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Ecology and behavior of wild black-crested gibbons (Hylobates concolor) in China with a reconsideration of evidence for polygyny
Field observations of the black-crested gibbon in the Ai Lao and Wu Liang Mountains of Yunnan Province, China indicate that in this area the habitat and ecology of this species differ markedly from those of other gibbons that have been studied to date.
Preliminary observations of wild black-crested gibbons (Hylobates concolor concolor) in Yunnan province, people's republic of China
Black-crested gibbons (Hylobates concolor concolor), which inhabit the subtropical forests of southern China and northern Vietnam, have until now never been the subject of any systematic behavioral…
Phylogeography of Davidia involucrata (Davidiaceae) Inferred from cpDNA Haplotypes and nSSR Data
Mismatch distribution and neutrality tests didn't show significant population growth and range expansion in either lineage, suggesting the in situ survival of multiple populations during the Quaternary glaciation without range expansion.
Census and survey of wild black-crested gibbons (Hylobates concolor concolor) in Yunnan Province, People's Republic of China.
- E. H. Haimoff, X. Yang, S. He, N. Chen
- Environmental ScienceFolia primatologica; international journal of…
A three-month census and survey of black-crested gibbons in the Wuliang and Ailao Mountain Game Reserves in Yunnan province, China finds these gibbons to be polygynous with an average family group size of 7-8 animals.
Exploring phenotypic plasticity and biogeography in emerald moths: A phylogeny of the genus Nemoria (Lepidoptera: Geometridae).
Phylogeny of Morella rubra and Its Relatives (Myricaceae) and Genetic Resources of Chinese Bayberry Using RAD Sequencing
This work uses restriction site-associated DNA sequencing (RAD-seq) to identify candidate loci that will help in determining phylogenetic relationships among Morella rubra, M. nana and M. esculenta and discovered genes associated with fruit ripening and senescence, fruit quality and disease/defense metabolism based on KEGG database.
Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for the Chinese endangered medicinal plant Tetrastigma hemsleyanum.
In this study, 14 microsatellite loci were isolated and characterized for T. hemsleyanum using a double-suppression PCR method to facilitate further genetic studies of populations of this species and provide guidance for their conservation.
A new species of the stevensi group of the genus Neopsylla Wagner (Siphonaptera: Hystrichopsyllidae)
Neopsylla sellaris sp. nov.The new species is near to Neopsylla anoma Roths., 1912 and N. luma Traub, 1954, but could be distinguished from them by the following characteristics-, pronotal comb with…
Implementing a rapid geographic range expansion - the role of behavior and habitat changes (In principle acceptance by PCI Ecology of the version on 06 Oct 2020)
It is generally thought that behavioral flexibility, the ability to change behavior when circumstances change, plays an important role in the ability of a species to rapidly expand their geographic…
NEW SPECIES OF PALAEOPSYLLA WAGNER, 1903, FROM SZECHUAN, WITH A DISCUSSION OF THE GENUS (SIPHONAPTERA: HYSTRICHOPSYLLIDAE)
Among the fleas collected in October, 1960 from Szeehuan, three species of Palaeopsylla Wagner, 1903, were identified: P. remota Jordan, and two new species namely P. longidigita sp. nov. and P.…