Population changes and ranging behaviour of wild Japanese monkeys at Mt. Kawaradake in Kyushu, Japan

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Population changes and home range utilization of the wild Japanese monkey at Mt. Kawaradake have been studied since 1972. Age compositions of this troop were obtained over a seven-year period. Troop size decreased from over 100 to 40 individuals as a result of a capture in 1974. The capture affected directly and indirectly the troop's range and population… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02381318

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@article{Ikeda2006PopulationCA, title={Population changes and ranging behaviour of wild Japanese monkeys at Mt. Kawaradake in Kyushu, Japan}, author={Hiroshi Ikeda}, journal={Primates}, year={2006}, volume={23}, pages={338-347} }