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ArticleGroup size and group composition of the mona monkey (Cercopithecus mona) on the island of Grenada, West IndiesGlenn, Mary E.Cercopithecus, the genus of guenons, is the largest of the African primate genera, and yet more than half of the species belonging to this group have never been the focus of a long-term field study. In this paper, I present data on group size and comp . . .
ArticleChanges in Ranging and Agonistic Behavior of Vervet Monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops) after Predator-Induced Group FusionJaffe, Karin EnstamSocio-ecological theory predicts that group fusion in female-philopatric primate species will be rare because females experience increased costs by associating with non-relatives. Indeed, fusion has been reported only 14 times in only 4 female-philopa . . .
ArticleJaffe, Karin EnstamHere we describe changes in ranging behavior and other activities of vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops) after a wildfire eliminated grass cover in a large area near the study group's home range. Soon after the fire, the vervets ranged farther awa . . .