Old World monkeys

Old World monkeys

Order : Primates
Family : Cercopithecidae

 

Animals in the family Cercopithecidae

Allen's swamp monkey
Red-capped mangabey
Diana monkey
Red-bellied monkey
Blue monkey
De Brazza's monkey
Angolan colobus
Guereza
King colobus
Patas monkey
Gray-cheeked mangabey
Stump-tailed macaque
Assam macaque
Long-tailed macaque
Japanese macaque or snow monkey
Rhesus monkey
Bonnet macaque
Liontail macaque
Barbary macaque
Tonkean macaque
Mandrill
Proboscis monkey
Hamadryas baboon
Western red colobus
Douc langur
Hanuman langur
Gelada baboon
Javan langur
Dusky leaf monkey
Facts about the family Cercopithecidae, the Old World monkeys

(references)Non-English Usage: "Cercopithecidae" is also a word in the following language with English translations in parentheses.

15) Pathological features One outstanding feature of many Cercopithecidae is the presence of placental infarcts.

7) Uteroplacental circulation No specific studies are known to me but the probability of similarities to other cercopithecidae is great.

Cercopithecidae is the family in which the old world monkeys belong.

For Cercopithecidae is: 2/2, 1/1, 2/2, 3/3 = 32.

html Old world monkeys are found throughout tropical Africa and Asia.

OLD WORLD MONKEYS"OLD WORLD MONKEYS" is a plural of: old world monkey.

The family Cercopithecidae is characterized by 32 teeth and a nonprehensile tail, if present, and by a narrow septum between the nostrils.

The main classification of Old World monkeys is based on feeding habits, dividing the group into leaf-eaters and generalists.

The Old World monkeys are native to Africa and Asia.

The Red Colobus Monkey (genus Colobus, family Cercopithecidae) is one of the most endangered species of monkeys in the world.

The simian immunodeficiency virus, which naturally infects Old World monkeys, is less susceptible to the TRIM5-mediated block than is HIV-1, and this difference in susceptibility is due to the viral capsid.

The size range among the Old World monkeys is also substantial; fully grown talapoins, Cercopithecus talapoin, may weigh only about 2.

The taxonomy of the Old World monkeys is disputed, and the following list of 17 genera is non-authoritative and has not been placed in an order that reflects modern cladistic research.

Vertebrates The Old World monkeys are found in S Asia, with a few species as far N as Japan and N China, and in all of Africa except the deserts.

Cercopithecinae Most Old World monkeys are cercopithecines . (Full text)

Old World monkeys are found in which of the following environments? (Full text)

The Old World monkeys are native to Africa and Asia today, but are also known from Europe in the fossil record. (Wiki)

htmlOn a side note, Chordata refers to the existence of some form of back support, Vertebrata confirms that back support to be the backbone, Cercopithecidae is the family name for Old World monkeys. (Full text)

The Old World monkeys are found in S Asia, with a few species as far N as Japan and N China, and in all of Africa except the deserts. (Full text)

Monkeys) Geographic Distribution of the Catarrhines Old world monkeys are found throughout tropical Africa and Asia. (Full text)

Encyclopedia—monkeyOld World MonkeysThe Old World monkeys are found in S Asia, with a few species as far N as Japan and N China, and in all of Africa except the deserts. (Full text)

"Articles on Old World Monkeys" is a chapter from: Kreger, Michael D. (Full text)

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