The vocal repertoire of the bearded capuchin (Cebidae: Sapajus libidinosus): implications for understanding the complexity of neotropical primate communication

Carolina Lisboa, Francisco Mendes, Maurício Silveira & Ludmilla Aguiar
Vocal communication is an essential aspect of primate social behaviour. The bearded capuchin Sapajus libidinosus is endemic to Brazil and some studies have described specific vocalisation types for this species; however, there is still no complete description of its vocal repertoire. Thus, this study aimed to describe the vocal repertoire of a group of S. libidinosus living in the Parque Nacional de Brasília (PNB), a protected area in the Cerrado area of Central Brazil. We...
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