Call diversity of wild male orangutans: a phylogenetic approach.

  title={Call diversity of wild male orangutans: a phylogenetic approach.},
  author={Marina Davila Ross and Thomas Geissmann},
  journal={American journal of primatology},
  volume={69 3},
Over the past 20 years several studies have attempted to clarify orangutan systematics based on DNA sequences and karyological and morphological data; however, the systematic and phylogenetic relationships among orangutan taxa remain controversial. Surprisingly, few systematic studies have used data from wild-living orangutans of exactly known provenance. Furthermore, most of these studies pooled data from huge geographic areas in their analyses, thus ignoring possibly distinct subpopulations… CONTINUE READING
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