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Toward a phylogenetic classification of Primates based on DNA evidence complemented by fossil evidence.
A highly resolved primate cladogram based on DNA evidence is congruent with extant and fossil osteological evidence. A provisional primate classification based on this cladogram and the time scaleExpand
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Assessment of the Diversity of African Primates
This account of the systematics of African primates is the consensus view of a group of authors who attended the Workshop of the IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group held at Orlando, Florida, inExpand
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Estimating the phylogeny and divergence times of primates using a supermatrix approach
BackgroundThe primates are among the most broadly studied mammalian orders, with the published literature containing extensive analyses of their behavior, physiology, genetics and ecology. TheExpand
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Asian Primate Classification
In the foreseeable future there is little likelihood of achieving consensus on the number of Asian primate genera and species, and their subspecific composition. There is a more realistic hope ofExpand
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Homo floresiensis: microcephalic, pygmoid, Australopithecus, or Homo?
The remarkable partial adult skeleton (LB1) excavated from Liang Bua cave on the island of Flores, Indonesia, has been attributed to a new species, Homo floresiensis, based upon a unique mosaic ofExpand
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The What, Why and How of Primate Taxonomy
  • C. Groves
  • Biology
  • International Journal of Primatology
  • 1 October 2004
Taxonomy has a well-defined role, which is much more than simply stamp-collecting and pigeon-holing. Species are the units of classification, biogeography and conservation; as such they must beExpand
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Titis, New Yorld Monkeys of the GenusCallicebus (Cebidae, Platyrrhini): A Preliminary Taxonomic Review
  • C. Groves
  • International Journal of Primatology
  • 2006
Phil ip H e r s h k o v i t z is, wi thou t a doubt , the leading f igure in neotropical mammalogy. It is the primates which have been his particular speciality; a stream of papers since the 1940s,Expand
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Primate phylogeny: morphological vs. molecular results.
Our comparative study of morphological (our data on selected living primates) and molecular characters (from the literature) confirms that, overall, phylogenetic reconstructions of Primates, andExpand
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The Genus Cheirogaleus: Unrecognized Biodiversity in Dwarf Lemurs
  • C. Groves
  • Biology
  • International Journal of Primatology
  • 1 December 2000
Two species of dwarf lemurs (Cheirogaleus) of Madagascar are conventionally recognized. To investigate this taxonomy, I studied the samples in the London and other collections. I could distinguish 7Expand
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