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Publication Date: 2008
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Pruetz, Jill D. E.
For upper level undergraduate courses in Primatology, Mammalogy, Evolutionary Ecology, Biological Anthropology. Second book in the new Primate Field Studies Series. This field study is intended to introduce students to the habitat, behavior and social organization of the Vervet and Patas monkeys through observation of these primates and quantitative ecological methods of measuring food resources to test current models of nonhuman primate socioecology.Pruetz, Jill D. E. is the author of ''socioecology of Vervet And Patas Monkeys ', published 2008 under ISBN 9780131927872 and ISBN 0131927876.
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