contains no further information on either the collector, collection date, and skull or body measurements. The results of this study show huge potential for the optimal mitigation of human–animal conflict in the context of conservation planning not only for LMNP but also for other national parks and nature reserves. We consider that the new species should be categorized as Endangered under IUCN criteria. Despite several morphological and molecular studies, however, its evolutionary history and phylogeography remain poorly understood. 4 40 Abstract: 41 We describe a species of Hoolock gibbon (Primates: Hylobatidae) that is new to science 42 from eastern Myanmar and southwestern China. The IUCN, Red List of Threatened Species 2008: e.T39877A10278832. golden leaf monkeys (Primates: Colobinae). middle Miocene Chinji formation of Pakistan. Two monophyletic clades, A hoolock specimen from Homushu Pass, Mt. An evaluation of Robert van Gulik's The Gibbon in. Comparison of external characteristics between Hoolock tianxing and other hoolock taxa, Estimated divergence times between gibbon and other Asian primate sister species based on mitochondrial data, A hoolock specimen from Homushu Pass, Mt. In addition, the K2P, the differentiation observed between other gibbon sister species, for, Nadler, & Roos, 2010). Gaoligong have white eyebrows, which is a distinctive feature of the genus. insights into folivory and evolutionary history. Mean dawn time was 07:21 h during the survey, and most vocalizations were produced between 1.0 and 2.5 h after dawn (75% of total song bouts), with an average song bout duration of 22.5 min (n = 12). Gaoligong (AMNH M-43068, top row) and the holotype of H. leuconedys (NHM ZD.1950.391, bottom row), showing (left to right) eye brows and suborbital area, beard, and genital tuft, PCA and DFA for hoolock taxa, using craniodental measurements (A and B), shape of the outline of the upper M2 (C and D), and shape of the outline of the lower M2 (E and F), Lower p4 of different hoolock species and geographic populations, All figure content in this area was uploaded by Peng-Fei Fan, All content in this area was uploaded by Peng-Fei Fan on Dec 20, 2017, Hylobatidae) based on integrative taxonomy, Institute of Eastern-Himalaya Biodiversity, Department of Vertebrate Zoology, National, Department of Anthropology, Center for the. apes, many of which are in danger of extinction in southern China and Southeast Asia. Juveniles do not have white hair on. are present, but not well-developed (Figure 5e and f). Hylobatidae [Taxonomy: Rank: genus (မျိုးစု အဖြစ် ပြသသည်) Link: Hoolock gibbon|Hoolock(Hoolock gibbon သို့ ချိတ်ဆက်ထားသည်) Extinct: no Always displayed: yes (major rank) Taxonomic references: – Parent's taxonomic references: population is highly fragmented across different forest areas (Fan et al., 2011). Including the proposed taxonomic changes, the genus Trachypithecus now contains 22 species, with Myanmar home to a total of 20 nonhuman primate species (Trachypithecus popa sp. (20, Choudhury, A. Our findings indicate that both hunting pressure from humans and low temperatures suppress calling behavior in hoolock gibbons. Spesies baru ini sebagian besar diperoleh dari perangkap sumuran yang ditanam didalam tanah, selain itu kami juga mendapatkan bukti bahwa spesies ini mampu memanjat pohon dan kemungkinan memiliki perilaku sebagai pemanjat. The family is divided into four genera based on their diploid chromosome number: Hylobates (44), Hoolock (38), Nomascus (52), and Symphalangus (50). Am. [1] Artepitet i det vetenskapliga namnet är sammansatt av de kinesiska orden tiān (himmel) och xing (rörelse). Patterns of genetic variation within and between, Kimura M. 1980. Understanding these calling patterns can provide insights into how individuals modify their behavior in response to environmental variables as well as help to design efficient bioacoustic survey techniques. Unfortunately, the, KNHMZ 2007082102, and another juvenile) died in 2007, possibly, Xiaobao) still survive. The singing rate (number of bouts/number on monitoring days*100%: 7.5-31.4%) was notably lower than other gibbon populations, presumably due to low group density (about 0.5 groups/km(2) ) and prevalence of hunting at the study site. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. ) It is among the largest of hylobatids (except siamang) and has unusually long arms for a hylobatid. We describe a new species of the genus Leptobrachium from the Gaoligongshan Mountain Range, Yunnan Province of China based on molecular and morphological evidences. Within this range, high-quality habitat at 1420 km2, medium-quality habitat at 750 km2, and low-quality habitats at 1410 km2. Overall, our study highlights the importance of museum specimens and provides new insights not only into the evolutionary history of T. phayrei but the entire Trachypithecus genus as well. ary 2011, and the highest was 20.3°C in August 2010 (Fan et al., 2013). (2015). Just better. Thinh, V. N., Mootnick, A. R., Geissmann, T., Li, M., Ziegler, T., Agil, M., Roos, C. (2010). sequencesobtained in this study were submitted to GenBank(accession, libraries. He K., & Jiang X. The study of vocal communication in nonhuman primates, especially apes, offers critical insight into the origins of human language. The new species, Leptobrachium tengchongense sp. Monkey, Genus Rhinopithecus Milne-Edwards, 1872 (Primates. PCR, products were used for NGS and for generating probes for capture-, hybridization, following Horn (2012). Consistent with the holotype of, individuals from the west of the river display thick eyebrows, a white or, silvery genital tuft in males, and whitish hair around the orbital and, suborbital regions in females. For example, the enamel-dentine junction morphology and enamel thickness in early hominid molars proved to be useful for taxonomic studies (Ayvazyan, Vasilyan, & Böhme, 2019;Delgado et al., 2015) and the cranial dental morphology was used to assess the taxonomic status of the hoolock species in China. These results suggest that skull and tooth shape are, conserved among hoolock taxa, a general pattern observed in hylobatids, (Jablonski & Chaplin, 2009). In this study, we explored a conservation process from an ethnoprimatological perspective for the management of national parks and nature reserves. Karanth, K. P. (2008). Information from sequence entries Show organism modifiers. Description of a species of orang, from the north-eastern. 13 of the Myanmar Primate Conservation Program. We acknowledge that mitogenomic gene, trees can differ from nuclear genomic trees, as seen in primates for, numbers indicate Bayesian posterior probabilities. Hoolock Gibbon by Dr Raju Kasambe 03.JPG 768 × 791; 103 KB Hoolock Gibbon DSCN1410 01.jpg 4,608 × 3,456; 4.29 MB Hoolock Gibbon DSCN1410 02.jpg 4,608 × 3,456; 6.62 MB isolated by large rivers needs to be critically assessed. Craniodental biology of primates, Klingenberg, C. P. (2011). NCBI Taxonomy: a comprehensive update on curation, resources and tools. Mt. For the, remaining samples, amplicon sequencing (O'Neill et al., 2013) and, hybridization-capturing (Horn, 2012) were employed, accompanied, of the modern muscle tissue sample using long-range PCR (Chan, et al., 2010) using two pairs of primers (Supplemental Table S4). true moles (Scalopini and Talpini), Although there have been few studies of self-scratching in primates, some have reported distinct differences in whether hands or feet are used, and these variations seem to reflect the evolutionary history of the Order. generally oval-shaped because (i) the teeth are mesiodistally shorter; (ii) the talonid and trigonid are of equal width; and/or (iii) distal cusps. nov., T. phayrei, T. melamera, T. barbei, T. obscurus, T. crepusculus, T. shortridgei, T. pileatus, Presbytis femoralis, Rhinopithecus strykeri, Macaca mulatta, M. fascicularis, M. arctoides, M. assamensis, M. leonina, Hoolock hoolock, H. leuconedys, H. tianxing, Hylobates lar, and Nycticebus bengalensis; ... Circumorbital scales exclude any supralabials contacting eye. We describe a species of Hoolock gibbon (Primates: Hylobatidae) that is new to science from eastern Myanmar and southwestern China. In addition, relatively low estimation errors for body masses derived from M1-2 were indicated. (2014), who, According to our mitogenomic analyses, the MRCA of living, gibbons lived around 6.79 Ma, which is slightly older than the estimate, result is very similar to the gibbon MRCA age estimate given by, Springer et al. This appears to represent a fundamental difference between monkeys and great apes in limb use. western Yunnan Province, China, and eastern Myanmar (Chaplin, 2005), and represents the easternmost end of the distribution of, hoolock populations (Figure 1). We systematically collected data of their calls, and its relationship to temperature, group density, and hunting pressure over at least 1 year for each group. (Agilent Technologies, Santa Clara, CA), following Horn (2012). The lower p4 shows patterns of morphological variation, corresponding to the different hoolock species and geographic, Myanmar is trapezoidal-shaped, and the talonid is generally wider than, the trigonid because (i) the metaconid and protoconid are relatively, small; (ii) the hypoconid is generally present and equal in size to the, entoconid; and/or (iii) both the entoconid and hypoconid are moderate, differ slightly from their counterparts from Myanmar in that the lower, p4 is more square-shaped in overall outline because (i) the protoconid, is well-developed; (ii) the entoconid and hypoconid are present but not, strongly developed; and/or (iii) the talonid and trigonid are similar in, Irrawaddy River, the lower p4 has a rhomboidal shape (Figure 5c and, d), and the trigonid is usually wider than the talonid because (i) the two, mesial cusps are very large, with the metaconid being as large as the, protoconid and (ii) the hypoconid and entoconid are greatly reduced, and in some cases absent (especially the hypoconid). The black or Myanmar snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus strykeri) was discovered in the Gaoligong Mountains of northeastern Kachin state, Myanmar in 2010, and was subsequently found in the mountains of northwestern Yunnan, China in 2011. However, based on similar morphological characteristics of two samples of the genus Biswamoyopterus collected recently from northern Laos and northern Myanmar, and the small genetic distances on mitochondrial DNA and nuclear DNA between them, the results strongly support these two samples as representatives of the same species. photographs and feces from both wild and captive individuals, examined museum specimens, and conducted multidisciplinary. Except for historical specimens, no gibbon was killed or captured, permitted by the Management Bureau of Gaoligongshan National, Nature Reserve, and adhered to the legal requirements of China and. We conducted an intensive survey of the Vulnerable eastern hoolock gibbon Hoolock leuconedys along the west bank of the Salween River in southern China, covering all known hoolock gibbon populations in China. Description of a new species of Hoolock gibbon (Primates: Hylobatidae) based on integrative taxonomy. Institute for Primate Research, Göttingen, eastern Myanmar and southwestern China. Horn, S. (2012). We estimated the total population to be < 200 First distribution, Deino, A. L., Tauxe, L., Monaghan, M., & Hill, A. Between the Irrawaddy-Nmai Hka River and the Salween River in, China and Myanmar. The past, present, and future of gibbons in China. Using a uniform distribution for this calibration, we set the, at the Eocene-Oligocene transition (Seiffert, 2006) follo, et al. The genus of hoolock gibbons comprises two previously described living species, the western (Hoolock hoolock) and eastern hoolock (H. leuconedys) gibbons, geographically isolated by the Chindwin River. Gaoligong (or Gaoligongshan) is located between the Salween, River (Nujiang in Chinese, Mae Nam Salawin in Thai, and Thanlwin in, Burmese) and the Nmai Hka tributary of the Irrawaddy River in. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. Harlan, R. (1834). 9999: e22631; doi: 10.1002/ajp.22631 Published in Although it is likely that other captive. ) Although we conducted GM, analyses for all upper and lower molar types, we only present here the, results of the M2s due to their reduced degree of dental wear (vs. M1s), and relatively large samples in museum collections. Photo taken by Lei Dong, et al., 2012). I found that R. strykeri can potentially consume 593 items from more than 170 food plants of trees, bushes, and herbs representing 76 genera and 41 plant families, as well as 15 species of lichen. 3. to compare male, shrew-liked moles subspecies for 40 years (Brandon-Jones et al., 2004; Groves, 1967), but are now recognized as distinct species, the western hoolock. Our study groups called, on average, 2.5 hr after sunrise, probably foraging first in the early morning after long nights in this cold habitat delayed singing. determine whether further splitting may be required. Bailey, S. E., & Lynch, J. M. (2005). The new species is widespread on the island, with vouchered records from nine general localities distributed among five of the island's areas of endemism. However, clear morphological differentiation between, Morphological discrimination is also congruent with divergence of, the mitochondrial genomes. Our description of, Gaoligong, and it is very likely that new species are still to be described, in other taxonomic groups, many of which remain understudied and, Groves (1967) and Choudhury (2013) noticed morphological. analyses using both DNA and morphological/morphometric data. B., & Wilson D. E. (2013). whole gibbon genome sequences by Carbone et al. The siamang, which is the largest of the 17 species, is distinguished by having two fingers on each foot stuck together, hence the generic and species names Symphalangus and syndactylus. A new generic name for the hoolock, Müller, S., Hollatz, M., & Wienberg, J. Most of these new species are locally endemic; Mt. We used, tpsDig2 v2.22 (Rohlf, 2015) to place 10 and 11 semi-landmarks. Sky islands of southwest China. Similarly, the estimated divergence time, estimated divergence times between other primate species in Asia, (Table 2). Given that fossils dated between 7 and, 10 Ma from the tribe Hominini are scarce an, boundary (Benton et al., 2015). Yunnan, June 2013 and October 2014), Taibao Park (Baoshan, Yunnan, May 2015), three zoos (Kunming, October 2015; Zhengz-, hou, August 2015; Beijing, September 2015), and Pianma Ranger, October 2015), which contained captive hoolock individual, We examined 122 hoolock specimens curated at: the American, Museum of Natural History (AMNH), New York (, of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (ANSP), Philadelphia (. Zhou, X., Wang, B., Pan, Q., Zhang, J., Kumar, S., Sun, X., Whole-genome sequencing of the snub-nosed monkey provides. However, he hesitated to erect, any further hoolock taxa because at the time, either sex are available from the east of the Irrawaddy River to. The, genital tuft of two old adult males (identi. Adult females from Mt. My results indicate that approximately 83.4% (10,398.7 km2) of remaining habitat with high conservation value for each of the five flagship species is unprotected. substitutions through comparative studies of nucleotide sequences. The youngest date for this fossil is 6.5, Monaghan, & Hill, 2002). We found that notes of male gibbon calls conform to Zipf's law of brevity, with the most common notes being shortest in duration. (Geissmann, 2002), and chromosomal (Müller, Hollatz, & Wienberg, 2003) characteristics. Taxonomy. Gaoligong, Yunnan, in 2008 and 2009 (Fan et al., 2011), with, 10 months; Zhang, Yuan, Cui, & Fan, 2011), Nankang (one group and, one solitary female, 15 months; Fan et al., 2013), Banchang (three. Table S5). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Benton, M. J., Donoghue, P. C. J., Asher, R. J., Friedman, M., Near, T. J., &, Vinther, J. 2011; Springer et al., 2012; Thinh, Mootnick, Geissmann et al., 2010). All African great apes used hands exclusively (orangutans were an exception displaying occasional foot-use). Il tient son origine du mot bengali ou hindi « ulluck », lui-même dérivé du terme assamais « houlou ». = 3); the Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ), = 6), representing historical specimens collected from Mt. Gaoligongshan of western Yunnan Province, China, The past, present, and future of gibbons in China, Primate Dentition: An Introduction to the Teeth of Non-human Primates, Gibbon genome and the fast karyotype evolution of small apes, Physical geography of the Gaoligong Shan area of southwest China in relation to biodiversity, Social structure of Indochinese gray langurs in Wuliang Mountain, Yunnan, Ecology and conservation of otters in China, comparative study of monogamous and polygynous gibbon groups. Sequencing Kit (Applied Biosystems, Foster City, CA). Geissmann, T. (2002). We surveyed 22 captive, hoolocks in China during this study, most of which were, however, not, listed in the studbook. AMNH M-43065 (adult female, skin only; Supplemental Figure S1) and, MCZ 26474 (=AMNH M-43067, skin and skull, relocated to MCZ in. (Mangshi County, Yunnan, May 2015), Yunnan Safari Park (Kunming. . Our result revealed that the Houqiao subpopulation of H. tianxing is of high conservation significance, since it is one of the largest subpopulations for the species in China and occurs in an unprotected area. J. Primatol. nov., is described on the basis of a single recently collected specimen from Yingjiang County, Yunnan Province, People's Republic of China, and three historical specimens from Yunnan and from northeastern Myanmar. mitogenome (NC_023377, withdrawn by the authors from GenBank; generated for each fecal sample were mapped to NC_023377 and, Phylogenetic analyses were performed using RAxML for maximum, likelihood tree estimation, and BEAST v1.8 for Bayesian tree and, 31 complete or nearly complete mitogenomes, including 11 newly, derived and 20 from GenBank. Because taxonomically identified materials for these possible early anthropoids are limited to dentitions, this study focused on obtaining body masses based on crown areas of cheek teeth and discussed the reliability of estimated body masses.Body mass estimation, Nomascus leucogenys (Ogilby, 1840) is a crested gibbon of northern Vietnam, northern Laos, and southern China. The article proposes Malay as an intermediary, noting that several other Aslian words entered European languages via Malay. National Natural Science Foundation of China, Foundation; National Program for Support of. Researchers estimate H. tianxing diverged from H. leuconedys roughly 490,000 years ago. Based on the, genetic diversity in our samples and preliminary phylogenetic, analysis, we selected a subset of samples for whole mitochondrial, genome (hereafter mitogenome) sequencing using either Sanger, or next-generation sequencing (NGS). capture and sequencing of endogenous DNA from feces. The discovery of the new species focuses attention on the need for improved conservation of small apes, many of which are in danger of extinction in southern China and Southeast Asia. Nutritional studies and comparisons of 100 leaf items the monkeys selectively consumed (n = 70 plant species) with the nutrient content of 54 leaf items (n = 48 plant species) the monkeys’ avoided in spring and autumn reveal that R. strykeri preferentially select leaves high in moisture (77.7%), crude protein (21.2%), total nonstructural carbohydrates (34.9%) and phosphorus (0.37%) while tending to avoid foods with a neutral detergent fibre content close to 35%. Phylogenetic analyses revealed a robustly supported phylogeny of Trachypithecus, suggesting that the T. pileatus group branched first, followed by the T. francoisi group, and the T. cristatus and T. obscurus groups most recently. Discussions on the major threats to the species and relevant conservation recommendations are provided. The flying squirrel genus Biswamoyopterus (Rodentia: Sciuridae: Pteromyini) was once considered to contain three species, Biswamoyopterus biswasi from northeastern India, B. laoensis from central Laos and B. gaoligongensis from southwest China, all identified from morphological characteristics of one or two specimens. Am. rst two discriminants using the same craniodental dataset, Comparison of external characteristics between, , except for two individuals from GenBank, which were, (Y13304, Y13305). Carbone, L., Harris, R. A., Gnerre, S., Veeramah, K. R., Lorente-Galdos, B.. Chan, Y. C., Roos, C., Inoue-Murayama, M., Inoue, E., Shih, C. C., Pei, K. J. C., & Vigilant, L. (2010). The genus of hoolock gibbons comprises, two previously described living species, the western (, morphological and genetic characteristics of wild animals and museum specimens, and, conducted multi-disciplinary analyses using mitochondrial genomic sequences, external, morphology, and craniodental characters to evaluate the taxonomic status of the hoolock, population in China. © 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. equations were calculated using samples of 11 living prosimian species and of 30 living anthropoid species (15 platyrrhines, 13 cercopithecoids, and two Hylobates). and discriminant function analyses (DFA) in SPSS v17.0 (SPSS, Inc.. Chicago, IL), conducted on log10-transformed variables. In this study, our enrichments were able to recover whole, issue might be so-called nuclear mitochondrial DNA sequences, (NUMTs), which commonly exist in primates (Karanth, 2008); the, NUMTs, however, should be at low enough levels to not in, calling or subsequent assemblage accuracy (Li, Schroeder, Ko, &, The relationships between hylobatid genera are highly supported. The Chindwin River in Myanmar was identi, 1967), and the Lohit River may also act as a boundary between, played therefore an important role in the diversi. Multivariate, statistics (PCA and DFA) were implemented in MorphoJ v1.06d and, Table S4), for all 27 samples (Supplemental Table S1). the chin or under the eyes; eyebrows are not always well-separated. Taxonomy concerns the identification of species and their classification into higher-order groups like genera and families. Although human language represents a highly derived and complex form of communication, researchers have found that the organization of language follows a series of common statistical patterns, known as ‘linguistic laws’. Genus Hylobates. (2012). Lastly, for structuring a systematic transboundary conservation network in the highly-biodiverse but poorly-studied Gaoligong Mountains region, I used interview-based survey results (on animal distribution data) of three taxa (Primates, Pheasants and Mishmi Takin) and identified five flagship species (R. strykeri, Hoolock tianxing, Trachypithecus shortridgei, Lophophorus sclateri, Budorcas taxicolor) as surrogates of community biodiversity in the Gaoligong Mountains. Database (Oxford). Fan, P. F., Ai, H. S., Fei, H. L., Zhang, D., & Yuan, S. D. (2013). 0.97] in Thinh, Mootnick, Geissmann et al. hair is absent in the suborbital area; (iv) the genital tufts are black, brown, or dark gray instead of whitish (Table 1; Figure 2C and D and, Figure 3; Supplemental Figure S2). variability in the hylobatid dentition. Ho-mu-shu (=Hongmushu) Pass, Baoshan, Yunnan, China (25.00 N, 98.83 E). The, Photos of male (top row) and female (bottom row) hoolocks from different taxa and geographic populations. All tRNAs, the ND6 gene and the, D-loop region were removed from the dataset alignment. or brown in color, not contrasting with the color of the chest or body; genital tuft prominent, usually black or dark brown in color with a few, white hairs present, not contrasting with the color of the groin. Macroevolutionary dynamics and, Primate dentition: An introduction to the teeth of non-. After confirming the reliability of species distribution data via selective field surveys, I applied multicriteria decision analysis techniques along with data on habitat suitability (MAXENT Models) to highlight areas for transboundary conservation efforts. DOI: 10.1002/ajp.22631 Corpus ID: 3882019. 40 miles east of Bhamo, northern Myanmar, during. Stool, DNA libraries were analyzed using the same Ion Xpress kits. In adult females, pelage color is generally, yellowish, but varies with age (yellowish white to reddish blonde); eye, rings incomplete; white hair typically not present on the lateral orbital, region, or if present, not as conspicuous as on the brows on the lateral, orbital region; white hair sometimes also not present on the suborbital, region (Supplemental Figure S5). A new species of crested gibbon, from the central Annamite mountain, Yang, J., Wang, Y., & Chan, B. Hylobates hoolock, Harlan, 1834, Chindwin River, Burma. usefulness in hominoid alpha taxonomy (Bailey & Lynch, 2005; Frisch. In contrast, males from the east of the, Irrawaddy River (MCZ 26474, 30383; AMNH M-43068; NHM, ZD.1933.7.29.15) resemble Mt. Springer, M. S., Meredith, R. W., Gatesy, J., Emerling, C. A., Park, J., Rabosky, historical biogeography of primate diversi. Quaternary gibbon from China; Groves, 2001; Prouty, Buchanan, 2005). Hoolock Gibbon shares some of its localities with tigers. Morphologically, the new species is readily distinguished from all other described Sulawesi Crocidura by its intermediate body size, gray pelage, and long, hairy tail. Traditionally, the hoolock has been considered being a member of the genus Hylobates and the monotypic representant of a distinct subgenus (e.g. Thinh, V. N., Mootnick, A. R., Thanh, V. N., Nadler, T., & Roos, C. (2010). historical museum specimens are also known from further south at, Gokteik, Shan State, northern Myanmar. Trachypithecus, which currently contains 20 species divided into four groups, is the most speciose and geographically dispersed genus among Asian colobines. Armstrong, R. A. Tooth shape was also significantly different with sharp teeth for males compared with females of southern populations versus northern ones. September 1930), collected at the same locality as the holotype (Allen. light (Supplemental Figure S2); eyebrows thin and well-separated; white hairs absent in the suborbital area; beard not conspicuous, black. This article reviews morphological, ethno-geographical, semantic, historical and linguistic evidence that supports this hypothesis. Zürich, Switzerland: Gibbon Conservation Alliance, p. 172. All rights reserved. (2013). All monkeys and some prosimians used both hands and feet to self-scratch, whereas one prosimian species used only feet. The minimum date for this fossil is 24.44 million ye, 2010). Es werden 20 Arten unterschieden. Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. Hybrid capture yielded, nine individuals,and partial mitogenomes for the other three individual, The mitogenome gene tree is well-supported for all interspeci, relationships (posterior probabilities [PP], detected within samples previously classi, both east and west of the Irrawaddy River (PP, In the gene tree based on partial mitochondrial hoolock sequence, data, the primary division is between one sample of, Dhaka Zoo (Bangladesh) and all other samples (PP, should be noted that all these other samples were identi, individuals in clade I, from various sources with known taxonomic, ZD.1950.391, bottom row), showing (left to right) eye brows and suborbital area, beard, and genital tuft, captive centers (Supplemental Table S1). The final stage of systematic analysis concerns classification, in which species are organized into hierarchically nested groups. generally unfavorable for gibbons (Groves, 1967; Thinh, Rawson et al., 2010). nov.). The aim of this project is to clarify the social structure of the large groups of Indochinese gray langurs in their, 1. to find suitable methods to survey otters (occurence, distribution, abundance, and density) in different habitats. Special attention, was paid to the lower P4 and the upper and lower molars, given their. suborbital regions, it is less conspicuous or absent lateral to the orbits. (2013). Gron KJ. Biswamoyopterus biswasi is distributed in the northern Indo-China peninsula, where it is exposed to a series of threats, such as intense hunting activity, illegal trade, and rapid habitat loss; this should warrant its classification as critically endangered according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List criteria. vertebrates, for example, amphibians (Yang, Wang, & Chan, 2016; Yang, Wang, Chen, & Rao, 2016). Martinon-Torres, M., Bastir, M., Bermudez de Castro, J. M., Gomez, A., Sarmiento, S., Muela, A., & Arsuaga, J. L. 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