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Molecular Phylogenetics and Chronometrics of Tarsiidae Based on 12S mtDNA Haplotypes: Evidence for Miocene Origins of Crown Tarsiers and Numerous Species within the Sulawesian Clade
We report new mitochondrial DNA sequence data from tarsiers sampled from several populations, including the extreme northeast and southwest of the range of the Tarsius tarsier species complex, theExpand
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ETHOLOGY OF THE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED JAVAN SLOW LORIS Nycticebus javanicus É. Geo"roy Saint-Hilaire IN WEST JAVA
Considered amongst the most endangered primates in the world, Javan Slow Lorises Nycticebus javanicus É. Geoffroy SaintHilaire are threatened by habitat destruction, and by the wildlife trade forExpand
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Changes in the primate trade in indonesian wildlife markets over a 25‐year period: Fewer apes and langurs, more macaques, and slow lorises
Indonesia has amongst the highest primate species richness, and many species are included on the country's protected species list, partially to prevent over‐exploitation. Nevertheless tradersExpand
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Tarsius wallacei: A New Tarsier Species from Central Sulawesi Occupies a Discontinuous Range
On the basis of distinguishing characteristics of various genetic markers, pelage color, tail tuft, and vocalizations, we describe a new species of the genus Tarsius Storr 1780. The new taxon TarsiusExpand
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Exploiting a readily available but hard to digest resource: A review of exudativorous mammals identified thus far and how they cope in captivity.
Gum is a widely available carbohydrate, composed mainly of non-digestible structural carbohydrates. No mammalian enzymes can digest gum; therefore, a mammal ingesting gum must rely on microbialExpand
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Noxious arthropods as potential prey of the venomous Javan slow loris (Nycticebus javanicus) in a West Javan volcanic agricultural system
Arthropods play a significant role in ecosystems as prey for animals such as insectivorous primates. The venomous Javan slow loris (Nycticebus javanicus) is a nocturnal primate endemic to the islandExpand
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Conservation genomics reveals possible illegal trade routes and admixture across pangolin lineages in Southeast Asia
The use of genome-wide genetic markers is an emerging approach for informing evidence-based management decisions for highly threatened species. Pangolins are the most heavily trafficked mammalsExpand
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Konsumsi Pakan Asal Hewan pada Kukang (Nycticebus coucang) di Fasilitas Penangkaran, Pusat Studi Satwa Primata (PSSP) IPB
. As one of the conservation efforts, the Primate Research Center (PRC) of Bogor Agricultural University has been developing ex-situ captive breeding of coucangs (Nyticebus coucang) since 2005. ThisExpand
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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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Modelling the habitat use and distribution of the threatened Javan slow loris Nycticebus javanicus
The Javan slow loris Nycticebus javanicus is threatened by habitat decline and is classified as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List. Information on its distribution and habi- tat preferencesExpand
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