Chapter 4 Platyrrhine Ecophylogenetics in Space and Time

@inproceedings{Rosenberger2008Chapter4P,
  title={Chapter 4 Platyrrhine Ecophylogenetics in Space and Time},
  author={Alfred L. Rosenberger and Marcelo F Tejedor and Siobh{\'a}n B. Cooke and Stephen F. Pekar},
  year={2008}
}
We are far from developing an informed synthesis regarding the evolution of New World Monkeys – probably decades away. For even with the important strides made over the past 30–40 years regarding platyrrhine ecology and behavior, there are large gaps in our knowledge of the evolutionary and historical context. The scarceness of fossils is but one factor. Equally critical is our incomplete knowledge of largescale changes to the continent of South America (SAM), pertinent to the evolution of its… CONTINUE READING

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