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Poster reception 2
Wednesday 6th August, 18:00-19:30
Cromdale Hall
553 COMPARISON OF THE JAVAN GIBBON (HYLOBATES MOLOCH) POPULATION AT GUNUNG HALIMUN-SALAK AND UJUNG KULON NATIONAL PARK, INDONESIA
E. Iskandar*1, R.C. Kyes2, H. Alikodra3, S.S. Mansjoer4, M. Bismark5
1Primate Research Center of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, 2Dept. of Psychology & Washington National Primate Research Center, University of Washington, United States, 3Faculty of Forestry of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, 4Faculty of Animal Science of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, 5Forest and Nature Conservation Research and Development Center, Indonesia
554 ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SANKURU NATURE RESERVE, THE LARGEST CONTINUOUS PROTECTED AREA FOR GREAT APES
A. Tusumba*1, M. Mulavwa2, E. Lubala3, M.S. Balemba2, K. Yangozene2, J.M. Benishay3
1Action Communautaire pour la Protection des Primates du Kasai, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 2Centre de Recherche en Ecologie et Foresterie, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 3Bonobo Conservation Initiative, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
555 SOCIAL PERCEPTIONS OF CHIMPANZEES IN TOMBALI (GUINEA-BISSAU, WEST AFRICA)
S. Costa*1, C. Casanova2, P. Lee1
1University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal, 3Portuguese Primatological Association, Portugal
556 DEMOGRAPHICS AND BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY OF A FOREST FRAGMENT POPULATION OF CHIMPANZEES
J. Wallis*1, A. Wallace2
1American University of Nigeria, Nigeria, 2Kasokwa Forest Project, Uganda
557 CAN INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE CONTRIBUTE TO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION? A CASE STUDY OF THE BECHATI-FOSSIMONDI-BESALI CROSS RIVER GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA DIELHI) SITE
Ndeloh Denis Etiendem
Vrije Universitiet Brussel (VUB), Belgium
558 CROSS RIVER GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA DIEHLI) PROTECTION MEASURES AT KAGWENE MOUNTAIN, CAMEROON
H. Mboh*1, J.L. Sunderland-Groves2
1Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection, Cameroon, 2CIFOR, Indonesia
559 DISCOVERY AND PROTECTION OF NEWLY IDENTIFIED BONOBO POPULATIONS: BONOBO SURVEYS, INFORMATION EXCHANGE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A LINKED CONSTELLATION OF COMMUNITY-BASED RESERVES
S. Coxe*1, N. Mwanza2, A. Almquist1, M. Hurley1, E. Lubala1, J.M. Benishay1, A. Lokasola3, A. Tusumba4, M. Mulavwa2, K. Yangozene2, M.S. Balemba2, B. Mupenda1
1Bonobo Conservation Initiative, United States, 2Centre de Recherche en Ecologie et Foresterie, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 3Vie Sauvage, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 4ACOPRIK, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
560 REVIVAL OF BONOBO RESEARCH, MONITORING AND CONSERVATION AT LILUNGU, DRC
M. Mulavwa*, M.S. Balemba
Centre de Recherche en Ecologie et Foresterie, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
561 SURVEYS, MONITORING, HABITUATION AND PROTECTION OF BONOBOS AT KOKOLOPORI, DRC
A. Lokasola
Vie Sauvage, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
562 THE GORILLA SITUATION IN KAHUZI-BIEGA NATIONAL PARK, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO, IN THE POST WAR PERIOD AND CONSERVATION EFFORTS OF THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES
Dominique Bikaba
Pole Pole Foundation, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
563 HABITUATION AND CONSERVATION OF WESTERN GORILLAS IN MOUKALABA-DOUDOU NATIONAL PARK, GABON
C. Ando*, Y. Iwata, J. Yamagiwa
Kyoto University, Japan
564 RAPID DECLINE IN SIZE OF THE LARGEST RECORDED GROUP OF MOUNTAIN GORILLAS (GORILLA BERINGEI BERINGEI), VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK, RWANDA
V. Vecellio*, F. Ndagijimana, T. Ngaboyamahina, K. Fawcett
Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, Karisoke Research Center, Rwanda
565 MORPHOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE ANTHROPOID THORACIC CAGE: RIB ORIENTATION AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR ORTHOGRADE POSTURAL BEHAVIOR
M. Kagaya*, N. Ogihara, M. Nakatsukasa
Lab. of Physical Anthropology, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto Univ., Japan
566 TESTING THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ISCHIAL TUBEROSITY SIZE, POSITIONAL BEHAVIOR AND BODY MASS IN A COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN CERCOPITHECIDS
W.S. McGraw
The Ohio State University, United States
567 LOCOMOTOR BIOMECHANICS IN APES: NEW INSIGHTS, NEW QUESTIONS
K. D'Août*1, E.E. Vereecke3, K. Schoonaert2, F. Michilsens1, P. Aerts1
1University of Antwerp, Belgium, 2Centre for Research and Conservation, Belgium, 3University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, 4Ghent University, Belgium
569 THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE GIBBON HIND LIMB AND A KINEMATIC STUDY OF JUMPING GIBBONS
A.J. Channon*, E.E. Vereecke, M.M. Gunther
University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
570 A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON LOCOMOTOR KINEMATICS IN ZOO ENVIRONMENT
E. Hirasaki*1, T. Takano2, H. Kumakura1
1Osaka University, Japan, 2Japan Monkey Center, Japan
571 HEAD-TILT AND UNIMANUAL HAND USE DURING FEEDING IN VARECIA VARIEGATA VARIEGATA
E.L. Nelson*1, F.S. Ruperti2, J.M. O'Karma1, M.A. Novak1
1University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States, 2Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
572 THE MECHANICAL REASONS OF THE INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF FINGER TIPS
U. Witzel*1, H. Preuschoft2
1Faculty for mechanical engineering, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, 2Medical Faculty, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
573 FINGER LENGTH RATIOS (2D:4D) AND EARLY PROGRAMMING OF COMPETITIVE TRAITS IN ANTHROPOIDS
E.C. Nelson*1, S. Shultz1, R.I.M. Dunbar2
1University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2Univeristy of Oxford, United Kingdom
574 A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF SOCIAL TOLERANCE BY CHIMPANZEES TOWARDS A CONSPECIFIC WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
J.D. Carter
Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, United States
575 RESPONSE TO INEQUITY IN EFFORT AND REWARD IN BROWN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
M. van Wolkenten*1, S.F. Brosnan2, F.B.M. de Waal3
1Washington State University, United States, 2Georgia State University, United States, 3Emory University, United States
576 SPONTANEOUS HELPING BEHAVIOR IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)?
J.L. Barnes*, L.R. Santos
Yale University, United States
577 ATTENDING TO THE OUTCOMES OF OTHERS: DISADVANTAGEOUS INEQUITY AVERSION IN MALE CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
G.E. Fletcher1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2University of Georgia, United States
578 THIRD PARTY PUNISHMENT IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
K.R. Riedl*, K.J. Jensen, J.C. Call, M.T. Tomasello
ax Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
579 DO BYSTANDERS AFFILIATE EACH OTHER AFTER A CONFLICT? A BEHAVIOURAL STUDY ON GELADA BABOONS (THEROPITHECUS GELADA)
G. Mancini*, M. Mignini, A. Leone, E. Palagi
Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio, via Roma, 79, Italy
580 INTERCHANGE BETWEEN GROOMING AND TOLERANCE AMONG WILD TUFTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA): COMBINING EXPERIMENTS AND OBSERVATIONS
B. Tiddi*1, E. Polizzi di Sorrentino1, F. Aureli1, C. Janson2, G. Schino3
1Research Centre in Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 2Division of Biological Sciences, University of Montana, United States, 3Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie della Cognizione, C.N.R., Italy
582 LEADERSHIP AND GROUP DECISION-MAKING IN BABOONS: DEMOCRACY OR DESPOTISM?
A.L. de Raad*, R.A. Hill
Durham University, United Kingdom
583 PHYLETIC POSITION AND DISPERSAL ROUTE OF PARADOLICHOPITHECUS AND PROCYNOCEPHALUS, LARGE-BODIED CERCOPITHECINES FROM THE LATE PLIOCENE TO EARLY PLEISTOCENE OF EURASIA
M. Takai*1, E.N. Maschenko2, T.D. Nishimura1
1Primate Res. Inst., Kyoto Univ., Japan, 2Paleontological Inst., Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation
584 DIVISION OF INSULAR AND MAINLAND SOUTHEAST ASIAN SLOW LORISES BY CRANIOMETRIC ANALYSIS, AND THE DIVERSITY OF NYCTICEBUS COUCANG TAXA
S.D. Fam*, I. Maryanto, M. Shekelle
National University of Singapore, Singapore
585 DOES HABITAT FRAGMENTATION AND LOSS INFLUENCE PARASITE PREVALENCE AND RICHNESS DIFFERENTLY IN ARBOREAL AND TERRESTRIAL AFRICAN FOREST PRIMATES?
David N.M. Mbora*, Mark A. McPeek
Dartmouth College, United States
586 A NEW COMBINED MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY FOR THE ORDER PRIMATES, WITH RELAXED-CLOCK ESTIMATES OF DIVERGENCE TIMES USING MULTIPLE FOSSIL CALIBRATIONS.
H.J. Chatterjee*1, R. Shore1, I. Barnes2, C. Groves3, S.Y.W. Ho4
1University College London, United Kingdom, 2Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom, 3Australian National University, Australia, 4University of Oxford, United Kingdom
587 COLOUR PREFERENCES IN ZOO-HOUSED GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) AND CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
D.L. Wells1, C.L. McDonald1, J.E. Ringland1, T. Cooper*1
1Queen's University, United Kingdom, 2Belfast Zoological Gardens, United Kingdom
588 FRUIT DETECTION BY MARMOSETS: IS IT TRICHROMACY IMPORTANT?
D.M.A. Pessoa*1, E.S. Perini2, V.F. Pessoa2
1Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, 2University of Brasilia, Brazil
589 TRICHROMATIC AND DICHROMATIC MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX GEOFFROYI) MAY DIFFER IN FOOD INSPECTION STRATEGIES
M.B. Novy1, N.I. Mundy2, N.G. Caine*1
1California State University San Marcos, United States, 2University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
590 COLOR DISCRIMINATION ON DETECTING FOOD TARGET OF ALOUATTA CARAYA (PRIMATES, ATELIDAE)
S. Chabrawi*, R.C.A. Ajuz, V.F. Pessoa, M.F.P. Araújo
University of Brasilia, Brazil
591 WHY DO NOCTURNAL PRIMATES HAVE CONES?
E. Davion*1, R.D. Martin2
1The University of Chicago, United States, 2The Field Museum, United States
592 SAVANNA CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES VERUS) AND BAOBAB FRUITS (ADANSONIA DIGITATA) AT FONGOLI, SENEGAL: PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON BEHAVIORAL DETAILS OF PERCUSSIVE TECHNOLOGY
M. Gaspersic*1, J.D. Pruetz2
1Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis, Slovenia, 2Iowa State University, United States
593 DIFFERENCES IN FRUIT IN THE DIET AMONG INDIVIDUALS IN THE WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA (GORILLA G. GORILLA) GROUP AT MOUKALABA-DOUDOU NATIONAL PARK, GABON
I. Iwata*, C. Ando
Kyoto university, Japan
594 COPROPHAGY IN SAVANNA CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES VERUS) AT FONGOLI, SOUTH-EASTERN SENEGAL
P. Bertolani*1, J.D. Pruetz2
1University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2Iowa State University, United States
595 CONSUMPTION OF FUNGUS AND INVASIVE PLANTS BY EULEMUR ALBOCOLLARIS IN MANOMBO FOREST, SOUTHEASTERN MADAGASCAR
F.B. Ralainasolo*1, J.H. Ratsimbazafy2, N.J. Stevens3
1University of Antananarivo, Madagascar, 2Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Madagascar, 3Ohio University, United States
596 PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE FEEDING ECOLOGY OF THE SOUTHERN GENTLE LEMUR, HAPALEMUR MERIDIONALIS, IN THE MANDENA LITTORAL FOREST, SOUTHEASTERN MADAGASCAR
T.M. Eppley*, G. Donati
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
597 IDENTIFICATION OF PLANTS EATEN BY L'HOEST'S MONKEY (CERCPITHECUS L'HOESTI) IN TAYNA GORILLA RESERVE, DRC
Jeanny Kahindo Misave
Tayna center for conservation biology, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
598 AN ISOTOPIC ASSESSMENT OF INTER- AND INTRA- GROUP DIETARY VARIABILITY OF PAPIO H. HAMADRYAS, PAPIO H. ANUBIS AND THEIR HYBRIDS IN THE AWASH NATIONAL PARK, ETHIOPIA
N.H. Fourie*2, J. Lee-Thorp1, C. Jolly3, J. Phillips-Conroy4, F.L. Brett5
1Division of Archaeological, Geographical and Environmental Sciences, University of Bradford, United Kingdom, 2Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology, George Washington University, United States, 3Department of Anthropology and CSHO, New York University, and NYCEP, United States, 4Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Washington University School of Medicine, United States, 5Awash National Park Baboon Research Project, United States
599 MALE AND PREGNANT FEMALE RINGTAILED LEMUR FEEDING AND NUTRITION DURING A TAMARIND FRUITING FAILURE IN THE GALLERY FOREST AT THE BEZA-MAHAFALY SPECIAL RESERVE, MADAGASCAR
M. LaFleur*, L. Gould
University of Victoria, Canada
600 HABITAT CHANGE AND THE ROLE OF BABOONS, HUMANS AND ELEPHANTS AS SEED DISPERSERS
S.C. Strum1, G.A. Stirling*2, P. Muchiri2, F.O. Molo2, J. King'aa1
1University of California, United States, 2Uaso Ngiro Baboon Project, Kenya
602 PHENOTYPE, FUNCTION AND ORIGIN OF PERIPHERAL CD4+CD8+ T LYMPHOCYTES IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS: NOVEL MODEL FOR HUMAN AGING
K.T. Terao
Tsukuba Primate Research Center, National Institute of Biomedical InnovationNational Institute, Japan
603 POSSIBLE PRESENCE OF SENSITIVITY TO GLUTEN (CELIAC DISEASE) AMONG CAPTIVE PRIMATES OF THE SUBFAMILY CALLITRICHINAE
Danilo Simonini Teixeira*, Alexandre Tavares, Rodrigo Almeida, Maria Clotilde Tavares, Rita Martins, Lenora Goldolfi, Riccardo Pratesi
Universty of Brazilian, Brazil
604 EFFECT ON LEMUR CATTA ALOPECIA OF REMOVING LEUCAENA LEUCOCEPHALA AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR: MANAGEMENT DECISIONS
Hajarimanitra Rambeloarivony*1, Alison Jolly2
1Berenty Private Reserve, Madagascar, 2Department of Biology and Environmental Science, United Kingdom
605 PHENOTYPE AND FUNCTION OF NATURAL KILLER CELLS IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS
Hiroaki Shibata*, Keiji Terao
National institute of biomedical Innovation, Japan
606 ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ELISA SYSTEM FOR THE DETECTION OF CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS (MACACA FASCICULARIS) AUTO-ANTIBODIES AGAINST CALRETICULIN
A. Higashino*, H. Shibata, K. Terao
National Institute of Biomedical Innovation, Japan
607 PRIMATE VETERINARIANS: COLLABORATORS WITH FIELD AND LABORATORY PRIMATOLOGISTS
Susanne Rensing*1, D. Rick Lee1
1Covance Laboratories, Germany, 2Charles River Laboratories, United States
608 MUTATION ANALYSIS OF DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEY (MACACA FASCICULARIS) PEDIGREE
N. Ageyama*1, H. Koie2, K. Kanayama2, T. Sakai2, T. Sankai1, K. Terao1
1Tsukuba Primate Research Center, National Institute of Biomedical Innovation, Japan, 2Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Bioresource Sciences, Nihon University, Japan
609 DAILY CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS AND HEALTH MONITORING OF HABITUATED MOUNTAIN GORILLAS (GORILLA BERINGEI BERINGEI) IN UGANDA
B.J. Ssebide*1, J.B. Nizeyi1, M. Ocaido2, M.R. Cranfield3, L. Gaffikin4
1Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project, Uganda, 2Wildlife and Animal Resources Management Department, Makerere University, Uganda, 3Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project, Inc, United States, 4John Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States
610 HAEMATHOLOGICAL VALUES IN BABOONS COMPARING INDOOR AND OUTDOOR REARING SYSTEMS
L. Martínez-Alarcon*, G. Ramis, N. García, M. Majado, P. Ramírez, A Muñoz
University of Murcia, Spain
611 ASSESSMENT OF METHODS FOR FECAL PARASITE COLLECTION AND LABORATORY ANALYSIS IN TWO LEMUR SPECIES, EULEMUR ALBOCOLLARIS, VARECIA VARIEGATA VARIEGATA
S.K. Martin
SUNY Stony Brook, United States
612 THE IDENTIFICATION OF ENTAMOEBA SPP. IN CAPTIVE NON-HUMAN PRIMATES IN BELGIUM AND THE NETHERLANDS
B. Levecke*1, P. Geldhof1, T. Geurden1, P. Dorny2, F. Vercammen3, E. Claerebout1, J. Vercruysse1
1Ghent University, Belgium, 2Prince Leopold Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium, 3Centre for Research and Conservation, Belgium
613 STUDY OF GASTRIC EMPTYING UNDER THREE DIFFERENT HOUSING CONDITIONS IN OLIVE BABOONS (PAPIO ANUBIS)
N. García, G. Ramis*, L. Martínez-Alarcon, P. Ramírez, A. Muñoz
University of Murcia, Spain
614 COMPARISION OF WHITE BLOOD CELLS/LYMPOCYTES RATIO IN ADULT BABOONS REARED IN INDOOR AND OUTDOOR CONDITIONS
G. Ramis*, N. García, L. Martínez-Alarcon, M. Majado, P. Ramírez, A. Muñoz
University of Murcia, Spain
615 THE USE OF SPATIAL ANALYSIS IN ANTIPOACHING EFFORTS IN KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA
A.A. Pokempner*1, L. Pintea2, F. Babweteera3, R.W. Wrangham4
1Stony Brook University, United States, 2The Jane Goodall Institute, United States, 3Makerere University, Uganda, 4Harvard University, United States
616 THE ROLE OF TASTE PREFERENCE AND WEALTH IN BUSHMEAT HUNTING IN VILLAGES ADJACENT TO MAROJEJY NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
M. Nielsen*1, E.R. Patel2
1University Of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2Cornell University, United States
617 LESSONS FOR PRIMATE RELATED COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION
Shirley C. Strum, D.L. Manzolillo Nightingale*, Aliya Bauer
Uaso Ngiro Baboon Project, Kenya
618 SUDYING THE IMPACT OF THE ROOTS & SHOOTS PROGRAM ON CHILDREN IN THE LUGUFU CONGOLESE REFUGEE CAMP, TANZANIA
S. Meshach1, C. Buerki2, P.O. Waeber*2
1Jane Goodall Institute - Roots & Shoots, Tanzania, United Republic of, 2Jane Goodall Institute, Switzerland
619 STATUS OF PRIMATE POPULATIONS IN THE PROTECTED AREAS OF SOUTH EAST SÃO PAULO ATLANTIC FOREST, BRAZIL
Rafael Bueno*1, Mauro Galetti2
1Pró-Muriqui, Brazil, 2Paulista State University UNESP, Brazil
620 THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT ON THE LOCOMOTIVE, FEEDING AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI) IN THE ZOOLOGICO NACIONAL, HONDURAS
S.E. Turnock*1, K.Y. Slater2
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2Operation Wallacea, United Kingdom
621 FOOD AND MEDICINE: BONOBO AND HUMAN PLANT CONSUMPTION AT LUI KOTALE, DRC, WITH FOCUS ON PLANT ALKALOID CONTENT
G.K. Matchimba*1, N.I. Bondjengo1, B.I. Fruth2
1Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 2Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
622 CONTRIBUTION OF VARECIA RUBRA TO FOREST REGENERATION THROUGH SEED DISPERSAL IN A RAIN FOREST CORRIDOR, MASOALA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
B.T. Martinez
University of Minnesota, Conservation Biology Program, United States
623 PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE TANA RIVER MANGABEY (CERCOCEBUS GALERITUS) DIET
J. Wieczkowski*1, C.B. Mowry2, E.S. Dierenfeld3
1University of West Georgia, United States, 2Berry College, United States, 3Saint Louis Zoo, United States
624 A GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM MODEL OF GROUP SIZE IN VERVET MONKEYS (CERCOPITHECUS AETHIOPS)
E.P. Willems*, R.A. Hill
Durham University, United Kingdom
625 DEMOGRAPHY, ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION STATUS OF THE KIPUNJI RUNGWECEBUS KIPUNJI IN SOUTHERN TANZANIA
T.R.B. Davenport1, C.E. Bracebridge*2, D.W. De Luca1, N.E. Mpunga1, S Marsden2
1Wildlife Conservation Society, Tanzania, United Republic of, 2Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
626 STATUS OF THE GOLDEN MONKEY (CERCOPITHECUS MITIS KANDTI) IN VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARKS, RWANDA
D. Tuyisingize*, K. Fawcett
Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, Karisoke Research Center, Rwanda
627 TOWARDS A LOCAL EXTINCTION OF SEVERAL THREATENED PRIMATE SPECIES IN CÔTE D’IVOIRE
S Gonedelé Bi1, JC Bené1, A Bitty1, A Sangaré1, D Zinner*1
1Département de génétique, Université d’Abidjan-Cocody, Cote D'Ivoire, 2Centre Suisse de Recherches Scientifiques en Côte d’Ivoire, Cote D'Ivoire, 3Laboratoire de zoologie, Université d’Abidjan-Cocody, Cote D'Ivoire, 4German Primate Center, Germany
628 THE DISTRIBUTION AND POPULATION VARIATION WITHIN THE MOUNTAIN GALAGO GALAGOIDES ORINUS FROM TANZANIA
A. Perkin
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
629 MOVING INTO LESS FAMILIAR AREAS. HOW IMPORTANT IS LONG TERM SPATIAL MEMORY FOR MANGABEY FORAGING EFFICIENCY?
K.R.L. Janmaat*1, R. Chancellor1
1University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2University of California, United States
630 THE HUMAN IS THE ONLY PRIMATE SPECIES OF WHICH INDIVIDUALS CAN TRAVEL: A HYPOTHESIS
T. Enomoto
Tokai University, Japan
631 HOME RANGE SIZE, TROOP SIZE AND HABITAT USE OF WESTERN PURPLE-FACED LEAF MONKEYS (TRACYPITHECUS VETULUS NESTOR) IN TALANGAMA WETLAND, SRI LANKA
R.S. Moore*, C. Eschmann, K.A.I. Nekaris
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
632 SEASONAL VARIATION IN RANGING OF THE SANJE MANGABEY (CERCOCEBUS SANJEI), PRELIMINARY RESULTS
E.K. Lloyd*, G. Pagès, C.L. Ehardt
University of Texas at San Antonio, United States
633 COMPARISON OF HOME RANGE CALCULATION METHODS: GOLDEN LION TAMARINS AS A CASE STUDY
S.J. Hankerson*, J.M. Dietz
University of Maryland, United States
634 EVIDENCE FOR SPATIAL KNOWLEDGE ABOUT FOOD RESOURCE OF JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSUCATA) IN TERMS OF TRAVELLING PATTERNS
M. Nishikawa
Kyoto University, Japan
635 A FIELD EXPERIMENT OF STRANGER INDIVIDUAL RECOGNITION IN HANUMAN LANGURS, SEMNOPITHECUS ENTELLUS AROUND JODHPUR (INDIA)
Lal Singh Rajpurohit*, A.K. chhangani, N.R. Bhaker, R.S. Rajpurohit, D.S. Rajpurohit, Gautam Sharma, Devi Lal, Prateek Vijay
J.N.V. University, India
636 ENHANCED RECOGNITION OF EMOTIONAL STIMULI IN THE CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES)
Fumihiro Kano*, Masayuki Tanaka, Masaki Tomonaga
Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
637 INDIVIDUAL FACIAL RECOGNITION IN RING-TAILED LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA)
E.H.R. Moss
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
638 CONTRACEPTION FOR POPULATION CONTROL IN MACAQUES
K. Shimizu*1, S. Asaba2, Y. Takenoshita3
1Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Monkey Park Iwatayama, Japan, 3Chubu Gakuin University, Japan
639 REPRODUCTIVE PARAMETERS OVER A 37-YEAR PERIOD OF REHABILITATED FEMALE BORNEO ORANGUTANS (P. P. MORIO) AT SEPILOK ORANGUTAN REHABILITATION CENTRE
N. Kuze*1, A. Russon2, S. Sipangkui3, T. Malim3, L. Ambu3, H. Bernard4, S. Kohshima5
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Glendon College of York University, Canada, 3Sabah Wildlife Department, Malaysia, 4Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia, 5Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
640 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TESTIS MICROSTRUCTURE OF THE HUMAN AND GREAT APES
M. Nakano*1, H. Fujii-Hanamoto1, T. Enomoto1, K. Matsubayashi2
1Tokai University, Japan, 2Kyoto Unuversity, Japan
641 DENSITY, BIRTH SEASONALITY AND INFANT MORTALITY IN GOLDEN-HEADED LION TAMARINS (LEONTOPITHECUS CHRYSOMELAS) INHABITING A SEMI-DECIDUOUS FOREST FRAGMENT IN BAHIA, BRAZIL
C.E. Guidorizzi*1, M.C.M. Kierulff2, M.R. Alvarez1
1UESC - Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz, Brazil, 2Parque Zoológico de São Paulo, Brazil
642 DID MATERNAL PLASMA PCBS CONTAMINATIONS AFFECT HER OFFSPRING'S BEHAVIOR IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS (MACACA FASCICULARIS)?
Akiko Nakagami*1, Takayuki Negishi2, Katsuyoshi Kawasaki3, Yoichiro Kuroda1, Yasuhiro Yoshikawa1, Takamasa Koyama1
1Japan Women's University, Japan, 2Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan, 3Hoshi University, Japan, 4Tokyo Metropolitan Institute for Neuroscience, Japan, 5Tokyo University, Japan
643 HISTOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION OF CLAUDIN FAMILY IN THE TESTIS OF RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA)
H. Fujii-Hanamoto*1, M. Nakano1, T. Enomoto1, S. Matsubayashi1
1Tokai University School of Medicine, Japan, 2Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
644 ASSESSING TEMPORAL AND INTER-INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN SECONDARY SEX RATIOS IN THE YELLOW BABOON (PAPIO CYNOCEPHALUS) IN MIKUMI NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA
L. Jolly*, D. Hawkins, S.K. Wasser, G.W. Norton
Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom
645 FERTILITY OF OLDER FEMALE CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS COMPARED WITH YOUNGER MONKEYS
N. Shimozawa*1, M. Hatori2, T. Sankai1
1Tsukuba Primate Research Center, National Institute of Biomedical Innovation, Japan, 2Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan
647 CULTURE OF RHESUS MONKEY OVARIAN FRAGMENTS WITH 2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN: EFFECTS ON FOLLICLE NUMBER AND SIZE
Nazima Shahnoor*1, Lisa K. Conley1, Kimberly Broomfield2, Ling Zhong2, Sarah Newburg1, Julia Kluever1, Reinhold Hutz1
1University of Wisconsin, United States, 2Milwaukee Area Technical College, United States
648 COMPLEXITY IN CHIMPANZEE GROOMING CLIQUES: COMPLEX THOUGHTS OR SIMPLE RULES?
Y.I. Russell*, R.I.M. Dunbar
School of Biological Sciences, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
649 GROOMING DISTRIBUTION AND RECIPROCITY BETWEEN FEMALE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES SCHWEINFURTHII) AT NGOGO, KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA
M.L. Wakefield
Yale University, United States
650 GRUNTING AND GROOMING IN WILD OLIVE BABOONS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR LANGUAGE EVOLUTION?
R.A. Hoolahan*1, S.C. Strum2
1Uaso Ngiro Baboon Project, Kenya, 2University of California, San Diego, United States
651 NEPOTISTIC BACK-SCRATCHING: PATTERNS OF GROOMING AMONG CAPTIVE FEMALE SPIDER MONKEYS
M.A. Rodrigues
Ohio State University, United States
652 FISSION-FUSION SOCIALITY IN SOUTHERN MURIQUIS (BRACHYTELES ARACHNOIDES) IN THE CONTINUOUS ATLANTIC FOREST OF BRAZIL
R.C. Coles*1, M.G. Talebi2, P.C. Lee3
1Department of Biological Anthropology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2Pró-Muriqui Association, Brazil, 3Department of Psychology, University of Stirling, United Kingdom
653 GROUPING PATTERNS AND SPATIAL CROWDING IN AN ALL-MALE GROUP OF CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES VERUS): IMPLICATION FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIALITY
Nerea Amezcua-Valmala*, M.Victoria Fernández-Lloreda, Fernando Colmenares
Departmento de Metodología de las Ciencias del Comportamiento. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
654 ETHOGRAM OF PLAY BEHAVIOUR OF HANUMAN LANGURS: THE EVALUATION OF THE CHARACTER OF THE PATTERNS
Milada Petru*1, Marek Spinka2
1Charles University, Czech Republic, 2Institute of Animal Science, Czech Republic
655 ADULT PLAY IN A FAMILY GROUP OF CAPTIVE COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)
Tatiana Margarita Peraffán Eraso*, Andrea Vignolo, Ivan Norscia, Elisabetta Palagi
Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio, Università di Pisa, Italy
656 SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF DELACOUR’S LANGUR (TRACHYPITHECUS DELACOURI) IN VAN LONG NATURE RESERVE, VIETNAM
Vinh Thanh Nguyen*, Vu Khoi Le
Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Viet Nam
657 INTRODUCTORY STUDY ABOUT THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF THE OWL-FACED MONKEY (CERCOPITHECUS HAMLYNI) IN TAYNA NATURE RESERVE, EASTERN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO
Honoré Kambale Masumbuko*, Emmanuel Kambale Shabantu, Jackson Kabuyaya Mbeke
Tayna Center for Conservation Biology, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
658 COMPARING URINARY TESTOSTERONE LEVELS OF PRIMATES: PROBLEMS WITH ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS USING HELIX POMATIA JUICE
B. Hauser*, C. Boesch, T. Deschner
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
659 TIME COURSE OF CHANGES IN PLASMA INHIBIN B LEVEL IN MALE JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA)
Mariko Itoh*1, Ken Takumi2, Motoharu Hayashi2, Jun Sato1, Gen Watanabe3, Kazuyoshi Taya3, Keiko Shimizu2
1Futuristic Environmental Simulation Center, Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, Nagoya University, Japan, 2Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 3Laboratory of Veterinary Physiology, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
660 PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS OF SEASONAL CHANGES IN FECAL GLUCOCORTICOID LEVELS IN WILD SYKES MONKEYS (CERCOPITHECUS MITIS ALBOGULARIS) AT GEDE RUINS, KENYA.
S. Foerster*1, S. Monfort2
1Columbia University, Dept. of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology, United States, 2National Zoological Park, Conservation and Research Center, United States
661 NON-INVASIVE SALIVARY COLLECTION TECHNIQUES IN CAPTIVE BROWN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
M.E. Benitez*, S.F. Anestis, L.R. Santos, R.G. Bribiescas
Yale University, United States
662 THE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CONSEQUENCES OF DARTING AND COLLARING ON THE UGANDA RED COLOBUS MONKEY
M.D. Wasserman*1, C.A. Chapman2, T.E. Ziegler3
1University of California, Berkeley, United States, 2McGill University, Canada, 3University of Wisconsin - Madison, United States, 4National Primate Research Center, United States, 5Wildlife Conservation Society, United States
663 LITTLE EVIDENCE FOR AGGRESSIVE CONFLICTS LEADING TO INCREASED URINARY CORTISOL IN A ZOO-HOUSED GROUP OF SPIDER MONKEYS
N. Davis*2, C.M. Schaffner1, T.E. Smith1
1Chester zoo, United Kingdom, 2University of Chester, United Kingdom
664 VOCAL INDIVIDUALITY IN WHITE-CHEEKED CRESTED GIBBONS (NOMASCUS LEUCOGENYS): ACOUSTIC FEATURES AND SONG ORGANIZATION
Hou-Chun Chen*, Gisela Kaplan
University of New England, Australia
665 INDIVIDUAL SIGNATURES IN COMMUNICATION CALLS OF A NOCTURNAL LEMUR (MICROCEBUS MURINUS)
L.M.C. Leliveld*, M. Scheumann, E. Zimmermann
University of Vetrinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
666 COMPARISONS OF BEHAVIOURAL PATTERNS AND VOCALISATIONS IN PAIR-HOUSED AND FAMILY-HOUSED CAPTIVE HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA CARAYA)
H. Farmer*1, L.A. Leaver2, A.B. Plowman1
1Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust, United Kingdom, 2Exeter University, United Kingdom
667 FOOD CALLS OF COMMON MARMOSETS, CALLITHRIX JACCHUS
L.E. Stewart, G. Kaplan, L.J. Rogers*
University of New England, Australia
668 ULTRASONIC ADVERTISEMENT CALLING IN THE GOODMAN’S MOUSE LEMUR: SEASONAL EFFECTS AND INDIVIDUALITY
C. Schopf*, M. Scheumann, E. Zimmermann
Institute of Zoology, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
669 BEHAVIOURAL AND VOCAL REPERTOIRES OF CAPTIVE GREY-LEGGED NIGHT MONKEYS AOTUS LEMURINUS GRISEIMEMBRA (ELLIOT, 1912)
N. Morris1, A. Richardson1, B.M. Bezerra*1, C. Schwitzer2, G. Jones1
1University of Bristol, United Kingdom, 2Bristol Zoo Gardens, United Kingdom
670 MODIFICATION OF ACOUSTIC CALL VARIABLES THROUGH THE USE OF HANDS AND TOOLS IN WILD ORANGUTANS
M.E. Hardus*1, A.R. Lameira1, C.P. van Schaik3, S.A. Wich2
1Utrecht University, Netherlands, 2Great Ape Trust of Iowa, United States, 3Zurich University, Switzerland
671 GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN FUNCTIONALLY EQUIVALENT CALLS IN WILD ORANGUTANS
A.R. Lameira*1, M.E. Hardus1, A. Naso3, C.P. van Schaik3, S.A. Wich2
1Utrecht University, Netherlands, 2Great Ape Trust of Iowa, United States, 3Zurich University, Switzerland
672 THE SCREECH COMPLEX OF CALLS OF IMMATURE BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA CARAYA)
R. da Cunha*1, R. Byrne1
1Caixa Postal 17011, Brazil, 2School of Psychology, University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom
673 TRIADIC POST-CONFLICT INTERACTIONS AS SUBSTITUTE FOR RECONCILIATION IN CHIMPANZEES
T. Romero*, F.B.M. de Waal
Living Links, Emory University, United States