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HTML Document Lemurs of Madagascar - third edition - Tropical Field Guide Series

3e édition de série de guide des lémuriens de Madagascar éditée en 2010 en version anglaise

Release date 03/01/2012
Geographical coverage Madagascar
Keywords CDB,Biodiversité,Lémuriens,

Auteurs : Russell A. Mittermeier, Edward E. Louis Jr., Matthew Richardson, Christoph Schwitzer, Olivier Langrand, Anthony B. Rylands, Frank Hawkins, Serge Rajaobelina, Jonah Ratsimbazafy, Rodin Rasoloarison, Christian Roos, Peter M. Kappeler, James Mackinnon

Illustration : Stephen D. Nash

Edition de photo et mise en page : Paula K. Rylands

Copyright 2010 par Conservation International

SOMMAIRE

Introduction

How to use this field guide

Chapter 1 : Madagascar's ancient geological history

Chapter 2 : Origin of the Lemurs

Chapter 3 : The extinct Lemurs

Chapter 4 : Discovery and study of the living lemurs

Chapter 5 : Conservation of Lemurs

Chapter 6 : Living Lemurs

Chapter 7 : Family Cheirogaleidae
Microcebus : Mouse Lemurs
Mirza : Giant Mouse Lemurs
Allocebus : Hairy-eared dwarf Lemurs
Cheirogaleus : Dwarf Lemurs
Phaner : Fork-marked Lemurs

Chapter 8 : Family Lepilemuridae
Lepilemur : Sportive Lemurs

Chapter 9 : Family Lemuridae
Hapalemur : Bamboo or gentle Lemurs
Prolemur : Greater Bamboo Lemur
Lemur : Ring-tailed Lemur
Eulemur : True Lemurs
Varecia : Ruffed Lemurs

Chapter 10 : Family Indriidae
Avahi : Woolly Lemurs
Propithecus : Sifakas or Simponas
Indri : Indri or Babakoto

Chapter 11 : Family Daubentoniidae
Daubentonia : Aye-aye

Appendix A : Maps of Madagascar

Appendix B : Biogeographic Regions and Floristic Domains of Madagascar

Appendix C : Key Lemur watching Sites in Madagascar

Appendix D : Primate-watching and Primate Life-listing

References

Lemur Life-list

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