Cercopithecus


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Cercopithecus

(ser'kō-pith-ē'kŭs),
A genus of the family Cercopithecidae, represented by guenons and common African monkeys.

Cercopithecus

a genus of Old World monkeys in the family Cercopithecidae; includes macaques, baboons, and vervet and talapoin (Cercopithecus talapoin) monkeys.
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15 12 27 Nandinia binotata 19 10 29 Crossarchus platycephalus 28 32 60 Aonyx capensis 10 4 14 Uromanis tetradactyla 18 12 30 Manis tricuspis 8 5 13 Cercopithecus mona 26 22 48 Cercopithecus nictitans 13 18 31 Cercopithecus spp.
For instance, the virus can replicate in the Cercopithecus family of monheys, but at very low titers, and the monheys do not exhibit clinical symptoms of dengue infection (16).
Cercopithecus monkeys also have higher GUD while exploiting fruit higher of the tree's crowns, and this may be due to an increased risk of being predated by carnivorous birds or to an associated risk to fall (HOULE et al.
e relatado em macacos das especies Callithrix argentata, Cercopithecus erythrogaster, Macaca fuscata, M.
The grove is equally known to house the endangered White-throated monkey, Cercopithecus erythrogaster and threatened tree species like Afzelia africana, Entandrophragma candoleii, Guarea cedrata, M.
1976 [C] Presbytis melalophos Bennett, 1986 [C] DS, QN, PR Cercopithecus aethiops lan- Kavanagh, 1981 [C] QN, PR talus Marmota monax Ferron and Ouellet, 1989 [C] Tamiasciurs spp.
In those primate species where high levels of SIV infection have been found in the wild, namely sooty mangabeys and African green monkeys (the Cercopithecus aethiops super-species), it is primarily adults that are seropositive, leading to the hypothesis that SIV is normally transmitted through sexual activity.
Description of new species of monkeys of the genera Galogo Cebus Alouatta and Cercopithecus.
Polyspecific Life: A Comparative Study of Foraging and Antipreclatory Tactics in a Community of Cercopithecus Monkeys," Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (1983), 12, pp.