By Juichi Yamagiwa (auth.), Naofumi Nakagawa D.Sc, Masayuki Nakamichi Ph.D., Hideki Sugiura D.Sc (eds.)
Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) were studied by means of primatologists considering the fact that 1948, and significant wisdom of the primate has been gathered to explain the difference of the species through the years and to exact environments in Japan. the japanese macaque is mainly fitted to intragenera and interpopulation comparative reviews of habit, body structure, and morphology, and to socioecology experiences often. This booklet, the main finished ever released in English on jap macaques, is replete with contributions through major researchers in box primatology. Highlighted are subject matters of intraspecific diversifications within the ecology and behaviors of the macaque. Such diversifications offer proof of the ecological determinants in this species’ mating and social behaviors, besides facts of cultural habit. The publication additionally addresses morphology, inhabitants genetics, fresh habitat swap, and conflicts with people, and attests to the plasticity and complicated adaptive process of macaque societies. the precious details during this quantity is suggested studying for researchers in primatology, anthropology, zoology, animal habit, and conservation biology.
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Infant social development, parental behavior, and social relationships among adult males and females have been analyzed from long-term observations at Katsuyama, Okayama Prefecture (Itoigawa 1973, 2001; Nakamichi and Shizawa 2003; Nakamichi and Yamada 2007; Nakamichi et al. 1995). At Arashiyama, long-term behavioral observations and DNA analysis from hair and fecal samples found that male mating success relied heavily on female choice in relationship to the male’s length of tenure (Huffman 1987; Takahata et al.
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The Japanese Macaques by Juichi Yamagiwa (auth.), Naofumi Nakagawa D.Sc, Masayuki Nakamichi Ph.D., Hideki Sugiura D.Sc (eds.)