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Allen, R. E. (1950). Sounds produced by the suwannee terrapin. Copeia, 1950(1), 62.   
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Art, J. J., Fettiplace, R., & Crawford, A. C. (1984). Synaptic hyperpolarization and inhibition of turtle cochlear hair cells. Journal of Physiology, 356, 525–550.   
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Bartol, S. M., Musick, J. A., & Lenhardt, M. L. (1999). Auditory evoked potentials of the loggerhead sea turtle (caretta caretta). Copeia, 1999(3), 836–840.   
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Bartol, S. M., Barnard, M. L. L. D., Keinath, J., & Musick, J. A. (1993). Marine turtle auditory behavior (abstract). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 93(4), 2378.   
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Bartol, S. M. (2008). A review of auditory function of sea turtles. Bioacoustics, 17(1-3, Special issue: International Conference on the Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life, Nyborg, Denmark, August 13-17, 2007), 57–59.   
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Bowles, A. E., & Eckert, S. (1997). Desert tortoises (gopherus agassizii) lack an acoustic startle response: implications for studies of noise effects (abstract). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 102(5), 3176.   
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Bowles, A. E., Wolski, L., Berg, E., & Yochem, P. K. (1999). Measurement of impulse noise-induced temporary threshold shift in endangered and protected animals—two case studies (abstract). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 105(2), 932.   
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Campbell, H. W., & Evans, W. E. (1967). Sound production in two species of tortoises. Herpetologica, 23(3), 204–209.   
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Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., Brandt, C., Willis, K. L., Christensen, C. B., Ketten, D. R., & Edds-Walton, P., et al. (2012). Specialization for underwater hearing by the tympanic middle ear of the turtle, trachemys scripta elegans. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 279(1739), 2816–2824.   
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Cook, S. L., & Forrest, T. G. (2005). Sounds produced by nesting leatherback sea turtles (dermochelys coriacea). Herpetological Review, 36(4), 387–390.   
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Crawford, A. C., & Fettiplace, R. (1981). An electrical tuning mechanism in turtle cochlear hair cells. Journal of Physiology, 312(1), 377–412.   
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Crawford, A. C., & Fettiplace, R. (1980). The frequency selectivity of auditory nerve fibres and hair cells in the cochlea of the turtle. Journal of Physiology, 306, 79–125.   
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Crawford, A. C., & Fettiplace, R. (1981). Non-linearities in the responses of turtle hair cellsnon-linearities in the responses of turtle hair cells. Journal of Physiology, 315(1), 317–338.   
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De Sola, C. (1931). Sex determination in a species of the kinosternidae, with notes on sound production in reptiles. Copeia, 1931(3), 124–125.   
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Delaney, D. K., Pater, L. L., Radzio, T., Hackler, J. C., Walde, A., & Hinderliter, M. G. (2007). Response of gopher tortoises to military training operations: preliminary data (abstract). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 122(5), 3058.   
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Drakontides, A. B., & Browner, R. H. (1986). Ultrastructural features of the ventromedial region of the laminar nucleus in the red-eared turtle (chrysemys scripta elegans). The Journal of Comparative Neurology, 248(4), 555–572.   
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Farris, H. E., LeBlanc, C. L., Goswami, J., & Ricci, A. J. (2004). Probing the pore of the auditory hair cell mechanotransducer channel in turtle. Journal of Physiology, 558(3), 769–792.   
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Ferrara, C. R., Vogt, R. C., Sousa-Lima, R. S., Tardio, B. M. R., & Bernardes, V. C. D. (2014). Sound communication and social behavior in an amazonian river turtle (podocnemis expansa). Herpetologica, 70(2), 149–156.   
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Ferrara, C. R., Vogt, R. C., & Sousa-Lima, R. S. (2012). Turtle vocalizations as the first evidence of posthatching parental care in chelonians. Journal of comparative psychology, (online first).   
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Fettiplace, R., Ricci, A. J., & Hackney, C. M. (2001). Clues to the cochlear amplifier from the turtle ear. Trends in Neurosciences, 24(3), 169–175.   
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