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Western lowland gorilla diet and resource availability: New evidence, cross‐site comparisons, and reflections on indirect sampling methods
We describe the resource availability and diet of western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) from a new study site in the Central African Republic and Republic of Congo based on 3 years ofExpand
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Gorilla ecology and behavior
Many factors influence the evolution of primate grouping patterns, including phylogeny, demographic and life‐history variables, and ecological factors such as access to food, predation pressure, andExpand
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Dietary Variability of Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda
Data on intraspecific dietary variability has important implications for understanding flexibility in foraging behavior, habitat utilization, population dynamics, and social behavior and may alsoExpand
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Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda: gorilla census 1997
Abstract Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in south-west Uganda supports a population of gorillas that has become the primary gorilla population for tourism following the genocide in Rwanda. PreviousExpand
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Home Range and Frugivory Patterns of Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda
Mountain, western, and Grauer's gorillas exhibit broad differences in ecological patterns with western gorillas eating more fruit and having larger home ranges than their largely folivorousExpand
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Gorillas in the crossfire: population dynamics of the Virunga mountain gorillas over the past three decades
Small populations are particularly susceptible to disturbance. Routine censusing to monitor changes is important for understanding both population dynamics and the effectiveness of conservationExpand
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Mountain Gorillas: Subspecific variation in gorilla behavior: the influence of ecological and social factors
Introduction Primates exhibit considerable diversity in their social systems (Smuts et al. , 1987), which is thought to have evolved through an interaction of several factors including ecologicalExpand
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