Male life history in natural populations of Japanese macaques: Migration, dominance rank, and troop participation of males in two habitats

@article{Sprague2007MaleLH,
  title={Male life history in natural populations of Japanese macaques: Migration, dominance rank, and troop participation of males in two habitats},
  author={D. S. Sprague and Shigeru Suzuki and Hiroyuki Takahashi and Shizue Sato},
  journal={Primates},
  year={2007},
  volume={39},
  pages={351-363}
}
This paper compares male life history parameters of two populations of Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata Blyth, 1875), studied without provisioning: Yakushima (M. f. yakui), a subtropical forest habitat in southwestern Japan, and Kinkazan (M. f. fuscata), a temperate, deciduous forest habitat in northeastern Japan. The males of the two sites experienced similar life histories with respect to several traits. Age at natal dispersal was at about 5 years. Average troop residence was about three… CONTINUE READING

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