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Comparative Behavioral Ecology of Madagascan Lemurs

Cancelled
By: J Ganzhorn, P Kappeler and S O'Connor
256 pages, 25 b/w illus, 125 line illus
Comparative Behavioral Ecology of Madagascan Lemurs
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  • Comparative Behavioral Ecology of Madagascan Lemurs ISBN: 9780412472602 Paperback Dec 1998 Publication cancelled #33158
  • Comparative Behavioral Ecology of Madagascan Lemurs ISBN: 9780412472503 Hardback Dec 1998 Publication cancelled #33159
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About this book

Presents new information on the biology and social behaviour of Madagascan lemurs. The different issues relating to the social behaviour of this group are based on a sound theoretical basis, and the information on their population ecology and dynamics comes from studies on captive and semi-free ranging animals.

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Introduction to lemurs. Social structure of lemur societies. Social organization of lemur societies. Communication. Comparative life histories of lemurs. Structure of lemur communities. Habitat and food selection. Lemur-plant interactions. Lemurs in manipulated habitats.

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Cancelled
By: J Ganzhorn, P Kappeler and S O'Connor
256 pages, 25 b/w illus, 125 line illus
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