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Fitch, H. S., & Plummer, M. V. (1975). A preliminary ecological study of the soft-shelled turtle trionyx muticus in the kansas river, israel. Journal of zoology, 24, 28–42.   
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Lee, T. N., Plummer, M. V., & Mills, N. E. (2007). Use of posthatching yolk and external forage to maximize early growth in apalone mutica hatchlings. Journal of Herpetology, 41(3), 492–500.   
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Nagle, R. D., Plummer, M. V., Congdon, J. D., & Fischer, R. U. (2003). Parental investment, embryo growth, and hatchling lipid reserves in softshell turtles (apalone mutica) from arkansas. Herpetologica, 59(2), 145–154.   
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Plummer, M. V., & Trauth, S. E. (2009). The structure of rathke's glands in the softshell turtles apalone mutica and a. spinifera. Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 4(2), 207–220.   
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Plummer, M. V., Crabill, T. L., Mills, N. E., & Allen, S. L. (2005). Body temperatures of free-ranging softshell turtles (apalone spinifera) in a small stream. Herpetological Review, 36(4), 371–375.   
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Plummer, M. V., Williams, B. K., Skiver, M. M., & Carlyle, J. C. (2003). Effects of dehydration on the critical thermal maximum of the desert box turtle (terrapene ornata luteola). Journal of Herpetology, 37(4), 747–750.   
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Plummer, M. V., Shadrix, C. E., & Cox, R. C. (1994). Thermal limits of incubation in embryos of softshell turtles (apalone mutica). Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 1 (2), 141–144.   
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Plummer, M. V., & Shirer, H. W. (1975). Movement patterns in a river population of the softshell turtle trionyx muticus. Occasional Paper, 43, Museum of–University.   
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Plummer, M. V. (1977). Activity, habitat and population structure in the turtle, trionyx muticus. Copeia, 1977(3), 431–440.   
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Plummer, M. V., & Burnley, C. J. (1997). Behavior, hibernacula, and thermal relations of softshell turtles (trionyx spiniferus) overwintering in a small stream. Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 2(4), 489–493.   
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Plummer, M. V. (1985). Arkansas turtles. Arkansas Game and Fish Magazine, 16, 13–20.   
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Plummer, M. V., & Doody, J. S. (2010). Terrestrial burrowing in nesting softshell turtles (apalone mutica and a. spinifera). Reptiles and Amphibians, Conservation and Natural History, 17, 79–81.   
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Plummer, M. V., & Ferner, J. W. (2012). Marking reptiles. In R. W. McDiarmid, M. S. Foster, C. Guyer, J. W. Gibbons & N. Chernoff (Eds.), Reptile Biodiversity: Standard Methods for Inventory and Monitoring (pp. 143–150).The Regents of the University of California.   
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Plummer, M. V. (2007). Nest emergence of smooth softshell turtles. Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 1(2), 61–64.   
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Plummer, M. V. (2004). Seasonal inactivity of the desert box turtle, terrapene ornata luteola, at the species' southwestern range limit in arizona. Journal of Herpetology, 38(4), 589–593.   
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Plummer, M. V., & Farrar, D. B. (1981). Sexual dietary differences in a population of trionyx muticus. Journal of Herpetology, 15(2), 175–179.   
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Plummer, M. V. (1976). Some aspects of nesting success in the turtle, trionyx muticus. Herpetologica, 32, 353–359.   
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Plummer, M. V., Lee, T. N., & Mills, N. E. (2008). Effect of a sand substrate on the growth and condition of apalone mutica hatchlings. Journal of Herpetology, 42(3), 550–554.   
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Plummer, M. V., Mills, N. E., & Allen, S. L. (1997). Activity, habitat, and patterns of movement of softshell turtles (trionyx spiniferus) in a small stream. Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 2(4), 514–520.   
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Plummer, M. V., & Mills, N. E. (2008). Structure of an urban population of softshell turtles (apalone spinifera) before and after stream alteration. In R. E. Jung & J. C. Mitchell (Eds.), Vol. Herpetological Conservation Vol. 3, (pp. 95–105). Salt Lake City, UT: Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles.   
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