*The papers listed below pertain to map turtles or have been referenced in map turtle publications.
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Emerson, D. N. 1967. Preliminary study of the liver lip[ids and glycogen, and blood sugar levels in the turtle Graptemys pseudogeographica (Gray) from South Dakota. Herpetologica 23:68-70.
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Ennen, J.R., J.E. Lovich, B.R. Kreiser, W.W. Selman, II, and C.P. Qualls. 2010. Genetic and morphological variation between populations of the Pascagoula Map Turtle (Graptemys gibbonsi) in the Pearl and Pascagoula Rivers with description of a new species. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 9:98–113.
Ennen, J.R., M.E. Kalis, A.L. Patterson, B.R. Kreiser, J.E. Lovich, J. Godwin, and C.P. Qualls. 2014. Clinal variation or validation of a subspecies? A case study with the Graptemys nigrinoda complex (Testudines: Emydidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111:810-822.
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Ennen, J. E., W. Selman, and B. R. Kreiser. 2007. Graptemys gibbonsi (Pascagoula map turtle): Diet. Herpetological Review 38:200.
Ernst, C. H. 1973. The distribution of the turtles of Minnesota. Journal of Herpetology 7:42-47.
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Ernst, E. M., and C. H. Ernst. 1977. Synopsis of helminths endoparasitic in native turtles of the United States. Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society 13:1-75.
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Ewert, M. A. 1989. Field Survey of the False Map Turtle Group and the Hieroglyphic Cooter in Southwestern Indiana. Unpublished Report to he Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Fish and Wildlife Non-game and Endangered Wildlife Program, Indianapolis.
Ewert, M. A., J. S. Doody, and J. L. Carr. 1989. Graptemys ouachitensis sabinensis (Sabine map turtle). Reproduction. Herpetological Review 35:382-383.
Ewert, M. A., C. R. Etchberger, and C. E. Nelson. 2004. Turtle sex-determining modes and TSD patterns, and some TSD pattern correlates. Pages 21-32 in N. Valenzuela and V. Lance (Eds.), Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination in Vertebrates. Smithsonian Books, Washington D.C.
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Ewert, M. A., P. C. H. Pritchard, and G. E. Wallace. 2006. Graptemys barbouri – Barbour’s map turtle. Chelonian Research Monographs 3:260-272.
Fehrenbach, A. K., I. Locque, S. L. McFadden, C. Huntzinger, E. Lyons, S. H. Shively, W. Selman, and P. V. Lindeman. 2016 . Habitat-related variation in body size and reproductive output and an examination of reproductive allometry in the Sabine map turtle (Graptemys sabinensis) across three river drainages. Copeia 104:458–468.
Flaherty, N. C. 1982. Home Range, Movement, and Habitat Selection in a Population of Map Turtle, Graptemys geographica (Le Sueur), in Southwestern Quebec. Unpublished M. S. thesis, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Flaherty, N. C., and J. R. Bider. 1984. Physical structures and the social factor as determinants of habitat use by Graptemys geographica in southwestern Quebec. American Midland Naturalist 111:259-266.
Folkerts, G. W. and R. H. Mount. 1969. New subspecies of the turtle Graptemys nigrinoda Cagle. 1969:677 – 682.
Folkerts, G. W. and R. H. Mount. 1970. Reply to H. L. Freeman’s comments on: A new subspecies of turtle: Graptemys nigrinoda Cagle. Herpetological Review 2(3):3-4.
Fontenot, C. L., Jr. 2004. Cajun-french common names for Louisiana amphibians and reptiles. Herpetological Review 35:337-338.
Fratto, Z. W., V. A. Barko, and J. S. Scheibe. 2008. Development and efficacy of a bycatch reduction device for Wisconsin-type fyke nets deployed in freshwater systems. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 7:205-212.
Fratto, Z. W., V. A. Barko, P. R. Pitts, and S. L. Sheriff. 2008. Evaluation of turtle exclusion device and escapement devices for hoop-nets. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1628-1633.
Freedberg, S., M. A. Ewert, and C. E. Nelson. 2001. Environmental effects on fitness and consequences for sex allocation in a reptile with environmental sex determination. Evolutionary Ecology Research 3:953-967.
Freedberg, S., M. A. Ewert, B. J. Ridenhour, M. Neiman, and C. E. Nelson. 2005. Nesting fidelity and molecular evidence for natal homing in the freshwater turtle, Graptemys kohnii, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 272:1345-1350.
Freedburg, S., and E. M. Myers. 2012. Cytonuclear equilibrium following interspecific introgression in a turtle lacking sex chromosomes. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106:405-417.
Freedburg, S., A. L. Stumpf, M. A. Ewert, and C. E. Nelson. 2004. Developmental environment has long-lasting effects of behavioral performance in two turtles with environmental sex determination. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6:739-747.
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Frum, W. G. 1947. Graptemys geographica in West Virginia. Copeia 1947:211.
Funk, D. J., and K. E. Omland. 2003. Species-level paraphyly and polyphyly: Frequency, causes and consequences, with insights from animal mitochondrial DNA. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 34:397-423.
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Gaffney, E. S., and P. A. Meylan. 1988. A phylogeny of turtles. Pages 157-219. in M. J. Benton (Ed.) The Phylogeny and Classification of the Tetropods, Volume 1: Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds. Clarendon Press, Oxford, United Kingdom.
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Hartson, C. A., E.L. Ilgen, O. S. Zaleski, and P. V. Lindeman. 2014. Effects of channelization on Sabine map turtle habitat in the Mermentau River drainage, Louisiana: use of original vs. new channels. Southeastern Naturalist 13:119–127.
Haynes, D. and R. R. McKown. 1974. A new species of map turtle (genus Graptemys) from the Guadalupe River system in Texas. Tulane Studies in Zoology and Botany 18:143 – 152.
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Jones, R. L. 1996. Home range and seasonal movements of the turtle Graptemys flavimaculata. Journal of Herpetology 30:376-385.
Jones, R. L. and W. Selman. 2009. Graptemys oculifera (Baur 1890) – Ringed map turtle, ringed sawback. In A. G. J. Rhodin, P. C. H. Pritchard, vanDijk P. P., R. A. Saumure, K. A. Buhlmann, J. B. Iverson, R. A. Mittermeier (Eds). Conservation Biology of Freshwater Turtles and Tortoises: A Compilation Projection of the IUCN/SSC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group. Chelonian Research Monographs No. 5, pp -033.1-033.8.
Killebrew, F. C. 1991a. A petition for threatened status listing of Graptemys caglei (Testudines, Emydidae). Letter to U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Corpus Christi Ecological Services Field Office. April 8, 1991, 15 p.
Killebrew, F. C. 1991b. Habitat characteristics and feeding ecology of Graptemys caglei within the proposed Cuero and Lindenau Reservoir sites. Unpublished report prepared for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department under interagency contract with the Texas Water Development Board, 15 p.
Killebrew, F. C. 1992. U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service Scope. A synopsis of information on Graptemys caglei. Unpublished report for U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Austin, Texas, 10 p.
Killebrew, F. C. and J. B. Babitzke. 1996. Population analysis and nesting study of Cagle’s map turtle. Unpublished Report to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Washington D.C.
Lahanas, P. N. 1982. Aspects of the Life History of the Southern Black-knobbed sawback, Graptemys nigrinoda delticola Folkerts and Mount. Unpublished M. S. thesis, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.
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Lehmann, W. 1979. Food habits exhibited in Graptemys caglei and Graptemys versa. Unpublished honor’s thesis. West Texas State University, Canyon, Texas. 19 p.
Lindeman, P. V. 1998. Of deadwood and map turtles (Graptemys): An analysis of species status for five species in three river drainages using replicated spotting-scope counts of basking turtles. Linnaeus Fund research report. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 3:137-141.
Lindeman, P. V. 1999. Surveys of basking map turtles Graptemys spp. in three river drainages and the importance of deadwood abundance. Biological Conservation 88:33-42.
Lindeman, P. V. 1999. Aggressive interactions during basking among four species of emydid turtles. Journal of Herpetology 33:214-219.
Lindeman, P. V. 1999. Growth curves for Graptemys, with a comparison to other emydid turtles. American Midland Naturalist 142:141-151.
Lindeman, P. V. 2000. Evolution of the relative width of the head and alveolar surface in map turtles (Testudines: Emydidae: Graptemys). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 69:549-576.
Lindeman, P. V. 2000. Resource use of five sympatric turtle species: Effects of competition, phylogeny, and morphology. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78:992-1008.
Lindeman, P. V., and M. J. Sharkey. 2001. Comparative analyses of functional relationships in the evolution of trophic morphology in the map turtles (Emydidae: Graptemys). Herpetologica 57:313-318.
Lindeman, P. V. 2001. Investigations of the ecology of Graptemys versa and Pseudemys texana in south central Texas. Linnaeus Fund research report. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 4:223-224.
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