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- Tisovec, Karina C.; Cassano, Camila R.; Boubli, Jean P.; Pardini, Renata
- Biotropica 2014 v.46 no.2 pp. 248-255
- Leontopithecus chrysomelas, etc ; Callithrix; agroforestry; animals; biodiversity; canopy; data collection; forests; indigenous species; predation; predators; risk; trees; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Polyspecific associations are commonly observed in social animals, including primates, and have been interpreted as adaptations either to improve access to resources or to provide protection against predators. Mixed‐species associations between Wied's marmosets (Callithrix kuhlii) and golden‐headed lion tamarins (Leontopithecus chrysomelas) have been documented, and are unique among Atlantic fores ...
- Oliveira, L.C.; Hankerson, S.J.; Dietz, J.M.; Raboy, B.E.
- Animal conservation 2010 v.13 no.1 pp. 60-70
- Leontopithecus chrysomelas, etc ; Myrtaceae; Sapotaceae; agroforestry; anthropogenic activities; biodiversity; cattle; crops; forests; habitat fragmentation; habitats; home range; industry; landowners; pastures; plantations; trees; Brazil; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... The golden-headed lion tamarin Leontopithecus chrysomelas occurs in the Atlantic forest of southern Bahia, Brazil, where shade-cocoa agroforestry (known as cabruca) predominates. The economic decline of the cocoa industry has caused many landowners to convert cabruca into cattle pasture or diversify their plantations with other crops. These and prior anthropogenic disturbances such as habitat frag ...