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Conservation introductions of Seychelles fody and warbler to Denis Island, Seychelles by Rachel Bristol, Science Co-ordinator, Nature Seychelles. Re-introduction NEWS: No. 24 April 2005
Cheke, Anthony. (2010) The timing of arrival of humans and their commensal animals on
Western Indian Ocean oceanic islands. Phelsuma 18 (2010); 38-69
J. Frazier & P. Matyot. Comment on the proposed conservation of usage of Testudo gigantea Schweigger, 1812 (currently Geochelone (Aldabrachelys) gigantea; Reptilia, Testudines). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 68(2) June 2011.
MARK R.D.SEAWARD & ANDRÉ APTROOT. 2009. Checklist of lichens for the Seychelles group. Biodiversity and ecology of lichens – Liber Amicorum Harrie Sipman. A. Aptroot, M.R.D. Seaward & L.B. Sparrius (eds): Bibliotheca Lichenologica 99: 335-366. J. Cramer in der Gebrüder Borntraeger Verlagsbuchhandlung, Berlin & Stuttgart, 2009.

Carreiro-Silva et al. 2011. Phosphorus and nitrogen effects on microbial euendolithic communitiesa nd their bioerosion rates. Marine Pollution Bulletin 64 (2012) 602–613

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