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This is a long list of publications by the NPRG's members, mostly in collaboration with other members of the group. It is aimed to be as complete, as possible. However, if you cannot find an important reference, please contact the web-adminstrator!

(In the near future I hope to include links to short abstracts for each publication.)

For more primate-related topics, please also take a look at the Tess-Lemmon Library of the Primate Society of Great Britain.

ALTMANN, J.; ALBERTS, S.; COOTE, T.; DUBACH, J.; GEFFEN, E.; HAINES, S.A.; WAYNE, R.K.; MURUTHI, P. and BRUFORD, M.W. (1996) Behaviour predicts genetic structure in a wild primate group. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 93: 5797-5801.

AMBROSE, L. (1996). An investigation of the galago species present in Tai National Park, Ivory Coast, with special reference to vocal analysis. Report to the Centre Suisse de Rescherches Scientifique. 11 pp.

AMBROSE, L. (1999). Nocturnal diversity in west and central Africa: The use of acoustic analysis. Ph.D. Thesis, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford. In preparation

ANDERSON, M. J. (1998a). Comparative morphology and speciation in galagos. (Proceedings of the International Conference on the Biology and Conservation of Prosimians, Chester, Sept. 1995) Folia Primatologica

ANDERSON, M.J. (1998b). The use of hand morphology in the taxonomy of the galagos. Primate Society of Great Britain Conference, New Perspectives on Nocturnal Primates, London, December 1997 Primate Eye 63: 28

BARRATT, E.M.; DEAVILLE, R., BURLAND, T.M.; BRUFORD, M.W.; JONES, G.; RACEY, P.A and WAYNE, R.K. (1997) DNA answers the call for pipistrelle bat species. Nature 387:138-139.

BAYES, M. K. (1995) A molecular evolutionary and population genetic study of galagos. MPhil-PhD Transfer Report, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford. 33 pp.

BAYES, M.K. (1998). A molecular phylogenetic study of the galagos, Strepsirhine Primates and Arcontan Mammals. Ph.D. Thesis, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford

BEARDER, S.K. (1974). Aspects of the behaviour and ecology of the thick-tailed bushbaby Galago crassicaudatus. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

BEARDER, S.K. & HONESS, P.E. (1990). The distribution and status of Galagos in Tanzania, July/August 1990. Unpublished report to the Boise Fund, Oxford

BEARDER, S. K. (1995). The Nocturnal Primate Research Group. Research Forum,

BEARDER, S.K., HONESS, P.E and AMBROSE, L. (1995). Species diversity among galagos with special reference to mate recognition. In Altman, L., Izard, M.K. and Doyle, G.A. (eds.), Creature of the Dark: The Nocturnal Prosimians. Plenum Press, New York. pp 331-352

BEARDER, S.K. (1995). An embarrassment of bushbabies. Lifewatch, Winter 1995: 12-13. (The Zoological Society of London).

BEARDER, S.K.(1995). Calls of the wild. Natural History, 8/95: 48-57

BEARDER, S. K. (1996). Bushbabies. In M G Mills (ed.) Complete Book of Southern African Mammals. Struik Publishers: Cape Town. In Press.

BEARDER, S. K. (1996). Bushbabies. In P. Apps (ed.) Land Mammals of Southern Africa. Southern Books: Pretoria. In Press.

BEARDER, S. K. (1996). Calls of the wild. Africa Environment and Wildlife, 4 (2): 34-41.

BEARDER, S. K. (1996). Prosimians. In Poole, T B (ed.) The UFAW Handbook on the Care and Management of Laboratory Animals. Blackwells: Oxford. In Press.

BEARDER, S. K., HONESS, P. E., AMBROSE, L., ANDERSON, M. & BAYES, M. K. (1996). Assessing African Primate Diversity - a call for help. African Primates (IUCN Specialist Group). In Press.

BEARDER, S.K. (1998). Physical and social diversity among nocturnal primates: A new view based on long term research, submitted to Primates, (10.1998)

BECKER, M. L., WATSON, S. L., WARD, J. P. (1999). Mirror-directed social behaviors of Garnett's Greater Bushbaby (Otolemur garnettii). International Journal of Primatology, 20(5), 633-650.

BOURKE, A.F.G.; GREEN, H.A.A and BRUFORD, M.W. (1997) Parentage, reproductive skew and queen turnover in a multiple-queen ant analyzed with microsatellites. Proc. R. Soc Lond. B. 264: 277-283. 

BURGESS, N. D., COCKLE, A., KOCK, D., HONESS, P. E., FITZGIBBON, C. AND JENKINS, P. (1996). Mammals. In BURGESS, N D (ed.) Coastal Forests of East Africa. Cambridge University Press. In Press. 

BUTYNSKI, T.M. 1997. African primates: The species and the IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group network. Primate Conservation 17: 87-100. 

BUTYNSKI, T.M., ERHARDT, C.L. & STRUHSAKER, T.T. 1998. Notes on two dwarf galagos (Galagoides udzungwensis and Galagoides orinus) in the Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania. Primate Conservation 18: 69-75. 

BUTYNSKI, T.M. & KALINA, J. 1998. Gorilla tourism: A critical look. Pages 294-313 in E.J. Gulland-Milner & R. Mace, Eds. Conservation of Biological Resources. Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Oxford. 

BUTYNSKI, T.M. & KALINA, J. 1998. Is gorilla tourism sustainable? Gorilla Journal 16: 15-19.

BUTYNSKI, T.M., SCHAAF, C.D. & HEARN, G.W. In press. Status and conservation of duikers and other ungulates on Bioko Island (Fernando Poo), Equatorial Guinea. In: Duikers and Rainforests of Africa, V. Wilson (ed.). 

BUTYNSKI, T.M. With editors. Africa's great apes: An overview of current taxonomy, distribution, numbers, conservation status, and threats. In: M. Hutchins & T. Stoinski, Eds. Title not yet decided. Smithsonian Institute Press.

CHARLES-DOMINIQUE, P. & BEARDER, S.K. (1979). Field studies of lorisid behaviour: Methodological aspects. In, Doyle, G.A. & Martin, R.D. (eds.): Prosimian behaviour, Academic press, London

CHARLES-DOMINIQUE, P. (1974). Ecology and feeding behaviour of five sympatric lorisids in Gabon. In, Martin, R.D., Doyle, G.A. and Walker, A.C. (eds.), Prosimian Biology. Duckworth, London

CIOFI, C. and BRUFORD, M.W. (1998) Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in the Komodo dragon Varanus komodoensis. Mol. Ecol 134-136. 

COOTE, T. and BRUFORD, M.W. (1996) A set of human microsatellites amplify polymorphic markers in Old World Apes and Monkeys. J. Hered. 87: 406-410. 

DIXSON, A.F. (1989). Effects of sexual selection upon the genitalia and copulatory behaviour in male primates. International Journal of Primatology, 10: 47-55

DIXSON, A.F. and VAN HORN, R.N. (1977). Comparative studies of morphology and reproduction in two subspecies of the greater bushbaby, Galago crassicaudatus crassicaudatus and G. c. argentatus. Journal of Zoology. 183: 517-526

FAULKES, C.G.; ABBOTT, D.H.; O'BRIEN, H.P.; LAU, L.; ROY, M.S.; WAYNE, R.K. and BRUFORD, MW. (1997) Micro- and macro geographic genetic structure of colonies of naked mole-rats, Heterocephalus glaber. Mol. Ecol. 6: 615-628. 

FAULKES, C.G.; BENNETT, N.C.; BRUFORD, M.W.; O'BRIEN, H.P.; AGUILAR, G.H. and JARVIS, J.U.M. (1997) Ecological constraints drive social evolution in African mole-rats. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 264: 1619-1627. 

HARCOURT, C.S. (1986).The behaviour and ecology of galagos in Kenyan coastal forests. unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

HARCOURT, C.S. and BEARDER, S.K. (1989). A comparison of Galago moholi in South Africa with Galago zanzibaricus in Kenya. International Journal of Primatology 10 (1): 35-45

HARCOURT, C.S. and NASH, L.T. (1986b) Species differences in substrate use and diet between sympatric galagos in two Kenyan coastal forests, Primates 27 (1): 41-52

HONESS, P. E. (1996). New primatological discoveries in Tanzania. Social Biology and Human Affairs. In Press.

HONESS, P.E.(1995). Speciation among Galagos (Primates, Galagidae) in Tanzania forests. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Oxford Brookes University

JENKINS, P.D. (1987). A catalogue of Primates in the British Museum (Natural History), Part IV. British Museum of Natural History, London

JORDAN, W.C. and BRUFORD, M.W. (1998) Mate choice and the MHC. Heredity 81:127-133. 

KARP, A., EDWARDS, K.J., BRUFORD, M.W. et al (1997) Molecular technologies for biodiversity evaluation: opportunities and challenges. Nature Biotech. 15: 625-628. 

MARTIN, P. and BATESON, P. (1993, 2nd Ed.). Measuring Behaviour, An introductory guide, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

MASTERS, J.C. (1986). Geographic distributions of karyotypes and morphotypes within the greater galagines. Folia Primatologica 46: 127-141

MASTERS, J.C. (1988). Speciation in the greater galagos (Prosimii: Galaginae): review and synthesis. Biological Journal of the Linneaen Society 34: 149-174

MASTERS, J.C. (1991). Loud calls of Galago crassicaudatus and G. garnettii and their relation to habitat structure. Primates 32: 153-167.

NASH, L.T., BEARDER, S.K. & OLSEN, T. (1989). Synopsis of Galago species characteristics. International Journal of Primatology, 10 (1): Pp. 57-80

NEKARIS, KAI. 1999. The diet of the slender loris (Loris tardigradus lydekkerianus) in Dindigul, South India. Abstract. American journal of Physical Anthropology Supp. 28:209. 

NEKARIS, KAI. 1997. Abstract. A preliminary survey of the slender loris (Loris tardigradus) in South India. American journal of Physical Anthropology Supp. 24: 176-177. 

OLSON, T.R. (1979). Studies on aspects of the morphology and systematics of the genus Otolemur Coquerel, 1859 (Primates: Galagidae). Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of London, London

O'RYAN, C; HARLEY, EH; BRUFORD, MW; BEAUMONT, MA; WAYNE, RK; CHERRY, MI. (1998) Microsatellite analysis of genetic diversity in fragmented South African buffalo populations. Anim Cons. 1: 124-131.

PATTERSON, H.E.H. (1985). The recognition concept of species. In Vrba. E.S. (ed.), Species and Speciation, Transvaal Museum Monograph No. 4., Transvaal Museum, Pretoria.

PETTER, J-J. and CHARLES-DOMINIQUE, P. (1979) Vocal communication in prosimians. In: The study of Prosimian Behaviour.

PLESNER JENSEN, S. & HONESS, P. E. (1995). The influence of moonlight on vegetation height preferences and trapability of small mammals. Mammalia, 59: 35

PULLEN, S. (still with referees) Preliminary Observations on sexual behaviour and the mating system in free-ranging Lesser Galagos (Galago moholi). American Journal of Primatology

RASMUSSEN, DT and NEKARIS, KAI. 1998. The Evolutionary History of the Lorisiform Primates. Folia Primatologica. 69 (sup. 1): 250-287.

ROWE, N. (1996). The pictorial guide to the living primates. Pogonias Press, New York

SACCHERI, IJ, NICHOLS, RA, BRUFORD, MW and BRAKEFIELD, PM. Estimation of inbreeding from genetic markers in bottlenecked populations of a butterfly: cryptic selection generates additional inbreeding. (1999) Genetics, Vol.151, 1053-1063. 

SMITH, T.B., WAYNE, R.K., GIRMAN, D.J. and BRUFORD, M.W. (1997) A role for ecotones in generating rainforest biodiversity. Science 276: 1855-1857. 

SNOWDON, C.T. and HODUN, A. (1981). Acoustic adaptations in pygmy marmoset contact calls: Locational cues vary with distance between conspecifics. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 9: 295-300

STANYON, R., WIENBERG, J., SIMONS, E.L. and IZARD, M.K. (1992). A third karyotype for Galago demidovii suggests the existence of multiple species. Folia Primatologia 59: 33-38

TANDY, J.M. (1974). Behaviour and social structure in a laboratory colony of Galago crassicaudatus. In: Martin, R.D., Doyle, G.A., Walker, A.C. (eds.) Prosimian Biology, Duckworth, London

TANDY, J.M. (1976). Communication in Galago crassicaudatus. Primates, 17: 513-526

WASER, P.M. and WASER, M.S. (1977). Experimental studies of primate vocalisation: specialisations of-long distance propagation. Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie, 43: 239-263

WELKER, CH. and SCHÄFER-WITT, C. (1986). Comparative studies on the behaviour of Galago crassicaudatus and Galago garnettii in captivity. Primate Report 215

WICKINGS E J, AMBROSE, L & BEARDER, S.K. (1996). Sympatric populations of Galagoides demidoff and G. thomasi in the Haut Ogooue Region of Gabon. Folia Primatologica (In Press).

ZIMMERMANN, E. (1990). Differentiation of vocalisations in bushbabies (Galaginae, Prosimiae, Primates) and the significance for assessing phylogenetic relationships. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolution 28: 217-239

ZIMMERMANN, E., BEARDER, S.K., DOYLE and G.A., ANDERSSON, A.B. (1988). Variation in vocal patterns of Senegal and South African lesser bushbabies and their implications for taxonomic relationships. Folia Primatologica 51: 87-105