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Exploring cultural drivers for wildlife trade via an ethnoprimatological approach: a case study of slender and slow lorises (Loris and Nycticebus) in South and Southeast Asia
Illegal and unsustainable trade in wildlife is a major conservation challenge. For Asian primates, economic and cultural traditions, and increased forest access mean that trade may have becomeExpand
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Conservation and ecology of the neglected slow loris: priorities and prospects
Slow lorises Nycticebus spp. have one of the widest distributions of any nocturnal primate species, occurring in 14 Asian countries; yet, in terms of their taxonomy, ecology and dis- tribution, theyExpand
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Field surveys of the Vulnerable pygmy slow loris Nycticebus pygmaeus using local knowledge in Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia
The pygmy slow loris Nycticebus pygmaeus is a little-studied primate endemic to Vietnam, Laos, southern China and eastern Cambodia. Our study aimed to gain local knowledge on the distribution andExpand
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Sleep patterns, daytime predation, and the evolution of diurnal sleep site selection in lorisiforms.
OBJECTIVES Synthesize information on sleep patterns, sleep site use, and daytime predation at sleep sites in lorisiforms of Asia and Africa (10 genera, 36 species), and infer patterns of evolution ofExpand
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The Conservation and Ecology of the Pygmy Slow Loris (Nycticebus pygmaeus) in Eastern Cambodia
In Cambodia, the sale of large numbers of dried pygmy slow loris (Nycticebus pygmaeus) carcasses has been frequently reported since the 1990s, and recent large-scale deforestation has occurred withinExpand
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A comparison of three survey methods for detecting the elusive pygmy slow loris Nycticebus pygmaeus in Eastern Cambodia
Wildlife survey methods have been well developed for large and/or charismatic species in Indochina, but not for many smaller mammals. This study aimed to evaluate three methods for sampling theExpand
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Selecting bait base to increase uptake of zinc phosphide and warfarin rodenticide baits
Rodent pests cause major economic losses to rice crops and inflict health risk to people and live-stock in villages. Maize-based baits were used traditionally to control ricefield rodents. This studyExpand
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Habitat Use by the Darling Downs Population of the Grassland Earless Dragon: Implications for Conservation
Abstract A population of the grassland earless dragon (Tympanocryptis pinguicolla) on the Darling Downs, Queensland, Australia, had been considered extinct until its recent rediscovery. We determinedExpand
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