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Vinke, T., & Vinke, S. (2014). Chelonoidis carbonaria (spix, 1824), einst weit verbreitet und häufig, wird in paraguay zu einer bedrohten art. Schildkröten im Fokus, 11(1), 15–26.   
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Olson, S. S., & David, N. (2014). The gender of the tortoise genus chelonoidis fitzinger, 1835 (testudines: Testudinidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 126(4), 393–394.   
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Mueller-Paul, J., Wilkinson, A., Aust, U., Steurer, M., Hall, G., & Huber, L. (2014). Touchscreen performance and knowledge transfer in the red-footed tortoise (chelonoidis carbonaria). Behavioural Processes, (In Press, Accepted Manuscript).   
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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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Mercurio, A. D., Hernandez, S. M., Maerz, J. C., Yabsley, M. J., Ellis, A. E., & Coleman, A. L., et al. (2014). Experimental feeding of hydrilla verticillata colonized by stigonematales cyanobacteria induces vacuolar myelinopathy in painted turtles (chrysemys picta). PLoS ONE, 9(4), e93295.   
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Mali, I., & Forstner, M. R. J. (2014). Use of stationary microchip reader for monitoring interpond movement of freshwater turtles. Herpetological Review, 45(1), 22–25.   
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Ferrara, C. R., Vogt, R. C., Giles, J. C., & Kuchling, G. (2014). Chelonian vocal communication. In G. Witzany (Ed.), Biocommunication of Animals (pp. 261–274). Dordrecht Heidelberg New York London: Springer.   
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Currylow, A. F., Ranaivoharivelo, M., & Louis, E. E. (2014). Astrochelys radiata (radiated tortoise). nest predation. Herpetological Review, 45(1), 116–117.   
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Ceballos, C. P., & Iverson, J. B. (2014). Patterns of sexual size dimorphism in chelonia: Revisiting kinosternidae. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 111(4), 806–809.   
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Bowden, R. M., & Paitz, R. T. , The importance of fluctuating temperatures for offspring phenotype in turtles with temperature-dependent sex determination. Unpublished paper presented at SICB 2014 Meeting.   
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Bidmon, H.-J., & Ivantchev, I. (2014). Der südöstliche zipfel europas und seine sumpfschildkröten: Eine tour auf der veleka und entlang der butamjatamündung. Schildkröten im Fokus, 11(2), 21–33.   
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Trauth, S. E., & Plummer, M. V. (2013). Comparative histology, histochemistry, and ultrastructure of rathke's glands in hatchlings of two species of north american box turtles (terrapene carolina and terrapene ornata). Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 12(2), 268–274.   
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Thompson, J. C., & Henshilwood, C. S. (2013). Tortoise taphonomy and tortoise butchery patterns at blombos cave, south africa. Journal of Archaeological Science, (in press, accepted manuscript).   
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Micheli-Campbell, M. A., Campbell, H. A., Connell, M., Dwyer, R. G., & Franklin, C. E. (2013). Integrating telemetry with a predictive model to assess habitat preferences and juvenile survival in an endangered freshwater turtle. Freshwater Biology, 58(11), 2253–2263.   
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Martínez-Silvestre, A., Guinea, D., Soler, J., & Ferrer, D. (2013). Presencia del parásito autóctono serpinema microcephalus (nematoda: Camallinade) en las tortugas trachemys scripta y pseudemys concinna asilvestradas en barcelona. Boletín de la Asociación Herpetológica Española, 24(1), (accepted).   
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Goodman, R. M., Miller, D. L., & Ararso, Y. T. (2013). Prevalence of ranavirus in virginia turtles as detected by tail-clip sampling versus oral-cloacal swabbing. Northeastern Naturalist, 20(2), 325–333.   
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Flanagan, M., Roy-McDougall, V., Forbes, G., & Forbes, G. (2013). Survey methodology for the detection of wood turtles (glyptemys insculpta). Canadian Field-Naturalist, 127(3), 216–223.   
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Dick, K. (2013). Species distribution modeling for bog turtles (glyptemys muhlenbergii) in north carolina. Unpublished thesis , Duke University, Durham NC.   
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Bulté, G., Germain, R. R., O'Connor, C. M., & Blouin-Demers, G. (2013). Sexual dichromatism in the northern map turtle. Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 12(1), 187–192.   
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Baudran, C., & Famel, C. , Stratégie et prise en compte de la tortue d’hermann dans la gestion forestière de l’office national des forêts (onf). Unpublished paper presented at Atelier international sur la gestion et la restauration des populations et habitats de la Tortue d’Hermann / International workshop on the management and restoration of Hermann’s tortoise populations and habitats.   
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