Comparative Morphology and Speciation in Galagos

@article{JAnderson1998ComparativeMA,
  title={Comparative Morphology and Speciation in Galagos},
  author={Matthew J. Anderson},
  journal={Folia Primatologica},
  year={1998},
  volume={69},
  pages={325 - 331}
}
Galagos (bushbabies) are distributed over most of sub-saharan Africa in savannahs, woodlands and forests. In contrast to most species of diurnal primates, which generally look very different from one another, galagos may appear almost identical (cryptic) although they do not interbreed. This is because they utilise primarily vocal and olfactory modes of communication rather than visual cues for recognition of potential mates [1]. The possible existence of unrecognised galago species is… 

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