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SEED DISPERSAL: 1996-1999

Andresen E
Seed dispersal by monkeys and the fate of dispersed seeds in
a Peruvian rain forest. BIOTROPICA 31(1): 145-158, 1999.

Anonymous
Project leader profile: Jonah Ratsimbazafy.
ON THE EDGE (61): 7-8, 1998.

Atsalis S
Feeding ecology of the brown mouse lemur, Microcebus rufus
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 406-407, 1998.

Baum DA
The ecology and conservation of the baobabs of Madagascar.
PRIMATE REPORT 46-1: 311-327, 1996. (French summ)

Birkinshaw CR; Colquhoun IC
Pollination of Ravenala madagascariensis and Parkia
madagascariensis by Eulemur macaco in Madagascar. FOLIA
PRIMATOLOGICA 65(5): 252-259, 1998.

Boehning-Gaese, K; Gaese, B
Evolution of Malagasy seed dispersal systems.
PRIMATE REPORT 44: 65-66, 1996. (Abstract)

Bravo SP; Zunino GE
Effects of black howler monkey (Alouatta caraya) seed
ingestion on insect larvae. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL
ANTHROPOLOGY 45(4): 411-415, 1998.

Carthew, S M; Goldingay, R L
Non-flying mammals as pollinators.
TRENDS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION 12(3): 104-108, 1997.

Chapman CA; Onderdonk DA
Forests without primates: Primate/plant codependency.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(1): 127-141, 1998.

Chapman, C A; Chapman, L J
Frugivory and the fate of dispersed and non-dispersed seeds
of six African tree species. JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
12(4): 491-504, 1996.

Corlett RT
Frugivory and seed dispersal by vertebrates in the oriental
(Indomalayan) region. BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS OF THE CAMBRIDGE
PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY 73(4): 413-448, 1998.

Datta, J
Observation on urban rhesus monkeys.
CURRENT SCIENCE 71(12): 941, 1996.

de Alemar Gasper, D
Ecology and behavior of the brown howling monkey, Alouatta
fusca. NEOTROPICAL PRIMATES 5(3): 80-81, 1997.

de Figueiredo, R A
Vertebrates at neotropical fig species in a forest fragment.
TROPICAL ECOLOGY 37(1): 139-141, 1996.

de Figueiredo, R A; Longatti, C A
Ecological aspects of the dispersal of a Melastomataceae by
marmosets and howler monkeys (Primates: Platyrrhini) in a
semideciduous forest of southeastern Brazil.
REVUE D'ECOLOGIE (TERRE ET LA VIE) 52(1): 3-8, 1997. (French
summary)

de Oliveira, A C M
Feeding ecology of a group of Saguinus midas niger in
eastern Amazonia.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #160, 1996. (Abstract)

Defler, T R; Defler, S B
Diet of a group of Lagothrix lagothricha lagothricha in
southeastern Colombia.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 17(2): 161-190, 1996.

Dew JL; Wright P
Frugivory and seed dispersal by four species of primates in
Madagascar's eastern rain forest. BIOTROPICA 30(3): 425-437,
1998.

Eckstrom, C
What is a tree shrew? INTERNATIONAL WILDLIFE 26(6): 21-27,
1996.

Estrada A; Anzures D. A; Coates-Estrada R
Tropical rain forest fragmentation, howler monkeys (Alouatta
palliata), and dung beetles at Los Tuxtlas, Mexico. AMERICAN
JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 48(4): 253-262, 1999.

Estrada, A; Coates-Estrada, R
Tropical rain forests fragmentation and wild populations of
primates at Los Tuxtlas, Mexico. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 17(5): 759-783 1996.

Feer F
Effects of dung beetles (Scarabaeidae) on seeds dispersed by
howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus) in the French Guianan
rain forest.
JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY 15(2): 129-142, 1999.

Forget, P-M; Sabatier, D
Dynamics of the seedling shadow of a frugivore-dispersed
tree species in French Guiana. JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
13(5): 767-773, 1997.

Froehlich, J W; Supriatna, J; Muskita, Y
Biodiversity and the conservation biology of Macaca nigra:
An anthropological view. TROPICAL BIODIVERSITY 3(2): 85-102,
1996.

Fuentes, A
Feeding and ranging in the Mentawai Island langur (Presbytis
potenziani).
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 17(4): 525-548, 1996.

Ganzhorn JU; Kappeler PM
Lemurs of the Kirindy Forest.
PRIMATE REPORT 46-1: 257-274, 1996. (French summ)

Ganzhorn, J U; Boehning-Gaese, K; Heymann, E W
Fruit selection and seed dispersal by primates.
PRIMATE REPORT 44: 63, 1996. (Abstract)

Garber PA; Lambert JE
Primates as seed dispersers: Ecological processes and
directions for future research. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 45(1): 3-8, 1998.

Garber, P A; Kitron, U
Seed swallowing in tamarins:  Evidence of a curative
function or enhanced foraging efficiency? INTERNATIONAL
JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 18(4): 523-538, 1997.
          
Goodman, S M; Sterling, E J
The utilization of Canarium (Burseraceae) seeds by
vertebrates in the Reserve Naturelle Integrale
d'Andringitra, Madagascar.
FIELDIANA: ZOOLOGY (85): 83-99, 1996. (French summery)

Grafton BW; Freudenstein JV; Norconk MA
Measuring seed dispersal distance with genetic markers:
Preliminary results.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 28): 139,
1999. (Abstract)

Guix, J C C
[Frugivory, seed dispersal and seed predation by vertebrates
in native forests of the state of Sao Paolo, SE Brazil.]
DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL C57(4): 1151, 1996.
(Thesis in Portuguese)

Happold, D C D
Mammals of the Guinea-Congo rain forest.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH B104: 243-284,
1996.

Heymann EW; Knogge C; Tirado ER; Smith AC
[Dwarf monkeys in the Amazonian rain forest: Research on
feral Peruvian tamarins.]
ZEITSCHRIFT DES KOELNER ZOO 41(2): 63-84, 1998. (German)

Hovestadt, T
Fruit design and frugivory in West Africa.
PRIMATE REPORT 44: 65, 1996. (Abstract)

Izar, P; Sato, T
[Seed dispersal by black-capped cebus (Cebus apella) at Mata
Atlantica.]
Pp. 45 in PROGRAMA E RESUMOS DO VIII CONGRESSO BRASILEIRO DE
PRIMATOLOGIA & V REUNIAO LATINO-AMERICANO DE PRIMATOLOGIA.
Joao Pessoa, Soc Bras Primatol, 1997. (Portuguese, abstract)

Janson, C H
Toward an experimental socioecology of primates:  Examples
from Argentine brown capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella
nigritus).
Pp. 309-325 & 544-545 in ADAPTIVE RADIATIONS OF NEOTROPICAL
PRIMATES. M.A. Norconk; A.L. Rosenberger; P.A. Garber, eds.
New York, Plenum Press, 1996. (ISBN 0-306-45399-1)  (Spanish
summary)

Julliot, C
Seed dispersal by red howling monkeys (Aloutta seniculus) in
the tropical rain forest of French Guiana. INTERNATIONAL
JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 17(2): 239-258, 1996.

Julliot, C
Fruit choice by red howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus) in a
tropical rain forest. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 40(3):
261-282, 1996.

Julliot, C
Impact of seed dispersal by howler monkeys on the forest
regeneration.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #656, 1996. (Abstract)

Julliot, C
Impact of seed dispersal by red howler monkeys Alouatta
seniculus on the seedling population in the understorey of
tropical rain forest.
JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY 85(4): 431-440, 1997.

Kaplin BA
Ecology of two African forest monkeys: Temporal and spatial
patterns of habitat use, foraging behavior, and seed
dispersal.
DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL B59(7): 3195, 1999.
(To order: #AAD98-29137. University Microfilms, Inc, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106)

Kaplin BA; Moermond TC
Variation in seed handling by two species of forest monkeys
in Rwanda.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(1): 83-101, 1998.

Kaplin BA; Munyaligoga V; Moermond TC
The influence of temporal changes in fruit availability on
diet composition and seed handling in blue monkeys
(Cercopithecus mitis doggetti).
BIOTROPICA 30(1): 56-71, 1998.

Kaplin, B A; Moermond, T C
The influence of temporal changes in fruit availability and
diet composition on seed dispersal in two Cercopithecus
species.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #052, 1996. (Abstract)

Kinzey, W G
Synopsis of New World primates:  Alouatta.
Pp. 174-185 in NEW WORLD PRIMATES:  ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, AND
BEHAVIOR. W.G. Kinzey, ed. New York, Aldine de Gruyter,
1997.

Kinzey, W G
Synopsis of New World primates:  Ateles.
Pp. 192-199 in NEW WORLD PRIMATES:  ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, AND
BEHAVIOR. W.G. Kinzey, ed. New York, Aldine de Gruyter,
1997.

Kinzey, W G
Synopsis of New World primates:  Lagothrix.
Pp. 264-271 in NEW WORLD PRIMATES:  ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, AND
BEHAVIOR. W.G. Kinzey, ed. New York, Aldine de Gruyter,
1997.

Knogge C; Heymann EW
Limiting factors of gut passage times and ecological
consequences for seeds dispersed by tamarins (Saguinus
mystax and Saguinus fuscicollis).
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(4): 195, 1998. (Abstract)

Knogge C; Heymann EW; Herrera ERT
Seed dispersal of Asplundia peruviana (Cyclanthaceae) by the
primate Saguinus fuscicollis. JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
14(1): 99-102, 1998.

Knogge, C; Heymann, E W
Seed dispersal by tamarins, Saguinus mystax and Saguinus
fuscicollis.
PRIMATE REPORT 44: 26-27, 1996. (Abstract)

Knogge, C; Heymann, E W
Comparative study of seed dispersal by sympatric Amazonian
tamarins, Saguinus mystax and Saguinus fuscicollis.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #587, 1996. (Abstract)

Kobayashi M; Shimooka Y; Izawa K
Frugivore-dispersed seedlings of milpeso palm Oenocarpus
bataua Mart in the neotropical rain forest of La Macarena,
Colombia. FIELD STUDIES OF FAUNA AND FLORA, LA MACARENA,
COLOMBIA 13: 41-46, 1999.

Kobayashi, M
Distribution patterns of seedlings of Pharus virescens Doell
(Poaceae:Bambusoideae) in the neotropical rain forest of La
Macarena and Tinigua National Parks, Colombia. FIELD STUDIES
OF FAUNA AND FLORA, LA MACARENA, COLOMBIA 11: 47-56, 1997.

Lambert JE
Primate frugivory in Kibale National Park, Uganda, and its
implications for human use of forest resources. AFRICAN
JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY 36(3): 234-240, 1998.

Lambert JE; Garber PA
Evolutionary and ecological implications of primate seed
dispersal.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(1): 9-28, 1998.

Lambert, J E
Gut passage rate in Cercopithecus monkeys:  The influence of
body size and implications for speed dispersal.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 22):
144-145, 1996. (Abstract)

Lambert, J E
Digestive strategies, fruit processing, and seed dispersal
in the chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and redtail monkeys
(Cercopithecus ascanius) of Kibale National Park, Uganda.
DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL A58(6): 2278, 1997.
(To order:  #AAD97-37171.  University Microfilms, Inc, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106)

Lambert, J E; Garber, P A
Primates as seed dispersers and seed predators in tropical
forests.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #047, 1996. (Abstract)

Lambert, J E; Garber, P A
Ecological and evolutionary implications of primate seed
dispersal.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #048, 1996. (Abstract)

Lucas PW; Corlett RT
Seed dispersal by long-tailed macaques.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(1): 29-44, 1998.

Lucas, P W; Corlett, R T
Seed dispersal by long-tailed macaques.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #049, 1996. (Abstract)

Lyon, J; Horwich, R H
Modification of tropical forest patches for wildlife
protection and community conservation in Belize. Pp. 205-230
in FOREST PATCHES IN TROPICAL LANDSCAPES. J. Schelhas; R.
Greenberg, eds. Washington, DC, Island Press, 1996. (ISBN
1-55963-425-1)

Miura, S; Yasuda, M; Ratnam, L C
Who steals the fruit?  Monitoring frugivory of mammals in a
tropical rain forest.
MALAYAN NATURE JOURNAL 50(3): 183-193, 1997.

Nisbett, R A; Ciochon, R L
Community ecology.
Pp. 89-92 in THE PRIMATE ANTHOLOGY:  ESSAYS ON PRIMATE
BEHAVIOR, ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION FROM NATURAL HISTORY.
R.L. Ciochon; R.A. Nisbett, eds. Upper Saddle River,
Prentice Hall, 1998. (ISBN 0-13-613845-4)

Noma, N
[Mutualism between plants and birds/mammals by seed
dispersal in Yakushima Island.] REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE
RES 13(2): 137-147, 1997. (Japanese w/ English summary)

Noma, N
Annual fluctuations of sapfruits production and
synchronization within and inter species in a warm temperate
forest on Yakushima Island.
TROPICS 6(4): 441-449, 1997. (Japanese summary)

Noma, N; Yumoto, Y
Fruiting phenology of animal-dispersed plants in response to
winter migration of frugivores in a warm temperature forest
on Yakushima Island, Japan.
ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH 12(2): 119-129, 1997.

Norconk MA; Grafton BW; Conklin-Brittain NL
Seed dispersal by neotropical seed predators.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(1): 103-126, 1998.

Norconk, M A; Grafton, B W; Conklin-Brittain, N L
Seed predators in the neotropics:  Effect on the environment
and value to the consumer. IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS
(1996): #053, 1996.
(Abstract)

Oppenheimer, J R
Cebus capucinus:  Home range, population dynamics, and
interspecific relationships. Pp. 253-272 in THE ECOLOGY OF A
TROPICAL FOREST:  SEASONAL RHYTHMS AND LONG-TERM CHANGES.
E.G. Leigh, Jr; A.S. Rand; D.M. Windsor, eds. Washington,
DC, Smithsonian Inst Press, 1996.
(ISBN 1-56098-642-5)

Overdorff DJ; Strait SG
Speed handling by three prosimian primates in southeastern
Madagascar: Implications for seed dispersal.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(1): 69-82, 1998.

Overdorff, D J; Strait, S G
Do prosimian primates function as seed dispersers in
Madagascar?
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #051, 1996. (Abstract)

Overdorff, D J; Strait, S G
Box 3. What the physical properties of seeds can tell us
about primate adaptation. EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY 5(6):
206, 1997.

Passos, F C
Seed dispersal by black lion tamarin, Leontopithecus
chrysopygus (Primates, Callitrichidae), in southeastern
Brazil. MAMMALIA 61(1): 109-111, 1997.

Passos, F de C
Seasonal variation in behavior and ecology of black lion
tamarin.
TAMARIN TALES 1: 11-12, 1997.

Paterson, J D
Seed predation patterns in the diet of the Sonso Forest
baboon troop.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 42(2) 140, 1997. (Abstract)

Pedroni, F; Sanchez, M
[Seed dispersal of Pereskia aculeata Muller (Cactaceae) in a
forest fragment in southeast Brazil.] REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE
BIOLOGIA 57(3): 479-486, 1997. (Portuguese w/ English
summary)

Pontes, A R M
[Seed dispersal by the primate community of Maraca Island -
Roraima .]
Pp. 166 in PROGRAMA E RESUMOS DO VIII CONGRESSO BRASILEIRO
DE PRIMATOLOGIA & V REUNIAO LATINO-AMERICANO DE
PRIMATOLOGIA. Joao Pessoa, Soc Bras de Primatol, 1997.
(Portuguese, abstract)

Pruetz JD; Davis HD; McMurry JK; Gann V
Seed dispersal of a pioneer tree species (Castilla elastica)
by mantled howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 201, 1998. (Abstract)

Puig H; Fabre A; Gauquelin T
[Spatial distribution of seedlings and young plants of
Iryanthera hostmannii (Benth.) Warb. in French Guyana
tropical rain forest.]
COMPTES RENDUS DE L'ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES (Ser III)321(5):
429-435, 1998. (French w/ English summary)

Ralisoamalala RC
[The role of Eulemur fulvus rufus (Audeberg, 1799) and
Propithecus verreauxi verreauxi (A Grandier, 1867) for seed
dispersal.]
PRIMATE REPORT 46-1: 285-293, 1996. (French w/ English summ)

Redmond I
Bush-meat and hunting and African primates: 6th April 1998.
PRIMATE EYE (65): 12, 1998. (Abstract)

Refisch, J
Seed dispersal by baboons in Como National Park, Ivory
Coast.
PRIMATE REPORT 44: 39, 1996. (Abstract)

Refisch, J
Seed dispersal by baboons in Comoe National Park, Ivory
Coast.
PRIMATE REPORT 44: 64-65, 1996. (Abstract)

Refisch, J
Seed dispersal by baboons in Comoe National Park, Ivory
Coast.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #661, 1996.  (Abstract)

Regan BC
Fruits, foliage and form: The roles of colour vision.
PRIMATE EYE (64): 25, 1998.

Regan BC; Julliot C; Simmen B; Vienot F; Charles-Dominique
P; Mollon JD
Frugivory and colour vision in Alouatta seniculus, a
trichromatic platyrrhine monkey. VISION RESEARCH 38(21):
3321-3327, 1998.

Regan, B C; Julliot, C; Simmen, B; Vienot, F; et al 
Frugivory and colour vision in platyrrhine primates.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #301, 1996. (Abstract)

Rogers ME; Voysey BC; McDonald KE; Parnell RJ; Tutin CEG
Lowland gorillas and seed dispersal: The importance of nest
sites.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(1): 45-68, 1998.

Rogers, E; Voysey, B; McDonald, K; Parnell, R; et al 
Lowland gorillas and seed dispersal:  The importance of nest
sites.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #050, 1996. (Abstract)

Sabatier D
[Description and biology of a new species of Virola,
Myristicaceae, from Guyana.] ADANSONIA 19(2): 273-278, 1997.

Scharfe F; Schlund W
Seed removal by lemurs in a dry deciduous forest of western
Madagascar.
PRIMATE REPORT 46-1: 295-304, 1996. (French summ)

Spironello WR
Primates as the main seed disperser of the most species-rich
family (Sapotaceae) in central Amazonia. PRIMATE EYE (65):
20, 1998. (Abstract)

Tutin CEG
Lowland gorillas and plants: Interactions in the rain forest
habitat of the Lope Reserve, Gabon. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA
69(4): 189, 1998. (Abstract)

Tutin, C E G; Parnell, R J; White, F
Protecting seeds from primates:  Examples from Diospyros
spp. in the Lope Reserve, Gabon. JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
12(3): 371-384, 1996.

Voysey BC; McDonald KE; Rogers ME; Tutin CEG; Parnell RJ
Gorillas and seed dispersal in the Lope Reserve, Gabon. II:
Survival and growth of seedlings. JOURNAL OF TROPICAL
ECOLOGY 15(1): 39-60, 1999.

Voysey BC; McDonald KE; Rogers ME; Tutin CEG; Parnell RJ
Gorillas and seed dispersal in the Lope Reserve, Gabon. I:
Gorilla acquisition by trees. JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
15(1): 23-38, 1999.

Yumoto T; Noma N; Maruhashi T
Cheek-pouch dispersal of seeds by Japanese monkeys (Macaca
fuscata yakui) on Yakushima Island, Japan. PRIMATES 39(3):
325-338, 1998.