Consumo de la corteza de Albizia niopoides (Mimosaceae) por Sapajus cay Illiger, 1815 (Cebidae: Primates) en el fragmento de bosque atlántico de Rancho Laguna Blanca en el este Paraguay
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Smith, R. L., & Payne, C. J. (2017). Consumo de la corteza de Albizia niopoides (Mimosaceae) por Sapajus cay Illiger, 1815 (Cebidae: Primates) en el fragmento de bosque atlántico de Rancho Laguna Blanca en el este Paraguay. Mammalogy Notes, 4(1), 7-9. https://doi.org/10.47603/manovol4n1.7-9
Recibido 2019-09-27
Publicado 2017-01-15

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La mayoría de los informes de automedicación en capuchinos se centran en los comportamientos de frotar el pelaje (Fragaszy et al., 2004; Paukner & Suomi, 2012; Meuner et al., 2008). Aquí, informamos sobre observaciones de capuchinos encapuchados en Rancho Laguna Blanca (RLB), alimentándose de la corteza del árbol Albizia niopoides (Mimosaceae), un posible caso de automedicación.

https://doi.org/10.47603/manovol4n1.7-9
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