4 edition of Ecology and social organization of the bearded saki Chiropotes satanas chiropotes (Primates:Pitheciinae) in Venezuela found in the catalog.
Ecology and social organization of the bearded saki Chiropotes satanas chiropotes (Primates:Pitheciinae) in Venezuela
|Statement||by Angela Peetz.|
|Series||Ecotropical monographs ;, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QL737.P925 P44 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||170 p. :|
|Number of Pages||170|
|LC Control Number||2002445464|
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We investigated behavioral differences among seven groups of northern bearded saki monkeys (Chiropotes satanas chiropotes) living in five forest fragments and two areas of continuous forest at the Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project study area, located approximately Ecology and social organization of the bearded saki Chiropotes satanas chiropotes book km north of Manaus, Brazil.
We collected data in six research cycles from Cited by: Peetz A. Ecology and social organization of the bearded saki Chiropotes satanas chiropotes (Primates: Pitheciinae) in Venezuela.
Ecol Mono Port-Carvalho M, Ferrari SF. Occurrence and diet of the black bearded saki (Chiropotes satanas satanas) in the fragmented landscape of western Maranhão, Brazil.
Neotrop Prim 12(1) In book: Evolutionary Biology and Conservation of Titis, Sakis and Uacaris, Chapter: The behavioral ecology of northern bearded sakis (Chiropotes satanas chiropotes) living.
We investigated behavioral differences among seven groups of northern bearded saki monkeys (Chiropotes satanas chiropotes) living in five forest fragments and. Bearded sakis are diurnal primates, with activity occurring between soon after sunup to right before sundown (Silva & Ferrari ).
Most of the day is spent traveling and feeding, with less time engaged in resting, foraging, and in social behavior (Veiga ; Silva & Ferrari ).In Venezuela, bearded sakis monkeys (C.
chiropotes) living on an island spent their Ecology and social organization of the bearded saki Chiropotes satanas chiropotes book feeding. Amazonia, Chimjtolo, Cugjao, Pitheciinav. Comparative feeding ecology of the Uakari and Bearded Saki, Cacajao and Chiropotes The ecology- of two closely- related pitheciinc monkeys, Cacajao czclru.s and Chiropotes albinasu.s, is reviewed, with an emphasis on their Gugiyorou, feeding habits and the habitats they by: Further evidence of insect consumption in the bearded saki monkey,Chiropotes satanas The beared sakis, genusChiropotes.
In:Ecology and Behavior of Neotropical Primates, A. Coimbra-Filho & R. A Further evidence of insect consumption in the bearded saki Ecology and social organization of the bearded saki Chiropotes satanas chiropotes book satanas chiropotes. Prima – Cited by: Black-bearded Saki (Chiropotes satanas) MORPHOLOGY: The average body mass for the black-bearded saki ranges from to kilograms (van Roosmalen et al., ).This species has broad canines along with strong jaw muscles to.
Bearded sakis (Chiropotes spp.) are among the least known primates in the world, particularly with regard to their social r, extremely large and variable group size and growing evidence for affiliative relationships among males, make them a fascinating subject for studies of male–male tolerance and the evolution of large by: 3.
Mandibles of Chiropotes and Pithecia. 9 7. Distance between tympanic bullae in Chiropotes albinasus and Chiropotes satanas 10 8. Guianan bearded saki, Chiropotes sata- nas chiropotes 14 9.
Dentition of Chiropotes satanas utahicki 18 Adult male Uta's bearded saki, Chiro- potes satanas utahicki, two views 19 1 1. Peetz, Angela: Ecology and social organization of the bearded saki Chiropotes satanas chiropotes (primates: Pitheciinae) in Venezuela / by Angela Peetz.
– Bonn: Society of Tropical Ecology, – S. – ISBN: The bald uakari weighs between and kg ( and lb), with head and body lengths average cm ( in) (male) and cm ( in) (female). In general, the bald uakari has a long, shaggy coat ranging from white in color to red and its head is bald.
The tail is bob-like and rather short for a New World monkey (about inches (15 cm)), at only half the length of the Class: Mammalia. For example, several monkey species including spider monkeys (Ateles spp.), Humboldt’s Woolly Monkey (Lagothrix lagothrica), and the Black-bearded Saki (Chiropotes satanas) in the Amazon rainforest spend their entire life cycle in the trees and do.
Ecology and social organization of the bearded saki Chiropotes satanas chiropotes (Primates: Pith-eciinae) in Venezuela. Ecotrop. Monogr. 1: Peres, C. Seed predation of Cariniana micrantha (Lecithidaceae) by brown capuchin monkeys in central Amaz6nia.
Biotropica Peres, C. Notes on the ecology of buffy saki mon. 3 - The influence of seasonality on primate diet and ranging. Comparative feeding ecology of the uakari and bearded saki, Cacajao and Chiropotes. Journal of Human Evolution, 18, – Barton, (Pithecia pithecia and Chiropotes satanas) in Guri Lake, by: The equatorial saki (Pithecia aequatorialis), also called the red-bearded saki, is a species of saki monkey, a type of New World is found in northeastern Peru and Ecuador.
Not much is known about the equatorial saki, its range being specifically unknown. Description. The equatorial saki weighs between 2 - kg, has a head-body length of 39 – 44 cm, and a tail length of 45 Class: Mammalia.
Genus: Chiropotes Species Chiropotes satanas Common name Brown-bearded saki Synonyms Chiropotes ater, Pithecia nigra Lifespan, ageing, and relevant traits Maximum longevity years (captivity) Source ref.
Sample size Tiny Data quality Acceptable Observations. The origin and subsequent proliferation of malarias capable of infecting humans in South America remain unclear, particularly with respect to the role of Neotropical monkeys in the infectious chain.
The evidence to date will be reviewed for Pre-Columbian human malaria, introduction with colonization, zoonotic transfer from cebid monkeys, and anthroponotic transfer to by: 9. Evolutionary biology and conservation of titis, sakis and uacaris. \/ Liza M. Veiga & Stephen F. Ferrari -- Feeding ecology of Uta Hick\'s bearded saki (Chiropotes utahickae) on a man-made island in southeastern Tatiana M.
Vieira & Stephen F. Ferrari -- The behavioural ecology of northern bearded sakis (Chiropotes satanas chiropotes).
Species: Chiropotes albinasus Keywords: white, pink, black. The Red-nosed saki, white-nosed bearded saki, white-nosed saki is listed as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category, on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
includes the endemic southern bearded saki, Chiropotes satanas satanas. This pitheciine was considered by Johns and Ayres () to be Amazonia's most endangered primate taxon, given both its vulnerability to habitat degradation and hunting pressure, and the degree of deforestation within its geographical range.
The skeleton of a bearded saki (Chiropotes). Bearded sakis live in large groups, with numerous males and females that split up into smaller foraging units during the day. They have extremely large day ranges and home ranges (over ha), and groups may travel several kilometers in a.
American Journal of Primatology 70(Suppl 1): Franklin, D.C. & Bach, C.S. Assessing intraspecific phenological synchrony in zoochorous trees from the monsoon forests of northern Australia. Journal of Tropical Ecology Frazão, E., Insectivory in free-ranging bearded saki (Chiropotes satanas chiropotes).
Primates After selection of an animal-observation option, the second step is to select a method of sampling foraging and feeding behavior. Ad Libitum (or Periodic) Sampling This is the classic, pres field method, used before modern statistical techniques and advanced technologies were commonly applied.
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chiro-potes (Peetz ) and Ch. satanas (Veiga & Silva ) sug-gest the probability of female dispersal. Male dispersal is less clear, but.
The U.S. FWS's Threatened & Endangered Species System track information about listed species in the United States. tree to sleeping tree) were collected on each island. Both Pithecia and Chiropotes were accustomed to our presence, but travel and feeding height, rapid movement, and rela- tively large group size of bearded sakis reduced our ability to collect focal samples on Chiropotes.
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Adaptive radiation, which results when a single ancestral species gives rise to many descendants, each adapted to a different part of the environment, is possibly the single most important source of biological diversity in the living world.
One of the best-studied examples involves Caribbean Anolis lizards. The following two species have been proposed by the Fish and Wildlife Service for listing as Endangered under the U.S.
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A good example of a recent study that considered all of these types of attributes to address a specific stmctural/functional question is Fleagle & Meldmm's (22) comparison of the skeletons of the white-faced and bearded saki (Pithecia pithecia and Chiropotes satanas), two sympatric South Ameri- can monkeys with very different positional.
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