titi monkey


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titi monkey

one of the many small New World monkeys, about the size of a squirrel with dense, short fur and a long, nonprehensile tail. It comes in several colors including black with white face, collar and hands. Called also Callicebus spp.
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Vocal regulation of inter- and intragroups pacing during boundary encounters in the titi monkey, Callicebus moloch.
On a new species of titi monkey, genus Callicebus Thomas (Primates, Pitheciidae), from western Bolivia with preliminary notes on distribution and abundance.
Predation of an infant titi monkey (Callicebus moloch) by a tufted capuchin (Cebus apella).
Ecology and behaviour of titi monkeys (genus Callicebus).
A team led by infectious diseases researcher Charles Chiu of the University of California, San Francisco, analyzed lung tissue samples from the dead monkeys and identified a never-before-seen adenovirus, which they named titi monkey adenovirus (TMAdV), said the
It's unlikely it originated in the titi monkeys themselves, Chiu says: "Hosts that are that susceptible to a disease are not likely to be its originators.
Karyotypic study of Titi Monkeys Callicebus moloch brunneus.
The two new species of titi monkeys (Callicebus bernhardi, left, Callicebus stephennashi, right) roamed undiscovered in the Amazon rainforest until they were spotted in 1996 and 2001 by Dutch primatologist (primate scientist) Marc van Roosmalen of Brazil's National Institute for Amazon Research.
A scientist who worked with the animals appears to have caught the virus while investigating an outbreak of illness among a colony of Titi monkeys at the California National Primate Research Center in Davis.
After more than 30 years of speculation among Colombia's biologists, unusual titi monkeys there have been confirmed as a distinct species.
This is true in some species when the male is the caregiver, as evidenced by South America's titi monkeys.