Sexual dimorphism in the snub-nosed langurs (Colobinae: Rhinopithecus).

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Sexual dimorphism in the dentition and skeleton of the four extant species of snub-nosed langurs, Rhinopithecus (R.) bieti, R. (R.) brelichi, R. (R.) roxellana and R. (Presbytiscus) avunculus, was studied. The species shared a similar general pattern of sexual dimorphism, but were found to differ in respects that appear to reflect the influence of disparate… (More)

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@article{Jablonski1995SexualDI, title={Sexual dimorphism in the snub-nosed langurs (Colobinae: Rhinopithecus).}, author={Nina G Jablonski and P Ruliang}, journal={American journal of physical anthropology}, year={1995}, volume={96 3}, pages={251-72} }