By Terry Lake DVM
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1993 Olive baboon Yellow baboon Guinea baboon Chacma baboon Fruit and seeds 46% (0-86%); grass, sedge, herb 16% (097%); corms or roots 10% (085%); tree leaves 10% (061%); flowers 8% (0-27%); exudates or sap 4% (0-15%); other plant parts 6% (0-19%); prey 7% (0-72%); raid farms; beg from tourists; P. h. ursinus near sea eat crab Diurnal, mostly terrestrial, part arboreal; multimale/ multifemale group size 7-200; P. h. 0 kg male Dunbar & Dunbar, 1974; Dunbar, 1976, 1977; Fleagle, 1988; Iwamoto, 1979; Napier, 1981; Silva & Downing, 1995; Stammbach, 1987 Miopithecus M.
Erythrogaster, C. erythrotis, C. mona, C. petaurista, C. sclateri 4-35; C. , 1970; Caldecott, 1986a; Colyn, 1994; Napier, 1981; Oates, 1985; Silva & Downing, 1995; Wolfheim, 1983 C. pogonias C. wolfi Red-tailed guenon Mustached guenon Blue monkey DeBrazza’s monkey Putty-nosed or greater spot-nosed guenon Crowned guenon Wolf’s guenon Fruit 67% (5-100%) (seed only 8%); leaves 15% (0-96%); flowers 4% (0-51%); bark, pith, and other 2% (0-30%), fungi 2% (0-39%), invertebrates 14% (0-45%); C. mitis eat bamboo; C.
1984). , 1991). 0 vs. 6 vs. 0 hours) (Clemens and Phillips, 1980). The mean transit times for the same diet fed to vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops) and the more insectivorous bushbaby (Otolemur crassicaudatus) were about 30 and 12 hours, respectively (Clemens, 1980). Folivores Primate folivores have a variety of physical adaptations that promote, through symbiotic microbial fermentation and mechanical action, the degradation of the structural and chemical defenses of plants. The two principal adaptations involve enlargements of the stomach or the hindgut to accommodate microbial fermentation (Parra, 1978; Langer, 1988).