Lemur catta Ecology: What We Know and What We Need to Know

@inproceedings{Gould2006LemurCE,
  title={Lemur catta Ecology: What We Know and What We Need to Know},
  author={L. Gould},
  year={2006}
}
  • L. Gould
  • Published 2006
  • Geography
  • 43 Citations
    Habitat Use and Activity Patterns as an Indication of Fragment Quality in a Strepsirrhine Primate
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    The Dental Ecology of Ring-Tailed Lemurs ( Lemur catta )
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    LEMUR-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS IN ALTERED AND UNALTERED TROPICAL DRY FORESTS IN SOUTHERN MADAGASCAR
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    Lemurs in a complex landscape: mapping species density in subtropical dry forests of southwestern Madagascar using data at multiple levels
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    Evaluation of Male Inter-Troop Transfer as a Mating Strategy among Ring-Tailed Lemurs on St. Catherines Island, USA
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    Dispersal among male ring‐tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) on St. Catherines Island
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    Lemur catta in small forest fragments: Which variables best predict population viability?

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