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Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part I)
Tuesday 5th August, 13:30-15:30
Sidlaw
Convenors: Jack, K. & Isbell, L.
317 THE UNUSUAL DISPERSAL PATTERN AND SOCIOGENETIC STRUCTURE OF THE GOLDEN-BROWN MOUSE LEMUR (MICROCEBUS RAVELOBENSIS)
U. Radespiel*, M. Juric, E. Zimmermann
Institute of Zoology, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
318 MOLECULAR ASSESSMENT OF DISPERSAL PATTERNS IN SYMPATRIC WOOLLY AND SPIDER MONKEYS
A. Di Fiore1
1Center for the Study of Human Origins, Department of Anthropology, New York University, United States, 2New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology, United States
319 IMPLICATIONS OF FEMALE DISPERSAL FOR MANAGING THE NORTHERN MURIQUI (BRACHYTELES HYPOXANTHUS)
S.L. Mendes*1, K. Strier2
1Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo, Brazil, 2Wisconsin University, United States
320 EXPLAINING FEMALE DISPERSAL IN A FEMALE-PHILOPATRIC SPECIES (CEBUS CAPUCINUS)
K.M. Jack*1, L.M. Fedigan2
1Tulane Univeristy, United States, 2University of Calgary, Canada
321 ECOLOGICAL, DEMOGRAPHIC AND BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS OF NATAL DISPERSAL IN MONOGAMOUS OWL MONKEYS (AOTUS AZARAI) OF THE ARGENTINEAN CHACO. JACK AND ISBELL SYMPOSIUM
E. Fernandez-Duque*1, C. Juarez1
1University of Pennsylvania, United States, 2Cecoal-Conicet, Argentina
322 DISPERSAL PATTERNS IN PITHECIINES: PRELIMINARY VIEWS AND PREDICTIONS
M.A. Norconk*1, L.M. Veiga2, A.A. Barnett3, M. Bowler4
1Kent State University, United States, 2Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi, Brazil, 3Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 4University of Kent, United Kingdom