Callitrichines The Role of Competition in Cooperatively Breeding Species

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  title={Callitrichines The Role of Competition in Cooperatively Breeding Species},
  author={Leslie J. Digby and Stephen Francis Ferrari and Wendy Saltzman}
}
Indication for facultative polygamy in free-ranging Tarsius spectrum, supported by morpho-metric data. In: International Primatological Society Abstracts. The G banded karotype of Tarsius bancanus and its implications for primate phylogeny. Am. development and parental care patterns in western tarsiers, Tarsius bancanus in captivity: evidence for a slow life history and non-monogamous mating system. Int. Habitat use, foraging behavior and activity patterns in reproducing western tarsiers… CONTINUE READING
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