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spider monkey

1. any of several arboreal New World monkeys of the genus Ateles, of Central and South America, having very long legs, a long prehensile tail, and a small head
2. woolly spider monkey a rare related monkey, Brachyteles arachnoides, of SE Brazil
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Los generos bacterianos mas prevalentes en los monos Ateles, Callicebus y Lagothrix que viven en semicautiverio en un centro de rescate en los departamentos de San Martin y Loreto, Peru, fueron Escherichia con 42.
On 27 July 2015, an Ateles geoffroyi was observed and photographed in captivity in Catacamas, Olancho, Honduras.
By combining IFS Applications with e-commerce software from Ateles and store solutions from Centric we will deliver prepackaged retail solutions that will help growing companies improve key capabilities like payment and assortment planning while improving overall process effectiveness and profitability, said Anders Carlsson, CEO of Pro4u Business System.
Los generos Ateles y Alouatta poseen una cabeza superficial y una cabeza profunda que se originan en la superficie craneo-medial y craneal del epicondilo medial del humero, respectivamente (YOULATUS, 2000).
2] for the six species of diurnal primates at his site, which included Lagothrix lugens, Ateles belzebuth and Alouatta seniculus--a syntopic array of three large species of considerable biomass, which this author has never personally observed in eastern Colombia.
Comunicacion vocal en un grupo de Ateles fusciceps robustus en cautiverio.
13 Mico o Mono Arana Ateles geoffroyi Kuhl 14 Mono Aullador o Saraguato Alouatta palliata Gray 15 Loro corona blanca Pionus senilis Spix 16 Perdiz mancolola Tinamus major Gmelin 17 Paloma Claravis pretiosa Ferrari-Perez 18 Cabro Mazama americana Erxleben 19 Mapache Procyon lotor Linnaeus 20 Tucan Ramphastos sulfuratus Lesson 21 Ardilla Sciurus aureogaster F.
Jairo Munoz (Mexico) Chronoecology of neotropical primates: the spider monkey ateles geoffroyi.
Aristoteles describe frecuentemente al nino como incompleto o inmaduro con la palabra griega ateles, en contraste con el hombre adulto que es telos.
Ateles fusciceps, Cebus albifrons, Cebus apella, Cebus capucinus, Saimiri sciureus, Ateles hybridus, Lagothrix lagotricha, Saguinus oedipus y Saguinus leucopus.
Las especies de primates Ateles paniscus, Cebus albifrons y Saguinus leucopus, fueron las que presentaron mayor reactividad.