The Twenty-nineth ASP Meeting Scientific Program

  Wednesday, August 16, 2006 : Day One
  01:00 PM-05:00 PM: Standing Committee Meetings (Bowie A)
  01:00 PM Education
  01:00 PM Membership and Finance
  01:00 PM Program
  01:00 PM Awards and Recognition
  01:00 PM Publications
  01:00 PM Research and Development
  01:00 PM Conservation
  01:00 PM-06:00 PM: Registration, Exhibitor and Silent Auction Setup (Regency West 1/3 )
  07:00 PM-10:00 PM: Opening Reception (Rio Grande Ballroom)
  Thursday, August 17, 2006 : Day Two
  06:30 AM-08:00 AM: Past President's Breakfast (Medina)
  08:00 AM-08:15 AM: Welcome and Opening Remarks (Regency Center 1/3)
  08:15 AM-09:15 AM: The causation, ontogeny, adaptive function, and evolution of maternal attachment in primates: Dario Maestripieri (Regency Center 1/3)
Keynote Speaker  [1]
  09:30 AM-11:45 PM: Session 1: Ecology (Regency East #1)
  09:30 AM Mating System and Costs of Infant Care across Neotropical Primate Taxa: A Bioenergetic Perspective

N. P. Rao[2]
  09:45 AM HOW DO ECOLOGICAL, DEMOGRAPHIC AND ANTHROPOGENIC FACTORS AFFECT HANUMAN LANGUR (Semnopithecus entellus) SOCIAL ORGANIZATION?

J. M. Kamilar, T. M. Franz, A. Koenig, C. Borries[3]
  10:00 AM THE ONTOGENY OF FORAGING SKILLS IN WILD BROWN CAPUCHINS (Cebus apella), RALEIGHVALLEN, SURINAME

N. Gunst, S. Boinski, D. Fragaszy[4]
  10:15 AM The Effect of Habitat Fragmentation on Golden-Headed Lion Tamarin Presence in Southern Bahia, Brazil

B. E. Raboy, N. A. Saraiva, N. Cardoso, L. G. Neves, G. R. Santos, J. Ballou, P. Leimgruber[5]
  10:30 AM Sex differences in the foraging ecology of squirrel monkeys in Eastern Amazonia, Brazil

A. I. Stone[6]
  10:45 AM Visual snake recognition in wild brown mouse lemurs (Microcebus rufus)

A. M. Deppe[7]
  11:00 AM Comparative Socioecology of Sympatiric, Free-ranging Bearded Sakis and White-faced Sakis in Brownsberg Natuurpark, Suriname

T. Gregory, M. A. Norconk[8]
  11:15 AM Characteristics and Use of Sleeping Sites by Golden Lion Tamarins

S. Hankerson, J. Dietz[9]
  11:30 AM BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS (Alouatta pigra) INHABITING EUCALYPTUS (Eucalyptus grandis) PLANTATIONS IN TABASCO, MÉXICO: HABITAT USE AND QUESTIONS TO ANSWER

J. Serio-Silva, G. Pozo-Montuy, Y. M. Bonilla-Sanchez[10]
  09:30 AM-12:15 AM: Session 2: Endocrine\Biomedical (Regency East #2)
  09:30 AM FUNCTIONAL IMAGING OF SOCIAL BONDING IN TITI MONKEYS (Callicebus cupreus).

K. L. Bales, W. A. Mason, S. R. Cherry, C. Catana, S. P. Mendoza[11]
  09:45 AM NEUROBIOLOGICAL SUBSTRATES OF A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEPRESSION AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN ADULT FEMALE CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS (Macaca fascicularis)

C. A. Shively, T. C. Register, D. P. Friedman, H. D. Gage, M. C. Bounds, T. B. Clarkson[12]
  10:00 AM OCCURRENCE OF FLOATING LIMB BEHAVIOR IN PIGTAIL MACAQUES (Macaca nemestrina) DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS

E. K. Skoumbourdis, J. L. Weed[13]
  10:15 AM Rate of floating limb activity at WaNPRC varies by sex, age, project assignment, and, in Macaca nemestrina, by origin

K. L. Bentson, R. U. Bellanca, C. M. Crockett[14]
  10:45 AM Use of Biomarkers to Predict Disease in Captive Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

D. R. Lee, J. J. Ely[16]
  11:00 AM STRESS AND PAIRING STATUS AFFECT CORTISOL AND VASOPRESSIN, BUT NOT OXYTOCIN, IN TITI MONKEYS (Callicebus cupreus).

K. L. Bales, C. M. Hostetler, S. P. Mendoza[17]
  11:15 AM Monkeys and the Postmenopausal Hormone Therapy Conundrum

J. R. Kaplan, M. R. Adams, T. B. Clarkson[18]
  11:30 AM Rates of Osteopenia and Osteoporosis in Female Baboons (Papio hamadryas) from a Pedigreed Breeding Colony

L. M. Havill, S. M. Levine, M. C. Mahaney[19]
  11:45 AM Expression and function of corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) in anthropoid primate placenta.

M. L. Power, M. E. Bowman, R. Smith, D. G. Layne, T. E. Ziegler, S. D. Tardif, J. Schulkin[20]
  09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 3: Gerry Ruppenthal: A Tribute to the Gadets, Lives, and Ideas of "The Unsung Hero" (Regency East #3)  [22]
  09:30 AM Behavior From a Behavioral Perspective

L. Rosenblum[23]
          Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
  Ruppenthal Symposium, Gadgets from the Past: Where are they Now? The “RUPERCH”

C. Kenney, G. Ruppenthal, M. Novak[30]
  Ruppenthal Symposium, Gadgets from the Past: Where are they Now? The Feeding Apparatus

R. Warren[31]
  Ruppenthal Symposium, Gadgets from the Past: Where are they now? Surrogates

C. Ferrier[32]
  Ruppenthal Symposium, Gadgets from the Past: Where Are They Now? Nuclear Family Caging

M. K. Unkefer[33]
  Ruppenthal Symposium, Gadgets from the Past: Where are they Now? The SELF-SELECTION CIRCUS

S. Ward[34]
  09:50 AM Fishing the Brule for fun and science

G. R. Lubach[24]
  10:10 AM Gerald C Ruppenthal’S Contributions to the Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates

M. Novak[25]
  10:30 AM Gerald C. Ruppenthal's Motherless Mothers Research

S. J. Suomi[26]
  10:50 AM GERRY, ME, AND THE BABY (IPRL) MAKES THREE

G. Sackett[27]
  11:10 AM Sources of variation in milk composition in captive rhesus macaques from two study populations (Macaca mulatta)

K. Hinde[28]
  11:30 AM Miracle Max: The Phenomenal Outcomes of the Infant Monkey Miracle-Worker

A. M. Dettmer[29]
  12:00 PM-01:00 PM: American Journal of Primatology Editorial Board Lunchen (Medina)
  01:30 PM-02:30 PM: The Primary Role of Primates in Comparative Psychology -- Revisited: Duane M. Rumbaugh (Regency Center 1/3)
Distinguished Primatologist Award Address  [35]
  02:45 PM-05:30 PM: Session 4: THE NATIONAL PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTERS: NOW AND INTO THE FUTURE: Steven Schapiro (Regency East #1)  [36]
  02:45 PM-05:00 PM: Session 5: Captive Breeding & Enrichment (Regency East #2)
  02:45 PM Social Group Influences on Female Estrus Cycling in Captive Chimpanzees at the Primate Foundation of Arizona (PFA)

E. N. Videan, J. Fritz[37]
  03:00 PM Cross-sectional study of the behavioral development of young male chimpanzees in twenty zoos

M. A. Bloomsmith, S. R. Ross, T. Bettinger, A. W. Clay, U. Anderson[38]
  03:15 PM Canine Modification in Captive Macaques: a review of blunting, cutting and extraction procedures

C. S. Coke, J. M. Coke[39]
  03:30 PM Prevalence and severity of limb malformations in the Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) of Awaji Island

S. E. Turner, L. M. Fedigan[40]
  03:45 PM Factors affecting seasonality of reproduction in captive squirrel monkeys (SAIMIRI SCIUERIUS)

H. S. Trevino[41]
  04:00 PM Demographic Aspects of Reproductive Success in Captive Goeldi’s Monkeys

K. B. Nuss[42]
  04:15 PM Failure rates for first pregnancy in captive adolescent female baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis)

T. M. Mueller[43]
  04:30 PM Litter size effects on differential placental tissue compartmentalization in Common Marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)

J. Rutherford Goehl, S. D. Tardif[44]
  02:45 PM-05:15 PM: Session 6: Learning & Cognition (Regency East #3)
  02:45 PM The use of two different tools in series in captive rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

C. Metevier, K. M. Stonemetz, M. A. Novak[46]
  03:00 PM COMPARING INFANT PIG-TAILED MACAQUE (MACACA NEMESTRINA) PERFORMANCE ON COMPUTER ADMINISTERED COGNITIVE TESTS TO PERFORMANCE NORMS ESTABLISHED IN THE WISCONSIN GENERAL TESTING APPARATUS

D. J. Mandell[47]
  03:15 PM Motor Planning in Rhesus Macaques as Measured by Grip Selection

E. L. Nelson, M. A. Novak[48]
  03:30 PM HANDLING AND EMOTIONALITY DURING COGNITIVE TESTING ON INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS (M. mulatta): OBJECT PERMANENCE AND THE WISCONSIN GENERAL TESTING APPARATUS (WGTA)

M. K. Unkefer, C. I. Kenney, H. K. Sidhu, A. M. Ruggiero, C. K. Lutz, S. J. Suomi, M. S. Novak[49]
  03:45 PM ESTIMATION OF NUMEROSITIES BY A ZOO-HOUSED ORANGUTAN (Pongo abelii) IN A MATCHING TASK

J. Vonk[50]
  04:00 PM The link between hand preference, response to novelty, and fearfulness in captive marmosets (CALLITHRIX GEOFFROYI)

S. N. Braccini, N. G. Caine[51]
  04:15 PM A chimpanzee as a traveling salesman's director

C. R. Menzel, J. W. Kelley, S. A. Hunsberger, B. Chan, E. W. Menzel[52]
  04:30 PM ELDERLY RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta) USE DIFFERENT STRATEGIES TO SOLVE INVISIBLE DISPLACEMENT TASKS WITH VARYING AMOUNTS OF VISUAL INFORMATION

P. K. Prunty, M. A. Novak[53]
  04:45 PM Auditory playback alone is insufficient to condition captive-reared cotton-top tamarins to mob a predator

M. W. Campbell, C. T. Snowdon[54]
  05:00 PM INTERACTIONS BETWEEN REWARD EXPECTATION AND SWEEPING ACROSS A LINEAR ARRAY OF DOTS IN AN AUTOMATED TOUCHSCREEN DRAWING TASK BY A CAPTIVE CAPUCHIN MONKEY (Cebus apella)

T. Jeyaraj, I. Iversen, K. A. Leighty, D. Fragaszy[55]
  05:00 PM-07:00 PM: ASP Executive Committee Meeting (Medina)
  06:00 PM-07:00 PM: Session 7: Survey of the Primates; A Gorilla's First Year; Tool Use by a Gibbon: Duane M. Rumbaugh (Regency East #1)  [56]
  07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 8: Poster Session (Regency West 1/3 )
          Biomedicine
  COMPARISON OF ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION BETWEEN YOUNGER AND OLDER ADOLESCENT RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta)

K. E. Iba, M. L. Schwandt, S. Tolbert, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[57]
  Menstrual cycles of rhesus monkeys undergoing calorie restriction

E. D. Hutz, S. Eisele, E. Manz, R. Colman, J. Kemnitz[58]
          Breeding/Reproduction
  Hair Loss and Replacement Cycles in Socially Housed, Pregnant, Rhesus Macaques

E. B. Davis, S. J. Suomi[59]
  Temperament correlates with paternity success in captive rhesus macaques

A. Maier, N. DeBolt Robertson, K. Coleman[60]
          Colony Management/Enrichment
  Methods for Successfully Pair Housing Adult Male Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)

D. M. Abney, J. L. Weed[61]
  Attempting to Reduce Regurgitation and Reingestion in a Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes): A Case Study Using Continuous Feeding Treatments

K. S. Struck, E. N. Videan, J. Fritz[62]
  ANIMAL-OPERATED FOLDABLE PERCH USAGE IN RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta)

C. Kenney, G. Ruppenthal, M. Novak, S. Suomi[63]
  EFFECTS OF LIGHT INTENSITY ON STEREOTYPIC AND SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR IN RHESUS MACAQUES

A. M. Dupuy, S. L. Watson, M. B. Fontenot[64]
  Circadian activity patterning in adolescent male cynomolgus monkeys

P. Pierre, A. J. Bennett[65]
  Venipuncture training using positive reinforcement training techniques: a comparison of chimpanzees and rhesus macaques

L. A. Pranger, A. Maier, K. Coleman, S. P. Lambeth, J. E. Perlman, E. Thiele, J. L. McMillan, S. J. Schapiro[66]
  Affiliative Behavior in Captive Rhesus Macaques as a Function of Infant Presence

N. Klepper-Kilgore[67]
          Conservation
  POPULATION SURVEY OF THE SULAWESI BLACK MACAQUES AT THE DUASUDARA NATURE RESERVE, NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA

S. Laatung, R. C. Kyes, A. Mardiastuti, J. Onibala[68]
  The effects of hunting on a primate community in the Peruvian Amazon

J. Chism, H. M. Matthews[69]
  POPULATION STRUCTURE OF BLACK HOWLERS (Alouatta pigra) AT DIFFERENT LAND USE SITES IN A HIGHLY ALTERED REGION IN BALANCAN, TABASCO, MEXICO.

G. Pozo-Montuy, J. C. Serio-Silva, Y. M. Bonilla-Sanchez[70]
          Demography/Population Studies
  Genetic structure of two populations of ALOUATTA CARAYA in continuous and fragmented habitats

M. M. Kowalewski, L. I. Oklander[71]
  Demographic Analysis and Forecast Modeling: A Case Study using the Rhesus Monkey Colony at Cayo Santiago

C. Akkoc, L. Williams, M. Gerald, E. Maldonado, J. Gonzalez-Martinez, E. N. Kraiselburd[72]
          Ecology
  Ecology of the White-Fronted Brown Lemur (Eulemur fulvus albifrons) in Betampona Natural Reserve, Madagascar.

C. Toborowsky, T. Andriaharimalala[73]
  ECOLOGY, BEHAVIOR, AND CONSERVATION STATUS OF THE WIED’S BLACK TUFTED-EAR MARMOSET (Callithrix kuhli)

B. E. Raboy, G. R. Canale, J. M. Dietz[74]
          Endocrinology
  Relationship between Behavior and Neurochemical Changes in Rhesus Macaques during a Separation Paradigm

S. Spinelli, M. Schwandt, K. Erickson, S. G. Lindell, J. Schulkin, P. Gold, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[75]
          Feeding/Nutrition
  Between a nut and a hard place: Use of sensory cues by brown capuchins (Cebus apella) in hard nut selection

K. A. Phillips, C. A. Buzzell, A. Cipollone, M. L. Maskulka, N. V. Morgan[76]
  Effects of individualized feeding on behavior in captive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis)

A. Poyas, T. Q. Bartlett, N. E. Schlabritz-Loutsevitch, C. Dudley, C. H. Nevill, P. W. Nathanielsz[77]
          Genetics
  Primate Genetics Research in Argentina

M. D. Mudry, M. S. Ascunce, M. Nieves, E. Steinberg, V. Fernandez, C. Sesarini, G. Solis, G. Zunino[78]
          Human Evolution/Anatomy/Growth
  Fatty acid profiles of anthropoid primate milk

L. A. Milligan, S. I. Rapoport, R. P. Bazinet[79]
          Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
  Maternal-Fetal Correlation: Circadian,Pharmacological,and Environmental Effects

G. Sackett, M. Novak, C. Kenney[80]
  Maternal Behavioral Interactions and Stress Reactivity in Infants of Differentially Reared Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta)

A. M. Ruggiero, P. G. Roma, M. L. Schwandt, J. D. Higley, S. J. Suomi[81]
  Individual differences in performance across object permanence and discrimination learning testing in infant rhesus macaques (M. mulatta).

H. K. Sidhu, M. K. Unkefer, C. I. Kenney, A. Ruggiero, S. J. Suomi, M. S. Novak[82]
  Psychological Challenges During Pregnancy Alters the Autocorrelation Structure of Cardiovascular Rhythms In Both the Mother and Fetus in Macaque Monkeys (Macaca)

M. L. Miller, M. S. Novak, C. I. Kenney, G. P. Sackett, R. A. Woodward, J. Bacher, S. J. Suomi[83]
  Behavioral assessment of a rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) infant and its pigtail macaque (Macaca nemestrina) surrogate mother following cross-species gestation

M. J. Weedman, K. C. Baker, K. M. Phillippi-Falkenstein, H. M. Kubisch[84]
          Learning/Cognition/Language
  SPECIES DIFFERENCES IN THE ACOUSTIC STRUCTURE OF ZZUSS ALARM VOCALIZATIONS OF SILKY SIFAKAS (Propithecus candidus) AND DIADEMED SIFAKAS (Propithecus diadema diadema).

J. D. Anderson, E. R. Patel, M. T. Irwin, M. J. Owren[85]
  Rearing is Not a Determinant of Chimpanzee Manual Laterality

A. Kocher, W. C. McGrew[86]
  Development of social gestures in chimpanzees

V. L. Maguire, K. A. Bard[87]
  OBJECT PERMANENCE AND SPATIAL MEMORY IN INFANT Macaca Nemestrina: FINDING A HIDDEN OBJECT AFTER A 24-HR DELAY

S. J. Unbehagen, S. E. Ward, D. J. Mandell, G. P. Sackett[88]
  Young rhesus monkeys (MACACA MULATTA) learn about cognitive tasks before they can perform them

M. L. Snyder, C. I. Kenney, M. K. Unkefer, A. M. Ruggiero, S. J. Suomi, M. S. Novak[89]
  Gesture handedness predicts asymmetry in the chimpanzee inferior frontal gyrus

J. P. Taglialatela, C. Cantalupo, W. D. Hopkins[90]
          Physiology/Immunology
  Self-control in a delay maintenance task by rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

T. A. Evans, M. J. Beran[91]
  True colors: the relationship between age and sexual skin color in Macaca mulatta$

J. Danzy[92]
          Research Methods
  A Review and Evaluation of Personality Studies in Non-Human Primates

H. D. Freeman, S. D. Gosling[93]
  A Behavioral Method for Measuring Visual Acuity in Non-human Primates

C. C. Veilleux, K. Klymus, E. C. Kirk[94]
          Social Behavior
  Urine Washing and Sniffing in Wild White-faced Capuchins (Cebus capucinus): Testing Functional Hypotheses

F. A. Campos, J. H. Manson, S. Perry[95]
  MATRILINEAL MANIPULATIONS SURROUNDING POWER SHIFTS IN SOCIALLY HOUSED GROUPS OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

J. R. Raper, S. B. Stephens, K. Wallen[96]
  Concurrent Environmental Enrichment and Ethanol Consumption in Socially-Housed Rhesus Macaques

W. W. Flint, S. A. Chen, K. E. Iba, E. B. Davis, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[97]
  SOCIAL INTERACTIONS, DOMINANCE RANK, AND FREQUENCY OF WOUNDING IN A CAPTIVE BABOON COLONY (Papio hamadryas sp.)

L. D. Cox, E. J. Glover, J. K. Pecotte[98]
  Individual differences in temperament predict longitudinal stability of affiliative relationships in juvenile rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

T. Weinstein, J. P. Capitanio[99]
  The Effects of Old Age on Social Behavior in Female Captive Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

J. E. Davenport, E. N. Videan, J. Fritz[100]
  Friday, August 18, 2006 : Day Three
  08:00 AM-08:15 AM: Welcome and Opening Remarks (Regency Center 1/3)
  08:15 AM-09:15 AM: Hercules with a tail: A natural history of nut-cracking among the capuchin monkeys of southern Piauí, Brazil: Dorothy Fragaszy (Regency Center 1/3)
Featured Speaker  [101]
  09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 9: Working Safely with Nonhuman Primates: Patricia Turner (Regency East #1)  [102]
  09:30 AM Zoonoses of Nonhuman Primates Used in Research

D. A. Powell[103]
  10:10 AM The NIH Experience: A Decade of Diligence

P. J. McCarty[104]
  10:45 AM NHP Injury Trends at Research Facilities

M. M. Leland[105]
  11:20 AM Enhancing Safety While Refining Primate Care and Use Practices: Desensitization and Training

S. J. Schapiro[106]
  09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 10: Social Behavior (Regency East #2)
  09:30 AM Infanticide in Japanese macaques (MACACA FUSCATA): When does it occur?

K. Yamada, M. Nakamichi[107]
  09:45 AM Sex-biased inter- and intra-group social behavior in wild white-faced sakis (Pithecia pithecia), Brownsberg Nature Park, Suriname

C. L. Thompson, M. A. Norconk[108]
  10:00 AM EVIDENCE OF PREFERRED INTERACTION PARTNERS WITHIN GOLDEN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY (Rhinopithecus roxellana) SOCIAL UNITS

D. J. White[109]
  10:15 AM Social contexts of reunion displays in wild capuchins, Cebus nigritus.

J. W. Lynch Alfaro[110]
  10:30 AM Social support modulates the behavioral and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis response to maternal separation in infant rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

M. L. Schwandt, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[111]
  10:45 AM FEMALE RANK, PHYSICAL CONDITION, AND INFANT DEVELOPMENT: EVIDENCE FOR CONTEST COMPETITION IN A FEMALE DISPERSAL SPECIES

E. Larney, A. Koenig[112]
  11:00 AM The Many Measures of a Good Father: testing infant responsiveness inside and outside of the family

S. Zahed, S. L. Prudom, T. E. Ziegler[113]
  11:15 AM Grooming Serves Social Function in Sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi) in Kirindy Forest, Madagascar

R. J. Lewis, A. D. Gosselin-Ildari[114]
  11:30 AM Can face color look nice? Face coloration and heterosexual interactions in free-ranging male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) in the mating season.

M. S. Gerald, A. Accamando, A. Weiss, D. Seelig, J. Ayala[115]
  11:45 AM Demographics and ranging of floaters in socially monogamous owl monkeys (Aotus azarai)

E. Fernandez-Duque, A. Di Fiore, M. Rotundo, C. Juárez[116]
  09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 11: Second Annual Session Highlighting ASP-Sponsored Conservation Projects: Janette Wallis (Regency East #3)  [117]
  09:30 AM Introduction: Janettte Wallis
  09:40 AM APPEALING TO HEARTS AND MINDS: SILKY SIFAKA (PROPITHECUS CANDIDUS) CONSERVATION EDUCATION IN NORTH-EASTERN MADAGASCAR

E. R. Patel[118]
  10:10 AM The effects of forest fragmentation on the bearded saki monkey (Chiropotes sagulatus) in the Brazilian Amazon

S. A. Boyle, W. R. Spironello, A. T. Smith[119]
  10:40 AM INVESTIGATING PRIMATE COMMUNITY BIOMASS IN HUNTED VERSES NON-HUNTED REGIONS OF YASUNÍ NATIONAL PARK, EASTERN ECUADOR

A. M. Derby[120]
  11:10 AM Non-invasive Sampling of Mandrill and Drill Monkeys for Use in Genetic Analyses

W. D. Helenbrook, N. S. Wolcott, A. M. McMillan[121]
  11:40 AM Forest Fragment and Chimpanzee (PAN TROGLODYTES SCHWEINFURTHII) Conservation Education in Rural Uganda: Assessing the Effects on Children

T. Weldon, J. Devenport, J. Wallis[122]
  12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Session 12: Behavioral and clinical management of alopecia in nonhuman primates (Medina)
Lunchen Workshop  [123]
  01:30 PM-02:30 PM: American Society of Primatologists Founders’ Symposium: J Erwin (Regency Center 1/3)  [124]
  02:45 PM-05:15 PM: Session 13: The use of molecular genetics in behavior studies: J. Dee Higley (Regency East #1)  [125]
  02:45 PM INTRODUCTION J Rogers
  03:00 PM Effects of Maternal Genotype and Offspring Genotype on the Quality of the Mother-Infant Relationship in Vervet Monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops)

L. A. Fairbanks, S. Breidenthal, J. N. Bailey, M. J. Jorgensen[126]
  03:20 PM Multiple Novel DRD4 and TPH2 Polymorphisms in the Rhesus Macaque: Association with Impulsive and Aggressive Behavior?

T. K. Newman, J. R. Wendland, C. S. Barr, J. D. Higley, D. Goldman[127]
  03:40 PM Polymorphism in the serotonin transporter promoter and infectious disease

J. P. Capitanio, W. A. Mason, S. P. Mendoza, K. Abel, S. A. Blozis[128]
  04:00 PM Gene X Environment Interactions and Biobehavioral Development in Rhesus Monkeys and Other Macaques

S. J. Suomi[129]
  04:20 PM Break
  04:30 PM Genetic Links to Alcoholism in Nonhuman Primates

J. L. Cameron, J. D. Higley, J. Rogers, K. Abbott, H. Oostman, D. E. Williamson[130]
  04:50 PM The role of genetic polymorphisms in understanding the behavioral and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis responses of abused and non-abused rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) to novel stimuli

K. McCormack, A. P. Grand, T. K. Newman, D. Maestripieri, J. D. Higley, M. M. Sanchez[131]
  05:10 PM Early Adverse Experience Alters Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) Function of Rhesus Macaques: Effects of Serotonin Transporter Gene Variation and Sex.

M. M. Sanchez, T. K. Newman, J. D. Higley, P. M. Plotsky, C. B. Nemeroff, J. T. Winslow[132]
  05:30 PM POLYMORPHISMS IN STRESS PATHWAY GENES THAT INFLUENCE ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN STRESS- AND ALCOHOL-EXPOSED RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta): EVIDENCE FOR AN ALLOSTATIC SHIFT?

C. S. Barr, M. Gupte, T. K. Newman, S. G. Lindell, S. J. Suomi, D. Goldman, J. D. Higley[133]
  05:50 PM Concluding Remarks D. Higley
  02:45 PM-05:30 PM: Session 14: Social Behavior (Regency East #2)
  02:45 PM Alternative mating strategies in black and gold howler monkeys.

M. M. Kowalewski, P. A. Garber, G. E. Zunino[134]
  03:00 PM Sexual Coercion in a Female Dominant Primate

J. A. Parga, A. R. Henry[135]
  03:15 PM Grooming Reciprocity Among Female Baboons (Papio anubis anubis) Living in Laikipia, Kenya

R. E. Frank[136]
  03:30 PM HERITABLE RESPONSES TO A STANDARDIZED TEST IS RELATED TO SOCIAL GROUP BEHAVIOR IN CAPTIVE BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS SP.)

S. M. Ramirez, J. Rogers, E. Sosa, L. Brent[137]
  03:45 PM Ritualized affiliation associated with provisioning in Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana)

C. Ionica, C. Berman, J. Li[138]
  04:00 PM Variation in and constraints on group size in platyrrhines

M. A. Norconk, E. E. Henthorn, R. S. Meindl[139]
  04:15 PM FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FORMATION OF A LARGE CHIMPANZEE SOCIAL GROUP

A. Fultz, L. Brent, L. D. Panu[140]
  04:30 PM Affiliative preference stability across situation in juvenile rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)

T. Weinstein, J. P. Capitanio, W. A. Mason[141]
  04:45 PM Comparative social behavior of males and females in three genera of socially monogamous platyrrhines

A. Di Fiore, E. Fernandez-Duque, G. A. Carrillo, D. Hurst[142]
  05:00 PM Influence of female social hierarchy during introduction and assimilation of a new male in captive tufted capuchins (Cebus apella)

K. Laszlo, K. E. Miller, S. J. Suomi[143]
  05:15 PM The development of sexual behavior and first conception in free-ranging adolescent female rhesus monkeys

K. L. Robbins, M. S. Gerald, A. Ruiz Lambides, A. A. Accamando, S. J. Suomi[144]
  02:45 PM-05:15 PM: Session 15: Primate aging, cross-taxon perspectives: Sylvia Atsalis (Regency East #3)  [145]
  02:45 PM The marmoset as a model aging organism

S. D. Tardif, T. E. Ziegler[146]
  03:05 PM Patterns of aging in colobine monkeys

C. Borries, A. Koenig[147]
  03:25 PM Heterogeneity of reproductive aging in free-ranging, female rhesus macaques

R. Johnson, E. Kapsalis[148]
  03:45 PM The Great Ape Aging Project: Progress Report and Call for Collaboration

J. M. Erwin[149]
  04:05 PM CHIMPANZEE RETIREMENT: BEHAVIOR AND MANAGEMENT OF AN AGING APE COLONY

L. Brent, A. Fultz, E. Orchard[150]
  04:45 PM Menopause and perimenopause in geriatric western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla)

S. Margulis, S. Atsalis[152]
  05:00 PM-07:00 PM: Board of Director's Meeting (Medina)
  06:00 PM-07:00 PM: Session 16: Surviving Graduate School and Beyond: A Workshop for Students in the Behavioral and Biological Sciences: Susan Howell (Regency East #1)
Sponsored by the Education Committee  [153]
  07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 17: Poster Session II (Regency West 1/3 )
  08:00 AM Variables affecting nonhuman primate alcohol intake: twenty years of experience with alcohol-consuming monkeys

J. Higley[198]
  08:30 AM Prediction of Ethanol Self-Administration in Cynomolgus Monkeys

K. A. Grant, I. Y. Leng, S. W. Gonzales[199]
  09:00 AM FUNCTIONAL VARIANTS IN THE CRH AND NPY GENES INCREASE STRESS REACTIVITY AMONG INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta)

C. S. Barr, S. G. Lindell, M. L. Schwandt, R. L. Dvoskin, M. Gupte, T. K. Newman, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[200]
  09:30 AM Rhesus monkeys and alcohol reinforcement: An overview

R. A. Meisch, T. H. Gomez[201]
  10:00 AM Break
  10:15 AM SOCIAL DRINKING IN FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES: A PROFILE OF VOLUNTARY ORAL ETHANOL CONSUMPTION, REARING HISTORY, AND DOMINANCE RANKING

S. A. Chen, W. W. Flint, K. E. Iba, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[202]
  10:45 AM Alcohol Consumption Across Multiple Non-Human Primate Species

S. Howell, G. C. Westergaard, J. D. Higley[203]
  11:15 AM Age-dependent variation in behavior following acute alcohol administration in male and female adolescent rhesus macaques

M. L. Schwandt, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[204]
          Biomedicine
  Calorie restriction, phase of the menstrual cycle and glucose regulation

E. C. Manz, E. Hutz, S. Eisele, R. Colman, J. Kemnitz[154]
          Breeding/Reproduction
  SPERM COLLECTION FROM OWL MONKEYS (Aotus SP.)

A. M. Schuler, S. V. Gibson, J. M. Westberry[155]
          Colony Management/Enrichment
  ADOLESCENT RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta) REARED WITHOUT SOCIAL CONTACT DURING INFANCY: BEHAVIOR IN SMALL SOCIAL GROUPS

N. Slisarenko, K. C. Baker[156]
  OUTDOOR HOUSING DECREASES SELF-INJURIOUS AND STEREOTYPIC BEHAVIOR IN ADULT MALE RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta).

M. N. Wilkes, C. S. Lynch, M. B. Fontenot[157]
  Predictors of Abnormal Behavior in Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)

J. Vandeleest, J. Capitanio, B. McCowan[158]
  An Assessment of Temperament and Behavior in Rhesus Macaques with Alopecia

R. Ellison, T. Hobbs, A. Maier, K. Coleman[159]
  TESTING THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF AN ACTIVITY ROOM ON SPECIES-TYPICAL BEHAVIOR IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes): A PILOT STUDY

S. P. Leland, K. M. Arbenz-Smith, C. K. Shaver, M. C. St.Claire, J. M. Erwin[160]
  Early predictors of self-biting in socially-housed rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

C. K. Lutz, E. B. Davis, A. M. Ruggiero, N. Wang, S. J. Suomi[161]
          Conservation
  POPULATION SURVEY OF THE JAVAN GIBBON AT GUNUNG HALIMUN NATIONAL PARK, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA

E. Iskandar, W. Sinaga, R. C. Kyes[162]
  Survey of intestinal parasites in a population of Sulawesi black macaques at the Tangkoko Nature Reserve, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

D. I. Paulsen, R. C. Kyes, E. Sulistiawati, L. Rosmanah, J. Onibala, E. Iskandar, S. Kelley[163]
  POPULATION AND HABITAT EVALUATION OF THE BLACK HOWLER MONKEY (Alouatta pigra) TO IDENTIFY POTENTIAL AREAS FOR ECOTOURISM IN PLAYAS DE CATAZAJÁ, IN NORTHEAST CHIAPAS.

Y. M. Bonilla-Sanchez, J. C. Serio-Silva, G. Pozo-Montuy[164]
  The Bagale Hills Forest Reserve of Nigeria: Focus on Human-Wildlife Conflict

J. Wallis[165]
          Demography/Population Studies
  Stone handling in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata): a 10-troop comparative study about a behavioral tradition

J. B. Leca, N. Gunst, C. A. Nahallage, M. A. Huffman[166]
          Ecology
  Kinematics of Nut-cracking in Wild Capuchin Monkeys in Piaui, Brazil

Q. Liu, D. Fragaszy, K. Simpson[167]
  Activity Budget and Microhabitat in the red-bellied lemur, Eulemur rubriventer.

S. R. Tecot[168]
          Endocrinology
  The effects of sedation and research protocol on chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) fecal cortisol levels

C. Grassi, E. J. Glover, M. Vazquez[169]
  Positive associations between urinary testosterone, dominance rank, aggression, and behavioral style in young captive chimpanzees

S. F. Anestis[170]
          Genetics
  A Genetics Resource & Informatics Program (GRIP) for the Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)

C. Dubay, B. Ferguson, S. Street, S. Mitra, H. Wright, C. Khouangsathiene , C. Pearson[171]
  MONOAMINE OXIDASE A AND SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER HAPLOTYPE INFLUENCES EMOTION REGULATION IN RESPONSE TO MATERNAL SEPARATION IN INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES

E. L. Kinnally, G. M. Karere, S. P. Mendoza, W. A. Mason, L. A. Lyons, J. P. Capitanio[172]
          Human Evolution/Anatomy/Growth
  The Anatomy of the Infraorbital Foramen: Implications for Interpreting the Ecology of Extinct and Extant Primates.

M. N. Muchlinski[174]
          Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
  Plasma Cytokine levels: Relationship to early maternal interactions in socially reared vervet monkeys (Chlorobcebus aethiops sabaeus).

M. L. Laudenslager, L. A. Fairbanks, M. J. Jorgensen[175]
  Mothering Styles of Differentially Reared Rhesus Macaque Mothers (Macaca mulatta)

B. J. Kelly, M. A. Novak[176]
  Does Practice Make Perfect? Maternal Behavioral Interactions and Stress Reactivity in Infants of Primiparous and Multiparous Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta)

P. G. Roma, A. M. Ruggiero, M. L. Schwandt, J. D. Higley, S. J. Suomi[177]
  Early growth and developmental data of three naturally conceived male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) born to ART dams

L. Houser, A. Dettmer, G. Schatten , L. Hewitson[178]
  Are infants like their mothers? An analysis of temperament in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)

E. C. Sullivan, W. A. Mason, J. P. Capitanio[179]
          Learning/Cognition/Language
  Chimpanzees’ (Pan troglodytes) strategies for managing concurrent, asymmetric spatial relations in an insertion task

N. M. Scott, D. Fragaszy, C. Menzel[180]
  Self-control in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) is not mediated by experimenter presence or reward source visibility

M. Beran, T. Evans[181]
  Will capuchins (Cebus apella) work harder for a preferred food?

N. V. Morgan, C. A. Buzzell, K. A. Phillips[182]
  A Capuchin Monkey Learns to Navigate

T. Pickering, E. H. Kennedy, B. von Ammon, N. Scott, D. Fragaszy, J. Wintje[183]
  Operant Conditioning Fails to Facilitate Mirror Self-Recognition in Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus apella)

M. E. Huntsberry, A. M. Ruggiero, C. J. Christensen, P. G. Roma, A. Silberberg, S. J. Suomi[184]
          Neuroscience/Pharmacology
  Localizing Handedness in the Chimpanzee Brain: A Combined MRI and PET Study

W. Hopkins, J. Taglialatela, J. L. Russell[185]
          Physiology/Immunology
  Can we Predict the Metabolic Syndrome in Female Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)?

C. Swanson, G. R. Lubach, H. R. Crispen, C. L. Coe[186]
          Research Methods
  THE LESTER E. FISHER CENTER FOR THE STUDY AND CONSERVATION OF APES: A NEW CENTER FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH, CONSERVATION, AND EDUCATION

T. N. Melber, E. V. Lonsdorf, S. R. Ross[187]
  Data collection using voice recording and speech recognition in demanding environments

C. Ionica, C. Berman, J. Li[188]
  The use of positive reinforcement training in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) for voluntary presentation for IM injections

J. L. Russell, J. P. Taglialatela, W. D. Hopkins[189]
          Social Behavior
  Vocalizations of Common Marmosets as Behavioral Phenotypes

E. C. Aronoff, K. R. Ladd, J. D. Newman[190]
  Validating the assumption that food calls attract groupmates

C. D. Kitzmann, N. G. Caine[191]
  Agonistic interactions in corral-living groups of pigtailed monkeys (Macaca nemestrina): Females with and without infants

E. L. Zucker[192]
  COMPARATIVE STUDY OF JUVENILE DEVELOPMENT OF BOLIVIAN GREY TITI MONKEYS (Callicebus donacophilus) AND WHITE-FACED SAKIS (Pithecia pithecia) AT CLEVELAND METROPARKS ZOO

C. D. Stimpson, M. A. Norconk[193]
  Differences in social behavior of male and female baboons (Papio hamadryas sp.) housed in same-sex groups

E. J. Glover, L. D. Cox, J. K. Pecotte[194]
  Longevity of effects of early rearing experience on behavioral response to social separation in adult rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta).

C. A. Corcoran, J. L. Christenson, S. J. Suomi, A. J. Bennett[195]
  Affiliative social contagion in captive chimpanzees (PAN TROGLODYTES)

T. Chacon, E. Videan, L. Nash, J. Fritz[196]
  Saturday, August 19, 2006 : Day Four
  08:00 AM-11:45 AM: Session 18: Non-human Primate Alcohol Research: Current Studies and New Directions: Susan Howell (Regency East #1)
Symposium organized by Sue Howell  [197]
  08:00 AM-10:30 AM: Session 19: Sources of variation in milk composition: Phylogeny, Life History, and Maternal Condition.: Michael L. Power (Regency East #2)  [205]
  08:00 AM Sources of variation in milk composition: phylogeny, life history, and maternal condition.

M. L. Power[206]
  08:30 AM Patterns of milk composition in prosimian primates.

M. Power, C. D. Tilden, O. T. Oftedal[207]
  09:00 AM A phylogenetic comparison of anthropoid primate milk composition

L. A. Milligan, M. L. Power, O. T. Oftedal[208]
  09:30 AM Lactational performance in primiparous and multiparous rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

K. Hinde[209]
  10:00 AM Variability in the composition of milk of common marmosets: effects of maternal size, litter size and energy balance

S. D. Tardif, M. L. Power, O. T. Oftedal[210]
  08:00 AM-09:45 AM: Session 20: Genetics (Regency East #3)
  08:00 AM Effects of Color Vision Phenotype on Insect Capture by Free-ranging White-Faced Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus capucinus) in Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica

A. Melin, L. Fedigan, C. Hiramatsu, S. Kawamura[211]
  08:15 AM Behavioral genetics of monoamine regulatory genes in the cynomolgus macaque

C. M. Miller-Butterworth, J. R. Kaplan, S. B. Manuck, R. E. Ferrell[212]
  08:30 AM Hematological and inflammatory traits in pedigreed baboons: Evidence for quantitative trait loci in a region of chromosome 1p

A. Bertin, L. A. Cox, J. Rogers, J. L. VandeBerg, C. Brugnara, O. S. Platt, M. C. Mahaney[213]
  08:45 AM A QTL with Pleiotropic effects on Adipocyte Volume and Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor1 in Baboons

V. S. Voruganti, M. E. Tejero, J. M. Proffitt, R. A. Bastarrachea, S. A. Cole, A. G. Comuzzie[214]
  09:00 AM TWO QTLs AFFECTING NORMAL VARIATION OF PLASMA PAF-AH IN BABOONS MAP TO THE BABOON ORTHOLOGS OF HUMAN CHROMOSOMES 2p and 16

A. Vinson, D. L. Rainwater, L. A. Cox, J. Rogers, J. L. VandeBerg, M. M. Mahaney[215]
  09:15 AM Natural hybridization between howler monkeys in Mexico

L. Cortés-Ortiz, E. Bermingham, D. Canales-Espinosa, F. García-Orduña, E. Rodríguez-Luna[216]
  09:30 AM Mitochondrial sequence diversity of the southernmost extant New World monkey, Alouatta caraya$

M. S. Ascunce, E. Hasson, G. Zunino, M. D. Mudry[217]
  10:00 AM-12:00 PM: Session 21: Infant Development & Maternal Behavior (Regency East #3)
  10:00 AM The Neurobehavioral Development of Infant Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta) Reared on Two Types of Inanimate Surrogate Mothers

A. M. Dettmer, A. M. Ruggiero, M. A. Novak, S. J. Suomi[218]
  10:15 AM THE IMPACT OF INFANT MALTREATMENT ON BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO THREATENING STIMULI IN RHESUS MONKEYS: SEX DIFFERENCES

A. P. Grand, K. M. McCormack, M. E. Kelley, D. Maestripieri, M. M. Sanchez[219]
  10:30 AM THE RESPONSE OF BABOONS (Papio hamadryas SP.) TO ROUTINE REMOVAL FROM THE SOCIAL GROUP IS RELATED TO MATERNAL BEHAVIOR.

L. Brent, S. M. Ramirez, D. W. Cleveland[220]
  10:45 AM Allocation of Infant Care and Genetic Chimerism in Callitrichids

C. N. Ross, J. A. French, G. Orti[221]
  11:00 AM DISSECTING THE ACOUSTIC UMBILICAL CORD: SELECTIVE MATERNAL RESPONSIVENESS TO PARTICULAR ACOUSTIC FEATURES OF RHESUS MACAQUE (Macaca mulatta) INFANT GECKER VOCALIZATIONS

E. R. Patel, M. J. Owren[222]
  11:15 AM ENDOCRINE AND SOCIAL SOURCES OF VARIATION IN THE MOTHER-INFANT RELATIONSHIP IN WILD BABOONS IN AMBOSELI, KENYA

N. Nguyen, L. Gesquiere, S. C. Alberts, J. Altmann[223]
  11:30 AM To give or not to give: the effect of accessibility and infant age on infant food sharing relationships in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)

R. E. Almond, Y. Van Bergen, K. N. Laland, G. R. Brown[224]
  11:45 AM QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE AND EARLY EMOTION REGULATION PREDICT ADULT RESPONSE TO NOVELTY IN FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES

E. L. Kinnally, S. P. Mendoza, W. A. Mason, J. P. Capitanio[225]
  01:00 PM-02:45 PM: Session 22: From Perception to Social Organization to Conservation Biology: Research Contributions in Tribute to an Outstanding Mentor in Primatology, Irwin S. Bernstein: Carolyn L. Ehardt (Regency East #1)
Outstanding Mentor Symposium  [226]
  01:00 PM Macaques to Mangabeys/Field Station to Fieldwork: Saluting a Colleague and Collaborator

C. L. Ehardt[227]
  01:15 PM Tap, Pound, Rub: Sensory Information and Foraging Decisions in Capuchins (Cebus apella)

K. A. Phillips[228]
  01:30 PM Market forces predict grooming reciprocity in rhesus macaques under diverse population densities

P. G. Judge, F. B. de Waal[229]
  01:45 PM Dominance style in macaques: The baby and the bathwater

M. Cooper[230]
  02:00 PM Investigating the proximate causes of allomothering in Saimiri$

L. E. Williams, A. Wright[231]
  02:15 PM PRIMATE CONSERVATION BIOLOGY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS IN RESEARCH, TRAINING AND OUTREACH

R. C. Kyes, L. Jones-Engel, E. Iskandar, J. Onibala, B. Lapin, M. Chalise, J. Li, M. M. Feeroz, N. Aggimarangsee, P. Kakule, J. S. Silva[232]
  02:30 PM Outstanding Mentor Symposium: Irwin Bernstein, Mentoring Style

I. S. Bernstein[233]
  01:00 PM-02:45 PM: Session 23: Conservation & Ecology (Regency East #2)
  02:15 AM The Effects of Fruit Availability on the Diet and Ranging Behavior of the Black Howler Monkey (ALOUATTA PIGRA) of Monkey River, Belize

G. R. Bridgett, M. S. M. Pavelka[239]
  02:30 AM FORAGING STRATEGIES OF PALE-ARMED HIMALAYAN LANGURS (Semnopithecus entellus schistaceus), LANGTANG NATIONAL PARK, NEPAL

K. Sayers, M. Norconk[240]
  01:00 PM FEMALE DISPERSAL IN PHAYRE'S LEAF MONKEYS: COMPETITION FOR GROUP MEMBERSHIP AND OPTIMAL GROUPS

A. Koenig, E. Larney, A. Lu, C. Borries[234]
  01:15 PM A Comparison of the Diets of Male and Female Phayre’s Leaf Monkeys (Trachypithecus phayrei) at the Phu Khieo Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand.

S. A. Suarez[235]
  01:30 PM Food Selection by Colobus guereza in Kakamega Forest, Kenya

C. B. Mowry, E. S. Dierenfeld, P. J. Fashing[236]
  01:45 PM Conservation status of Lomako Forest Bonobos, Democratic Republic of the Congo

F. White, B. Inogwabini , V. O. W'Otoko[237]
  02:00 PM A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF GELADA RANGING PATTERNS AND HABITAT USE IN THE MENZ HIGHLANDS, ETHIOPIA

P. J. Fashing, N. Nguyen[238]
  02:45 PM-03:30 PM: Business Meeting (Regency Center 1/3)
  06:00 PM-10:00 PM: Closing Dinner (Regency East #2)