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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The family group consisted of adult male and female, three juvenile-subadult offspring, and an infant carried by the father. Two patterns of activity were identified: one in which two major feeding peaks were separated by a single long rest period and a relatively long travel distance between the two major feeding sites; and a second in which three major feeding peaks were separated by rest periods and travel was more evenly dispersed throughout the day.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The family group consisted of adult male and female, three juvenile-subadult offspring, and an infant carried by the father. Two patterns of activity were identified: one in which two major feeding peaks were separated by a single long rest period and a relatively long travel distance between the two major feeding sites; and a second in which three major feeding peaks were separated by rest periods and travel was more evenly dispersed throughout the day.

Callicebus personatus was similar to C. All three species are known to live in monogamous family units with parental care by the adult male, defend territories with loud intergroup vocalizations, and feed primarily upon a small number of widely dispersed fruits.

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Wied-Neuwied, Maximilian Prinz , — Reise nach Brasilien in den Jahren bis , 2 vols. Wright, P. Adaptive advantages of nocturnality in Aotus. Download references. Activity pattern of the masked titi monkey, Callicebus personatus. Primates 24, — Download citation. Received : 19 October Accepted : 24 March Issue Date : July Search SpringerLink Search. Immediate online access to all issues from Subscription will auto renew annually. References Clutton-Brock, T.

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Atlantic titi

Masked titis are restricted to Atlantic coastal forests of Brazil Nowak There are five subspecies which occupy distinct portions of this area Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center, Callicebus personatus is allopatric with the C. Masked titis occur in low densities in widely scattered forests Nowak They inhabit primary and secondary Atlantic coastal forests from sea level to m ft ; and are also found in banana groves Rowe

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The Atlantic titi or masked titi Callicebus personatus is a species of titi , a type of New World monkey , endemic to Brazil. The Atlantic titi is part of the genus Callicebus which is composed of thirteen species and sixteen subspecies. Some more recent classifications of titis recognise many more species, and split the genus into three separate genera. The C. Three subspecies of Callicebus personatus have been described in scientific literature: C. They customarily share their living area with other monkeys such as the lion tamarin and spider monkey. The three subspecies of Callicebus personatus are products of clinical differentiation when certain portions of the population are cut off from the parental stock due to an ecological barrier such as a river and are thus completely genetically isolated from one another.

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