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    • Crop raiding patterns of solitary and social groups of red-tailed monkeys on cocoa pods in Uganda 

      Chapman, CA; Baranga, D; Isabirye Basuta, G; Teichroeb, JA (Tropical Conservation Science, 2012-06-19)
      Crop damage by wildlife is a very prevalent form of human-wildlife conflict adjacent to protected areas, and great economic losses from crop raiding impede efforts to protect wildlife. Management plans are needed to decrease ...
    • Darting Primates: Steps Toward Procedural and Reporting Standards 

      Fernandez-Duque, M; Chapman, CA; Glander, KE; Fernandez-Duque, E (International Journal of Primatology, 2017-04-21)
      © 2017 Springer Science+Business Media New York Darting, a common method of capturing wild primates, poses risks to the individuals that must be appropriately minimized. A recent article in the International Journal ...
    • Fruit Selectivity in Anthropoid Primates: Size Matters 

      Valenta, K; Daegling, DJ; Nevo, O; Ledogar, J; Sarkar, D; Kalbitzer, U; Bortolamiol, S; ... (12 authors) (International Journal of Primatology, 2020-06-01)
      © 2020, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature. Certain features of both extant and fossil anthropoid primates have been interpreted as adaptations to ripe fruit foraging and feeding particularly spatulate ...
    • Primate populations in Northwestern Costa Rica: potential for recovery 

      Chapman, CA; Chapman, L; Glander, KE (Primate Conservation, 1989)