gray langur

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gray langur

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Eco-ethology of the common langur Semnopithecus entellus (Dufresne) in Bangladesh.
Especie Nombre comun Situacion experimental Prosimios Eulemur fulvus rufus Lemur de frente roja Cautiverio Propithecus verreauxi Sifaca de Verreaux Libertad Monos del nuevo mundo Cebus apella Capuchino cafe Cautiverio Cebus capucinus Capuchino de Cautiverio cara blanca Callithrix jacchus Marmoseta comun Cautiverio Sanguinus oedipus Tamarino cabeza Cautiverio de algodon Saimiri sciureus Mono ardilla Cautiverio Monos del viejo mundo Erythrocebus patas Mono patas Cautiverio Trachypithecus obscura Langur de anteojos Cautiverio Semnopithecus spp.
Serial Scientific Name Family Name Local Name Number 1 Vulpes bengalensis Canidae Khak shiyal English: Bengal fox 2 Semnopithecus entellus Cercopithecidae Hanuman English: Hanuman langur 3 Axis axis Cervidae Horin English: Chitral deer 4 Elephas maximus Elephantidae Hati English: Indian elephant 5 Latirus duplicatus Fasciolariidae Shamuk English: Many angled spindle snail 6 Geoclemys hamiltonii Geoemydidae Kachim English: Black pond turtle 7 Ursus thibetanus Ursidae Bhaluk English: Asiatic black bear, Indian black bear Serial Utilized Part(s) Ailment Number 1 Bone Treatment for 18 types of fever.
Population dynamics of Hanuman langur, Semnopithecus entellus around Jodhpur (India) during 1995-2000.
fascicularis monkey, and 1 Semnopithecus obscurus monkey in Narathiwat Province had P.
Isolate Year Location source name 1 W379 1957 Baragi Semnopithecus Black- entellus faced 2 P9605 1957 Shigga Homo sapiens Human 3 G11333 1957 Barasi Haemaphysalis Tick spinigera 4 P16011 1958 Kaisodi H.
entellus (Groves and Molur, 2008), can be distinguished from other species of Semnopithecus found in the lower altitudinal areas, by its larger size and outer sides of both the fore and hind limbs covered with silvery-dark colored hair (Roberts, 1997; Wilson and Reeder, 1992).
The IUCN in 2000 classified the Semnopithecus entellus ajax as near threatened.
The wild population and the geographic range of the Semnopithecus ajax is very limited due to which the species is now considered as endangered in the available literature (Groves and Molur, 2008).