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Trebbau, P. (1984). The turtles of venezuela. Ohio: Society for the Study of Amphibians & Reptiles.   
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Adler, K. K. (1970). The influence of prehistoric man on the distribution of the box turtle. Annals of the Carnegie Museum, 41, 263–280.   
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Adler, K. K. (1961). Egg-laying in the spotted turtle clemmys guttata schneider. The Ohio Journal of Science, 61(3), 180–182.   
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Adler, K. K. (1958). An abnormal pseudemys dorbigni (duméril & bibron) from brazil. Trimonthly Report. Ohio Herpetological Society, 1(3), 13.   
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Goode, M. J. (1994). Reproduction in neotropical musk and mud turtles (staurotypus triporcatus, s. salvinii, and kinosternon scorpioides). In J. B. Murphy, K. K. Adler & J. T. Collins (Eds.), Captive Management and Conservation of Amphibians and Reptiles Vol. 11, (pp. 275–296).SSAR Contributions in Herpetology.   
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Murphy, J. B., Collins, J. T., & Adler, K. K. (1995). Captive management and conservation of amphibians and reptiles: a volume honoring roger conant. Society for the Study of Reptiles and Amphibians.   
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Zhao, E.-M., & Adler, K. K. (1993). Herpetology of china. Amphibians, Society for the Study of and Amphibians, Reptiles in Cooperation with Chinese Society for the Study of and Reptiles.   
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