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IUCN Publication

Primates of West Africa : a field guide and natural history

West Africa, from the coast of Senegal to Lake Chad and Cameroon's Sanaga River, is home to 60 primate species and subspecies, 46 of which occur nowhere else. They range from the nocturnal angwantibo, pottos, and galagos, to the mangabeys, baboons, and the drill, to guenons and colobus monkeys.

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2011
IUCN Publication

Primates in peril : the world's 25 most endangered primates, 2008-2010

This report, compiled by 85 experts from across the world, reveals that nearly half of all primate species are now in danger of becoming extinct from destruction of tropical forests, illegal wildlife trade and commercial bushmeat hunting.

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2009
IUCN Publication

Regional action plan for the conservation of the Cross River Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli)

The Cross River gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli) is recognized by IUCN as Critically Endangered, and is the most threatened taxon of ape in Africa. Work during the last two decades has revealed that fewer than 300 Cross River gorillas may remain, spread across an area of about 12,000 km2.

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2007
Non IUCN Publication

Myth and reality in the rain forest : how conservation strategies are failing in West Africa

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1999
IUCN Publication

African primates : status survey and conservation action plan

Effective habitat conservation is essential if wild populations of primates are to survive.

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1996
Non IUCN Publication

Colobine monkeys : their ecology, behaviour and evolution

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1994
IUCN Publication

Action plan for African primate conservation : 1986-90

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1985
IUCN Grey Literature

Report on a pilot study of Colobus verus and other forest monkeys in Southern Sierra Leone with comments on conservation problems

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1980