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A Natural History of the Brown Mouse Lemur (Primate Field Studies)


A Natural History of the Brown Mouse Lemur (Primate Field Studies)

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    Available in PDF Format | A Natural History of the Brown Mouse Lemur (Primate Field Studies).pdf | English
    Sylvia Atsalis(Author)

This text can be used for any undergraduate or graduate course with a primate behavior or primate ecology component. It can also be used as supplemental reading, for any advanced animal behavior class. There are very few books that address the biology of nocturnal primates. There are even fewer that delve with any detail regarding the behavior of specific species. These animals are difficult to follow. Their diminutive size, the thickness of the vegetation, and their nocturnal habits, make the study of their habits a demanding task.Through a trial of patience, Sylvia Atsalis has undertaken this task. Here she provides an in depth view at the life and behavioral patterns of these tiny primates. A Natural History of the Brown Mouse Lemur provides the most complete look at the behavior and ecology of mouse lemurs.

Sylvia Atsalis is Coordinator of the Student Center for Science Engagement at Northeastern Illinois University. She has over twenty years experience teaching, advising, and offering professional development to students in STEM disciplines.

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  • PDF | 256 pages
  • Sylvia Atsalis(Author)
  • Routledge; 1 edition (9 Oct. 2007)
  • English
  • 5
  • Science & Nature
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  • By Guest on 27 November 2009

    I supported Sylvia with her fieldwork in the summer of 1993, at Ranomafana NP. Great to see the results of all the hardwork I know Sylvia was putting into her research.Very thorough, good use of photography and data.

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