Correlates between locomotor anatomy and behavior in two sympatric of Lemur.

@article{Ward1979CorrelatesBL,
  title={Correlates between locomotor anatomy and behavior in two sympatric of Lemur.},
  author={Stephen Geoffrey Ward and Robert Sussman},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={1979},
  volume={50 4},
  pages={575-90}
}
Sympatric populations of Lemur catta and Lemur fulvus show major differences in their occupation of canopy forest levels. Lemur catta is usually found in the lowest levels of the forest, and uses the ground for travel over 65% of the time. Lemur fulvus uses the upper levels of the canopy forest and is observed on the ground in less than 2% of all… CONTINUE READING