Abstracts for Posters

Introduction with a 10 min speech followed by a Poster Session

  Brenda J. Bradley, Matthias Stiller, Diane M. Doran-Sheehy, Linda Vigilant, Hendrik Poinar
Chloroplast DNA sequences from feces: potential means for broad insights into wild animal diets

Nancy Lou Conklin-Brittain
The Black Box: Nutrition Jargon Decoded

Cecile Garcia, Phyllis C. Lee, Lyliane Rosetta
Reproductive implications of energy expenditure and food intake in captive Papio anubis

Marcela Santamaría-Gomez
Feeding responses to home range reduction by two groups of red howler monkeys in central Amazonia (Brazil)

Mauricio Gomes Talebi
Diet Composition and Nutritional Contents of Southern Muriquis (Brachyteles arachnoides arachnoides) in Continuous Brazilian Atlantic Forest.

Erin R. Vogel, Charles H. Janson
The ecological basis of food related aggression and rank differences in food consumption in two species of wild capuchin monkeys, Cebus capucinus and Cebus apella