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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Activity Pattern Of The Brown Howler Monkey Alouatta Fusca, Geoffroy 1812, In A Forest Fragment Of Southeastern Brazil|
|Abstract:||A group of six brown howlers was studied during a year in the Santa Genebra Reserve, a 250ha-forest fragment near the city of Campinas, State of São Paulo, southeastern Brasil. On average, the group rested for 64% of the daylight hours and feeding and moving occupied 18% and 13% of this period, respectively. A greater proportion of time was spent feeding during dry season (24%) than the wet season (15%), and the reverse observed for time spent resting (59% and 69% of the group's daylight hours during dry and wet seasons, respectively). The increase of resting and decrease of feeding during wet season were related to the percentage of leaves in the group's diet, high even during the fruiting season (wet season). However, additional data of other groups are necessary to draw conclusions about the effects of habitat disturbance on this population. © 1993 Japan Monkey Centre.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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