Vocal Response of Captive-reared Saguinus oedipus During Mobbing

@article{Campbell2007VocalRO,
  title={Vocal Response of Captive-reared Saguinus oedipus During Mobbing},
  author={Matthew W. Campbell and Charles T. Snowdon},
  journal={International Journal of Primatology},
  year={2007},
  volume={28},
  pages={257-270}
}
Mobbing is an important component of antipredator behavior for animals from many taxa. Callitrichids are small-bodied primates that mob multiple types of predators. Though there have been several observations of callitrichids mobbing predators in the wild, their anecdotal nature provides only rough descriptions of behavior and vocalizations. Researchers could neither spectrographically identify nor quantify vocalizations owing to the limitations of observing predation in the field. We examined… CONTINUE READING
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