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Morphological study of mandibles of primates : living on Siberut Island, Indonesia . Ecology, behavior and sociality of Thomas' Leaf monkey in north Sumatra . Ecology, behavior and sociality of Presbytis femoralis in eastcentral Sumatra

@inproceedings{Bakar1979MorphologicalSO,
  title={Morphological study of mandibles of primates : living on Siberut Island, Indonesia . Ecology, behavior and sociality of Thomas' Leaf monkey in north Sumatra . Ecology, behavior and sociality of Presbytis femoralis in eastcentral Sumatra},
  author={Amsir Bakar and Kunkun Jaka Gurmaya and Erri Noviar Megantara},
  year={1979}
}
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