4._Case_studies

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CASE STUDIES You are responsible for: Latin name/binomial Common name Geographic distribution Terrestrial or arboreal Locomotion Ecology Social organization http://www.primate.wisc.edu/pin/index.html
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Lemur catta Ringtailed lemur Madagascar Terrestrial and arboreal Quadrupedal Plants only Females dominant Copyrighted Connie Bransilver
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Alouatta palliata Mantled howling monkey Central and South America Arboreal Quadrupedal Plant material Linear dominance hierarchy Copyrighted Ken Glander
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Erythrocebus patas Patas monkey Sub-Saharan Africa Terrestrial Quadrupedal Folivore One-male harem
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Cercopithecus aethiops Vervet monkey Sub-Saharan Africa Terrestrial and arboreal Quadrupedal Omnivorous Multi-male and multi-female
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Papio cynocephalus Common baboon Sub-Saharan Africa Terrestrial and arboreal Quadrupedal Omnivorous Multi-male and multi-female
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2009 for the course BAA 1219 taught by Professor Glander during the Fall '08 term at Duke.

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