Ateles geoffroyi

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Noun1.Ateles geoffroyi - arboreal monkey of tropical America with long slender legs and long prehensile tailAteles geoffroyi - arboreal monkey of tropical America with long slender legs and long prehensile tail
New World monkey, platyrrhine, platyrrhinian - hairy-faced arboreal monkeys having widely separated nostrils and long usually prehensile tails
Ateles, genus Ateles - spider monkeys
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69 Pecari tajacu CBPS Tayassu pecari Ateles geoffroyi Canis familiar is Alouatta palliata Cerro & R = 0.
On 27 July 2015, an Ateles geoffroyi was observed and photographed in captivity in Catacamas, Olancho, Honduras.
Por otro lado, un Pilosa Tamandua mexicana, cuatro carnivoros Leopardus pardalis, Leopardus wiedii, Panthera onca, Eira barbara y un primate Ateles geoffroyi, como especies en peligro de extincion.
Jairo Munoz (Mexico) Chronoecology of neotropical primates: the spider monkey ateles geoffroyi.
De las tres especies de primates que se encuentran en Mexico: Ateles geoffroyi, Alouatta palliata mexicana y Alouatta pigra, es este ultimo (tambien conocido como mono aullador negro) quien tiene el 80% de su distribucion en este pais; sin embargo, es la menos investigada (1).
They cover the human biological clock from genes to chronotherapy, photosensitivity as a disregarded attribute to analyze photo-periodic clocks, respiration rhythm and quality of sleep in the total wellness and development of a child, circadian sleep-wake rhythms in pre-term infants, interactions between the circadian and the immune systems as a framework for understanding disease, the spider monkey Ateles geoffroyi as a case study in the chronoecology of neotropical primates, the role of clocks and chaos in a biodynamic approach to cancer, and experimental findings and analytical properties of a klepsydraic model of internal time presentation.
em bugio Alouatta palliata palliata e em Ateles geoffroyi oriundos de centros ecologicos na Costa Rica.
pulpo Ateles geoffroyi mono Lutjanus griseus pargo Rhizoprionodon terranovae cazon Cynoscion nebulosus corvina Dasyprocta punctata cereque Cichlasoma spp.
2003) where tree density is 371-383 trees / ha (DeWalt & Chave, 2004); Alouatta palliata is also found at La Selva Biological Station in Costa Rica (Stoner, 1996) where tree density ranges between 426-515 trees / ha (DeWalt & Chave, 2004); Ateles geoffroyi and Alouatta palliata occupy forest fragments in Los Tuxtlas, Mexico (Estrada & Coates-Estrada, 1996), where tree density is 737-834 trees / ha (Arroyo-Rodriguez, Mandujano, & Cuende-Fanton, 2005); and Ateles belzebuth, Alouatta seniculus and Cebus albifrons are found in Yasuni in the Ecuadorian Amazon (Pozo & Youlatos, 2005), where tree density is approximately 701 trees / ha (Valencia et al.
River crossing by Ateles geoffroyi and Alouattapigra in southern Mexico: A preliminary report.