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, aggression rate, length of co-residency in a group, participation in parallel transfer) influencing affiliation and coalitions among males in multi-male groups of Colobus vellerosus (ursine colobus or white-thighed colobus) at the Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary (BFMS) in Ghana. C. vellerosus is a species

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Female dispersal patterns in six groups of ursine colobus ( Colobus vellerosus ): infanticide avoidance is important Julie A. Teichroeb 1) , Eva C. Wikberg & Pascale Sicotte (Department of Anthropology, University of Calgary, 2500 University Drive N.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4

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INTER-GROUP ENCOUNTERS AND MALE INCURSIONS IN COLOBUS VELLEROSUS IN CENTRAL GHANA by PASCALE SICOTTE 1) and ANDREW J. MACINTOSH 2) (Department of Anthropology, University of Calgary, 2500 University Drive N.W., Calgary, AB, T2N 1N4, Canada) (Acc. 1-III-2004) Summary Inter-group encounters can 1

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Dispersal in male ursine colobus monkeys ( Colobus vellerosus ): influence of age, rank and contact with other groups on dispersal decisions Julie A. Teichroeb 1) , Eva C. Wikberg & Pascale Sicotte (Department of Anthropology, University of Calgary, 2500 University Drive N.W., Calgary, AB

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Infanticide in ursine colobus monkeys ( Colobus vellerosus ) in Ghana: new cases and a test of the existing hypotheses Julie A. Teichroeb 1) & Pascale Sicotte (Department of Anthropology, University of Calgary, 2500 University Drive N.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4) (Accepted: 5 November

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-00003050 296 Dominance hierarchies in female Colobus vellerosus weak dominance hierarchies, similar to other egalitarian primates. However, a few groups formed strong dominance hierarchies, similar to some despotic primates. Colobus vellerosus occasionally forage on contestable food items, and this may

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capucinus and Alouatta palliata ), and three catarrhines ( Macaca maura , Colobus vellerosus , and Symphalangus syndactylus ) represented. All species included in this issue are characterized by male-biased dispersal ( L. catta , C. capucinus and M. maura ), bisexual dispersal ( A. palliata and S

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Author: Tara Harris

during encounters. Similarly, Sicotte & Macintosh (2004) found that, while 80% of Colobus vellerosus encounters took place in a feeding context, the intensity of male aggression did not vary according to context (similar analyses were not presented for fe- males, but females seldom participated in

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contains more (estrous) females (e.g., olive baboons, Papio anubis : Packer, 1977; Steely et al., 2017, ursine colobus monkeys, Colobus vellerosus : Teichroeb et al., 2011), or into groups with a more favorable adult sex ratio (yellow baboon, P. cynocephalus : Alberts & Altmann, 1995; Silk et al., 2009

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), Hanuman langurs ( Semnopithecus entellus ; Launhardt et al., 2001 ), black and white colobus ( Colobus guereza ; Harris, 2010 ), ursine colobus ( Colobus vellerosus ; Teichroeb et al., 2012 ) and mountain gorillas ( Gorilla beringei beringei ; Kalpers et al., 2003 ). Data on mountain gorillas and

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