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and Sapajus (Alfaro et al., 2012; Fedigan, 2017). Capuchins’ typical mounting behaviour occurs when an individual (usually a male) mounts another (usually a female) in a position which allows for intromission, with repeated thrusting during most of the time. Intromissions are hard to see directly

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socioecological models concern primates that do not use tools. Thus, to our knowledge, no studies have analyzed the features of feeding tool sites and whether tool use impacts competitive regimes and female social relationships. In this context, tufted capuchin monkeys (genus Sapajus , Lynch Alfaro et al

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Original Article Folia Primatol 2014;85:252–264 DOI: 10.1159/000366061 Comparative Anatomy of the Pelvic Vessels in the Bearded Capuchin (Sapajus libidinosus) and Baboons, Apes and Modern Humans Roqueline A.G.M.F. Aversi-Ferreira a, b, d Vanessa de Souza Vieira c Carlos Tomaz d

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; Gonçalves & Carvalho, 2019). Here we describe the behaviour of a female blonde capuchin ( Sapajus flavius ) towards her dead infant and discuss possible hypotheses linked to the event recorded anecdotally. Blonde capuchins are Endangered arboreal, social, Neotropical primates living in multi-male multi

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Original Research Article Folia Primatol 2017;88:1–8 DOI: 10.1159/000464148 Terrestriality of Wild Sapajus cay (Illiger, 1815) as Revealed by Camera Traps Grasiela Porfirio a Filipe Martins Santos a Vania Foster b Leonardo França Nascimento a Gabriel Carvalho Macedo a

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Short Communication Folia Primatol 2016;87:392–397 DOI: 10.1159/000459621 Cashew Nut Positioning during Stone Tool Use by Wild Bearded Capuchin Monkeys ( Sapajus libidinosus ) Tiago Falótico a, b Lydia V. Luncz b Magdalena S. Svensson b, c Michael Haslam b a Institute of

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Short Communication Folia Primatol 2017;88:267–273 DOI: 10.1159/000479106 Techniques Used by Bearded Capuchin Monkeys ( Sapajus libidinosus ) to Access Water in a Semi-Arid Environment of North-Eastern Brazil Shalana Cássia do Nascimento Castro a Antonio da Silva Souto b Nicola

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Original Research Article Folia Primatol 2021;92:151–163 The Vocal Repertoire of the Bearded Capuchin (Cebidae: Sapajus libidinosus): Implications for Understanding the Complexity of Neotropical Primate Communication Carolina Almeida Lisboa a Francisco Dyonísio Cardoso Mendes b Maurício

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” species can assist with the successful development and implementation of robust conservation strategies in threatened eco-regions like the BAAPA. An umbrella species is a species whose protection in turn protects a large number of other species (Roberge and Angelstam, 2004). The hooded capuchin ( Sapajus

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have been recorded, according to the IUCN Red List (IUCN, 2016): Brown capuchin, Sapajus apella Linnaeus, 1758 (Cebidae); red-backed bearded saki, Chiropotes chiropotes Humboldt, 1811 (Pitheciidae); common squirrel monkey, Saimiri sciureus Linnaeus, 1758 (Cebidae); red-handed tamarin, Saguinus

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