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1 January 2007 Editorial

During the last 12 years Neotropical Primates has achieved the remarkable task of providing a network and forum of communication for all primatologists and university students involved in New World primate conservation, ecology and behavior, in both captive and field-based research settings. This has been possible mainly to the tireless work of its founding editors, Dr. Anthony Rylands and Dr. Ernesto Rodríguez-Luna, a dedicated team of assistant editors and designers, and the generous support of the Margot Marsh Biodiversity Foundation, Los Angeles Zoo, Earthkind, the Houston Zoological Society Conservation Program, the Columbus Zoo, Wildlife Preservation Trust International, the Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust, Penscynor Wildlife Park, the Detroit Zoological Institute, the Brazilian National Biodiversity Working Group (GTB), the Primate Society of Great Britain (PSGB), and Conservation International. As a result 51 issues have been published to date, including about 370 articles and 60 thesis abstracts. Starting with volume 14, Neotropical Primates now has a new editorial team, with the challenge of continuing to make Neotropical Primates a frequently cited and well-respected journal, providing information on activities related to the study and conservation of primates, and the conservation of their forest habitats throughout Central and South America, and encouraging non-governmental and governmental institutions to keep these efforts going. We are committed to this endeavour and as such want to renew an invitation to contributors to send us their manuscripts, and to thank in advance all the institutions which make it possible for Neotropical Primates to continue being a widespread and easily accessible journal of primatology.

"Editorial," Neotropical Primates 14(1), 1, (1 January 2007).
Published: 1 January 2007

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