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Primate conservation: measuring and mitigating trade in primates
Trade in primates is seen as a significant impediment to their conservation. Primates are traded both domestically and internationally, in order to supply, amongst others, biomedical industries andExpand
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The Little Fireface Project: Community Conservation of Asia’s Slow Lorises via Ecology, Education, and Empowerment
Slow lorises, small nocturnal primates found throughout Southeast Asia, are threatened by the illegal trade for pets, medicines, and tourist photo props. Being the only venomous primate, traders cutExpand
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Compassionate conservation, rehabilitation and translocation of Indonesian slow lorises
With the number of threatened species in rescue centres rising, scientific reports on the functioning and success of such centres is essential. Compassionate conservation tries to bridge the gapExpand
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Habitat use by western purple-faced langurs Trachypithecus vetulus nestor (Colobinae) in a fragmented suburban landscape.
As natural habitats around the globe disappear, humans and non-human primates become increasingly engaged in complex interactions, both peaceful and hostile. Sri Lanka's endemic western purple-facedExpand
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Trade in Common Palm Civet Paradoxurus hermaphroditus in Javan and Balinese markets, Indonesia
Wildlife trade is a major threat to wild populations of many species, especially in South-east Asia. In Indonesia, Common Palm Civet Paradoxurus hermaphroditus has become increasingly exploited as anExpand
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Temporal niche separation between the two ecologically similar nocturnal primates Avahi meridionalis and Lepilemur fleuretae
Time is considered a resource in limited supply, and temporal niche separation is one of the most common strategies that allow ecologically similar species to live in sympatry. Mechanisms of temporalExpand
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Climate-mediated activity of the Javan Slow Loris, Nycticebus javanicus
Joint impacts of anthropogenic disturbance and climate change are of pressing concern for modern conservationists. Climate change patterns have various diminishing effects on the biodiversity of anExpand
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Trade and ethnozoological use of African lorisiforms in the last 20 years
Trade in primates is considered a major impediment to primate conservation globally. The bushmeat trade in West and Central Africa is considered largely unsustainable and represents one of the mainExpand
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