Bibliography

Dermatemys mawii publications – this is not comprehensive, as we are adding to the site regularly.

 

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García Anleu, R., R. Vogt, R. Balas McNab, J. Moreira, G. Ponce Santizo, M. Mérida, G. Ruano, E. González, E. Muñoz, M. Córdova y B. Bosarreyes. 2010. Where Do They Go? Determining the Spatial and Habitat
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Marlin, J. 2013. Local Belize Businesses Step Up to Support Hicatee Conservation. Turtle Survival, 47-48.

Marlin, J. 2012. Hicatee Conservation Research Center Takes Shape in Belize. Turtle Survival, 46-47.

Mendyk, R. W. and B. Eisele. 2016. Preliminary notes on caudal prehensility in the Hicatee, Dermatemys mawii (Testudines: Dermatemydidae). Mesoamerican Herpetology 3 (4): 1026-1029

Mendyk, R. W., and D. C. Smith. 2016. Nature Notes. Dermatemys mawii Gray, 1847. Longevity. Mesoamerican Herpetology 3: 477–478.

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Moll, D. 1986. Food habits and evidence of spring bank nesting in Belizean Dermatemys mawei. Abstracts of the Joint Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles and Herpetologists’ League 97. Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield.

Moll, D. 1986. The distribution, status, and level of exploitation of the freshwater turtle Dermatemys mawii in Belize, Central America. Biological Conservation 35: 87-96.

Moll, D. 1986. Food habitats and evidences of spring bank nesting in Belizean Dermatemys mawii. In Joint Meeting of Amphibians y Reptiles and the Herpetologist League. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. St. Louis, Missouri, EEUU. & JL García-Calderón (eds.). Las aguas interiores de México: Conceptos y Casos. AGT, México, DF, México (p. 97)

Moll, D. 1989. Food and feeding behavior of the turtle, Dermatemys mawii, in Belize. Journal of Herpetology 23(4): 445-447.

Morales, J. 2009. Estimación de diferencias morfométricas de la tortuga blanca (Dermatemys mawii) a lo largo de su distribución. Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología–CONCYT-Guatemala

Platt, S.G. And Rainwater, T.R. 2011. Predation by neotropical otters (Lontra longicaudis) on turtles in Belize. IUCN Otter Specialist Group Bulletin 28:4–10.

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Polisar, J. 1990. Exploitation and management of the Central America River Turtle, Dermatemys mawii. Belize. Tortoise & Turtles, 5, 12-13

Polisar, J. 1992. Reproductive biology and exploitation of the Central American River Turtle Dermatemys mawii in Belize. M.S. Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Polisar, J. 1994. New legislation for the protection and management of Dermatemys mawii in Belize, Central America. Herpetological Review 25(2): 47-48.

Polisar, J. 1995. River Turtle reproductive demography and exploitation patterns in Belize: implications for management. Vida Silvestre Neotropical 4(1): 10-19.

Polisar, J. 1996. Reproductive biology of a flood-season nesting freshwater turtle of the northern Neotropics: Dermatemys mawii in Belize. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 2(1): 13-25.

Polisar, J. 1997. Effects of exploitation on Dermatemys mawii populations in northern Belize and conservation strategies for rural riverside villages. In: Van Abbema, J. (Ed.). Proceedings:
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