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Responding to forest degradation: altered habitat use by Dian’s tarsier Tarsius dianae in Sulawesi, Indonesia
As most of the pristine forests of South-east Asia have been lost, the ability of its animal species to coexist with humans becomes increasingly important. Dian's tarsier Tarsius dianae, one of theExpand
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Tarsius tumpara: A New Tarsier Species from Siau Island, North Sulawesi
Abstract: A new, critically endangered species of tarsier, one of the world's 25 most endangered primates, is described from the remote island of Siau, North Sulawesi, based on distinguishingExpand
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The tick fauna of Sulawesi, Indonesia (Acari: Ixodoidea: Argasidae and Ixodidae)
Twenty-six species of ticks are reported from the island of Sulawesi (Celebes), Indonesia. These include two species of soft ticks (Argasidae), Carios batuensis and C. vespertilionis, and theExpand
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Traditional Land Use and Tarsiers – Human Influences on Population Densities of Tarsius dianae
Despite a growing number of field studies on tarsiers, little is known about their ecology. In particular, information on the possible effects of human intervention in their natural habitat isExpand
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Losing Ground but Still Doing Well — Tarsius dianae in Human-Altered Rainforests of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia
Sulawesi, one of the largest islands of the Malay Archipelago, provides living space for a unique fauna and flora. The island is characterized by vast numbers of endemic plant and animal speciesExpand
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Habitat use analysis of Dian’s tarsier (Tarsius dianae) in a mixed-species plantation in Sulawesi, Indonesia
To investigate the importance of mixed-species plantations as a potential habitat for small arboreal primates, we radio-tracked six Dian’s tarsiers (Tarsius dianae) in such an area in CentralExpand
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The Population Ecology of Dian’s Tarsier
Over the past two decades, the previously hotly debated but little studied tarsiers have received increased attention from primatologists. Befitting a growing number of recognized taxa and ourExpand
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The aim of this study was to know the impact of human activities on population density of Tarsius dianae by estimating the relative population density in four habitat types differently influenced byExpand
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