BIBLIOGRAPHY: Primates in Print

Science  08 Mar 2002:
Vol. 295, Issue 5561, pp. 1799d
DOI: 10.1126/science.295.5561.1799d

Need to find the most recent studies on the social life of the Philippine tarsier, a bug-eyed, spindly-fingered primate dwelling in that country's tropical rainforests? How about Jane Goodall's early papers on nest building in wild chimpanzees? Clamber over to PrimateLit, a well-stocked bibliography of primate books, papers, reports, abstracts, and dissertations hosted by the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Each record in this virtual card catalog provides the basic citation info and allows you to easily locate other works by the same author or covering the same subject, geographical area, species, or taxonomic group. You can search the latest entries or prowl the “ancient” literature, which extends back to 1940.

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