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Turtle and Tortoise Newsletter
Number 7 February 2004

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Clarification to Speckled Padloper Article.
Mock Turtles: An Alternative Perspective. - Peter C. H. Pritchard
The Final Point. - Bern W. Tryon
Private Lands, Public Access, and the Conservation Status of Graptemys versa. - Peter V. Lindeman
Seychelles Chelonia in 2002. - Justin Gerlach
Management of Confiscated Indian Star Tortoises at the Singapore Zoological Gardens. - Saskia Lafebre, Paolo Martelli and Jonathan Murray
A New Thread-Trailing Method for Small Tortoises in Densely Structured Habitats. - Victor J. T. Loehr
Preliminary Results of A Long-Term Conservation Project on Emys orbicularis in an Urban Lake in Budapest, Hungary. - Tibor Kovács, Brandon Anthony, Balázs Farkas and Márta Bera
Preliminary Results of A Long-Term Conservation Project on Emys orbicularis in an Urban Lake in Budapest, Hungary. - Emerson Sy, Balázs Farkas and Balázs Buzás
Community Awareness Materials for Asian Turtles. - Chris Banks and Bridget Hayes
Aboriginal Harvest of Long-Necked Turtles in Arnhem Land, Australia. - Damien Fordham, Ray Hall, and Arthur Georges
Turtle Presentations at the 2003 Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists in Manaus, Brazil. - Richard C. Vogt
Chelonian Research Foundation Linnaeus Fund: 2001 and 2002 Grant Recipients. - Anders G.J. Rhodin
A Note on the Hunting of Radiated Tortoises in the Beheloka Region, Southwest Madagascar. - A.J. Woods-Ballard and E. Fanning
David Seburn and Carolyn Seburn. - Reducing Traffic Mortality
Radiated Tortoises Found on the Protected Island of Nosy Ve, Southwest Madagascar. - A. J. Woods-Ballard, E. Fanning, C.E. Rix , and R. C. J. Walker
Moral, Ethical, and Legal Issues Regarding Importation of Rare Turtles under the Guise of Conservation: Geoemyda japonica—a Case Study. - Dave Lee
Moral, Ethical, and Legal Issues Regarding Importation of Rare Turtles under the Guise of Conservation: Geoemyda japonica—a Case Study. - David Galbraith
The Asian Turtle Consortium. - Chuck Schaffer
South Carolina Offers 180 Days of Protection to 7 Species of Freshwater Turtle. - Stephen H. Bennett
Emydidae and Trionychidae Receive Protection in North Carolina. -
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Cover Photo: From a young age, Aboriginal children of northern Australia are taught to hunt and gather bushtucker (here Chelodina rugosa). (Photo by Damien Fordham).

We would like to thank all of the following donors: Chris B. Bogard, Bernard Brown, Jerry H. Czech, James H. Harding, Jean R. Held, Cheryl L. Lechtanski, William E. Redfoot, John Jake Ryan, David L. Schein, and Annie Staten.