Southern expansion of the geographical distribution of Cacajao melanocephalus melanocephalus Authors
Received: 07 March 1992 Revised: 24 August 1992 DOI:
Cite this article as: Boubli, J.P. International Journal of Primatology (1993) 14: 933. doi:10.1007/BF02220262 Abstract Cacajao melanocephalus melanocephalus, a subspecies of black uakari, was thought to be restricted to southern Venezuela. Observations of two groups of them in Pico da Neblina National Park, Brazil, suggest that its distribution should be extended to the Brazilian territory. Key Words black uakari Cacajao melanocephalus melanocephalus geographical distribution South America References
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