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Andriantsaralaza, S., Pedrono, M., Tassin, J., Roger, E., Rakouth, B., & Danthu, P. (2013). The role of extinct giant tortoises in the germination of extant baobab adansonia rubrostipa seeds in madagascar. African Journal of Ecology, (early view).   
Added by: Admin 06 Jan 2014 18:23:58 UTC Pop. 4.5%
Bertram, B. C. R. (1979). Home range of a hingeback tortoise in the serengeti. African Journal of Ecology, 17(4), 241–244.   
Added by: Admin 24 Aug 2008 18:46:01 UTC Pop. 3.25%
Bertram, B. C. R. (1979). Homing by a leopard tortoise in the serengeti. African Journal of Ecology, 17, 245–247.   
Added by: Admin 24 Aug 2008 18:46:01 UTC Pop. 3%
Branch, W. R. (1982). Dicephalic chersina angulata. African Journal of Ecology, 27, 12–15.   
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Coulson, I. M., & Hailey, A. (2001). Low survival rate and high predation in the african hingeback tortoise kinixys spekii. African Journal of Ecology, 39, 383–392.   
Added by: Admin 17 Aug 2008 18:17:14 UTC Pop. 2.75%
Hailey, A., Coulson, I. M., & Mwabvu, T. (2001). Invertebrate prey an predatory behaviour of the omnivorous african tortoise kinixys spekii. African Journal of Ecology, 39, 10–17.   
Added by: Admin 17 Aug 2008 17:23:49 UTC Pop. 2.5%
Kabigumila, J. D. (2000). Growth and carapacial colour variation of the leopard tortoise, geochelone pardalis babcocki, in northern tanzania. African Journal of Ecology, 38(3), 217–223.   
Added by: Admin 14 Aug 2008 20:40:41 UTC Pop. 2%
Kabigumila, J. D. (2001). Sex and age variation in the anal scute of the leopard tortoise, geochelone pardalis, in serengeti national park, tanzania. African Journal of Ecology, 39(3), 223–225.   
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Kabigumila, J. D. (2001). Sighting frequency and food habits of the leopard tortoise, geochelone pardalis, in northern tanzania. African Journal of Ecology, 39(3), 276–285.   
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Kabigumila, J. D. (2001). Size composition and sex ratio of the leopard tortoise (geochelone pardalis) in northern tanzania. African Journal of Ecology, 39(4), 393.   
Added by: Admin 17 Aug 2008 18:54:49 UTC Pop. 2.5%
Luiselli, L. (2005). Aspects of comparative thermal ecology of sympatric hinge-back tortoises (kinixys homeana and kinixys erosa) in the niger delta, southern nigeria. African Journal of Ecology, 43(1), 64–69.   
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Mason, M. C., Kerley, G. I. H., Weatherby, C. A., & Branch, W. R. (2000). Angulate and leopard tortoises in the thicket biome, eastern cape, south africa: populations and biomass estimates. African Journal of Ecology, 38(2), 147.   
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Moolna, A. (2008). Preliminary observations indicate that giant tortoise ingestion improves seed germination for an endemic ebony species in mauritius. African Journal of Ecology, 46(2), 217–219.   
Added by: Admin 14 Aug 2008 20:39:26 UTC Pop. 2%
Okanga, S., & Rebelo, C. (2006). Tick prevalence and species diversity on aldabran giant tortoises (dipsochelys dussumieri) in relation to host range and host size in a restored ecosystem, kenya. African Journal of Ecology, 44(3), 395–400.   
Added by: Admin 14 Aug 2008 20:32:48 UTC Pop. 2.25%
Walker, R. C. J., Woods-Ballard, A. J., & Rix, C. E. (2007). Population density and seasonal activity of the threatened madagascar spider tortoise (pyxis arachnoides arachnoides) of the southern dry forests; south west madagascar. African Journal of Ecology, 46(1), 67–73.   
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