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Berry, J. F., & Shine, R. (1980). Sexual size dimorphism and sexual selection in turtles (order testudines). Oecologia, 44, 40–42.   
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Du, W.-G., Zhao, B., & Shine, R. (2010). Embryos in the fast lane: high-temperature heart rates of turtles decline after hatching. PLoS ONE, 5(3), e9557.   
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Du, W.-G., Radder, R. S., Sun, B., & Shine, R. (2009). Determinants of incubation period: do reptilian embryos hatch after a fixed total number of heart beats? Journal of Experimental Biology, 212, 1302–1306.   
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Du, W.-G., Zhao, B., Chen, Y., & Shine, R. (2011). Behavioral thermoregulation by turtle embryos. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108(23), 9513–9515.   
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Du, W.-G. D., & Shine, R. (2014). The behavioural and physiological strategies of bird and reptile embryos in response to unpredictable variation in nest temperature. Biological Reviews, (early view).   
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Forsman, A., & Shine, R. (1995). Sexual size dimorphism in relation to frequency of reproduction in turtles (testudines: emydidae). Copeia, 1995(3), 727–729.   
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Greenlees, M. J., & Shine, R. (2011). Impacts of eggs and tadpoles of the invasive cane toad (bufo marinus) on aquatic predators in tropical australia. Austral Ecology, 36(1), 53–58.   
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Grigg, G. C., Shine, R., & Ehmann, H. (Eds.). (1985). The biology of australasian frogs and reptiles. Sydney, Australia: Surrey Beatty & Sons.   
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Huang, W.-S., Greene, H. W., Chang, T.-J., & Shine, R. (2011). Territorial behavior in taiwanese kukrisnakes (oligodon formosanus). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108(17).   
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Langkilde, T., & Shine, R. (2004). Competing for crevices: Interspecific conflict influences retreat-site selection in montane lizards. Oecologia, 140(4), 684–691.   
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Legler, J. M. (1985). Australian chelid turtles: reproductive patterns in wide-ranging taxa. In G. C. Grigg, R. Shine & H. Ehmann (Eds.), Biology of Australasian Frogs and Reptiles Sydney.   
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Olsson, M., & Shine, R. (2002). Growth to death in lizards. Evolution, 56(9), 1867–1870.   
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Parmenter, J. C. , Reproduction and survivorship of chelodina longicollis (testudinata: chelidae). Paper presented at Biology of Australasian Frogs and Reptiles.   
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Shine, R. (1985). The evolution of viviparity in reptiles: an ecological analysis. In C. G. A. S. Gans & F. Billett (Eds.), Biology of the Reptilia Vol. 15: Devopment B (pp. 605–694). New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.   
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Shine, R., & Iverson, J. B. (1995). Patterns of survival, growth and maturation in turtles. Oikos, 72(3), 343–348.   
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Shine, R. (1988). Parental care in reptiles. In C. G. A. S. Gans & R. B. Huey (Eds.), Biology of the Reptilia 16 (pp. 275–327).New York.   
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Shine, R. (2010). The ecological impact of invasive cane toads (bufo marinus) in australia. Quarterly Review of Biology, 85, 253–291.   
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Zhao, B., Li, T., Shine, R., & Du, W.-G. (2013). Turtle embryos move to optimal thermal environments within the egg. Biology Letters, 9(4), Nr. 20130337.   
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