Rondon’s Marmoset, Mico rondoni sp. n., from Southwestern Brazilian Amazonia

@article{Ferrari2010RondonsMM,
  title={Rondon’s Marmoset, Mico rondoni sp. n., from Southwestern Brazilian Amazonia},
  author={Stephen F. Ferrari and Leonardo Sena and Maria Paula Cruz Schneider and Jos{\'e} S. Silva J{\'u}nior},
  journal={International Journal of Primatology},
  year={2010},
  volume={31},
  pages={693-714}
}
We describe Rondon’s marmoset (Mico rondoni sp. n.) from the Rio Jamari in the Brazilian state of Rondônia and differentiate the species from other Amazonian marmosets on the basis of morphological, genetic, and zoogeographic characteristics. Mico rondoni sp. n. is a typical bare-eared marmoset of predominantly grayish coloration and unpigmented face and cheiridia, which contrasts clearly with its more brownish and pigmented parapatric congeners Mico melanurus and M. nigriceps. Genetically, the… 

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