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Infanticide in Nonhuman Primates: 1997-1999

Agoramoorthy G
Intergroup infant transfer among red howlers, Alouatta
seniculus, in Venezuela: Adoption or kidnapping? NEOTROPICAL
PRIMATES 6(4): 121-123, 1998.

Agoramoorthy G; Hsu MJ
Rehabilitation and release of chimpanzees on a natural
island: Methods hold promise for other primates as well.
JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE REHABILITATION 22(1): 3-7, 1999.

Anderson, C M
The influence of New World mating and rearing systems on
theories about Old World primates. Pp. 119-126 in NEW WORLD
PRIMATES:  ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, AND BEHAVIOR. W.G. Kinzey,
ed. New York, Aldine de Gruyter, 1997.

Andrews J
Infanticide by a female black lemur, Eulemur macaco, in
disturbed habitat on Nosy Be, north-western Madagascar.
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 14-17, 1998.

Arcadi AC; Wrangham RW
Infanticide in chimpanzee: Review of cases and a new
within-group observation from the Kanyawara study group in
Kibale National Park. PRIMATES 40(2): 337-351, 1999.

Bardi M; Petto AJ; Lee-Parritz D
Infant handling and survival in captive cotton-top tamarins
and common marmosets.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 166, 1998. (Abstract)

Borries C; Launhardt K; Epplen C; Epplen JT; Winkler P
DNA analyses support the hypothesis that infanticide is
adaptive in langur monkeys.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON B266(1422):
901-904, 1999.

Borries, C
Infanticide in seasonally breeding multimale groups of
Hanuman langurs (Presbytis entellus) in Ramnagar (South
Nepal).
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 41(3): 139-150, 1997.

Brockman DK; Whitten PL
Group transfer and male competition in Propithecus
verreauxi: Insights into factors mediating male infanticide
in a seasonally breeding primate. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 28): 98, 1999. (Abstract)

Bunk S
Interdisciplinary study of nonhuman primates gains ground.
SCIENTIST 12(10): 10 & 13, 1998.

Byrne, R W
What's the use of anecdotes?  Distinguishing psychological
mechanisms in primate tactical deception. Pp. 134-150 in
ANTHROPOMORPHISM, ANECDOTES, AND ANIMALS. R.W. Mitchell;
N.S. Thompson; H.L. Miles, eds. New York, State Univ of New
York Press, 1997.

Clarke MR; Glander KE; Zucker EL
Infant-nonmother interactions of free-ranging mantled
howlers (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica. INTERNATIONAL
JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 19(3): 451-472, 1998.

Cowlishaw G
Ecological and social determinants of spacing behaviour in
desert baboon groups.
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 45(1): 67-77, 1999.

de Waal, F; Lanting, F L, photogr 
BONOBOS:  THE FORGOTTEN PRIMATES.
Berkeley, Univ. of California Press, 1997, 210 pp.

Digby LJ; Merrill MY; Davis ET
Infanticide as an extreme form of female reproductive
competition in primates and social carnivores. AMERICAN
JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 77, 1998.
Abstract

Digby, L; Merrill, M Y; Davis, E T
Infanticide by female mammals. Part I:  Primates.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 42(2) 105-106, 1997.
(Abstract)

Dixson AF
PRIMATE SEXUALITY: COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF THE PROSIMIANS,
MONKEYS, APES, AND HUMAN BEINGS. Oxford, Oxford Univ Press,
1998, xiv, 546 pp..

Dolhinow P
Understanding behavior: A langur monkey case study.
Pp. 189-195 in THE NONHUMAN PRIMATES. Dolhinow P, ed.
Mountain View, Mayfield Publ, 1999.

Doran DM; McNeilage A
Gorilla ecology and behavior. EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY
6(4): 120-131, 1998.

Erhart EM; Overdorff DJ
Infanticide in Propithecus diadema edwardsi: An evaluation
of the sexual selection hypothesis. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 19(1): 73-81, 1998.

Fairgrieve, C
Meat eating by blue monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis
stuhlmanni):  Predation of a flying squirrel (Anomalurus
derbianus jacksonii).
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 68(6): 354-356, 1997.

French, J A
Proximate regulation of singular breeding in callitrichid
primates.
Pp. 34-75 in COOPERATIVE BREEDING IN MAMMALS. N.G. Solomon;
J.A. French, eds. New York, Cambridge Univ Press, 1997.

Fuentes A
Variable social organizations: What can looking at primate
groups tell us about the evolution of plasticity in primate
societies?
Pp. 183-188 in THE NONHUMAN PRIMATES. Dolhinow P, ed.
Mountain View, Mayfield Publ, 1999.

Fuentes A
Re-evaluating primate monogamy. AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST
100(4): 890-907, 1998.

Furuichi T; Idani G; Ihobe H; Kuroda S; Kitamura K; Mori A;
Enomoto T; Okayasu N; Hashimoto C; Kano T
Population dynamics of wild bonobos (Pan paniscus) at Wamba.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 19(6): 1029-1043, 1998.

Gachot-Neveu H; Petit M; Roeder JJ
Paternity determination in two groups of Eulemur fulvus
mayottensis: Implications for understanding mating
strategies.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 20(1): 107-119, 1999.

Gagneux P; Boesch C; Woodruff DS
Female reproductive strategies, paternity and community
structure in wild West African chimpanzees. ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
57(1): 19-32, 1999.

Henzi SP; Lycett JE; Weingrill T
Mate guarding and risk assessment by male mountain baboons
during inter-troop encounters. ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR 55(Pt 6):
1421-1428, 1998.

Hrdy, S B
Raising Darwin's consciousness:  Female sexuality and the
prehominid origins of patriarchy. HUMAN NATURE 8(1): 1-49,
1997.

Hsu MJ; Agoramoorthy G
Population dynamics and male leader tenures among Formosan
macaques at Mt. Longevity, Taiwan. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 49(1): 63-64, 1999.
(Abstract)

Izawa, K
Social changes within a group of red howler monkeys, VI.
FIELD STUDIES OF FAUNA AND FLORA, LA MACARENA, COLOMBIA 11:
19-34, 1997.

Izawa, K
Stability of the home range of red howler monkeys.
FIELD STUDIES OF FAUNA AND FLORA, LA MACARENA, COLOMBIA 11:
41-46, 1997.

Johann A
The status of Gelada baboon Theropithecus gelada: Breeding a
neglected species.
INTERNATIONAL ZOO YEARBOOK 36: 64-68, 1998.

Jolly A
Pair-bonding, female aggression and the evolution of lemur
societies
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 1-13, 1998.

Kappeler PM
Primate socioecology: New insights from males.
NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN 86(1): 18-29, 1999.

Kappeler, P M
Determinants of primate social organization:  Comparative
evidence and new insights from Malagasy lemurs. BIOLOGICAL
REVIEWS OF THE CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY 72(1):
111-151, 1997.

Keverne, E B; Nevison, C M; Martel, F L
Early learning and the social bond.
ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 807: 329-339,
1997.

Kimura, K
Males' life history and their social relations of wild red
howler monkeys.
FIELD STUDIES OF FAUNA AND FLORA, LA MACARENA, COLOMBIA 11:
35-40, 1997.

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.

Lawes M
Samango monkey Cercopithecus mitis.
Pp. 111 in THE COMPLETE BOOK OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN MAMMALS.
Mills G, ed. Cape Town, Struik Winchester, 1997.

Macleod, M
Multiple infanticide in blue monkeys:  A successful
reproductive strategy?
PRIMATE EYE (62): 10, 1997. (Abstract)

Maestripieri D; Carroll KA
Child abuse and neglect: Usefulness of the animal data.
PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN 123(3): 211-223, 1998.
(Comments: Pp. 224-233)

Maestripieri, D; Wallen, K; Carroll, K A
Genealogical and demographic influences on infant abuse and
neglect in group-living sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys).
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY 31(3): 175-180, 1997.

Manson, J H; Perry, S; Parish, A R
Nonconceptive sexual behavior in bonobos and capuchins.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 18(5): 767-786, 1997.

Miller LE
Fatal attack among wedge-capped capuchins.
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(2): 89-92, 1998.

Moore J
Population density, social pathology, and behavioral
ecology.
PRIMATES 40(1): 1-22, 1999.

Mori A; Iwamoto T; Mori U; Bekele A
Sociological and demographic characteristics of a recently
found Arsi gelada population in Ethiopia. PRIMATES 40(2):
365-381, 1999.

Mori, A; Iwamoto, T; Bekele, A
A case of infanticide in a recently found gelada population
in Arsi, Ethiopia.
PRIMATES 38(1): 79-88, 1997.

Newton-Fisher NE
Infant killers of Budongo. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 70(3):
167-169, 1999.

Nishida T
Deceptive tactic by an adult male chimpanzee to snatch a
dead infant from its mother.
PAN AFRICA NEWS 5(2): 13-15, 1998.

Overdorff DJ
Are Eulemur species pair-bonded? Social organization and
mating strategies in Eulemur fulvus rufus from 1988-1995 in
southeast Madagascar.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 105(2): 153-166,
1998.

Palombit RA
Infanticide and the evolution of pair bonds in nonhuman
primates.
EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY 7(4): 117-129, 1999.

Palombit, R A; Seyfarth, R M; Cheney, D L
The adaptive value of 'friendships' to female baboons:
Experimental and observational evidence. ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
54(3): 599-614, 1997.

Paul A
VON AFFEN UND MENSCHEN: VERHALTENSBIOLOGIE DER PRIMATEN.
Darmstadt, Germany, Wissenschftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1998,
viii, 315 pp.

Pereira ME
One male, two males, three males, more.
EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY 7(2): 39-45, 1998.

Pereira, M E; McGlynn, C A
Special relationships instead of female dominance for
redfronted lemurs, Eulemur fulvus rufus. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 43(3): 239-258, 1997.
Erratum:  44(1): 85, 1998.

Perry, S
Male-female social relationships in wild white-faced
capuchins (Cebus capucinus).
BEHAVIOUR 134(7-8): 477-510, 1997.

Porton I; Wilson J
INTERNATIONAL STUDBOOK FOR THE BLACK LEMUR EULEMUR MACACO
MACACO AND EULEMUR MACACO FLAVIFRONS. 4TH ED.
St Louis, St Louis Zoologial Park, 1997, 140 pp. (Data
through 6/30/97)

Pulido MT
Notes on the dispersal behavior of howler monkeys (Alouatta
seniculus).
FIELD STUDIES OF FAUNA AND FLORA, LA MACARENA, COLOMBIA 10:
7-11, 1997.

Pulido, M T
Notes on the dispersal behavior of howler monkeys (Alouatta
seniculus).
FIELD STUDIES OF FAUNA AND FLORA, LA MACARENA, COLOMBIA 10:
7-11, 1997.

Pusey, A; Williams, J; Goodall, J
The influence of dominance rank on the reproductive success
of female chimpanzees.
SCIENCE 277(5327): 828-831, 1997.

Reichard U
Sleeping sites, sleeping places, and presleep behavior of
gibbons (Hylobates lar).
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 46(1): 35-62, 1998.

Reichard U; Sommer V
Group encounters in wild gibbons (Hylobates lar): Agonism,
affiliation, and the concept of infanticide. BEHAVIOUR
134(Pt 15-16): 1135-1174, 1997.

Roda SA; Pontes ARM
Polygyny and infanticide in common marmosets in a fragment
of the Atlantic forest of Brazil. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(6):
372-376, 1998.

Saltzman, W; Schultz-Darken, N J; Abbott, D H
Familial influences on ovulatory function in common
marmosets (Callithrix jacchus).
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 41(3): 159-177, 1997.

Santos, C V; French, J A; Otta, E
Infant carrying behavior in callitrichid primates:
Callithrix and Leontopithecus.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 18(6): 889-907, 1997.

Schroepel M
Multiple simultaneous breeding females in a pygmy marmoset
group (Cebuella pygmaea).
NEOTROPICAL PRIMATES 6(1): 1-7, 1998.

Silk JB
Why are infants so attractive to others? The form and
function of infant handling in bonnet macaques. ANIMAL
BEHAVIOUR 57(5): 1021-1032, 1999.

Sommer V
Variable social organisation of Hanuman langurs: Why males
can or can't monopolise females. PRIMATE REPORT (Sp iss
48-2): 33-34, 1997. (Abstract)

Stanford CB
Predation and male bonds in primate societies. BEHAVIOUR
135(4): 513-533, 1998.

Stanford CB
The social behavior of chimpanzees and bonobos: Empirical
evidence and shifting assumptions. CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY
39(4): 399-420, 1998.
(Comments: Pp. 407-415, by de Waal, Ingmanson, Kano, McGrew,
Milton, Moore, Parish, White, Wood & Merrill)

Stanford CB
CHIMPANZEE AND RED COLOBUS : THE ECOLOGY OF PREDATOR AND
PREY.
Cambridge, MA, Harvard Univ Press, 1998, xvii, 296 pp.

Steenbeek R; Assink P
Individual differences in long-distance calls of male wild
Thomas langurs (Presbytis thomasi). FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA
69(2): 77-80, 1998.

Steenbeek R; Piek RC; van Buul M; van Hooff JARAM
Vigilance in wild Thomas's langurs (Presbytis thomasi): The
importance of infanticide risk.
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 45(2): 137-150, 1999.

Sterck EHM
Female dispersal, social organization, and infanticide in
langurs: Are they linked to human disturbance? AMERICAN
JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 44(4): 235-254, 1998.

Sterck EHM
Variation in langur social organization in relation to the
socioecological model, human habitat alteration, and
phylogenetic constraints.
PRIMATES 40(1): 199-213, 1999.

Sterck, E H M
Determinants of female dispersal in Thomas langurs.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 42(3): 179-198, 1997.

Sterck, E H M; Watts, D P; van Schaik, C P
The evolution of female social relationships in nonhuman
primates.
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 41(5): 291-309, 1997.

Strier KB
Why is female kin bonding so rare? Comparative sociality of
neotropical primates.
Pp. 300-319 in COMPARATIVE PRIMATE SOCIOECOLOGY. Lee PC, ed.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.

Thierry B
Adaptation and self-organization in primate societies.
DIOGENES 45(4, #180) : 39-71, 1997.

Treves A
Primate social systems: Conspecific threat and
coercion-defense hypotheses.
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(2): 81-88, 1998.

Treves, A
Primate natal coats:  A preliminary analysis of distribution
and function.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 104(1): 47-70,
1997.

van Noordwijk MA
The effects of dominance rank and group size on female
lifetime reproductive success in wild long-tailed macaques,
Macaca fascicularis.
PRIMATES 40(1): 105-130, 1999.

van Schaik CP
Did infanticide risk select for male-male association in
primates?
PRIMATE REPORT (Sp iss 48-2): 32, 1997. (Abstract)

van Schaik CP; van Noordwijk MA; Nunn CL
Sex and social evolution in primates.
Pp. 204-231 in COMPARATIVE PRIMATE SOCIOECOLOGY. Lee PC, ed.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.

van Schaik, C P; Kappeler, P M
Infanticide risk and the evolution of male-female
association in primates.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON B264(1388):
1687-1694, 1997.

Watanabe K
[Infanticide of silver luton and palm-nut cracking of
crab-eating macaques observed in the Pangandaran Nature
reserve, Indonesia.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 14(3): 235, 1998. (Japanese)
(Abstract)

Watts D
Causes and consequences of male group size variation in
gorillas and chimpanzees.
PRIMATE REPORT (Sp iss 48-2): 39-40, 1997. (Abstract)

Wolff, J O
Population regulation in mammals:  An evolutionary
perspective.
JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY 66(1): 1-13, 1997.

Wright, P C
Behavioral and ecological comparisons of neotropical and
Malagasy primates.
Pp. 127-141 in NEW WORLD PRIMATES:  ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, AND
BEHAVIOR. W.G. Kinzey, ed. New York, Aldine de Gruyter,
1997.

Yamagiwa J
Mushamuka's story: The largest group and the longest tenure.
GORILLA JOURNAL (15): 7-10, 1997.

Yamagiwa J
Socioecological factors influencing population structure of
gorillas and chimpanzees.
PRIMATES 40(1): 87-104, 1999.

Zinner D
Male take-overs and sexual swellings in Hamadryas baboons
(Papio hamadryas).
PRIMATE REPORT (Sp iss 48-2): 41, 1997. (Abstract)

Zinner D
Male take-overs and sexual swellings in hamadryas baboons
(Papio hamadryas).
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(4): 240, 1998.
(Abstract)