A Natural History of the Brown Mouse Lemur
The Spectral Tarsier
By Thad Q. Bartlett
August 07, 2008
Primatologists have long viewed small fruiting trees, like figs, as the reason for gibbons’ territorial and monogamous behavior. However, at Khao Yai National Park in Thailand where gibbons are prevalent, figs are one of the largest trees in the forest. In this long-term field study, ...
By Jill D.E. Pruetz
February 27, 2008
For upper-level and/or graduate level Primatology or Biological Anthropology courses.Socioecology of Adult Female Patas Monkeys and Vervet in Kenya, East Africa provides students with a glimpse into a research project from start to finish. It discusses basic issues of studying primates and ...
By Sylvia Atsalis
October 09, 2007
This text can be used for any undergraduate or graduate course with a primate behavior or primate ecology component. It can also be used as supplemental reading, for any advanced animal behavior class. There are very few books that address the biology of nocturnal primates. There are even fewer ...
By Larissa Swedell
February 25, 2005
This book describes the first field study focusing on the behavior of hamadryas females in the wild. In its attempt to rectify the male-biased view of hamadryas baboon behavior that has persisted over the decades, this book suggests that female behavior contributes more to hamadryas social ...