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Basin‐Wide Effects of Game Harvest on Vertebrate Population Densities in Amazonian Forests: Implications for Animal‐Mediated Seed Dispersal
Vertebrate responses to hunting are widely variable for target and nontarget species depending on the history of hunting and productivity of any given site and the life history traits of gameExpand
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Primates in Peril: The World's 25 Most Endangered Primates 2008–2010
Here we report on the ninth iteration of the biennial listing of a consensus of the 25 primate species considered to be among the most endangered worldwide and the most in need of conservationExpand
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Balance and residence times of 210Pb and 210Po in surface waters of the northwestern Mediterranean Sea
Abstract Concentrations of the naturally occurring radionuclides 210Pb and 210Po were determined in both the dissolved ( 0.2 μm) fractions in surface waters of the northwestern Mediterranean Sea.Expand
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Primates in Peril: The World's 25 Most Endangered Primates, 2006–2008
1Conservation International, Arlington, VA, USA 2Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust – Madagascar Programme, Antananarivo, Madagascar 3Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, ConservationExpand
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Primate Population Densities in Three Nutrient-Poor Amazonian Terra Firme Forests of South-Eastern Colombia
We censused primate populations at three non-hunted ‘terra firme’ forests of south-eastern Colombian Amazonia. The aggregate biomass densities of diurnal primates at all sites were amongst the lowestExpand
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Ranging pattern and use of space in a group of red howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus) in a southeastern Colombian rainforest
We studied a group of red howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus) bordering a lake in an eastern Colombian Amazon rainforest for 10 months. The group used an area of 182 ha located mainly on PleistoceneExpand
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Diet of a Group of Callicebus torquatus lugens (Humboldt, 1812) During the Annual Resource Bottleneck in Amazonian Colombia
A group of Callicebus torquatus lugens using a territory of 22.25 ha in eastern Colombia showed a varied diet throughout the annual period of lowest fruit availability. This is a time when theExpand
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Analysis of ecosystem services provision in the Colombian Amazon using participatory research and mapping techniques
Over the last two decades indigenous peoples in the lower Caqueta River basin in Colombia have experienced detrimental changes in the provision of important ecosystem services in ways that haveExpand
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Advances in applied research for the culture of Mexican silversides (Chirostoma, Atherinopsidae).
Address correspondence to: Dr. C.A. Martínez Palacios. Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo. Av. San Juanito Itzícuaro s/n, Col. San Juanito Itzícuaro, Morelia, Michoacán, MEXICO. E-mail:Expand
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Preliminary Observations on the Mottledface Tamarin (Saguinus inustus) on the Lower Río Caquetá, Colombian Amazonia
Saguinus is the most diverse of the Neotropical primate genera, with 13 –15 species and 33 recognized forms (Hershkovitz, 1977; Rylands et al., 2000). There have been detailed studies of the feedingExpand
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