Data from: Effects of female group size on the number of males in blue monkey (Cercopithecus mitis) groups

Marina Cords & Lu Gao
The number of males per group varies substantially in group-living primates, both between and within species. In blue monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis), males may temporarily join groups during annual mating seasons when sexually receptive females are present. A likely determinant of the number of males per group is female group size (the number of adult females in a group). To clarify the role of female group size in driving variation in the number of males per...
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