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Laboratory and feral hybridization of ateles geoffroyi panamensis and ateles fusciceps robustus in panama



Laboratory and feral hybridization of ateles geoffroyi panamensis and ateles fusciceps robustus in panama



Primates 18(1): 235-237



A viable male progeny resulted from a 2-yr captive pairing of a male red spider monkey (A. g. panamensis) and a female black spider monkey (A. f. robustus). While the pelage colorations of the parental species were distinctive, the offspring was intermediate in appearance during maturation. Such hybridization apparently occurs naturally in Panama; 2 feral spider monkeys captured from an area of sympatry in the Province of Panama east of the Canal Zone, were characteristic of the laboratory cross.

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