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SUBJECT INDEX Activity pattern Aotus trivirgatus, 33, 47 Ateles paniscus, 66 Alouatta lactation, 18 longevity, 12, 18 maturation, 12, 18 Alouatta caraya exportation, 100 Alouatta palliata biomass estimate, 30, 116 birth season. 6 census, 4, 10 Colombia, 53 common names, 53 Costa Rica, 4, 10 deforestation, 53 exportation, 93, 94, 100 foods, 8, 28 geographic range, 52, 53, 113 group composition, 6, 14-16, 27, 28, 75, 120 group size, 116, 120 habitat preference, 5, 53 habits, 53 home range, 27, 29, 116 hunting, 53 insecticides, 15 Panama, 10. 20, 102 population density, 116 population models. II. 12 status, 53 Alouatta seniculus biomass, 116 birth season, 54 census. 101, 102 Colombia, 53, 70, 87, 99, 101 common names, 53, 55, 67, 68 deforestation, 54. 108 exportation, 93, 94, 100 feeding behavior, 70, 72 foods, 54 geographic range, 52, 54, 70, 74, 76, 87, 88, 101, 107, 108. 113 group composition, 75. 101, 104-107, 119, 120 group size, 54, 75, 101, 104-107, 116, 120 habitat preference, 54, 70. 72, 73, 75 habits, 54 home range. 103, 116 hunting, 54, 88. 108 parasitism, 54 population density, 75, 109. 116 social behavior, 102 social organization, 70 status, 54, 108, 111 Trinidad, 101, 108 Venezuela, 101 Aotus longevity. 18 Aotus trivirgatus activity pattern, 33, 47 Colombia, 45, 87, 89 common names, 45, 67, 68 exportation, 93, 94, 96, 100 feeding behavior, 33 geographic range, 45. 46, 87, 88, 112 group size, 47 habitat preference, 45 habits, 47 home range. 33 nests, 47 research usage. 1, 47. 111 status, 47, 111 taxonomic description, 45, 47 telemetry, 32 Ateles gestation length, 18 longevity, 18 Ateles belzebuth. See also A. paniscus biomass, 116 birth frequency, 78 birth season, 76 Colombia. 70, 87. 99 deforestation, 78 exportation. 93, 94. 96, 100 feeding behavior, 70, 72, 73, 78 female maturation, 78 geographic range. 70, 74, 76, 87, 88 group composition, 76, 121 group size, 75-77, 116, 121 habitat preference, 70, 72, 73, 75, 78 home range, 76, 116 hunting, 78. 88, 96 population density, 75, 116 social organization, 70 Ateles fusciceps Colombia, 99 exportation, 93, 94. 100 geographic range, 88 Ateles geoffroyi, See also A. paniscus biomass, 117 birth season, 7 census, 4 Costa Rica, 4 exportation, 93, 94. 100 foods, 8 group composition, 7, 121 group size, 117, 121 habitat preference. 5 population density, 117 status, 111 Ateles paniscus activity pattern, 66 125

126 SUBJECT INDEX Ateles paniscus (continued) Colombia, 63 common names, 63, 67, 68 deforestation, 67 exportation. 67, 93. 94, IOO foods. 67 geographic range. 64-66. 113 group size, 66 habitat preference. 65 habits. 66 hunting. 67 status. 67 taxonomic description. 65, 66 Biomass estimates Alouatta palliata, 30. 116 A. seniculus, 116 Ateles belzebuth. 116 A- geoffroyi, 117 Brady pus. 30 Cebus apella. 117 C. capucinus, 30, 117 Miirosciurus, 30 Nasua, 30 Saimiri sciureus, 117 5. s. oerstedii, 30. 117 Birth frequency Ateles belzebuth. 78 Birth season Alouatta palliata, 6 A. seniculus. 54 Ateles belzebuth. 76 A. geoffroyi, 1 Cebus apella. 61 C. capucinus, 8 Saimiri sciureus. 45. 75 Brachyteles arachnoides exportation. 94 Bradypus biomass estimate. 30 Brazil deforestation. 2 Cacajao longevity. 18 Cacajao calvus Colombia, 67 Cacajao melanocephalus Colombia. 51. 74 common names. 51 exportation. 93. 94 geographic range, 50, 51, 74. 113 group size, 53 habitat preference, 53 habits. 53 hunting, 53 status. 53. Ill taxonomic description, 53 Cacajao rubicundus Colombia, 67 exportation, 94 Callicebus competitive displacement, 73, 74 Callicebus moloch Colombia, 49, 73 common names. 49 exportation. 93. 94. 100 foods. 49 geographic range, 48, 49, 73, 74, 112 group size. 49 habitat preference, 49, 73, 74 habits, 49 status. 49, 111 Callicebus torquatus Colombia. 49. 73 common names. 49, 67, 68 foods, 51 geographic range, 48, 49, 73, 74, 112 group size, 51 habitat preference, 51, 73, 74 habits, 51 status. 51 taxonomic description. 49, 51 Callimico gestation length. 18 longevity. 18 maturation, 18 Callimico goeldii Colombia. 43 common names. 68 exportation, 93, 94. 100 feeding behavior. 82 foods. 43 geographic range. 42, 43, 112 habitat preference. 43 habits. 43 status. 43 Callithrix gestation length. 18 lactation. 18 longevity. 18 maturation. 18 social behavior. 82 Callithrix argentata exportation. 94 Callithrix aurita exportation. 94. 100 Callithrix chrysoleuca exportation. 100 Callithrix geoffroyi exportation. 100 feeding behavior. 81 Callithrix jacchus exportation. 94. 100 Callithrix penicillata exportation. 100 Cebuella lactation. 18 longevity. 18 Cebuella pygmaea Colombia. 37, 79 commensals of man. 80. 83 common names. 37. 68 competition with Microsciurus. 81-83 deforestation. 80. 83 exportation. 83. 93. 94. 100 feeding behavior. 37. 80-83 foods. 37. 80-83 geographic range. 36, 37, 79, 112 group composition. 80 group size, 37. 80 habitat description. 79 habitat preference, 37, 79, 80 habits, 37. 80-32. 114 home range. 80 hunting. 83 locomotor behavior, 81. 82 predator avoidance. 81, 82 social behavior, 82 status. 37, 83 taxonomic description, 79 trapping, 37 Cebus gestation length, 18 longevity, 18 Cebus albifrons Colombia, 57, 74, 87, 99 common names. 57, 67, 68 crop pests, 88. 96 deforestation, 59. 108 exportation, 93, 94, 100 foods, 59 geographic range, 56-58, 74. 87, 88. 101. 108. 112, 113 group size, 59 habitat preference, 59 habits, 59 hunting. 88. 108 status, 59, 108, 111 taxonomic description, 57, 58 Trinidad, 101, 108, 109 Cebus apella biomass, 117 birth season. 61 Colombia, 59, 70 common names. 59. 67, 68 crop pests, 78 deforestation. 61. 78 exportation. 93, 94, 100 feeding behavior, 70, 73, 78 foods, 61 geographic range. 59, 60, 70, 74. 113 group composition. 75 group size. 59, 75. 117. 121 habitat preference. 59, 70, 72. 73. 78 habits. 59 hunting. 78 population density. 75, 117 social organization. 70 status, 61 taxonomic description. 59 Cebus capucinus biomass estimate. 30, 117 birth season. 8 census. 4 Colombia. 55. 88, 99 common names. 55 Costa Rica. 4 deforestation. 57 exportation. 57. 93. 94. 100 foods. 8. 57 geographic range. 55. 56. 88. 112 group composition. 8. 27. 121

SUBJECT INDEX 127 Cebus capucinus (continued) group size, 57. 117, 121 habitat preference, 6, 55. 57 habits, 57 home range. 8. 27, 29. 117 Panama, 20 population density. 117 status. 57. Ill taxonomic description. 55. 57 Cebus nigrivittatus census. 101 exportation, 93. 94, 100 geographic range. 101, 107 Venezuela. 101 Census Alouatta palliata. 4, 10 A. seniculus, 101. 102 A teles geoffroyi, 4 Cebus capucinus, 4 C. nigrivittatus, 101 general. 2 methods. 4. 13.76. 101. 102. 106 Chiriqui Province, Panama habitat description, 25 Chiropotes longevity. 18 Chiropotes satanas Colombia. 67 exportation, 94. 100 Colombia Alouatta palliata, 53 A. seniculus. 53. 70, 87, 99, 101 Aotus trivirgatus, 47. 87, 99 Ateles belzebuth. 70, 87, 99 A.fusciceps, 88. 99 A. paniscus, 63 Cacajao calvus, 67 C. melanocephalus, 51. 74 C. rubicundus, 67 Callicebus moloch, 49, 73 C. torquatus, 49, 73 Callimico goeldii, 43 Cebuella pygmaea, 37. 79 Cebus albifrons, 57. 74, 87, 99 C. apella, 59. 70 C. capucinus, 55, 88, 99 Chiropotes satanus, 67 deforestation. 2, 87, 9 6 habitat description. 85 hunting, 87. 88 Lagothrix lagotricha. 70, 87 La Macarena National Park, 70, 71 legislation, 90. 91. 97 primate exports. 85, 87 primatological history, 35 Saguinusfuscicollis, 39 S. geoffroyi, 41 5. graellsi, 39 S. inustus, 39 S. labiatus, 67 S. leucopus, 41, 87, 99 S. mystax, 67 S. nigricollis, 38 5. oedipus. 41, 88, 99 Saimiri sciureus, 43, 70 supply chain. 85. 87-90 wildlife management, 90, 91, 97 Common names. 89. 93. 94 Alouatta palliata, 53 A. seniculus, 53, 55. 67, 68 Aotus trivirgatus. 45. 67. 68 Ateles paniscus. 63. 67. 68. 89 Cacajao melanocephalus, 51 Callicebus moloch, 49 C. torquatus, 49. 67. 68 Callimico goeldii, 68 Cebuella pygmaea, 37. 68 Cebus albifrons. 57. 67. 68 C. apella. 59. 67, 68 C. capucinus, 55 Lagothrix lagotricha, 61, 67. 68, 89 Pithecia monachus, 51. 68 Saguinusfuscicollis, 39. 68 S. geoffroyi, 41 S. graellsi, 39 5. inustus, 39. 67 5. leucopus. 41 5. nigricollis. 68 5. oedipus, 41 Saimiri sciureus. 43. 67. 68 Competition Cebuella-Microsciurus, 82. 83 Competitive displacement Saimiri and Callicebus, 73, 74 Conservation. See Status. Deforestation, Hunting. Exportation, Trapping, and Legislation Costa Rica Alouatta palliata, 4, 10 Ateles geoffroyi, 4 Cebus capucinus, 4 deforestation, 8, 17, 19 Santa Rosa National Park. 4 Crop pests Cebus albifrons, 9 6 C. apella, 78 general discussion. 122 Saguinus leucopus, 96 Deforestation Alouatta palliata, 53 A. seniculus, 54, 108 Ateles belzebuth. 78 A. paniscus, 67 Brazil, 2 Cebuella pygmaea, 80, 83 Cebus albifrons, 59. 108 C. apella. 61. 78 C. capucinus, 57 Colombia. 2. 87, 96 Colombian primates, 95 Costa Rica, 8, 17, 19 general discussion, 122 La Macarena, 78 Panama, 21, 28, 29 Saguinus oedipus, 41, 110 Saimiri sciureus, 45, 78 S. s. oerstedii, 111 Diversity factors affecting, 75, 77, 78 Exportation animal costs, 92, 95, 96 Ateles paniscus, 67 Cebuella pygmaea, 83 Cebus capucinus, 57 Colombian nonhuman primates. 85, 87 comparison of export and import figures. 92. 93 general discussion, 119 holding facilities, 88-90 illegal. 90-92 Lagothrix lagotricha, 63 La Macarena. 78 loss of animals. 88 major centers, 85 Miami, 85, 91 neotropical primates, 93-95. 99. 100 nonresearch usage. 93-95. 99 Panama, 22 Peru. 92 points of origin, 85, 92 regulation. 90, 91, 97 research usage. 93-95 Saguinus oedipus, 41, 110 Saimiri sciureus, 45 stress to animals, 88, 95, 9 6 supply chain. 85-90 transit time. 88. 89 U.S. import regulations. 91. 92 Feeding behavior Alouatta seniculus, 70, 72 Aotus trivirgatus, 33 Ateles belzebuth. 70. 72, 73. 78 Callimico goeldii, 82 Callithrix geoffroyi, 81 Cebuella pygmaea, 37. 80-83 Cebus apella. 70. 73. 78 Lagothrix lagotricha, 70 Microsciurus napi, 81-83 prosimians, 81 Saguinusfuscicollis, 82 5. graellsi, 82 Saimiri sciureus, 70, 73, 78 Foods Alouatta palliata, 8. 28 A. seniculus, 54 Ateles geoffroyi, 8 A. paniscus, 67 Callicebus moloch, 49 C. torquatus, 51 Callimico goeldii, 43 Cebuella pygmaea, 37, 80-83 Cebus albifrons, 59 C. apella, 61 C. capucinus, 8. 57 Lagothrix lagotricha, 63 Saguinusfuscicollis. 39 S. geoffroyi, 43 S. leucopus. 43 5. nigricollis, 39 S. oedipus. 43 Saimiri sciureus, 45 S. s. oerstedii, 29

128 SUBJECT INDEX Geographic range Alouatta palliata, 52, 53, 113 A. seniculus, 52, 54, 70, 74, 76, 87, 88. 101, 107, 108, 113 Aotus trivirgatus, 45, 46, 87, 88, 112 Ateles belzebuth, 70, 74, 76. 87, 88 A.fusdceps, 88 A. paniscus. 64-66, 113 Cacajao melanocephalus, 50, 51, 74, 113 Callicebus moloch. 48, 49, 73, 74, 112 C. torquatus, 48, 49, 73, 74, 112 Callimico goeldii, 42, 43, 112 Cebuella pygmaea, 36, 37, 79. 112 Cebus albifrons, 56-58, 74, 87, 88, 101, 108, 112, 113 C. apella, 59, 60, 70, 74, 113 C. capucinus, 55, 56, 88, 112 C. nigrivittatus, 101, 107 factors affecting, 77, 78 general, 1,114 Lagothrix lagotricha. 61, 62, 70, 74, 76, 87,88. 113 Pithecia monachus, 50, 51, 113 Saguinus fuscicollis, 39,40. 112 5. geoffroyi, 40, 41, 112 S. graellsi, 38, 39, 112 5. inustus, 39.40, 112 S. leucopus, 40, 41, 87, 88, 112 S. nigricollis, 37, 38, 112 5. oedipus. 40,41, 88, 112 Saimiri sdureus, 43. 44, 70, 74, 112 sympatry, 114, 115 Gestation length. 18 Group composition Alouatta palliata, 6, 14-16,27,28,75, 120 A. seniculus, 75, 101, 104-107, 119, 120 Ateles belzebuth, 76, 121 A. geoffroyi, 7, 121 Cebuella pygmaea, 80 Cebus apella, 75 C. capucinus, 8, 27, 121 general discussion. 118 Saimiri sdureus, 75 S.s. oerstedii, 27, 28, 121 Group size Alouatta palliata, 116, 120 A. seniculus, 54, 75, 101, 104-107, 116, 120 Aotus trivirgatus, 47 Ateles belzebuth, 75-77, 116, 121 A. geoffroyi, 117, 121 A. paniscus, 66 Cacajao melanocephalus, 53 Callicebus moloch, 49 C. torquatus, 51 Cebuella pygmaea, 37, 80 Cebus albifrons, 59 C.apeUa, 59,75, 117, 121 C. capucinus, 57, 117, 121 Lagothrix lagotricha, 63 Microsciurus napi, 82 Pithecia monachus, 51 Saguinus fuscicollis. 39, 80 S. geoffroyi, 43,80 5. leucopus, 43 S. nigricollis, 38 S. oedipus, 43 Saimiri sdureus, 45, 75, 117, 121 5. s. oerstedii, 117, 121 Habitat description Cebuella pygmaea, 79 Chiriqui Province, Panama, 25 Colombia, 85, 87 La Macarena National Park, 70-74. 78 Santa Rosa National Park. 4 Habitat preference Alouatta palliata, 5, 53 A. seniculus, 54, 70, 72, 73, 75 Aotus trivirgatus, 45 Ateles belzebuth, 70, 72, 73, 75. 78 A- geoffroyi, 5 A. paniscus, 65 Cacajao melanocephalus, 53 Callicebus moloch, 49, 73, 74 C. torquatus. 51, 73, 74 Callimico goeldii, 43 Cebuella pygmaea, 37, 79, 80 Cebus albifrons, 59 C. apella. 59, 70, 72, 73, 78 C. capucinus, 6, 55, 57 general. 2, 115 Lagothrix lagotricha, 61. 63. 70, 73, 74 Microsciurus napi, 82, 83 Pithecia monachus, 51 Saguinus fuscicollis, 39 5. geoffroyi, 43, 80 5. leucopus, 43 S. nigricollis, 39 S. oedipus, 43 SaJmm sdureus, 44, 70, 72-74, 78 Habits Alouatta palliata, 53 A. seniculus, 54 Aofus trivirgatus, 47 Ateles paniscus, 66 Cacajao melanocephalus, 53 Callicebus moloch, 49 C. torquatus, 51 Callimico, 43 Cebuella pygmaea, 37, 80-82, 114 Cebus albifrons, 59 C. apeHa, 59 C. capucinus, 57 Lagothrix lagotricha, 63 Pithecia monachus, 51 Saguinus fuscicollis, 39 S. geoffroyi, 43 5. inustus, 41 S. leucopus, 43 5. nigricollis, 39 5. oedipus, 43 Saimiri sdureus, 44 Home range Alouatta palliata, 27, 29, 116 A. seniculus, 103, 116 Aotus trivirgatus, 33 Ateles belzebuth, 76, 113 Cebuella pygmaea, 80 Cetuj capucinus. 8, 27, 29, 117 Microsciurus napi, 82 Saimiri sdureus oerstedii, 27, 1 17 Hunting Alouatta palliata, 53 A. seniculus, 54, 88, 108 A/e/es belzebuth, 78. 88 A. paniscus, 67 Cacajao melanocephalus, 53 Cebuella pygmaea, 83 Ceftuj albifrons, 88, 108 C. ape//a, 78 Colombia, 87, 88 Colombian primates, 95 general discussion. 1 19 Lagothrix lagotricha, 63, 78, 122 La Macarena, 78 Panama, 23 Presbytis cristatus, 122 P. melalophus, 122 P. obscurus, 122 Saguinus leucopus, 88 Saimiri sdureus, 78 Insecticides Alouatta palliata, 15 Panama, 22 Saimiri sdureus oerstedii, 29 Lactation, 18 gestation length. 18 lactation, 18 longevity, 18 maturation, 18 Lagothrix lagotricha Colombia, 61, 70. 87 common names, 61. 67, 68 exportation, 63, 93, 94, 96, 100 feeding behavior, 70 foods, 63 geographic range, 61, 62, 70. 74. 87. 88. 113 group size, 63 habitat preference, 61, 63, 70, 73, 74 habits, 63 hunting, 63, 78, 122 social organization, 70 status, 63. Ill taxonomic description. 61, 88 La Macarena National Park habitat description. 70-75, 78 Legislation Colombia, 90, 91, 97 Saguinus oedipus, 1 10 Saimiri sdureus oerstedii, 1 1 1 United States, 91, 92 Leontopithecus gestation length, 18 lactation, 18 longevity, 18 Leontopithecus rosalia exportation, 94 status, 111 Locomotor behavior Cebuella pygmaea, 81, 82 Saguinus fuscicollis, 81

SUBJECT INDEX 129 Longevity. 12, 18 Macaca mulatta research usage. 1 Maturation Alouatta. 12. 18 Ateles belzebuth, female. 78 Callimico, 18 Callithrix, 18 Lagothrix, 18 Microsciurus biomass estimate, 30 Microsciurus napi competition with Cebuella, 81-83 feeding behavior. 81-83 group size. 82 habitat preference, 82, 83 home range. 82 Nasua biomass estimate. 30 National parks Colombia, 70, 71 Costa Rica, 4-9 Trinidad, 108. 109 Venezuela, 107, 108 Nests Aotus trivirgatus, 47 Panama Alouatta palliata, 10, 20, 102 Cebus capucinus, 20 deforestation, 21, 28, 29 exportation. 22 hunting. 23 Saimiri sciureus oerstedii, 20 Parasitism Alouatta seniculus, 54 Peru exportation, 92 Pests Cebus albifrons, 88 Pithecia longevity. 18 Pithecia monachus Colombia. 51 common names, 51. 68 exportation. 93, 94, 100 geographic range, 5O. 51, 113 group size. 51 habitat preference. 51 habits. 51 status. 51 Pithecia pithecia exportation. 94. 100 Population density Alouatta palliata, II. 12, 116 A. seniculus, 75. 109. 116 Ateles belzebuth, 75. 116 A- geoffroyi, 117 Cebus capucinus. 117 C. apella, 75, 117 factors affecting. 77, 78 La Macarena primates. 76 Presbytis entellus. 122 Saimiri sciureus, 75, 117 S. s. oerstedii, 117 Predator avoidance Cebuella pygmaea. 81, 82 Presbytis cristatus hunting. 122 Presbytis entellus population density, 122 Presbytis melalophus hunting, 122 Presbytis obscurus hunting, 122 Proconsul africanus, 1 Prosimians feeding behavior, 81 Research usage Aotus trivirgatus, 1,47, 111 exportation, 93-95 general, 2 Macaca mulatta, 1 Saguinus, 1 Saguinus nigricollis, 39 Saimiri sciureus, 1 Saguinus gestation length, 18 longevity, 18 research usage, I Saguinus fuscicollis Colombia, 39 common names, 39, 68 feeding behavior. 82 foods, 39 geographic range, 39, 40, 112 group size, 39, 80 habitat preference, 39 habits. 39 locomotor behavior. 81 status, 39 taxonomic description, 39 Saguinus geoffroyi Colombia, 41 commensals of man, 80 common names. 41 exportation, 93, 94, 100 foods, 43 geographic range, 40, 41. 112 group size. 43, 80 habitat preference. 43, 80 habits, 43 status. 41 taxonomic description, 41 Saguinus graellsi Colombia, 39 common names, 39 exportation. 94 feeding behavior. 82 geographic range. 38, 39, 112 Saguinus illigeri exportation, 94. 100 Saguinus inustus Colombia, 39 common names. 39. 67 geographic range, 39, 40, 112 habits, 41 status. 41 Saguinus labiatus Colombia, 67 exportation, 94 Saguinus leucopus Colombia, 41,87 common names, 41 exportation, 94 foods, 43 geographic range. 40, 41. 87. 88, 112 group size. 43 habitat preference, 43 habits, 43 hunting. 88 status. 43. Ill taxonomic description, 41 Saguinus midas exportation. 94 Saguinus mystax Colombia, 67 exportation. 93. 94, 100 Saguinus nigricollis Colombia, 38 common names. 68 exportation, 94, 100 foods. 39 geographic range. 37, 38, 112 group size. 38 habitat preferences, 39 habits, 39 research usage, 39 status, 39 taxonomic description, 37, 39 Saguinus oedipus Colombia, 41, 88, 99 common names, 41 deforestation, 41, 110 exportation, 41, 93, 94, 96, 100, 110 foods, 43 geographic range, 40, 41, 88, 112 group size, 43 habitat preference, 43 habits, 43 legislation, 41, 110 status, 41. 110 taxonomic description, 41 Saguinus tamarin exportation, 94, 100 Saimiri gestation length, 18 longevity. 18 Saimiri sciureus biomass, 117 birth season, 45. 75 Colombia. 43, 70 common name. 43, 67. 68 competitive displacement. 73. 74 deforestation, 45, 78 exportation, 45, 93, 94, 100 feeding behavior, 70, 73, 78 foods. 45 geographic range, 43, 44, 70. 74, 112 group composition, 75 group size. 45. 75, 117, 121

130 SUBJECT INDEX Ateles geoffroyi, 111 A. paniscus, 67 Cacajao melanocephalus, 53, 111 Callicebus moloch. 49. Ill C. torquatus, 51 Callimico goeldii, 43 Cebuella pygmaea, 37. 83 Cebus albifrons. 59, 108, 111 C. apella, 61 C. capucinus, 57 Lagothrix lagotricha, 63. Ill Leontopithecus rosalia, 111 Pithecia monachus, 51 Saguinus fuscicollis, 39 S. geoffroyi, 41 5. inustus, 41 5. leucopus. 43, 111 S. nigricollis, 39 5. oedipus. 41, 110 Saimiri sciureus, 45, 111 S. s. oerstedii, 110, 111 Supply chain Colombia. 85. 87-90 Taxonomic description Aotus trivirgatus. 45, 47 Ateles paniscus, 65, 66 Cacajao melanocephalus, 53 Callicebus torauatus, 49. 51 Cebus albifrons. 57, 58 Saimiri sciureus (continued) habitat preference. 44, 70, 72-74, 78 habits. 44 hunting, 78 population density, 75. 117 research usage, 1 status. 45. Ill social organization. 70 taxonomic description. 43 Saimiri sciureus oerstedii biomass estimate, 30. 117 deforestation. 111 foods, 29 group composition, 27. 28. I2I group size. 117, I2l home range. 27, 117 insecticides. 29 legislation. 111 Panama. 20 population density. 117 Santa Rosa National Park habitat description. 4 Social behavior A/i ma!iti seniculus, 102 Callithrix, 82 Cebuella pygmaea, 82 Social organization. 70 Status Alouatta palliata, 53 A. seniculus. 54. 108. 111 Aotus trivirgatus. 47, III C. apella, 59 C. capucinus, 55, 57 Lagothrix lagotricha, 61, 88 Saguinus fuscicollis, 39 5. geoffroyi, 41 S. leucopus, 41 5. nigricollis, 37, 39 5. oedipus, 41 Saimiri sciureus, 43 Telemetry Aotus trivirgatus, 32 Trapping Cebuella pygmaea. 37 Trinidad Alouatta seniculus. 101, 108 Cebus albifrons, 101, 108, 109 national parks, 108, 109 wildlife management, 109 United States legislation, 91, 92 primate imports. 92-95 Venezuela Alouatta seniculus, 101 Cebus nigrivittatus. 101 national parks, 102, 107. 108 Wildlife management Colombia, 90,91,97 Trinidad. 109

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