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Adair, J. (1999). Resource partitioning among the freshwater turtles of the daly river, northern territory.   
Last edited by: Sarina Wunderlich 22 Sep 2008 10:19:36 UTC Pop. 5.75%
Arida, E. A., & Ibarrondo, B. R. (2007). A need for urgent action for the conservation of carettochelys in indonesia. Turtle and Tortoise Newsletter, 10, 26–27.   
Added by: Admin 14 Aug 2008 20:33:41 UTC Pop. 3.75%
Artner, H. G. (2008). The world's extant turtle species - part 1. Emys, 15(3), 4–32.   
Last edited by: Beate Pfau 28 Dec 2009 18:07:58 UTC Pop. 6.75%
Barone, S. (2004). He pig-nosed turtle, carettochelys insculpta. Reptilia GB, 33, 56–60.   
Added by: Admin 06 Jan 2014 18:22:37 UTC Pop. 5%
Beggs, K., Young, J. E., Georges, A., & West, P. B. (2000). Ageing the eggs and nests of the pig-nosed turtle carettochelys insculpta from northern australia. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 78, 373–392.   
Added by: Admin 17 Aug 2008 17:23:43 UTC Pop. 4.25%
Beggs, K. E. (1998). Embryonic development of the pig-nosed turtle, carettochelys insculpta, under constant and fluctuating temperature regimes. Unpublished thesis , University of Canberra.   
Added by: Admin 06 Jan 2014 18:22:38 UTC Pop. 4.75%
Blanco, S., Behler, J. L., & Kostel, F. , Propagation of the batagurine turtles batagur baska and callagur borneoensis at the bronx zoo. Paper presented at Proc. 1st Int. Symp. Turtles & Tortoises: Conservation and captive husbandry. Orange, California.   
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Booth, D. T. (2006). Influence of incubation temperature on hatchling phenotype in reptiles. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 79(2), 274–281.   
Last edited by: Beate Pfau 30 Jun 2012 22:04:04 UTC Pop. 3.25%
Boylan, S. , Synopsis of the north carolina state college of veterinary medicine’s turtle rescue team involvement with tsa confiscations. Paper presented at Turtle Survival Alliance 2006 Annual Meeting.   
Added by: Admin 13 Dec 2008 16:50:06 UTC Pop. 4%
Cann, J. (1998). Australian freshwater turtles. Singapore: Beaumont Publishing Pte Ltd., Singapore.   
Last edited by: Beate Pfau 28 Dec 2009 16:52:00 UTC Pop. 4.75%
Davies, C.-L. (2005). Thermoregulation, activity and energetics of the pig-nosed turtle (carettochelys insculpta) in the daly river, northern territory. Unpublished thesis , University of Canberra.   
Added by: Admin 06 Jan 2014 18:22:44 UTC Pop. 4%
Doody, S. J., Stewart, B., Camacho, C., & Christian, K. , Complex hatching in the pig-nosed turtle - abstract. Unpublished paper presented at Program and Abstracts of the Tenth Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles.   
Added by: Admin 06 Jan 2014 18:22:45 UTC Pop. 4%
Doody, J. S. (2002). The ecology and sex determination of the pig-nosed turtle, carettochelys insculpta, in the wet-dry tropics of australia. Unpublished thesis , University of Canberra.   
Added by: Admin 14 Aug 2008 20:38:45 UTC Pop. 3.25%
Doody, S. J., Stewart, B., Camacho, C., & Christian, K. (2012). Good vibrations? sibling embryos expedite hatching in a turtle. Animal Behavior, 83(3), 645–651.   
Added by: Sarina Wunderlich 30 Jun 2012 22:00:49 UTC Pop. 3.5%
Doody, J. S., Green, B., Sims, R., Rhind, D., West, P., & Steer, D. (2006). Indirect impacts of invasive cane toads (bufo marinus) on nest predation in pig-nosed turtles (carettochelys insculpta). Wildlife Research, 33(5), 349–354.   
Added by: Admin 13 Dec 2008 22:23:38 UTC Pop. 3.25%
Doody, J. S., Green, B., Sims, R., Rhind, D., West, P., & Steer, D. (2006). Indirect impacts of invasive cane toads (bufo marinus) on nest survival in pig-nosed turtles (carettochelys insculpta). Wildlife Research, 33(5), 349–354.   
Added by: Sarina Wunderlich 24 May 2009 21:41:14 UTC Pop. 3.25%
Doody, J. S., Young, J. E., & Georges, A. (2002). Sex differences in activity and movements in the pig-nosed turtle, carettochelys insculpta, in the wet-dry tropics of australia. Copeia, 2002(1), 93–103.   
Added by: Admin 14 Aug 2008 20:35:26 UTC Pop. 3%
Doody, J. S., Young, J. E., & Georges, A. (2001). Significance of sex differences in activity and movements in the pig-nosed turtle carettochelys insculpta, in the wet-dry tropics of australia. Copeia, 2001, in press.   
Added by: Admin 17 Aug 2008 17:23:46 UTC Pop. 3.5%
Doody, J. S., Georges, A., & Young, J. E. (2003). Twice every second year: reproduction in the pig-nosed turtle, carettochelys insculpta, in the wet-dry tropics of australia. Journal of zoology, 259(2), 179–188.   
Last edited by: Beate Pfau 04 Apr 2009 10:31:38 UTC Pop. 3%
Doody, J. S., Sims, R. A., & Georges, A. (2001). Use of thermal springs for aquatic basking by pig-nosed turtle, carettochelys insculpta. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 4(1), 81–87.   
Added by: Admin 17 Aug 2008 17:23:46 UTC Pop. 3%
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