Data from: Titi monkey call sequences vary with predator location and type

Cristiane Cäsar, Klaus Zuberbuhler, Robert J. Young & Richard W. Byrne
Animal alarm calls can encode information about a predator’s category, size, distance or threat level. In non-human primates, alarm calls typically refer to broad classes of disturbances, in some instances to specific predators. Here, we present the results of a field experiment with a New World primate, the black-fronted titi monkey, designed to explore the information conveyed by their alarm call system. Adults produced sequences consisting of two main alarm call types that conveyed, in...
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