VOL. 2015 · NO. 29 | December 2015
 
IN THIS ISSUE

GENERAL (1)
NEOTROPICS (2)
MADAGASCAR (4)
AFRICA (4)
ASIA (1)
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GENERAL
Erin P. Riley, Alison A. Zak
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 1-7, (1 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0101
KEYWORDS: ASP, capacity building, conservation evaluation, funding, Primate conservation, success
NEOTROPICS
Jan Vermeer, Julio C. Tello-Alvarado
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 9-29, (15 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0102
KEYWORDS: Callicebus, distribution Peru, Platyrrhini, Primates, taxonomy
Rolando Aquino, Ricardo Zárate, Luís López, Gabriel García, Elvis Charpentier
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 31-41, (1 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0111
KEYWORDS: Primates, Andean montane forest, Lagothrix flavicauda, threats
MADAGASCAR
Runhua Lei, Adam T. McLain, Cynthia L. Frasier, Justin M. Taylor, Carolyn A. Bailey, Shannon E. Engberg, Azure L. Ginter, Stephen D. Nash, Richard Randriamampionona, Colin P. Groves, Russell A. Mittermeier, Edward E. Louis
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 43-54, (15 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0103
KEYWORDS: Cheirogaleus, cryptic species, dwarf lemurs, Madagascar, new species
Melanie Seiler, Marc Holderied, Christoph Schwitzer
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 55-66, (1 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0105
KEYWORDS: critically endangered, home range, Lepilemur, sociality, spatial needs, sportive lemur
L. Gould, P. Andrianomena
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 67-73, (1 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0108
KEYWORDS: Community conservation, forest fragments, Lemur catta, south-central Madagascar
Cynthia L. Frasier, Jean-Norbert Rakotonirina, Lamaherisolo Gervais Razanajatovo, Theoluc Stanislas Nasolonjanahary, Rasolonileniraka, Stephanson Bertin Mamiaritiana, Jean Fulbert Ramarolahy, Edward E. Louis
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 75-86, (1 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0110
KEYWORDS: infant development, infant mortality, interbirth interval, life history, vital rates
AFRICA
Rachel Ashegbofe Ikemeh
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 87-96, (1 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0104
KEYWORDS: Niger Delta, Piliocolobus epieni, habitat, population, distribution, red colobus
S. Djègo-Djossou, I. Koné, A. B. Fandohan, J. G. Djègo, M. C. Huynen, B. Sinsin
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 97-105, (1 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0106
KEYWORDS: activity budget, feeding ecology, sleeping trees, Colobus vellerosus, conservation, West Africa
Thomas M. Butynski, Yvonne A. de Jong
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 107-113, (1 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0107
KEYWORDS: biogeography, Colobus guereza caudatus, colobus monkey, Kenya, Kitobo Forest, Loitokitok Forest, Mount Kilimanjaro
Paul Munro
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 115-122, (1 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0112
KEYWORDS: Africa, history, Geza Teleki, Outamba-Kilimi National Park, Sierra Leone, wildlife conservation
ASIA
Jatna Supriatna, Anton Ario
Primate Conservation 2015 (29), 123-131, (1 December 2015) https://doi.org/10.1896/052.029.0109
KEYWORDS: Awareness programs, conserving biodiversity and parks, Indonesia, Primates
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