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Data do documentoTítuloAutor(es)
2014First Evidence of Leatherback Turtle ( Dermochelys coriacea ) Embryos and Hatchlings Emitting SoundsFerrara, Camila R.; Richard Carl Vogt; HARFUSH, MARTHA R.; SOUSA-LIMA, RENATA S.; ALBAVERA, ERNESTO; TAVERA, ALEJANDRO
2011History of Turtle Exploitation and Management Techniques to Conserve Turtles in the Rio Negro Basin of the Brazilian AmazonALESSANDRO VALDEZ GUILHON; Larissa Schneider Guilhon; Burger, Joanna; Richard Carl Vogt; Ferrara, Camila R.
2011Nesting Ecology and Nest Predation of Phrynops geoffroanus (Testudines, Chelidae) in the Guaporé River of the Brazilian and Bolivian AmazonLarissa Schneider Guilhon; Larissa Schneider Guilhon; VOGT, R.C.; GUILHON, ALESSANDRO V.; Ferrara, Camila R.; GUILHON, ALESSANDRO VALDEZ; Richard Carl Vogt
1994Reproduction Of The Cabeçudo, Peltocephalus Dumerilianus, In The Biological Reserve Of Rio Trombetas, BrazilRichard Carl Vogt
1999Nesting ecology of Podocnemis sextuberculata (Testudines, Pelomedusidae) in the Japurá River, Amazonas, BrazilRichard Carl Vogt; Juarez Carlos Brito Pezzutti
2008Nesting Ecology of Podocnemis erythrocephala (Testudines, Podocnemididae) of the Rio Negro, Amazonas, BrazilAlexandre Milaré Batistella; Richard Carl Vogt
1997Use of space by the turtle Phrynops in an isolated reserve in central Amazonia, BrazilRichard Carl Vogt; W E Magnusson; A Cardosa de Lima; V Lopes da Costa
2006Seasonal movements of Podocnemis sextuberculata (Testudines : Podocnemididae) in the Mamiraua Sustainable Development Reserve, Amazonas, BrazilAugusto Fachín Terán; Richard Carl Vogt; John Thorbjarnarson
2011Nesting Ecology and Nest Predation of Phrynops geoffroanus (Testudines, Chelidae) in the GuaporeŽ River of the Brazilian and Bolivian AmazonLarissa Schneider; Camila Rudge Ferrara; Richard Carl Vogt; ALESSANDRO VALDEZ GUILHON
1994Temperature controlled sex determination as a tool for turtle conservatonRichard Carl Vogt