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Providing the first detailed look at research on this underexplored species, it unveils what is currently known about the population of M. Spread throughout the book are boxed case studies that supplement the chapters and give a valuable insight into specific field studies on wild M. Powered by Koha. Account Login. Matric No. IC No. As mentioned, other areas in BNP are highly disturbed, such as the teak plantation, and this habitat did not prove suitable either Figures 2 and 3.

It is difficult to say if these habitats could be suitable if not heavily disturbed by human presence. This, does not fit our findings completely. Distance to roads still had the highest variable importance of the habitat variables we tested Figure 2. BNP management has raised concerns on the provisioning of macaques, yet has not implemented any measures to mitigate this provisioning.

We did not see any seasonality in human provisioning of macaques. Conducting the LTDS in other seasons and over several years, which we would have preferred would therefore not change the high variable importance of distance to roads. It could however, have reduced potential bias and provided knowledge on the seasonality in other habitats, as well as fluctuation over time. Our survey design took seasonality into consideration for density and abundance results, and as such this should not have an effect on these estimates.

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For our habitat suitability analysis Figure 3 however, we might have seen a slightly different map, and a different order of covariates in the variable importance graph. During the time of year, we conducted the survey, there were no water in the rivers in the park, and conducting the survey during high water availability would change the variable importance of rivers, as well as the habitats with fruiting trees, such as secondary forest. Our estimate of The effects of including both Baluran Mountain and correcting for natural flight distance are difficult to assess, yet mat not have been great due to the reciprocity of the two.

Kyes et al. Wiwied Widodo, personal communication, Our research shows that populations might be smaller than we think. We hope that employing the results from this study can assist in creating informed management decisions. BNP is simply experiencing an increased density in more resource abundant areas—the anthropogenic areas, as is characteristic of this species across much of their range Gumert et al.

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Wiratno for their support, and the Indonesian Ministry of Research and Technology for granting research permission. We also thank Kepala Balai Ir. Bambang Sukendro, and all the BNP rangers for their support and advice. We thank Innovation Fund Denmark project no. All authors have given the final approval and are accountable for all aspects of the work.

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The manuscript has not been published elsewhere. Figure S1. LTDS survey. Figure S2. PDS survey. Figure S3. The legend shows suitability ranging from high green to low light red. Table S1. Ratios are in relation to females for all sexes and age categories. Table S2. Encounter rate and detection probability from the line transect distance sampling survey. Table S3.

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Please review our Terms and Conditions of Use and check box below to share full-text version of article. Abstract Knowledge about distribution of primate species and their densities is crucial for conservation and management. Yet despite their apparent ubiquity across the region, there are striking gaps in our understanding of long-tailed macaque population ecology.

This timely volume, a key resource for primatologists, anthropologists and conservationists, underlines the urgent need for comprehensive population studies on common macaques. Providing the first detailed look at research on this underexplored species, it unveils what is currently known about the population of M.

Spread throughout the book are boxed case studies that supplement the chapters and give a valuable insight into specific field studies on wild M. Part III Ethnophoresy of longtailed macaques.