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Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ecology of vision: Colour and light
Monday 4 August, 16:00-18:00
Moorfoot
Chair: Mundy, N.
117 COLOUR VISION DISCRIMINATION IN THE BLACK HOWLER MONKEY (ALOUATTA CARAYA)
A.C. Araújo Jr.*1, J.J. Didonet1, C.S. Araújo1, P.G. Saletti1, T.R.J. Borges1, V.F. Pessoa1
1University of Brasilia, Brazil, 2Zoological Gardens of Brasilia, Brazil
118 EFFECTIVENESS OF CHROMATIC AND ACHROMATIC SIGNALS IN FRUIT FORAGING OF WILD SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI)
C. Hiramatsu*1, A.D. Melin2, F. Aureli3, C.M. Schaffner4, M. Vorobyev5, S. Kawamura1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University of Calgary, Canada, 3Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 4University of Chester, United Kingdom, 5University of Queensland, Australia
119 DOES COLOUR VISION EXPLAIN VARIATION IN FORAGING BEHAVIOUR FOR WILD TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS BRUNNEUS)?
J. A. Bunce*, L. A. Isbell
University of California, Davis, United States
120 DETECTING FOOD OVER THE 24-HOUR CYCLE: DO CATHEMERAL LEMURS USE DIFFERENT CUES AT DIFFERENT LIGHT CONDITIONS?
G. Donati*1, A. Bollen2, K.A.I. Nekaris1, S.K. Bearder1
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2UNEP ROAP, Thailand
121 THE EFFECT OF MOONLIGHT ON ACTIVITY IN NOCTURNAL PRIMATES IN RELATION TO THEIR DIETARY ECOLOGICAL NICHES
Deborah Curtis*1, Ruth Waters2, Robin Crompton3
1Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 2Natural England, United Kingdom, 3The University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
122 MUTATIONS CREATING NOVEL SPECTRAL TYPES OF ATELID L/M OPSIN ALLELES AND THE NATURAL SELECTION ACTING TO MAINTAIN ALLELIC POLYMORPHISM OF L/M OPSIN GENES IN WILD POPULATIONS OF NEW WORLD MONKEYS
S. Kawamura*1, Y. Matsumoto1, N. Ozawa1, T. Hiwatashi1, Y. Okabe1, T. Tsutsui1, C. Hiramatsu1, A.D. Melin2, H. Innan3, C.M. Schaffner4, F. Aureli5, L.M. Fedigan2
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University of Calgary, Canada, 3Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 4University of Chester, United Kingdom, 5Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom