Behie, Alison; Pavelka, Mary
Howler monkeys (Alouatta) are widely regarded as the most folivorous of the neotropical monkeys and the ability of howlers to live in a wide range of environments including highly disturbed forests has been linked to this ability. Generally categorized as energy minimizing folivores leaves comprise at least half and as much as 90 % of annual feeding time. All howler species also consume fruit; however, this amount is quite variable both within and between species, and across different months of...[Show more]
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