Female feeding priority in bonobos, Pan paniscus, and the question of female dominance

@article{White2007FemaleFP,
  title={Female feeding priority in bonobos, Pan paniscus, and the question of female dominance},
  author={F. White and Kimberley Wood},
  journal={American Journal of Primatology},
  year={2007},
  volume={69}
}
The question of whether bonobos show feeding priority and female dominance has been proposed and examined, both in the wild and in captive studies, with differing results. [...] Key Method Data from studies of wild habituated bonobos in the Lomako Forest, Democratic Republic of the Congo, are examined for evidence of both female feeding priority and female social dominance using similar criteria as used for prosimians. Bonobos showed evidence of female feeding priority in small, but not in large, food patches…Expand
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