VOL. 24 · NO. 1 | November 2009
 
IN THIS ISSUE

General (1)
Africa (5)
Asia (5)
Primate Conservation
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General
Neotropical Region
24(1), 59-64, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0102
KEYWORDS: Colombian squirrel monkey Saimiri sciureus albigena, threatened status, Genetics, Colombian Llanos, Colombia
24(1), 65-71, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0103
KEYWORDS: Yellow-tailed woolly monkey, Oreonax flavicauda, deforestation, arcGIS, cloud forest, tropical Andes
Africa
24(1), 73-76, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0104
KEYWORDS: Black-and-white colobus, taxonomy, geographic distribution, Colobus polykomos dollmani, Colobus vellerosus, Côte d'Ivoire
24(1), 77-83, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0105
KEYWORDS: Chimpanzees, habitat loss, logging, hunting, protected areas, conservation
24(1), 85-90, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0106
KEYWORDS: chimpanzee, Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii, ecotourism, Mahale Mountains National Park, number of tourists, behavior of tourists
24(1), 91-97, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0107
KEYWORDS: Chlorocebus sabaeus, distribution, habitat, conservation status, Côte d'Ivoire, statut de conservation
24(1), 99-105, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0108
KEYWORDS: Bioko Island, body measurements, conservation, monkeys, morphology, taxonomy
Asia
24(1), 107-116, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0109
KEYWORDS: Primates, crop-raiding, Sumatra, human-wildlife conflict
24(1), 117-126, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0110
KEYWORDS: Hoolock gibbon, Hoolock hoolock, northeast India, Assam, Karbi Anglong, Mikir Hills, Dhansiri
24(1), 127-137, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0111
KEYWORDS: Assam, forest fragments, western hoolock gibbon, Hoolock hoolock, population estimates
24(1), 139-143, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0112
KEYWORDS: Presbytis hosei canicrus, east Kalimantan, survey, habitat, forest fires, palm oil
24(1), 145-151, (1 March 2009)https://doi.org/10.1896/052.024.0113
KEYWORDS: Macaca thibetana, tourism, stress, behavior sequences
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