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Nöllert, A. (1982). Einiges zur tempelschildkröte, hieremys annandalii (boulenger) 1903. Elaphe, 4(1), 9–10.   
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Nijman, V., & Shepherd, C. R. (2011). The role of thailand in the international trade in cites-listed live reptiles and amphibians. PLoS ONE, 6(3), e17825.   
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Nelson, D. H., & Marion, K. R. (2004). Mississippi diamondback terrapin. malaclemys terrapin pileata (wied). In R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, T. M. Haggerty & T. L. Best (Eds.), Imperiled Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals Vol. 3, (pp. 52–53). Tuscaloosa: Alabama University Press.   
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Nelson, D. H., & Turner, W. M. (2004). Alabama red-bellied turtle. pseudemys alabamensis baur. In R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, T. M. Haggerty & T. L. Best (Eds.), Imperiled Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals Vol. 3, (pp. 54–55). Tuscaloosa: Alabama University Press.   
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Mushinsky, H. R., McCoy, E. D., Berish, J. E., Ashton, R. E., & Wilson, D. S. (2006). Gopherus polyphemus – gopher tortoise. In P. A. Meylan (Ed.), Biology and Conservation of Florida Turtles Vol. 3, (pp. 350–375).   
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Munscher, E. C., Kuhns, E. H., & Munscher, J. S. (2013). The north american freshwater turtle research group (naftrg). Turtle Survival, 2013, 12–13.   
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Muir, J. H. (1984). Commercial exploitation of graptemys and sternotherus turtles. Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society, 19, 98–100.   
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Moyle, V. (1949). Nitrogenous excretion in chelonian reptiles. Biochemical Journal, 44(5), 581–584.   
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Moulherat, S., Delmas, V., Mouden, E. H. E., Louzizi, T., Lagarde, F., & Bonnet, X. (2014). How far can a tortoise walk in open habitat before overheating? implications for conservation. Journal for Nature Conservation, 22, 186–192.   
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Mota Rodrigues, J. F., & Silva, J. R. F. (2014). How phrynops tuberosus (testudines: Chelidae) reproduce in the brazilian caatinga? North-Western Journal of Zoology, (online first).   
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Mota Rodrigues, J. F., & Borges-Nojosa, D. M. (2014). Do male kinosternon scorpioides (linnaeus, 1766) select and monopolize females? Herpetozoa, 26(3), 74.   
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Moskowitz, D. P., Kovacs, M., & Tesauro, J. (2003). Glyptemys (clemmys) muhlenbergii (bog. turtle). abnormal coloration. Herpetological Review, 34(3), 240.   
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Mork, L., Czerwinski, M., & Capel, B. (2014). Predetermination of sexual fate in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. Developmental Biology, (accepted).   
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Morin, R. , Snapping turtle management in maryland, goal-driven collaboration within a workgroup. Unpublished paper presented at USFWS Workshop on Conservation and Trade Management of Freshwater and Terrestrial Turtles in the United States.   
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Moore, M. J. C., & Seigel, R. A. (2006). No place to nest or bask: Effects of human disturbance on the nesting and basking habits of yellow-blotched map turtles (graptemys flavimaculata). Biological Conservation, 130(3), 386–393.   
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Moore, J. A., & Dornburg, A. (2014). Ingestion of fossil seashells, stones and small mammal bones by gravid gopher tortoises (gopherus polyphemus) in south florida. Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History, 55(1), 55–63.   
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Moll, D., & Moll, E. O. (1990). The slider turtle in the neotropics: Adaptation of a temperate species to a tropical environment. In J. W. Gibbons (Ed.), Life history and ecology of the slider turtle (pp. 152–161).Smithsonian Institution Press.   
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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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Moll, D. , Historical and contemporary trends in the trade in aquatic chelonians and its effect on wild populations in the united states. Unpublished paper presented at USFWS Workshop on Conservation and Trade Management of Freshwater and Terrestrial Turtles in the United States.   
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Moll, D. L. (1977). Ecological investigations of turtles in a polluted ecosystem: The central illinois river adjacent flood plain lakes. Unpublished thesis , Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois.   
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