.   
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Carla, R. C., Setz, E. Z. F., & Gobbi, N. (2001). Jaguar (panthera onca) food habits in atlantic rain forest of southeastern brazil. Biotropica, 33(4), 691–696.   
Added by: Sarina Wunderlich 18 Nov 2012 17:43:12 UTC Pop. 3%
Cheung, S. M., & Dudgeon, D. (2006). Quantifying the asian turtle crisis: Market surveys in southern china, 2000-2003. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 16(7), 751–770.   
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Christensen, R. H. (1975). Breeding central american wood turtles. Chelonia, 2(2), 8–10.   
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Duda, P. L., & Gupta, V. K. (1980). A shelled egg in the cloacal bursa of a turtle kachuga tectum tectum. Herpetological Review, 11(1), 4–5.   
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Farkas, B. (1999). Wat prayunrawongsawat. Emys, 6(3), 27–29.   
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Harvan, M. (2012). Indotestudo forstenii e indotestudo travancoria. Testudo magazine, 7(22), 14–19.   
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Jayawardene, J. (1974). The starred tortoise (testudo elegans). Loris, 13(3), 136–137.   
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Langula, J. (1993). (schildkrötenhaltung im freiland). SIGS-Info, 1993(Dezember), 3–4 (Vortra.   
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de Leuw, K. (2004). Leserbriefe: schildkröteninsel kann schildkrötn ertränken. DATZ, 57(3), 74.   
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Lindeman, P. V. (1999). Growth curves for graptemys, with a comparison to other emydid turtles. American Midland Naturalist, 142(1), 141–151.   
Last edited by: Beate Pfau 27 Jun 2009 11:54:31 UTC Pop. 3.5%
McGaugh, S. E., Bowden, R. M., Kuo, C.-H., & Janzen, F. J. (2011). Field-measured heritability of the threshold for sex determination in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 13, 75–90.   
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Moll, D. (1976). A review of supposed insect catching by basking graptemys geographica. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, 69(3), 302–303.   
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Pointet, A. (1998). Notes sur la reproduction de la tortue rayonnée de madagascar: astrochelys radiata (shaw, 1802). Manouria, 1(1), 22–24.   
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Rao, R. J. (2011). The diversity, ecology and conservation management of freshwater turtles in ganges river system.   
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Schildkrötenfreunde Österreichs. (1996). Die rotwangen-schmuckschildkröte (trachemys scripta elegans), merkblatt zur haltung und nachzucht. Beilage zu Emys, 3(1).   
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Sunyer, J., Townsend, J. H., Wilson, L. D., Travers, S. L., Obando, L. A., & Páiz, G., et al. (2009). Three new country records of reptiles from nicaragua. Salamandra, 45(3), 186–190.   
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Werning, J. (2004). Testudo hermanni - schlupf in freier natur in deutschland. Elaphe N.F., 12(3), 43–44.   
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Wnek, J. P., Bien, W. F., & Avery, H. W. (2013). Artificial nesting habitats as a conservation strategy for turtle populations experiencing global change. Integrative Zoology, 8(2), 209–221.   
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