Alouatta


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Related to Alouatta: Lagothrix, Theropithecus
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Noun1.Alouatta - howler monkeysAlouatta - howler monkeys      
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Cebidae, family Cebidae - all the New World monkeys except marmosets and tamarins
howler monkey, howler - monkey of tropical South American forests having a loud howling cry
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Patron diario de actividades y habitos alimenticios de Alouatta palliata en semilibertad.
The knowledge of naturally occurring yellow fever-associated disease in NHPs gained since the early 1900s is fragmentary (12) and mainly limited to Alouatta spp.
Tambien alberga especies de fauna silvestre como Crax rubra, Penelope purpurascens, Alouatta palliata mexicana y Dasyprocta mexicana (Fernandez, 2010).
Otros autores reportan la presencia de Salmonella spp en muestras fecales de una diversidad de especies de primates no humanos, incluyendo Alouatta clamitans, Saimiri sciureus, Lagothrix lagotricha, Cebus albifrons y Cebus apella (Souza-Junior et al.
Habitat degradation impacts black howler monkey ( Alouatta pigra ) gastrointestinal microbiomes.
Skeletal pathologies in a population of Alouatta palliata: behavioral, ecological, and evolutionary implications.
In addition, we directly observed the species Alouatta caraya (Humboldt, 1812) (Primates, Atelidae), adding the total 18 medium- and large-sized mammal species registered for the area, belonging to eight orders and 12 families.
apella, mono arana -Ateles paniscus-y mono aullador -Alouatta seniculus- se origina de forma tendinosa en el epicondilo medial del humero y fascia de los musculos adyacentes, y se inserta en el cuerpo del radio, siendo relativamente distal en monos del genero Sapajus, Cebus y Alouatta, y significativamente mas proximal en A.
Aspectos ecologicos y etologicos de primates con enfasis en Alouatta seniculus (Cebidae), de la region de Coloso, Serrania de San Jacinto (Sucre), Costa Norte de Colombia.