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16617. (1971). Numerical reduction of bony plastral elements in the kinosternid turtle claudius angustatus. Copeia, 1971(1), 151–152.   
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16617. , Survival status and prospects for rafetus swinhoei. Paper presented at Second Congrès International sur la Conservation des Chéloniens, Saly, Senegal.   
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Tucker, J. K., & Paukstis, G. L. (2000). Experimental analysis of an early life-history stage: selection on size of hatchling turtles. Ecology.   
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Wilson, M. E., Tucker, J. K., & Ford, S. P. (2002). Experimental manipulation of steroid concentrations in circulation and in egg yolks of turtles. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 293, 58–66.   
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Hidalgo-Vila, J., Portheault, A., Ruiz, X., Conejo, A., & Diaz-Paniagua, C. , Optimizing detection, catchability and removal of exotic turtles from a natural environment. Paper presented at XIII Congreso Espanol.   
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16617. (2001). Observations on body size, sympatry, and niche divergence in softshell turtles (trionychidae). Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 4(1), 5–27.   
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16735. (1993). An experimental analysis of natural selection on body size of hatchling turtles. Ecology, 74, 332–341.   
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16617. (1964). Turtles of british guiana. J. British Guiana Mus. and Zoo, 39, 19–45.   
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Wilson, M. E., Tucker, J. K., & Ford, S. P. (1994). Vegetational cover predicts the sex ratio of hatchling turtles in natural nests. Ecology, 75, 1593–1599.   
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Diaz-Paniagua, C., Hidalgo-Vila, J., Marco, A., Andreu, A. C., & Portheault, A. (2006). Characteristics of two reproductive populations of the red-eared turtle, trachemys scripta elegans, in southwestern spain. caracteristicas de nos poblaciones reproductoras del galapago de florida, trachemys scripta elegans, en el suroeste de espana. Revista Española de Herpetología, 20, 5–16.   
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Trebbau, P. (1984). The turtles of venezuela. Ohio: Society for the Study of Amphibians & Reptiles.   
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Diaz-Paniagua, C., Hidalgo-Vila, J., Robles, F., Pérez de Ayala, J. M., Remedios, M., & Barroso, J. L., et al. (2006). Trampas y plataformas de asoleamiento: la mejor combinacion para erradicar galapagos exoticos. Boletín de la Asociación Herpetológica Española, 17(2), 115–120.   
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9849. (1991). Clemmys insculpta (wood turtle). cleaning symbiosis. Herpetological Review, 22, 98.   
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16617. (1987). Phrynops zuliae pritchard and trebbau, zulia toad-headed sideneck. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles, 404.   
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Paukstis, G. L. (1991). A preliminary test of the adaptive significance of environmental sex determination in reptiles. Evolution, 45, 435–440.   
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9849. (1995). Home ranges and movements of wood turtles, clemmys insculpta, in central pennsylvania. Copeia, 1995(1), 22–27.   
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16617. (2008). Evolution and structure of the turtle shell. In J. Wyneken & M. H. Godfrey (Eds.), Biology of Turtles (pp. 45–84). Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.   
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9849. (1986). Stomping for earthworms by wood turtles, clemmys insculpta: a newly discovered foraging technique. Copeia, 1986, 1001–1004.   
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16617. (2008). Chelus fimbriata (schneider 1783) – matamata turtle. In K. A. Buhlmann (Ed.), Vol. 5IUCN/SSC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group.   
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Tucker, J. K., & Paukstis, G. L. (2000). Experimental analysis of an early life-history stage: avian predation selects for larger body size of hatchling turtles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 13(6), 947–954.   
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