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Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ranging
Friday 8th August, 10:00-12:20
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Chair: Huynen, M.
824 HOME RANGE AND HABITAT USE OF THE HAIRY-EARED DWARF LEMUR (ALLOCEBUS TRICHOTIS) IN ANALAMAZAOTRA SPECIAL RESERVE, CENTRAL EASTERN MADAGASCAR
K. Biebouw*1, T. Andrianoelina2, S.K. Bearder1, K.A.I. Nekaris1
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2University of Antananarivo, Madagascar
825 RANGING PATTERNS AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF THE RED SLENDER LORIS (LORIS TARDIGRADUS TARDIGRADUS): A RADIO-TELEMETRY STUDY IN A LOWLAND RAINFOREST IN SRI LANKA
L. Bernede*1, A. Gunawardene2, K.A.I. Nekaris1
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka
826 HOME RANGE STABILITY, RANGE SHIFTS AND GROUP FISSION IN GRAY-CHEEKED MANGABEYS
W. Olupot*1, K. Janmaat2, R. Chancellor3, G. Arlet3, P.M. Waser4
1Wildlife Conservation Society, Uganda, 2University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, 3University of California, United States, 4Purdue University, United States
827 EFFECTS OF FOLIVORY VERSUS FRUGIVORY ON RANGING IN BLACK HOWLERS
G.R. Bridgett*, M.S.M. Pavelka
University of Calgary, Canada
828 RANGING PATTERNS IN BWINDI MOUNTAIN GORILLAS: THE ROLE OF SPATIAL MEMORY, FOOD RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION AND INTERGROUP DYNAMICS
D. Caillaud*1, M. Gray3, J. Ganas1, E. Kagoda4, A. Tumukunde1, J.B. Nkurunungi1, A. McNeilage2, M.M. Robbins1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Wildlife Conservation Society, United States, 3The International Gorilla Conservation Program, Kenya, 4Uganda Wildlife Authority, Uganda
829 RANGING PATTERNS OF CHIMPANZEES IN THE NIMBA MOUNTAINS, GUINEA AND CÔTE D’IVOIRE, WEST AFRICA
N. Granier*1, M.C. Huynen1, T. Matsuzawa2
1Behavioural Biology Unit, University of Liège, Belgium, 2Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
830 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN NEST BUILDING AND RANGING BEHAVIOR IN THE M GROUP CHIMPANZEES AT MAHALE, TANZANIA
Hiroshi Ihobe
Sugiyama Jogakuen University, Japan