Activity budget, diet, and habitat use in the critically endangered Ka'apor capuchin monkey (Cebus kaapori) in Pará State, Brazil: a preliminary comparison to other capuchin monkeys.

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The Ka'apor capuchin, Cebus kaapori, is perhaps the most endangered primate of the Brazilian Amazon. Endemic to a region with extreme intensification of habitat-degrading activities, it survives in remnant populations in a completely fragmented landscape. Before now, the only data available were isolated observations of feeding, locality records, and… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ajp.22277

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@article{Oliveira2014ActivityBD, title={Activity budget, diet, and habitat use in the critically endangered Ka'apor capuchin monkey (Cebus kaapori) in Par{\'a} State, Brazil: a preliminary comparison to other capuchin monkeys.}, author={Salma Gomes de Oliveira and Jessica Lynch Alfaro and Liza M Veiga}, journal={American journal of primatology}, year={2014}, volume={76 10}, pages={919-31} }