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Hoover, S. L., & Shaffer, H. B. (1997). Molecular phylogeography of the western pond turtle (clemmys marmorata): preliminary results. Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 2(4), 623–626.   
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Alacs, E. A., Hillyer, J. M., Georges, A., FitzSimmons, N. N., & Hughes, J. M. (2009). Development of microsatellite markers in the australasian snake-necked turtle chelodina rugosa and cross-species amplification. Molecular Ecology Resources, 9(1), 350–353.   
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Alacs, E. A. (2008). Forensics, phylogeography and population genetics: a case study using the australasian snake-necked turtle, chelodina rugosa. Unpublished thesis Doctor of Philosophy, University of Canberra, Canberra.   
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Alacs, E. A., & Scribner, K. D. (2007). Genetic issues in freshwater turtle and tortoise conservation. Chelonian Research Monographs, 4, 107–123.   
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Amato, G. D., Behler, J. L., Tryon, B. W., & Herman, D. W. , Molecular variation in the bog turtle, clemmys muhlenbergii. Unpublished paper presented at Proceedings: Conservation, restoration, and management of tortoises and turtles : an international conference.   
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Amato, G. D., Behler, J. L., Tryon, B. W., & Herman, D. W. , Molecular variation in the bog turtle, clemmys muhlenbergii. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1993 International Conference 11?16 July 1993, State University of New York at Purchase.   
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Amato, M. L. (2006). Phylogeography of glyptemys insculpta in relation to general herpetofaunal distribution patterns in eastern north america. Unpublished thesis MS, University of Guelph, Guelph.   
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Amer, S. A. M., & Sallam, F. A. E. (2006). Features of mitochondrial dna in african tortoise „geochelone pardalis“ and their phylogenetic implications. Journal of the Egyptian German Society of Zoology, 49C, 163–176.   
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Attum, O., Baha el Din, S. M., Carranza, S., Earley, R., Arnold, N. E., & Kingsbury, B. A. (2007). An evaluation of the taxonomic validity of testudo werneri. Amphibia-Reptilia, 28(3), 397–401.   
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Avise, J. C., Bowen, B. W., Lamb, T., Meylan, P. A., & Bermingham, E. (1992). Mitochondrial dna evolution at a turtle's pace: evidence for a low genetic variability and reduced microevolutionary rate in the testudines. Molecular and Biological Evolution, 9, 457–473.   
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Baggiano, O., Schmidt, D. J., & Hughes, J. M. (2011). Nine microsatellite markers for the australian side-necked turtle chelodina expansa (chelidae) and cross species amplifications. Marine Genomics, 4(4), 297–300.   
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Bailey, L. A., Dixon, J. R., & Hudson, R. (2008). Minimal genetic structure in the rio grande cooter (pseudemys gorzugi). Southwestern Naturalist, 53(3), 406–411.   
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Ballasina, D. P. L., Vandepitte, V., Mochi, E., & Fenwick, H. , La nécessité de réintroduction de geochelone sulcata nées en captivité. stratégies pour la gestion de groupes d'élevage en captivité. Paper presented at Second Congrès International sur la Conservation des Chéloniens, Saly, Senegal.   
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Balmer, O., Ciofi, C., Galbraith, D. A., Swingland, I. R., Zug, G. R., & Caccone, A. (2010). Population genetic structure of aldabra giant tortoises. Journal of Heredity, (epub. ahead of print).   
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Barley, A. J., Spinks, P. Q., Thomson, R. C., & Shaffer, B. H. (2010). Fourteen nuclear genes provide phylogenetic resolution for difficult nodes in the turtle tree of life. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 55(3), 1189–1194.   
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Barth, D., Bernhard, D., Fritzsch, G., & Fritz, U. (2004). The freshwater turtle genus mauremys (testudines, geoemydidae) a textbook example of an east-west disjunction or a taxonomic misconcept? Zoologica Scripta, 33(3), 213–221.   
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Barth, D., Bernhard, D., Guicking, D., Stöck, M., & Fritz, U. (2003). Is chinemys megalocephala fang, 1934 a valid species? Salamandra, 38(4), 233–244.   
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Belcheva, R. G., Soflanidou, T., & Psallidas, V. K. (1990). A karyological study of the tortoise testudo marginata. Amphibia-Reptilia, 11, 185–189.   
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Benavides, E., Russello, M., Boyer, D., Wiese, R. J., Kajdacsi, B., & Marquez, L., et al. (2011). Lineage identification and genealogical relationships among captive galápagos tortoises. Zoo Biology, 30((early view)).   
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Bertolero, A., Sampayo, M. M., & Pretus, J. L. , Diversity of haplotypes in minorcan populations of hermann’s tortoise. Paper presented at XIII Congreso Espanol.   
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