Exam3 - Flashcards (Primate Sheets)

Exam3 - Flashcards (Primate Sheets) - Anthropoidea Body...

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Anthropoidea Body Size Anthropoidea Morphological Traits
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1. No tails 2. Shoulder adapted for suspensory locomotion - wide thorax, shortened trunk 3. Complex behavior with hands and feet Larger than monkey
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Hylobates Geographic Range Hylobates Diet
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Primarily frugivores Southeast Asia
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Hylobates Body Size Hylobates Activity
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Arboreal Smallest apes (siamengs larger than gibbons) - no sexual dimorphism
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Hylobates Group Structure Hylobates Morphological Traits
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1. Monkey-like, but have specialized limbs 2. Calling bouts - Siamengs: naked air sac 3. True brachiator with long forelimbs and thumbs. Monogamous - fiercely territorial
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Professor Pete’s favorite primate, and why? Orangutan Species Name
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Pongo pygmaeus Hylobates because of their fluid, effortless, and fast movement.
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Orangutan Nickname Orangutan Geographic Range
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Southeast Asia (Borneo and Sumatra) - upland forest “Man of the forest”
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Orangutan Diet Orangutan Body Size
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Largest Asian Apes - Males (200lbs); females (100lbs) - Very sexually dimorphic Frugivores
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Orangutan Means of Locomotion Orangutan Group Structure
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course ANT 2511 taught by Professor Sinelli during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Exam3 - Flashcards (Primate Sheets) - Anthropoidea Body...

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