New Quantitative Developments in Primatology and Anthropology 1989 /Journal: Folia Primatologica Vol 53, No. 1-4 (Folia Primatologica) by R. D. Martin

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LC ClassificationsQL737.P9 S38 1989
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Number of Pages248
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Following is a selected bibliography of citations and audiovisual resources which pertain to vocal repertoires of non-human primates. These citations are derived from a search of the literature using various on-line databases.

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and R.W. Wrangham. The value of figs to a hind-gut fermenting frugivore: A nutritional analysis. Biochemical Ecology and Systematics. Clutton-Brock, T.H. Feeding behaviour of red colobus and black and white colobus in East Africa. Folia Primatologica results in a peer-reviewed scholarly journal.

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