Distribution And Population Status Of Cercopithecus Mitis And Colobus Guereza In South
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Distribution And Population Status Of Cercopithecus Mitis And Colobus Guereza In South Nandi Forest, Kenya And A Comparison With Other
Black and White Colobus (Colobus guereza) and Blue Monkey (Cercopithecus mitis) are both diurnal primates found in South Nandi Forest, an afromontane forest and also an Important Bird Area in Kenya. The main objective of this study was to determine the population status and distribution of the two primate species in South Nandi Forest during the dry and wet seasons and to compare the densities with other forests. Seven line transects (2km long) were laid in the forest edge and interior at an interval of at least 3kms from each other. Distance sampling (Version 6.2) was used to analyze population data for the two primate species. The overall density for C. guereza was 0.63±0.16 animals/ha aDownloadViews: 140

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