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1 Adams, R. 1924. Harpooning the largest turtle. Field & Stream 29(7):30–31.
2 Anonymous. 1989. Sea turtle strandings increase in Southeast USA. Marine Turtle Newsletter No. 44:12–13.
3 Anonymous. 2001. Stewing about a turtle. Herp Herald, Newsletter of the Gainesville Herpetological Society 18(3):6–7.
4 Appelson, G. 2000. Leatherbacks and shrimp—a deadly recipe. Herp Herald, Newsletter of the Gainesville Herpetological Society 17(1):13, 18.
5 Audubon, J. J. 1926. The turtlers. Pages 194–202 in Delineations of American scenery and character. G. A. Baker, New York, New York, USA.
6 Bacon, P. R., F. Berry, K. Bjorndal, H. Hirth, L. Ogren, and M. Weber, editors. 1984. Proceedings of the western Atlantic turtle symposium. RSMAS Publication, Miami, Florida, USA. Volume 1, 306pp.; Volume 2, 318pp.; Volume 3, 514pp.
7 Bullis, H. R., Jr., and S. B. Drummond. 1978. Sea turtle captures of the southeastern United States by exploratory fishing vessels 1950–1976. Pages 45–50 in G. E. Henderson, editor. Proceedings of the Florida and interregional conference on sea turtles. Florida Marine Research Publication No. 33.
8 Caldwell, D. K. 1960. Sea turtles of the United States. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fisheries Leaflet No. 492. 20pp.
9 Committee on Sea Turtle Conservation. 1990. Decline of the sea turtles: causes and prevention. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., USA. 259pp.
10 Mager, A., Jr. 1985. Five-year status reviews of sea turtles listed under the Endangered Species Act of 1973. National Marine Fisheries Service, Washington, D.C., USA. 90pp.
11 Monk, J. F. 1991. Sea turtles and the Cedar Key turtle fishery; compiled for Cedar Key Historical Museum Research Library. J. F. Monk, Miami, Florida, USA. 210pp.
12 National Research Council. 1990. Decline of the sea turtles: causes and prevention. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. 280pp
13 Philcox, P., and B. Boe. 1999. The Sunshine State almanac and book of Florida-related stuff. Pineapple Press, Sarasota, Florida, USA. 354pp.
14 Poole, L. K. 1987. Turtles and TEDs. ENFO (Florida Conservation Foundation) 87(2):1–5.
15 Possardt, E. E. 1991. A conservation program for sea turtles in the southeastern continental United States. Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science 62:35–47.
16 Ross, J. P. 1995. Historical decline of loggerhead, ridley, and leatherback sea turtles. Pages 189–195 in K. A. Bjorndal, editor. Biology and conservation of sea turtles. Revised edition. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
17 Rudloe, J. 1979. Time of the turtle. Penguin Books, New York, New York, USA. 273pp.
18 Samek, K. 2001. Seaquarium workers eat endangered sea turtles after it dies from injuries. Marine Turtle Newsletter No. 93:45.
19 Van Meter, V. B. n.d. Florida's sea turtles. Florida Power and Light Company, Miami, Florida, USA. 46pp.
20 Wells, P., and S. Bellmund. 1990. Sea turtle activity in the Florida Keys 1980–1989. Pages 25–28 in T. H. Richardson, J. I. Richardson, and M. Donnelly, compilers. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Workshop on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFC-278.
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