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Cunningham, B. (1939). Effect of temperature upon the development rate of the embryo of the diamond back terrapin (malaclemys centrata lat). American Naturalist, 73, 381–384.   
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Fowler, H. W. (1906). Note on muhlenberg's turtle. American Naturalist, 40(476), 596.   
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Gage, S. H., & Gage, S. P. (1986). Aquatic respiration in soft-shelled turtles: a contribution to the physiology of respiration in vertebrates. American Naturalist, 20(3), 223–236.   
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Horn, H. S. (1966). Measurement of "overlap" in comparative ecological studies. American Naturalist, 100(914), 419–424.   
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Li, T., Zhao, B., Zhou, Y.-K., Hu, R., & Du, W.-G. (2014). Thermoregulatory behavior is widespread in the embryos of reptiles and birds. American Naturalist, 183(3), 445–451.   
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Morjan, C. L. (2003). How rapidly can maternal behavior affecting primary sex ratio evolve in a reptile with environmental sex determination? American Naturalist, 162(2), 205–219.   
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Near, T. J., Meylan, P. A., & Shaffer, B. H. (2005). Assessing concordance of fossil calibration points in molecular clock studies: an example using turtles. American Naturalist, 165, 137–146.   
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Near, T. J., Meylan, P. A., & Shaffer, H. B. (2008). Caveats on the use of fossil calibrations for molecular dating: a reply to parham and irmis. American Naturalist, 171, 137–140.   
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Stephens, P. R., & Wiens, J. J. (2004). Convergence, divergence, and homogenization in the ecological structure of emydid turtle communities: the effects of phylogeny and dispersal. American Naturalist, 164(2), 244–254.   
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Stephens, P. R., & Wiens, J. J. (2003). Explaining species richness from continents to communities: the time-for-speciation-effect in emydid turtles. American Naturalist, 161, 112–128.   
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Telemeco, R. S., Abbott, K. C., & Janzen, F. J. (2013). Modeling the effects of climate change–induced shifts in reproductive phenology on temperature-dependent traits. American Naturalist, 181(5), 637–648.   
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Valenzuela, N., & Adams, D. C. (2003). Pattern does not equal process: exactly when is sex environmentally determined? American Naturalist, 161, in press.   
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