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Linda Fedigan and Mackenzie Bergstrom

March 2010) Summary Research on Old World primates provided the foundation for understanding competitive strategies resulting from social and ecological pressures. The neotropical primate, Cebus ca- pucinus shares many social patterns with Old World cercopithecines (e.g., female philopatry, male

Laurie Kauffman, Erin Ehmke, Steven Schet, Arioene Vreedzaam and Sue Boinski

, species, habitat and time. Empirical data relevant to a broad range of the potential costs and benefits incurred by dispersal are, not surprisingly, limited for many mammals and other ver- tebrates. Here we present the first report on dispersal in a wild population of the Neotropical primate Saimiri

Paul A. Garber

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Robert Horwich, Roxie James and Dawn Kitchen

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Norberto Asensio, Filippo Aureli, Colleen Schaffner and Amanda Korstjens

neotropical primates. — Primates 29: 177-194. Chapman, C.A. (1990). Association patterns of male and female spider monkeys. The influ- ence of ecology and sex on social organization. — Behav. Ecol. Soc. 26: 409-414. Chapman, C.A., Wrangham, R.W. & Chapman, L.J. (1995). Ecological constraints on group size. An

Michael Schwibbe and Silke Singer

ecology (A.B. Rylands, ed.). Oxford University Press, Oxford, p. 273-295. — —, Rosenberger, A.L., Norconk, M.A. (1996). Marmoset misconceptions.— In: Adaptive radiations of Neotropical primates (M.A. Norconk, A.L. Rosenberger & P.A. Garber, eds). Plenum Press, New York, p. 87-95. Goldizen, A.W. (1987

Aimee F. Campbell and Sue Boinski

S. sciureus) and white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus). - In: Adaptive radiations of neotropical primates (M. NORCONK, A.L. ROSENBERGER & P.A. GARBER, eds). Plenum Press, New York. - - & MITCHELL, C.L. (1992). Ecological and social factors affecting the vocal behavior of adult female squirrel

Ronald M. Weigel

: Neotropical primates: field studies and conservation, eds. R. W. THORINGTON & P. G. HILTNE; National Academy of Sciences. - (1976b). Food habits of white-faced capuchins Cebus capucinus L. (Primates : Cebidae) in Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica. - Brenesia 10/11, p. 43-56. HALL, K. R. L., BOKLKINS, R. C

John G. Robinson and Timothy G. O'Brien

infants spent with allomothers was low (under 10 % ) for savannah baboons, rhesus macaques, Japanese macaques and chimpanzees. Among Neotropical primates, allocare is an important component of infant care among callitrichids (GOLDIZEN, 1986; TERBORGH & GOLDIZEN, 1985; HOAGE, 1978) and often accounts for

Shannon M. Digweed, Drew Rendall and Linda M. Fedigan

group-living neotropical primate. There has been little systematic research on the anti- predator vocalizations and behaviour of New World monkeys generally; however, they represent an especially productive focus for comparative re- search on anti-predator call diversification and function because they