Aggression and Reconciliation in Two Captive Groups of Lemur catta

@article{Palagi2005AggressionAR,
  title={Aggression and Reconciliation in Two Captive Groups of Lemur catta},
  author={E. Palagi and T. Paoli and S. B. Tarli},
  journal={International Journal of Primatology},
  year={2005},
  volume={26},
  pages={279-294}
}
  • E. Palagi, T. Paoli, S. B. Tarli
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • International Journal of Primatology
  • Kappeler excluded the presence of reconciliation in a free-ranging group of Lemur catta, but a recent study on the same group indicated reconciliation, though with a very long PC duration. We collected data on 2 captive groups of ring-tailed lemurs at the Pistoia Zoo (Italy) in order to shed light on conflict resolution in the species. We investigated the influence of seasonality and of a targeted aggression episode on the occurrence of reconciliation. We collected 164 PC-MC pairs for the A… CONTINUE READING

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