Book 1999

New Directions in Lemur Studies

ISBN: 978-1-4613-7131-1 (Print) 978-1-4615-4705-1 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Chapter

    Pages 1-17

    Ancient DNA in Subfossil Lemurs

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    Chapter

    Pages 19-53

    Past and Present Distributions of Lemurs in Madagascar

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    Chapter

    Pages 55-68

    Skeletal Morphology and the Phylogeny of the Lemuridae

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    Chapter

    Pages 69-81

    Support Utilization by Two Sympatric Lemur Species

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    Chapter

    Pages 83-91

    Field Metabolic Rate and the Cost of Ranging of the Red-Tailed Sportive Lemur (Lepilemur Ruficaudatus)

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    Chapter

    Pages 93-118

    Metabolic Strategy and Social Behavior in Lemuridae

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    Chapter

    Pages 119-137

    Cathemeral Activity of Red-Fronted Brown Lemurs (Eulemur Fulvus Rufus) in the Kirindy Forest/CFPF

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    Chapter

    Pages 139-157

    Social Organization of the Fat-Tailed Dwarf Lemur (Cheirogaleus Medius) in Northwestern Madagascar

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    Chapter

    Pages 159-172

    Demography and Floating Males in a Population of Cheirogaleus Medius

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    Chapter

    Pages 173-188

    Influence of Social Organization Patterns on Food Intake of Lemur Catta in the Berenty Reserve

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    Chapter

    Pages 189-199

    The Importance of the Black Lemur (Eulemur Macaco) for Seed Dispersal in Lokobe Forest, Nosy Be

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    Chapter

    Pages 201-219

    Taste Discrimination in Lemurs and Other Primates, and the Relationships to Distribution of Plant Allelochemicals in Different Habitats of Madagascar

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    Chapter

    Pages 221-239

    Folivory in a Small-Bodied Lemur

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    Chapter

    Pages 241-248

    Conservation of the Alaotran Gentle Lemur

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    Chapter

    Pages 249-268

    Teaching Primatology at the Université de Mahajanga (NW Madagascar)

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    Chapter

    Pages 269-281

    Lemurs as Flagships for Conservation in Madagascar

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 283-295