Habitat selection and seasonal patterns of activity and foraging of mantled howling monkeys(Alouatta Palliata) in Northeastern Costa Rica

@article{Stoner2007HabitatSA,
  title={Habitat selection and seasonal patterns of activity and foraging of mantled howling monkeys(Alouatta Palliata) in Northeastern Costa Rica},
  author={Kathryn Elizabeth Stoner},
  journal={International Journal of Primatology},
  year={2007},
  volume={17},
  pages={1-30}
}
I conducted a 15- month ecological study of habitat preferences and activity and foraging patterns of two troops of mantled howling monkeys, Alouatta palliata,in a lowland rain forest at La Selva Biological Reserve in northeastern Costa Rica. The two troops specialized on different habitats in spite of the fact that both of them had all habitats available and were not constrained by neighboring troops since the population density of howlers is low (7- 15 howlers/km 2 ).Troop 1 spent the… CONTINUE READING

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