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Unformatted text preview: ANTH 42 Asian colobines: Langurs and the ? evolution? of infanticide Quiz clock Minutes remaining: 5 4 3 2 ONE 30 sec … T . ( P .) cristatus [?] (now Trachypithecus) Family resemblances … Rhinopithecus ( Pygathrix ) golden, snub-nosed monkeys Conservation and diversity Series Asian colobines, then infanticide as strategy Proboscis monkeys ( Nasalis larvatus ) and silvered leaf monkeys ( Trachypithecus cristatus ) BBC Cousins: Monkeys (Natal coats signaling ‘special privileges’ makes sense but it’s the ¡amboyance of the signal that’s puzzling.) Douc langur ( Pygathrix nemaeus ) BBC Cousins: Monkeys Watch closely when they travel. What unusual behavior do you see? Also, notice the male’s penis. [Semi-brachiation] [White-on-black erect signal] Golden monkey ( Pygathrix ( Rhinopithecus ) roxellana ) BBC Cousins: Monkeys Listen. What do you hear? [Highly vocal, with lots variety.] [ R . bieti , " 8% monogamous, most OMUs with 4-5 females, ~ 5% MM/FF. All these embedded in bands...
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course ANTH 42 taught by Professor Moore,j during the Fall '08 term at UCSD.
- Fall '08