Coimbra Filho's titi | Callicebus coimbrai Kobayashi and Langguth, 1999
A new species of titi monkey, Catticebus, is described based on five specimens obtained from the state of Sergipe, north-eastern Brazil. It is a member of the Personatus group, but is easily distinguished from the other forms. The most noticeable differences are in the pelage coloration, the forehead, crown, and ear being black, and having a zebra-like, striped pattern on the anterior half of the back. Distinct features of its dental morphology and craniometry are also described.
Keywords : Callicebus; Cebidae; new species; Personatus group; north-eastern Brazil.
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KOBAYASHI, Shuji and LANGGUTH, Alfredo. 1999. A new species of titi monkey, Callicebus Thomas, from north-eastern Brazil (Primates, Cebidae). Rev. Bras. Zool. 6 (2): 531-551.
2006: Preliminary Evaluation of the Conservation Status of Callicebus coimbrai Kobayashi & Langguth, 1999 in the Brazilian State of Sergipe: DOI: 10.1896/0898-618.104.22.168
2010: Habitat use by Callicebus coimbrai (Primates: Pitheciidae) and sympatric species in the fragmented landscape of the Atlantic Forest of southern Sergipe, Brazil: DOI: 10.1590/S1984-46702010000600003
2011: Population parameters of the endangered titi monkey, Callicebus coimbrai Kobayashi & Langguth, 1999 , in the fragmented landscape of southern Sergipe, Brazil. DOI: 10.1590/S1519-69842011000400001