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期刊名称: Primate Conservation
Volume:29    Issue:1        Page:75-86
ISSN:0898-6207

Expanding Knowledge on Life History Traits and Infant Development in the Greater Bamboo Lemur (Prolemur simus): Contributions from Kianjavato, Madagascar期刊论文

作者: Cynthia L. Frasier Jean-Norbert Rakotonirina Lamaherisolo Gervais Razanajatovo Theoluc Stanislas Nasolonjanahary Rasolonileniraka
DOI:10.1896/052.029.0110

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页码: 75-86
出版者: Conservation International
期刊名称: Primate Conservation
ISSN: 0898-6207
卷期: Volume:29    Issue:1
摘要: Data are lacking on intraspecific variability in life history traits for the Critically Endangered greater bamboo lemur (Prolemur simus). Until now, detailed investigations on wild individuals had only been published for Ranomafana National Park, limiting the predictive power on the greater bamboo lemurs' possible responses to threats such as habitat loss and climate change. In this study, data were compiled on vital statistics and basic aspects of infant development for a 48-month period in Kianjavato, Madagascar. The area is mixed-use lowland forest with dense pockets of bamboo amid a disturbed landscape. Four core social groups, which would frequently coalesce into two larger groups, were monitored intensively. The birth pulse occurred in mid- to late September, nearly one month earlier than in Ranomafana National Park. Interbirth intervals and rates of attainment of infant developmental landmarks such as locomotor independence and weaning are discussed. Infant mortality averaged 47% with mos...
相关主题: vital rates, interbirth interval, infant mortality, life history, infant development, Infant development,

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