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Primates

, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp 263–276 | Cite as

A cladistic analysis of interspecific relationships ofSaguinus

  • Masahito Natori
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Abstract

The dental and cranial morphologies of all species ofSaguinus, S. oedipus, S. geoffroyi, S. leucopus, S. nigricollis, S. fuscicollis, S. labiatus, S. mystax, S. imperator, S. bicolor, andS. midas are examined. The following hypotheses are developed by cladistic methodology, using only synapomorphic characters to assess the interspecific relationships ofSaguinus.Saguinus are divided into two main groups; one consists ofS. oedipus, S. geoffroyi, andS. leucopus, and the other includesS. inustus, S. nigricollis, S. fuscicollis, S. labiatus, S. mystax, S. imperator, S. bicolor, andS. midas. In the former group,S. oedipus is more closely related toS. geoffroyi than either is toS. leucopus. In the latter group,S. labiatus, S. mystax, andS. imperator are classified into one group, andS. bicolor andS. midas form one monophyletic group.

Key Words

Saguinus Interspecific relationships Cladistic analysis Dental character Cranial characters 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Masahito Natori
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of AnatomyJichi Medical SchoolTochigiJapan

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