Activity pattern of the masked titi monkey,Callicebus personatus

@article{Kinzey1983ActivityPO,
  title={Activity pattern of the masked titi monkey,Callicebus personatus},
  author={Warren G. Kinzey and Marlise Becker},
  journal={Primates},
  year={1983},
  volume={24},
  pages={337-343}
}
  • Warren G. Kinzey, Marlise Becker
  • Published in Primates 1983
  • Biology
  • A group of six masked titi monkeys was studied at the Sooretama Biological Reserve, Espírito Santo, Brazil. The family group consisted of adult male and female, three juvenile-subadult offspring, and an infant carried by the father. Two patterns of activity were identified: one in which two major feeding peaks were separated by a single long rest period and a relatively long travel distance between the two major feeding sites; and a second in which three major feeding peaks were separated by… CONTINUE READING

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