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Abella, E., Marco, A., & Lopez-Jurado, J. F. (2007). Success of delayed translocation of loggerhead turtle nests. Journal of Wildlife Management, 71(7), 2290–2296.   
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Ahrens, W. , Observations regarding captive husbandy of kinixys spekii and kinixys belliana nogueyi - abstract. Unpublished paper presented at Program and Abstracts of the Tenth Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles.   
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Al-Bahry, S. N., Mahmoud, I. Y., Melghit, K., & Al-Amri, I. (2011). Analysis of elemental composition of the eggshell before and after incubation in the loggerhead turtle (caretta caretta) in oman. Microscopy and Microanalysis, 17(3), 452–460.   
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Alvine, T., Rhen, T., & Crossley, D. A. (2012). Temperature-dependent sex determination modulates cardiovascular maturation in embryonic snapping turtles, chelydra serpentina. Journal of Experimental Biology, (online first).   
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Anderson, P. K. (1958). The photic responses and water-approach behavior of hatchling turtles. Copeia, 1958(1), 211–215.   
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Badenhorst, D., Stanyon, R., Engstrom, T., & Valenzuela, N. (2013). A zz/zw microchromosome system in the spiny softshell turtle, apalone spinifera, reveals an intriguing sex chromosome conservation in trionychidae. Chromosome Research, (epub. ahead of print).   
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Baker, P. J., Costanzo, J. P., Iverson, J. B., & Lee, R. E. (2013). Seasonality and interspecific and intraspecific asynchrony in emergence from the nest by hatchling freshwater turtles. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 91(7), 451–461.   
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Banger, N., Blouin-Demers, G., Bulté, G., & Lougheed, S. (2013). More sires may enhance offspring fitness in northern map turtles, graptemys geographica. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 91, 581–588.   
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de Barros Molina, F., & Gomes, N. (1998). Incubação artificial dos ovos e processo de eclosão em trachemys dorbignyi (duméril & bibron) (reptilia, testudines, emydidae). Revista Brasileira de Zoologia, 15(1), 135–143.   
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Baumgardt, L. L. (1997). Temperature-dependent sex determination: Factors affecting sex allocation in a northern population of snapping turtles. Unpublished thesis , University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.   
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Becker, H. (2013). Zwillingsanlage bei cuora galbinifrons (bourret, 1939). Radiata, 22(2), 23–25.   
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Beggs, K. E. (1998). Embryonic development of the pig-nosed turtle, carettochelys insculpta, under constant and fluctuating temperature regimes. Unpublished thesis , University of Canberra.   
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Bidmon, H.-J. (2012). Hamiltons gesetz, selektion nach dem verwandtschaftsgrad oder gar altruistisches verhalten bei spaltenschildkröten, malacochersus tornieri? – eine beobachtung zum sozialverhalten. Schildkröten im Fokus, 9(2), 3–26.   
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Bidmon, H.-J. (2013). Zusammenfassung wissenschaftlicher arbeiten: Selleri, p., n. di girolamo & r. melidone (2013): cystoscopic sex identification of posthatchling chelonians. - journal of the american veterinary medical association 242: 1744-1750. Schildkröten im Fokus, 10(3), 15–16.   
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Bodensteiner, B., L., Mitchell, T. S., & Strickland, J. T. , Do hydric conditions during embryonic development in the field influence phenotypes of neonatal painted turtles? Unpublished paper presented at SICB 2014 Meeting.   
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Bogdaszewska, Z. (2008). European pond turtle emys orbicularis (linnaeus, 1758) - occurence in north-eastern poland (warminsko-mazurski province). Acta Biologica Universitātes Daugavpiliensis, 8(1), 57–62.   
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Bona, M., Novotný, M., Danko, S., & Buresova, A. (2012). Headstarting in a small population of european pond turtles (emys orbicularis) in central european conditions: First results. Herpetology Notes, 5, 547–550.   
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Bowden, R. M., Carter, A. W., & Paitz, R. T. (2014). Constancy in an inconstant world: Moving beyond constant temperatures in the study of reptilian incubation. Integrative and Comparative Biology, advance access.   
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Bowden, R. M., & Paitz, R. T. , The importance of fluctuating temperatures for offspring phenotype in turtles with temperature-dependent sex determination. Unpublished paper presented at SICB 2014 Meeting.   
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Brejcha, J., Cizelj, I., Maric, D., Smid, J., Vamberger, M., & Sadnda, R. (2014). First records of the soft-shelled turtle, pelodiscus sinensis (wiegmann, 1834), in the balkans. Herpetozoa, 26(3), 74.   
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