A preliminary list of chimpanzees' alimentation at Bossou, Guinea

@article{Sugiyama2006APL,
  title={A preliminary list of chimpanzees' alimentation at Bossou, Guinea},
  author={Yukimaru Sugiyama and Jeremy Koman},
  journal={Primates},
  year={2006},
  volume={28},
  pages={133-147}
}
A preliminary list of all the plant and animal foods for wild chimpanzees at Bossou, south-east of the Republic of Guinea, is presented for comparison with that of other study areas and as the basic data for the further studies.Altogether 205 food items (species × part eaten) from 156 species in 106 genera of plant food are recorded (Table 1). On the other hand little of animal food has been recorded (Table 2). Thus only one species of mammal (tree pangolin) and bird (wood owl) are represented… 
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