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Berry, J. F., & Legler, J. M. (1980). A new species of mud turtle (genus kinosternon) from sonora, mexico. Contrib. Sci. Nat. Hist. Mus., 325, Los Angele.   
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Bickham, J. W., Bull, J. J., & Legler, J. M. (1983). Karyotypes and evolutionary relationships of trionychid turtles. Cytologia, 48, 177–183.   
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Bickham, J. W., Tucker, P. K., & Legler, J. M. (1985). Diploid-triploid mosaicism: an unusual phenomenon in side-necked turtles (platemys platycephala). Science, 227, 1591–1593.   
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Bramble, D. M., Hutchison, H. J., & Legler, J. M. (1974). Kinosternid shell kinesis: structure, function and evolution. Copeia, 1974(2), 456–475.   
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Bull, J. J., Legler, J. M., & Vogt, R. C. (1985). Non-temperature dependent sex determination in two suborders of turtles. Copeia, 1985(3), 784–786.   
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Bull, J. J., & Legler, J. M. (1980). Karyotype of side-necked turtles (testudines: pleurodira). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 58, 828–841.   
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Bull, J. J., Moon, R. G., & Legler, J. M. (1974). Male heterogamety in kinosternid turtles (genus staurotypus). Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics, 13, 419–425.   
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Cann, J., & Legler, J. M. (1994). The mary river tortoise: a new genus and species of short-necked chelid from queensland, australia (testudines: pleurodira). Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 1(2), 81–96.   
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Ewert, M. A., & Legler, J. M. (1978). Hormonal induction of oviposition in turtles. Herpetologica, 34, 314–318.   
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Legler, J. M., & Vogt, C. (2013). The turtles of mexico: Land and freshwater forms. Berkeley: University of California Press.   
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Legler, J. M. (1960). Natural history of the ornate box turtle, terrapene ornata ornata. University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History, 11(10), 531–669.   
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Legler, J. M. (1977). Stomach flushing: a technique for chelonian dietary studies. Herpetologica, 33, 281–284.   
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Legler, J. M. (1954). Nesting habits of the western painted turtle, chrysemis picta bellii (gray). Herpetologica, 10, 137–144.   
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Legler, J. M. (1965). A new species of turtle, genus kinosternon. University of Kansas Publications of the Museum of Natural History, 15, 615–625.   
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Legler, J. M. (1963). Further evidence for intergradation of two mexican slider turtles (pseudemys scripta). Herpetologica, 19(2), 142–143.   
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Legler, J. M., & Cann, J. (1980). A new genus and species of chelid turtle form queensland, australia. Los Angeles County Mus. Nat. Sci., 324, Contrib. S.   
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Legler, J. M., & Winokur, R. M. (1979). Unusual neck tubercles in an australian turtle, elseya latisternum (testudines: chelidae). Herpetologica, 35(4), 325–329.   
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Legler, J. M. (1955). Observations on the sexual behavior of captive turtles. Lloydia, 18, 95–99.   
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Legler, J. M. (1963). Tortoises (geochelone carbonaria) in panama: distribution and variation. American Midland Naturalist, 70(2), 490–503.   
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Legler, J. M. (1978). Observations on behaviour and ecology in an australian turtle, chelodina expansa (testudines: chelidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 56, 2449–2453.   
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