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This type of forest is the most important for Alouatta senciculus and Cebus capucinus in the Darien region. A noticeable feature, despite the partial deterioration of the C. Titi monkeys Callicebus spp. Their distribution was restricted to floodable river plains and swampy lowlands. Body weight of ek born after artificial insemination. None of the monitored individuals presented evidence of health problems related to the presence of parasites, however, the presence of Bertiella spp.
Mating tactics and socioecology of white-bellied spider monkeys Ateles belzebuth chamek. Gut morphology of Callithrix nigriceps and Saguinus labiatus from western Brazilian Amazonia. Fragmentation and other anthropogenic disturbances e.
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Deslocamento terrestre e o comportamento de beber em um grupo de barbados Alouatta guariba clamitans em Minas Gerais, Brasil. Hunting reduces recruitment of primate-dispersed trees in Amazonian Peru.
Common trees of the gallery forest are balso Ochromoa cheef, Bombacaceaeguaimaro Brosimum alicastrum y B.
Sympatry of Alouatta caraya and A. Among members of eeital Callitrichidae, the common marmoset Callithrix jacchus has been an important model 55 Neotropical Primates 20 1June species in reproductive research Hearn, ; Dukelow, Onchocercidae from Ateles chamek from the Beni of Bolivia. An 8 cm long sterile catheter NM-AIH10, Nipro was attached to a 1 mL syringe, inserted into the vagina and the sperm suspension injected. Overall, LA is characterized as a site under medium protection from hunting pressure.
During shortage periods, spider monkeys were more likely to eat fruit with a high lipid and high ash content. The other side of Callitrichine gumnivory: Brasil Cesf et al.
Neotropical Primates 20 1June Peres, C. The Wildlife Society, Nashville. Fatal attack among wedge-capped capuchins. Effects of subsistence hunting and forest types on the structure of Amazonian primate communities. Discussion In this study we have shown, for the first time, the production of primate offspring by AI with sperm collected by PVS.
Density compensation in neotropical primate communities: Infanticide in mountain gorillas: On 2 August G1 arrived first in a fig Ficus cestrifolia tree frequently used by G3 as a food source and sleeping site the exact time of arrival is unknown because EBD was following G3. Cordero del Campillo, M. Density compensation in island faunas.
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Aspects editaal the life history editxl Callicebus coimbrai in fragments of Atlantic Forest in the northeastern Brazilian state of Sergipe. Neither of these characteristics was observed in this new juvenile specimen. Extent of nontimber resource extraction in tropical forests: Distribution and abundance of white-fronted spider monkeys, Ateles belzebuth Atelidaeand threats to their survival in Peruvian Amazonia.
Centre for Agricultural Publications and Documentation. This may explain differences seen in population densities between other sites in the basin as well e. Considering that bald uakaris are usually known only from lowland forest, we assumed that they could live in that area and could have dispersed from the lowlands into the Cordillera Cahuapanas.
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In the long term, the hunting-induced disruption of game- and non-game vertebrate population dynamics is thus likely to effect change beyond faunal density responses, with expansive transformations to tropical forest community composition and biodiversity. Data collection took place during the dry season between November, and February, Table 1.
This change in appearance was also observed for C. Three of the 14 recognized Alouatta species are known to have allopatric distributions with other Alouatta species Crockett and Eisenberg,