Borneo is far less densely populated than Java, but land use changes are now acutely affecting the forests which harbour some 20 species endemic to the area. This study covers census techniques and methodology, sections on the endemic species of the respective islands, a reassessment of IUCN conservation status of the primates, and finally a general discussion including proposals for conservation-related research.
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