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NONHUMAN PRIMATES The "Status" column of this section indicates which members of a listed species are endangered or threatened (U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, 1979). Information and forms necessary for trading in endangered and threatened species can be obtained from the Federal Wildlife Permit Office, Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Depart- ment of the Interior, Washington, D.C. 20240. The availability of wild-caught, nonhuman primates listed in this Directory may change as regulations of the exporting and importing coun- tries change. Contact the Federal Wildlife Permit Office, at the above address, for current information. Investigators should recognize that suppliers may not keep wild- caught, nonhuman primates "in stock," and that there may be considerable delay in obtaining these species. The Primate Supply Information Clearinghouse, SJ-50, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195, phone 206/S43-5178, provides a computerized service to assist investigators locate nonhuman primates for research or breeding. This service is available at no cost through tele- phone inquiries and through weekly listings of available and needed non- human primates (whole animals and/or biologic materials). In this section the following symbols have been used: Source CR colony reared WC wild caught Status E endangered T threatened Primates are listed alphabetically under the headings of Old World and New World Species in the Index of Scientific Names at the back of this section. REFERENCES: Hershkovitz, P. 1977. Living New World monkeys. (Platyrrhini Vol. 1. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 1117 pp. ) . Napier, J. R., and P. H. Napier. 1967. A handbook of living pro mates. Academic Press, London. 456 pp. 56

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57 NONHUMAN PRIMATES REFERENCES - cont. U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service. 1979. Title 50-Wildlife and Fisheries, Chapter 1, Part 17-Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants. Federal Register 44(12, Part II):3635- 3654.

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58 NONHUMAN PRIMATES ~ ~ Name BABOONS Scientific Country Source of Origin Status Code Baboon Papio spp. WC Kenya Sap Baboon, Olive Papio anubis WC Kenya Pic or Anubis Prl Baboon, Yellow Papio WC Kenya Pic cynocephalus Prl CAPUCHINS Capuchin Cebus spp. WC Bolivia Prl Sap Guyana Panama Prl Prl Sap Capuchin, Cebus apella WC Bolivia Pic Black-capped Capuchin, Cebus albitrons WC Guyana Sap White-fronted or Cinnamon Panama Sap Ringtail Capuchin, Cebus capucinus WC Panama Sap White-throated GALAGOS Galago, Thick- Galago crassi- WC Kenya Prl tailed caudatus Galago or Galago senegal- WC Kenya Pic Bushbaby ens~s GELADAS Gelada Th~ropithecus WC Ethiopia T Prl gelada

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59 NONHUMAN PRIMATES Scientific Common Name Name Country Source of Origin Status Code MACAQUES Macaque, Ma caca WC Assam Prl Assamese assamensis Macaque, Macaca f ascicu- CR -- Gct Cynomolgus, l aris or Crab-eating WC -- Gct Indonesia Pic Prl Sap Malaysia Philippines Macaque, Pig-tailed trina Macaca nemes- Pic Prl Sap Pic Sap Malaysia Pic Prl Sap Macaque, Rhesus Macaca mul atta CR India Gct Lbi Bangladesh MARMOS ETS Gct Moe Pic Prl Marmoset Cal l ithrix spp. WC Bolivia Prl Marmoset, Cal l ithrix CR Brazil Tmf Tufted-ear Jacob us or Common WC Bolivia Sap *Unconditioned animals. The buyer takes possession of these animals in Bangladesh and arranges his own import permits.

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60 NONHUMAN PRIMATES Scientific Common Name Name Source Country of Origin Status Code NIGHT MONKEYS Night Monkey or Lotus trivir- WC Bolivia Pic Douroucouli gates PATAS MONKEYS Guyana Panama Patas Monkey Erythrocebus WC Kenya pates SPIDER MONKEYS Prl Sap Prl Prl Sap Prl Nigeria Pic Spider Monkey Ateles spp. WC Bolivia E'l Prl Guyana Panama SQU I RREL MON KEYS Prl Prl Sap Squirrel Monkey Saimiri CR Guyana Got sciureus TAMARI NS Tamarin, Cotton-top WC Bolivia WC Guyana Pic Prl Sap Gct Prl Saguinus Oedipus CR Colombia E Tmf The following members of this genus are endangered: Ateles geoffroyi, Ateles geoffroyi frontatus, and Ateles geoffroyi panamensis.

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61 NONHUMAN PRIMATES Scientific Common Name Name Country Source of Origin Status Code TAMARINS - cont. Tamarin, Red- Saguinus labiatus CR bellied Tamarin, Saddle-back, or Brown- headed TREESHREWS Treeshrew, Common FERRETS WC Bolivia Saguinus fusci- CR Peru collie Tupaia glis WC Thailand Tmf Pic Sap Tmf Pic Prl Vervet, or Cercopithecus WC Ethiopia Pic African Green aethiops Prl Monkey, or Grivet Kenya Pic Prl St. Kitts Pic Sierra Prl Leone Somalia Pic Tanzania Prl

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62 NONHUMAN PRIMATES INDEX OF SCIENTIFIC NAMES Scientific Name Common Name OLD WORLD SPECIES Cercopithecus aethiops Vervet or African Green Monkey Erythrocebus pates Patas Monkey Galago crassicaudatus Galago senegalensis Macaca assamensis Macaca fascicularis Macaca mulatta Macaca nemestrina Papio spp. Papio anubis Papio cynocephalus Theropithecus gelada Gelada Tupaia glis NEW WORLD SPECIES Ateles spp. Aotus trivirgatus Callithrix spp. llithrix jacchus Cebus spp. Cebus albitrons Cebus apella Cebus capucinus Thick-tailed Galago Galago or Bushbaby Assamese Macaque Cynomolqus or Crab-eating Macaque Rhesus Macaque Pig-tailed Macaque Baboon Olive or Anubis Baboon Yellow Baboon Common Treeshrew Spider Monkey Night Monkey or Douroucouli Marmoset Tufted-ear or Common Marmoset Capuchin White-fronted Capuchin or Cinnamon Ringtail Black-capped Capuchin White-throated Capuchin

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NONHUMAN PRIMATES INDEX OF SCIENTIFIC NAMES cientific Name Common Name NEW WORLD SPECIES - cont. Saguinus f uscicol l is Saguinus 1 alias us Saguinus Oedipus Saimiri sciureus Saddle-back or Brown-headed Tamarin Red-bellied Tamarin Cotton-top Tamarin Squirrel Monkey