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Belzer, W. R. (1999). Eastern box turtle aggression. Box Turtle Research and Conservation Newsletter, 8, 13–14.   
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Belzer, W. R. (1999). Water-seeking box turtles. Box Turtle Research and Conservation Newsletter, 8.   
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Benini, D. (2010). Studio del display comportamentale del maschio di testudo hermanni hermanni in funzione della sua motivazione all’accoppiamento e del suo successo di monta. Unpublished thesis , Università degli Studi di Firenze, Firenze.   
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Berry, K. H. (1986). Desert tortoise (gopherus agassizii) relocation: implications of social behavior and movements. Herpetologica, 42(1), 113–125.   
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Berry, K. H., Anderson, K., Bailey, T. Y., Demmon, A., & Woodard, R. , A progress report on male social behavior: dominance hierarchies, aggression, and courtship. Paper presented at 30 th Annual Meeting and Symposium of the Desert Tortoise Council.   
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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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Bettaso, J. B., Ashton, D. T., Welsh, H. H., & Sullivan, R. M. (2006). Basking patterns and thermal regulatioy behaviors of western pond turtles (clemmys marmorata): comparing responses to thermal regimes in dammed and undammed tributaries of the trinity river. Northwestern Naturalist, 87(2), 155.   
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Bettelheim, M. P. (2009). Actinemys (= clemmys) marmorata (western pond turtle). courtship behavior. Herpetological Review, 40(2), 212–213.   
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Bidmon, H.-J. (2004). Laub und tropische landschildkröten: eine beobachtung. Schildkröten im Fokus, 1(3), 11–16.   
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Bitterman, M. E. (1964). An instrumental technique for the turtle. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 7(2), 189–190.   
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Bjorndal, K. A., & Bolten, A. B. (1992). Body size and digestive efficiency in a herbivorous freshwater turtle: advantages of small bite size. Physiological zoology, 65(5), 1028–1039.   
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Bjorndal, K. A. (1986). Effect of solitary vs group feeding on intake in pseudemys nelsoni. Copeia, 1986, 234–235.   
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Black, J. H. (1976). Observations on the courtship behavior of the desert tortoise. Western North American Naturalist, 36(4), 467–470.   
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Blackwell, K. (1966). Coital behaviour of the african tortoise kinixys erosa. British Journal of Herpetology.   
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Boarman, W. I., Goodlett, T., Goodlett, G., & Hamilton, P. (1998). Review of radio transmitter attachment techniques for turtle research and recommendations for improvement. Herpetological Review, 29(1), 26–28.   
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Boggs, A. S. P., Botteri, N. L., Hamlin, H. J., & Guillette, L. J. (2011). Chapter 14 - endocrine disruption of reproduction in reptiles. In D. Norris & K. Lopez (Eds.), Hormones and Reproduction of Vertebrates Vol. 3 - Reptiles, (pp. 373–396). San Diego: Elsevier.   
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Boglioli, M. D., Guyer, C., & Michener, W. K. (2003). Mating opportunities of female gopher tortoises, gopherus polyphemus, in relation to spatial isolation of females and their burrows. Copeia, 2003(4), 846–850.   
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Boice, R., Quanty, C. B., & Williams, R. C. (1974). Competition and possible dominance in turtles, toads, and frogs. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 86(6), 1116–1131.   
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Boice, R. (1970). Competitive feeding behaviours in captive terrapene carolina carolina. Animal Behaviour, 18, 703–710.   
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Bonnet, X., Lagarde, F., Henen, B. T., Corbin, J., Nagy, K. A., & Naulleau, G., et al. (2001). Sexual dimorphism in steppe tortoises (testudo horsfieldii): influence of the environment and sexual selection on body shape and mobility. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 72(3), 357–372.   
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