Habitat partitioning among primates in Maraca Island, Roraima, Northern Brazilian Amazonia

Pontes, Antonio Rossano
April 1997
International Journal of Primatology;Apr1997, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p131
Academic Journal
Presents a study of a primate community on a tropical rainforest island, in the northern-most area of the Brazilian Amazonia. Presence of the species: Cebus olivaceus, C. apella, Saimira sciureus, Ateles belzubuth, and Alouatta seniculus; Use of the different forest types and forest strata by the primate community.


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