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Ceballos, C. P., Adams, D. C., Iverson, J. B., & Valenzuela, N. (2012). Phylogenetic patterns of sexual size dimorphism in turtles and their implications for rensch’s rule. Evolutionary Biology, (online first).   
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Escalona, T., Valenzuela, N., & Adams, D. C. , Do egg-laying females lacking parental care adaptively manipulate their offspring phenotype and consequent fitness via active nest-site selection? Paper presented at Turtle Survival Alliance 2007 Annual Meeting.   
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Escalona, T., Valenzuela, N., & Adams, D. C. (2009). Nesting ecology in the freshwater turtle podocnemis unifilis: spatiotemporal patterns and inferred explanations. Functional Ecology, (early View).   
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Myers, E. M., Adams, D. C., & Tucker, J. K. (2006). Quantitative genetics of plastron shape in slider turtles (trachemys scripta). Evolution, 60(3), 563–572.   
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Rivera, G., Davis, J. N., Godwin, J. C., & Adams, D. C. (2013). Repeatability of habitat-associated divergence in shell shape of turtles. Evolutionary Biology, (epub. ahead of print).   
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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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Valenzuela, N., Adams, D. C., Bowden, R. M., & Gaugera, A. C. (2004). Geometric morphometric sex estimation for hatchling turtles: a powerful alternative for detecting subtle sexual shape dimorphism. Copeia, 2004(4), 735–742.   
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