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Morjan, C. L. (2002). Egg size, incubation temperature, and posthatching growth in painted turtles (chrysemys picta). Journal of Herpetology, 36(2), 308–311.   
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Turtles in the home aquarium. (1962). No. 91Department Interior of the United States, Fish and Service, Branch of Fish Wildlife and Hatcheries.   
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9849. (1992). Habitat use by wood turtles in central pennsylvania. Journal of Herpetology, 26(3), 315–321.   
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Florencio, M., Diaz-Paniagua, C., & Hidalgo-Vila, J. , Diet composition of the exotic turtle trachemys scripta elegans from naturalized populations in southern spain. Paper presented at XIII Congreso Espanol.   
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Paukstis, G. L. (1991). A preliminary test of the adaptive significance of environmental sex determination in reptiles. Evolution, 45, 435–440.   
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Warner, D. A. (2009). Parent–offspring conflict and selection on egg size in turtles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22, 2222–2230.   
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Tucker, J. K., & Paukstis, G. L. (2000). Experimental analysis of an early life-history stage: avian predation selects for larger body size of hatchling turtles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 13(6), 947–954.   
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Diaz-Paniagua, C., & Hidalgo-Vila, J. (2008). The reproductive ecology of exotic trachemys scripta elegans in an invaded area of southern europe. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 18(7), 1302–1310.   
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16617. (1993). A ranching project for freshwater turtles in costa rica. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 1 (1, 48.   
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Ast, J. C., & Paukstis, G. L. (1995). Influence of the hydric environment and clutch on eggs and embryos of two sympatric map turtles. Functional Ecology, 9, 913–922.   
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Paukstis, G. L., & Brodie, E. D. (1992). Observations on basking behavior of hatchling turtles in the wild. Journal of Herpetology, 26 (2), 217–219.   
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Take care of your box tortoise. . New Barn Farmhouse, Toft Road, Kingston, Cambs., CB37NS, Great Britain: Tortoise Shelter.   
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Wilson, M. E., Tucker, J. K., & Ford, S. P. (2002). Experimental manipulation of steroid concentrations in circulation and in egg yolks of turtles. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 293, 58–66.   
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9849. (1986). Stomping for earthworms by wood turtles, clemmys insculpta: a newly discovered foraging technique. Copeia, 1986, 1001–1004.   
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Tucker, J. K., & Paukstis, G. L. (2007). Experimental analysis of an early life-history stage: direct or indirect selection on body size of hatchling turtles? Functional Ecology, 21(1), 162–170.   
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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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9849. (1995). Home ranges and movements of wood turtles, clemmys insculpta, in central pennsylvania. Copeia, 1995(1), 22–27.   
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9849. (1992). The social behavior of wood turtles, clemmys insculpta, in central pennsylvania. Herpetological Monographs, 6, 1–24.   
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Wilson, M. E., Tucker, J. K., & Ford, S. P. (1998). Endogenous yolk steroid hormones in turtles with different sex-determining mechanisms. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 111(3), 306–317.   
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Phillips, P. C. (2006). Mini review: exploring the evolution of environmental sex determination, especially in reptiles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 19(6), 1775–1784.   
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