Red Langur Monkey Publications

Members of our team (past and present) are highlighted in bold.

2018

Singh, M., Cheyne, S.M., Smith, D.A.E. 2018. How conspecific primates use their habitats: Surviving in an anthropogenically-disturbed forest in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Ecological Indicators 87: 167-177

 

2017

Wilcox, C.H., Supiansyah, Azis A., Zainuddin, J., Rahman., and Cheyne, S.M. 2017. Predator Mobbing and Interspecies Cooperation: An interaction between gibbons, langurs and a clouded leopard. Asian Primates Journal, 6(1): 20–26.

 

2014

Bersacola, E., Ehlers Smith, D.A., Sastramidjaja, W.J., Rayadin, Y. and Cheyne, S.M. 2014. Population density of Presbytis rubicunda in a small primary dipterocarp forest in East Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. Asian Primates Journal 4 (2): 16–26.

Ehlers Smith, D.A. 2014. Preliminary evidence for the hired guns hypothesis and indirect mate defense in a wild group of red langurs (Presbytis rubicunda) in Sabangau tropical peat-swamp forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. Asian Primates Journal 4 (2): 2–16.

Ehlers Smith, D.A. 2014. The effects of land-use policies on the conservation of Borneo’s endemic Presbytis monkeys. Biodiversity and Conservation 23: 891–908.

Hilser, H., Ehlers Smith, Y.C. and Ehlers Smith, D.A. 2014. Apparent mortality as a result of an elevated parasite load in Presbytis rubicunda. Folia Primatologica 85 (5): 265–276.

 

2013

Ehlers Smith, D.A. and Ehlers Smith, Y.C. 2013. Population Density of Red Langurs in Sabangau Tropical Peat-Swamp Forest, Central Kalimantan. American Journal of Primatology 75 (8): 837-847.

Ehlers-Smith, D.A., Ehlers-Smith, Y.C. and Cheyne, S.M. 2013. Home-range Use and Activity Patterns of the Red Langur (Presbytis Rubicunda) in Sabangau Tropical Peat-Swamp Forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. International Journal of Primatology 34 (5): 957-972.

Ehlers Smith, D.A., Husson, S.J., Ehlers Smith, Y.C. and Harrison, M.E. 2013. Feeding Ecology of Red Langurs in Sabangau Tropical Peat‐Swamp Forest, Indonesian Borneo: Extreme Granivory in a Non‐Masting Forest. American Journal of Primatology 75 (8): 848-859.

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