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Yellow-tailed woolly monkey
Oreonax flavicauda

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REFERENCES

Ankel-Simons F. 2007. Primate anatomy: an introduction, third edition. San Diego: Elsevier. 724p.

Aquino R, Encarnatión F. 1994. Primates of Peru. Prim Rep 40:1-127.

Butchart SHM, Barnes R, Davies CWN, Fernanxez M, Seddon N. 1995. Observations of two threatened primates in the Peruvian Andes. Prim Conserv 16:15-9.

Cornejo FM. 2008. Aspects of the ecology and behavior of the yellow-tailed woolly monkey Oreonax flavicauda, Humboldt 1912 [abstract]. Prim Eye 96(IPS 2008 CD-ROM):abstract #404.

Cornejo FM, DeLuycker AM, Quintana H, Pacheco V, Heymann EW. 2009. Peruvian yellow-tailed woolly monkey. In: Mittermeier RA, Wallis J, Rylands AB, Ganzhorn JU, Oates JF, Williamson EA, Palacios E, Heymann EW, Kierulff MCM, Long Y, Supriatna J, Roos C, Walker S, Cortés-Ortiz L, Schwitzer C, editors. Primates in peril: the world's 25 most endangered primates 2008-2010. IUCN/SSC PSG, IPS, Conservation Int. p74-6.

DeLuycker AM. 2007. Notes on the yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Oreonax flavicauda) and its status in the protected forest of Alto Mayo, northern Peru. Prim Conserv 22:41-7.

Di Fiore A, Campbell CJ. 2007. The Atelines: variation in ecology, behavior, and social organization. In: Campbell CJ, Fuentes A, MacKinnon KC, Panger M, Bearder SK, editors. Primates in perspective. Oxford: Oxford U Pr. p155-85.

Fooden J. 1963. A revision of the woolly monkeys (Genus Lagothrix). J Mammal 44(2):213-47.

Graves GR, O'Neill JP. 1980. Notes on the yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Lagothrix flavicauda) of Peru. J Mammal 61(2):345-7.

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Leo Luna M. 1982a. Conservation of the yellow-tailed woolly monkey Lagothrix flavicauda. Int Zoo Ybk 22:47-52.

Leo Luna M. 1984. The effects of hunting, selective logging and clear-cutting on the conservation of the yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Lagothrix flavicauda). MA thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Leo Luna M. 1982b. Estudio preliminary sobre la biología y ecológica del mono choro de cola amarilla Lagothrix flavicauda (Humboldt, 1812). Thesis, Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina, Lima, Peru.

Leo Luna M. 1980. First field study of the yellow-tailed woolly monkey. Oryx 15:386-9.

Leo Luna M. 1987. Primate conservation in Peru: a case study of the yellow-tailed woolly monkey. Prim Conserv 8:122.

Matthews LJ, Rosenberger AL. 2008. Taxon combinations, parsimony analysis (PAUP*), and the taxonomy of the yellow-tailed woolly monkey, Lagothrix flavicauda. Am J Phys Anth 137(3):245-5.

Mittermeier RA, Wallis J, Rylands AB, Ganzhorn JU, Oates JF, Williamson EA, Palacios E, Heymann EW, Kierulff MCM, Long Y, Supriatna J, Roos C, Walker S, Cortés-Ortiz L, Schwitzer C. 2009. Primates in peril: the world's 25 most endangered primates 2008-2010. IUCN/SSC PSG, IPS, Conservation Int.

Mittermeier RA, de Macedo-Ruiz H, Luscombe BA, Cassidy J. 1977. Rediscovery and conservation of the Peruvian yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Lagothrix flavicauda). In: Rainier III (Grimaldi) Prince of Monaco, Bourne GH, editors. Primate conservation. New York: Academic Pr. p95-115.

Parker III TA, Barkley LJ. 1981. New locality for the yellow-tailed woolly monkey. Oryx 16(1):71-2.

Ramirez M. 1988. The woolly monkeys, genus Lagothrix. In: Mittermeier RA, Rylands AB, Coimbra-Filho AF, da Fonseca GAB, editors. Ecology and behavior of neotropical primates, volume 2. Washington, D.C.: WWF. p539-75.

Rosenberger AL, Matthews LJ. 2008. Oreonax- not a genus. Neotrop Prim 15(1):8-12.

Shanee S, Shanee N, Maldonado AM. 2007a. Distribution and conservation status of the yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Oreonax flavicauda, Humboldt 1812) in Amazonas and San Martin, Peru. Neotrop Prim 14(3):115-9.

Shanee N, Shanee S, Maldonado AM. 2007b. Interspecific association between Oreonax and Ateles in Amazonas, Peru. Neotrop Prim 14(1):34-5.

Shanee N, Shanee S, Maldonado AM. 2008. Preliminary information on the current status of the yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Oreonax flavicauda) at Yambrasbamba, Peru [abstract]. Folia Primatol 79(5):381-2.

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