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Colson-Moon, J. C. (2003). Reproductive characteristics, multiple paternity and mating system in a central florida population of the gopher tortoise, gopherus polyphemus. Unpublished thesis MS, University of South Florida, Miami.   
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Congdon, J. D., Pappas, M., Brecke, B., & Capps, J. (2011). Conservation implications of initial orientation of naïve hatchling snapping turtles (chelydra serpentina) and painted turtles (chrysemys picta belli) dispersing from experimental nests. Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 10(1), 42–53.   
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Congdon, J. D., Gotte, S. W., & McDiarmid, R. W. (1993). Ontogenetic changes in habitat use by juvenile turtles (chelydra serpentina and chrysemys picta). Canadian Field Naturalist, 106(2), 241–248.   
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Cooper, J. E., & Williams, D. L. (1995). Veterinary perspectives and techniques in husbandry and research. In C. Warwick, F. L. Frye & J. B. Murphy (Eds.), (pp. 98–112). London: Chapman & Hall.   
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Costanzo, J. P., Litzgus, J. D., & Lee, R. E. (1999). Behavioral responses of hatchling painted turtles (chrysemys picta) and snapping turtles (chelydra serpentina) at subzero temperatures. Journal of Thermal Biology, 24, 161–166.   
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Cox, W. A., Nowak, M. C., & Marion, K. R. (1980). Observations on courtship and mating behavior in the musk turtle, sternotherus minor. Journal of Herpetology, 14(2), 200–204.   
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Crews, D., Wendy Lou, A. F., & Ogawa, S. (2006). From gene networks underlying sex determination and gonadal differentiation to the development of neural networks regulating sociosexual behavior. Brain Research, 1126(1), 109–121.   
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Culver, D. E. (1915). Box tortoise (terrapene carolina) swimming a creek. Copeia, 3(36 - 37).   
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Cunningham, P. L., & Simang, A. (2006). Psammobates oculiferus lying-up places. African Herp News, 41, 17.   
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Czernay, S. (1993). Spornschildkröten verteidigen ihren nistplatz. DATZ, 46 (10), 648–649.   
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Dall'Antonia, L., Lebboroni, M., Benvenuti, S., & Chelazzi, G. (2001). Data loggers to monitor activity in wild freshwater turtles. Ethology, Ecology, and Evolution, 13(1), 81–88.   
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van Damme, J., & Aerts, P. (1997). Kinematics and functional morphology of aquatic feeding in australian snake-necked turtles (pleurodira;chelodina). Journal of Morphology, 233(2), 113–125.   
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Das, I. (1988). Defensive behaviour in the indian roofed turtle kachuga tecta (gray). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 85 (1), 197–198.   
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Daubner, M. (2005). Kletternde sumpfschildkröte emys orbicularis. Schildkröten im Fokus, 2(4), 35.   
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Davenport, J., & Magill, S. H. (1996). Thermoregulation or osmotic control? some preliminary observations on the function of emersion in the diamondback terrapin malaclemys terrapin (latreille). Herpetological Journal, 8, 26–29.   
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Davenport, J., & Macedo, E. A. (1990). Behavioral osmotic control in the euryhaline diamondback terrapin malaclemys terrapin responses to low salinity and rainfall. Journal of Zoology, London, 220(3), 487–496.   
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Davenport, J., & Clough, W. (1985). The use of limbscales or "pseudoclaws" in food handling by young loggerhead turtles. Copeia, 1985, 786–788.   
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Davenport, J., Spikes, M., Thornton, S. M., & Kelly, B. O. (1992). Crab-eating in the diamondback terrapin malaclemys terrapin (latreille): dealing with dangerous prey. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 72(4), 835–848.   
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Davis, J. D., & Jackson, C. G. (1973). Notes on the courtship of a captive male chrysemys scripta taylori. Herpetologica, 29(1), 62–64.   
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Davis, K. M., & Burghardt, G. M. (2012). Long-term retention of visual tasks by two species of emydid turtles, pseudemys nelsoni and trachemys scripta. Journal of comparative psychology, (epub. ahead of print).   
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