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100%

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Natural
 

call

Social context: troop

forage

 

Number of individuals=AUc5;  

Catherine A Langtimm
17 Jun 1990 at 15:10

    Geography
  • Costa Rica
    Puntarenas
    Locality
  • Monteverde
    Latitude/Longitude
  • 10.3   -84.8
    Elevation
  • 1400 meters
    Habitats
  • Cloudforest
  • Evergreen Forest
  • Riparian
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  • Mono
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  • NAGRA III-B
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NOTES: (Bkground Sounds: Wind; the monkeys breaking branches. Sound Delivery Rate: Normal? Gen. Clilmate: Wet. Cover Density: Thick. Cut length: ~4.5.) Five or more individiuals foraging in the trees at the edge of gallery forest at Martha Moss' House. They broke branches as an aggressive display toward my presence but not much in the way of a vocal display of aggression like I've seen with Cebus in Palo Verde. Most of the vocalizations, I believe, were among troop members while foraging. But I noticed their presence when I heard vegetation falling from the trees when I went outside to take a temperature reading for cut one on this tape. I've seen this troop here before. They are not very vocal compared to troops in Campbell's Woods or Stuckey's or The Reserve.

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