2007
DOI: 10.1896/052.022.0103
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Where Have All the Titis Gone? The Heterogeneous Distribution ofCallicebus molochin Eastern Amazonia, and Its Implications for the Conservation of Amazonian Primates

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“…This may be exacerbated by habitat fragmentation, both historically and particularly in the context of recent human colonization. Within the Tocantins-Xingu interfluvium (a region that includes the present study site), C. moloch appears to be naturally absent from major tracts of continuous forest (Ferrari et al 2007). Ferrari et al (2003) also noted an inverse pattern in the relative distribution and abundance of C. moloch and M. argentatus in forests west of the Xingu River.…”
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confidence: 84%
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“…This may be exacerbated by habitat fragmentation, both historically and particularly in the context of recent human colonization. Within the Tocantins-Xingu interfluvium (a region that includes the present study site), C. moloch appears to be naturally absent from major tracts of continuous forest (Ferrari et al 2007). Ferrari et al (2003) also noted an inverse pattern in the relative distribution and abundance of C. moloch and M. argentatus in forests west of the Xingu River.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 84%
“…By contrast, Gonçalves et al (2008) have recorded a mean heterozygosity of only 26% for the silvery marmoset (Mico argentatus) from a fragmented landscape in central Amazonia, including a value of only 17% for a population inhabiting continuous forest, for a number of loci (3) and sample size (20 individuals) similar to the present study. Ecologically, C. moloch is probably more similar to M. argentatus than A. belzebul, and there is evidence (Ferrari and Lopes 1996;Ferrari et al 2003Ferrari et al , 2007Gonçalves et al 2008) that both species are distributed patchily in continuous forest, resulting in the relative isolation of local demes within the general population of the species. This may be exacerbated by habitat fragmentation, both historically and particularly in the context of recent human colonization.…”
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“…Such information is scant for most Amazonian platyrrhines, however, and recent studies have revealed considerable variation in the distribution of many species (Ferrari 2004), with potentially serious implications for their conservation (Ferrari et al 2007).…”
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“…While the limits are now better defined, the distribution of A. marginatus within these extremes is still poorly known (see Martins et al 1988;Nunes 1995;Ferrari et al 2003), and it would seem premature to assume that it is homogeneous (Ferrari et al 2007). In addition to natural variation, two major highways constructed during the 1970s-the Trans-Amazon and the (Table 1), protected areas (hatched), and the two main highways.…”
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