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Dark side of Black Friday: the major drawbacks with this shopping bonanza

Sarah Schiffling & Nikolaos Valantasis Kanellos

Habitat selection of samango monkeys

Edwin Parker
Aim: As habitat loss continues to accelerate with global human population growth, identifying landscape characteristics that influence species occurrence is a key conservation priority in order to prevent global biodiversity loss. In South Africa, the arboreal samango monkey (Cercopithecus albogularis sp.) is threatened due to loss and fragmentation of the indigenous forests it inhabits. The aim of this study was to determine the habitat preferences of the samango monkey at different spatial scales, and to...

Bringing Back the Manchester Argus Coenonympha tullia ssp. davus (Fabricius 1777): Quantifying the habitat resource requirements to inform the successful reintroduction of a specialist peatland butterfly

Andrew Osborne, Mike Longden, Dave Bourke & Emma Coulthard
2021-30 has been designated the UN decade of ecosystem restoration. A landscape scale peatland restoration project is being undertaken on Chat Moss, Greater Manchester, UK, with conservation translocations an important component of this work. The Manchester Argus Coenonympha tullia ssp. davus, a specialist butterfly of lowland raised bogs in the northwest of England, UK is under threat due to severe habitat loss and degradation. A species reintroduction was planned for spring 2020. This study aimed...

Foraging behaviour data for sympatric Ateles geoffroyi, Alouatta palliata, and Cebus imitator

Carrie Veilleux, Amanda Melin, Chihiro Hiramatsu, Karem Sánchez‐Solano, Shasta Webb, Rachel Williamson, Megan Mah, Evin Murillo-Chacon, Colleen Schaffner, Laura Hernández‐Salazar, Filippo Aureli & Shoji Kawamura
Senses form the interface between animals and environments, and their form and function provide a window into the ecology of past and present species. However, research on the senses used during foraging (e.g. smell, vision, touch, taste) by wild terrestrial frugivores is sparse. Here, we combine 26,094 fruit foraging sequences recorded from three wild, sympatric primates (Cebus imitator, Ateles geoffroyi, Alouatta palliata) with data on within- and between-species variation in colour vision, olfaction, taste, and...

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  • 2022

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  • Liverpool John Moores University
  • Kyushu University
  • Midwestern University
  • Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Universidad Veracruzana
  • University of Calgary
  • Technological University Dublin
  • University of Tokyo
  • Adams State University