By Jean-Baptiste Leca, Michael A. Huffman, Paul L. Vasey
The Arashiyama team of eastern macaques holds a individual position in primatology as one of many longest constantly studied non-human primate populations on the planet. The ensuing long term information offer a different source for researchers, permitting them to circulation past cross-sectional experiences to take on better matters related to person, matrilineal and crew histories. This e-book provides an summary of the scope and importance of analysis themes and administration efforts which have been carried out in this inhabitants for a number of a long time, overlaying not just the unique troop residing round Kyoto, Japan, but additionally the 2 subgroups that have been translocated to Texas, united states and Montreal, Canada. The chapters surround themes together with existence historical past, sexual, social and cultural behaviour and ecology, giving an perception into the variety of present primatological study. The members underscore the old price of the Arashiyama macaques and exhibit new and critical learn findings that spotlight their carrying on with value to primatology.
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5 kg (Hazama, 1964). 1). He was quite habituated to human observers. The central females – Tokiwa, Nose, Kojiwa, Cooper – and their families stayed around Zao but kept their distance from him on the feeding grounds. When infants came near to Zao, their mothers immediately pulled them back. The second-ranking male – Gongen – had already disappeared before I started my intensive study at Arashiyama. In contrast, Lincoln, now the second-ranking male, was nearly 18 kg (Hazama, 1964) and older than Zao (15–20 years).
The first fission was in early 1978. A 14-member splinter group (C troop) was formed by 12 members of the Kusha kin-group and two adult peripheral males who joined them. They were subsequently captured and sent to the Choju City Zoo in southern South Korea. In May 1978 a second splinter group of approximately 28 members was recognised by the park staff. Fifteen of these were selected and sent to the Kaibara Family Land, an amusement park in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. In 1981, a small number of monkeys, not the product of natural troop fission, were transferred from Arashiyama to the Primate Research Institute of Kyoto University for breeding purposes.
Without the Asaba family’s continued dedication, this would not be possible. 2 Arashiyama West troop in Texas In 1966, the original Arashiyama troop had grown to 163, at which time it fissioned. The resulting two groups were named the Arashiyama A and B troops. A by-product of the joint research project of Motoyoshi and Emlen was the relocation of Arashiyama A troop to the USA. A group of prominent American primatologists (including Clarence R. Carpenter, Carl B. 1. Iwatayama Monkey Park, Arashiyama-Kyoto site, Japan.
The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain: 60 Years of Primatological Research on the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama by Jean-Baptiste Leca, Michael A. Huffman, Paul L. Vasey