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red-bellied lemur -- Eulemur rubriventer More
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forage

 

 

Erik R Patel
18 Apr 2000 at 15:13

    Geography
  • Madagascar
    Fianarantsoa
    Locality
  • 60.0 km NE of Fianarantsoa City; Ranomafana National Park
    Latitude/Longitude
  • -21.35   47.45
    Elevation
  • 1000 meters
    Habitats
  • Rainforest
  • Montane Grassland
    Features
  • Clearing
    Channels
  • Mono
    Sampling Rate
    Bit Depth
    Recorders
  • SONY TC-D5 PRO II
    Microphones
  • Sennheiser ME 66
    Accessories
    Equipment Note

NOTES: grunts and sneeze-honks while foraging and light travel around dusk. One question is why do they add the sneeze-honks at certain times in addition to the common grunts which are typically given during foraging-associated movement. Grunts were almost never seen to be given while the rubriventers were stationary. The sneeze-honk addition may be associated with higher arousal states. For example, in one agonistic confrontation between a Malagasy Striped Civet (Fossa fosana) a lone rubriventer male was seen (not by myself) to emit many of the sneeze-honks and with much greater amplitude, and rate than normally (Mitchell Irwin, Anthropology Graduate Student at StoneyBrook, personal communication).
LNS NOTE: Unbroken cut with internal recordist announcement/handling noise gain change (MJA, 29 June 2005).

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