Troop Histories and Range Inertia of Lemur catta at Berenty, Madagascar: A 33-year Perspective

@article{Jolly2004TroopHA,
  title={Troop Histories and Range Inertia of Lemur catta at Berenty, Madagascar: A 33-year Perspective},
  author={Alison Jolly and Ethan Pride},
  journal={International Journal of Primatology},
  year={2004},
  volume={20},
  pages={359-373}
}
Lemur catta troops in a 1-km 2 study area at Berenty Reserve have maintained fidelity to core areas since Budnitz and Dainis' study of 1972–1973, and for two troops possibly since 1963. Population in 1 km 2 fluctuated from 155 to 105 to 282 individuals (excluding infants), and the number of troops increased from 12 to 21. Most troops retain the same core areas from year to year (170 observed troop-years). Ten troops derived from known fissions have settled in parts of their parent troop range… CONTINUE READING

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