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Martínez-Silvestre, A., & Mateu de Antonio, E. M. (1997). Bacteriological features of rhinitis in captive greek tortoises, testudo graeca. Bulletin of the Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians, 7(2), 12–15.   
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Mathes, K. A. (2003). Untersuchungen zum vorkommen von mykoplasmen und herpesviren bei freilebenden und in gefangenschaft gehaltenen mediterranen landschildkröten (testudo hermanni, testudo graeca graeca und testudo graeca ibera) in frankreich und marokko. Unpublished thesis.   
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Mathes, K. A., Blahak, S., Jacobson, E. R., Braun, D. R., Schumacher, I. M., & Fertard, B. , Investigations for mycoplasma and herpesvirus in european terrestrial tortoises in france. Paper presented at Proceedings of the International Congress on Testudo Genus, 2001.   
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McAllister, C. T., Lenington, R., & Tucker, S. J. (1995). Notes on the general ecology of cryptosporidium spp. The Vivarium, 7 (3), 10–12.   
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McCoy, E. D., Mushinsky, H. R., & Lindzey, J. (2007). Conservation strategies and emergent diseases: the case of upper respiratory tract disease in the gopher tortoise. Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 6(2), 170–176.   
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McCoy, E. D. (2008). A data aggregation problem in studies of upper respiratory tract disease of the gopher tortoise. Herpetological Review, 39(4), 419–422.   
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McKlveen, T. L., Jones, J. C., & Holladay, S. D. (2000). Radiographic diagnosis: aural abscesses in a box turtle. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound, 41(5), 419–421.   
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McLaughlin, G. S. (1997). Upper respiratory tract disease in gopher tortoises, gopherus polyphemus: pathology, immune responses, transmission, and implications for conservation and management. Unpublished thesis Ph.D. University of Florida.   
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McLaughlin, G. S., Brown, D. R., Brown, M. B., Schumacher, I. M., & Jacobson, E. R. (1996). Mycoplasmosis of tortoises.   
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McLeod, D. (1994). Observations of growth after injury in the slider turtle, trachemys scripta elegans. Herpetological Review, 25(3), 116–117.   
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Merchán Fornelino, M., Porsmoguer, S. B., Aguirre, J. T., Martínez-Silvestre, A., López, M. P., & Domínguez, M. D. A. (2010). Tortugas marinas de la comunidad valenciana: conservación y manejo clínico Vol. Volumen II. Madrid: Publiequipo.   
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Metger, D. E. (1958). Neomycin, acromycin and their administration in treatment of a respiratory ailment in a tortoise. Herpetologica, 14, 56.   
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Michael-Marler, S., Brown, M. B., & Seibling, R. (1983). Eradication of arizona hinshawii from artificially infected turtle eggs. Appl. and Environ. Biol., 45, 748–754.   
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Mislin, V., & Eberling, G. (2007). Haltung von kinixys belliana belliana gray, 1831 von madagaskar im zeitraum 2000 bis 2006. Radiata, 16(4), 28–32.   
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Mitchell, J. C., & McAvoy, B. V. (1990). Enteritic bacteria in natural populations of freshwater turtles in virginia. Virginia Journal of Science, 41(3), 233–242.   
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Mitchell, M. A., Adamson, T. W., Singleton, C. B., Roundtree, M. K., Bauer, R. W., & Acierno, M. J. (2007). Evaluation of a combination of sodium hypochlorite and polyhexamethylene biguanide as an egg wash for red-eared slider turtles (trachemys scripta elegans) to suppress or eliminate salmonella organisms on egg surfaces and in hatchlings. American Journal of Veterinary Research, 68(2), 158–164.   
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Mitchell, M. (2011). Zoonotic diseases associated with reptiles and amphibians: an update. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, 14(3), 439–456.   
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Mohammadpour, H. A., Tracy, C. R., Redelman, D., duPré, S. A., & Hunter, K. W. (2010). Flow cytometric method for quantifying viable mycoplasma agassizii, an agent of upper respiratory tract disease in the desert tortoise (gopherus agassizii). Letters in Applied Microbiology, (early view).   
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Monagas, W. R., & Gatten, R. E. (1983). Behavioural fever in the turtles terrapene carolina and chrysemys picta. Journal of Thermal Biology, 8(3), 285–288.   
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Monzón Moreno, C., Ojeda Vargas, M. M., Echeita, A., & Usera, M. A. (1995). Occurrence ofsalmonella in cold-blooded animals in gran canaria, canary islands, spain. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, 68(3), 191–194.   
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