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Zhang, X., & Georges, A. (2014). A complete mitochondrial genome sequence for the australian turtle, chelodina longicollis, obtained using 454-pyrosequencing. Conservation Genetics Resources, (early view).   
Added by: Sarina Wunderlich 06 Jul 2014 16:17:31 UTC Pop. 9.75%
Yadollahvand, R., Kami, H. G., Mashroofeh, A., & Bakhtiari, A. R. (2014). Assessment trace elements concentrations in tissues in caspian pond turtle (mauremys caspica) from golestan province, iran. Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 101, 191–195.   
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Thomas, T. M., Granatosky, M. C., Bourque, J. R., Krysko, K. L., Moler, P. E., & Gamble, T., et al. (2014). Taxonomic assessment of alligator snapping turtles (chelydridae: Macrochelys), with the description of two new species from the southeastern united states. Zootaxa, 3786(2), 141–165.   
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Spinks, P. Q., Thomson, R. C., & Shaffer, B. H. (2014). The advantages of going large: Genome wide snps clarify the complex population history and systematics of the threatened western pond turtle. Molecular Ecology, (accepted).   
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Sousa, A. L., Campos-Junior, P. H. A., Costa, G. M. J., & França, L. R. D. (2014). Spermatogenic cycle length and sperm production in the freshwater turtle kinosternon scorpioides. Biology of Reproduction, (published online before print).   
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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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Mitchell, J. C. (2014). Pseudemys rubriventris (northern red-bellied cooter) boat propeller mortality. Herpetological Review, 45(1), 117.   
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Luison, A., & Redaelli, S. (2014). Haltung, vermehrung und aufzucht der dreistreifen-klappschildkröte kinosternon baurii garman, 1891. Schildkröten im Fokus, 11(2), 3–16.   
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Ljubisavljević, K., Džukić, G., Vukov, T. D., & Kalezić, M. L. (2014). Distribution patterns of hermann's tortoise testudo hermanni gmelin, 1789, in the region of former yugoslavia (testudines: Testudinidae). Herpetozoa, 26(3), 74.   
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Jacobson, E. R., Brown, M. B., Wendland, L. D., Brown, D. R., Klein, P. A., Christopher, M. M., & Berry, K. H. (2014). Mycoplasmosis and upper respiratory tract disease of tortoises: A review and update. Veterinary Journal, (in press, accepted manuscript).   
Added by: Sarina Wunderlich 06 Jul 2014 16:11:43 UTC Pop. 6.5%
Hahn, A. T., Rosa, C. A. D., Bager, A., & Krause, L. (2014). Dietary variation and overlap in d’orbigny’s slider turtles trachemys dorbigni (duméril and bibron 1835) (testudines: Emydidae). Journal of Natural History, 48(11-12), 721–728.   
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Gong, S., Wang, F., Shi, H., Zhou, P., Ge, Y., Hua, L., & Liu, W. (2014). Highly pathogenic salmonella pomona was first isolated from the exotic red-eared slider (trachemys scripta elegans) in the wild in china: Implications for public health. Science of the Total Environment, 468-469, 28–30.   
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Freeman, A., & Cann, J. (2014). Myuchelys latisternum (gray 1867) – sawshelled turtle, saw-shell turtle. In A. G. J. Rhodin, P. C. H. Pritchard, P. P. van Dijk, P. A. Saumure, K. A. Buhlmann & J. B.Iverson (Eds.), Conservation Biology of Freshwater Turtles and Tortoises: A Compilation Project of the IUCN/SSC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group Vol. 5IUCN/SSC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group.   
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Dorcas, M., & Peterson, C. R. (2014). Automated data acquisition. In G. J. Graeter, K. A. Buhlmann, L. R. Wilkinson & W. J. Gibbons (Eds.), Inventory and Monitoring: Recommended Techniques for Reptiles and Amphibians, with application to the United States and Canada Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation.   
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Dazet, N., & Moll, D. (2014). Chemical signals in vertebrate predator-prey systems involving common musk turtles, sternotherus odoratus, and their predators. Journal of North American Herpetology, 2014(1), 69–75.   
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Couturier, T., Besnard, A., Bertolero, A., Bosc, V., Astruc, G., & and, M. C. (2014). Factors determining the abundance and occurrence of hermann’s tortoise testudo hermanni in france and spain: Fire regime and landscape changes as the main drivers. Biological Conservation, 170, 177–187.   
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Costa, Z. J. (2014). Responses to predators differ between native and invasive freshwater turtles: Environmental context and its implications for competition. Ethology, 120(7), 633–640.   
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Brejcha, J., Cizelj, I., Maric, D., Smid, J., Vamberger, M., & Sadnda, R. (2014). First records of the soft-shelled turtle, pelodiscus sinensis (wiegmann, 1834), in the balkans. Herpetozoa, 26(3), 74.   
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Barbuti, R., Chessa, S., Micheli, A., & Pucci, R. , Identification of nesting phase in tortoise populations by neural networks. Unpublished paper presented at Proceedings of the 50th Anniversary Convention of the AISB.   
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Abegg, D. (2014). Feldarbeit mit der pantherschildkröte stigmochelys pardalis (bell, 1828) in der kalahari-wüste. Testudo, 23(1), 24–32.   
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