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Церкопитекоиды (Cercopithecoidea)

Abegglen J.-J. (1984). On Socialization in Hamadryas Baboons

Alemseged Z., Geraads D. (1998). Theropithecus atlanticus (Thomas, 1884) (Primates: Cercopithecidae) from the late Pliocene of Ahl al Oughlam, Casablanca, Morocco

Altmann J. (2001). Baboon Mothers and Infants

Altmann S.A. (1998). Foraging for survival: yearling baboons in Africa

Biederman-Thorson M.A. (1997). In Quest of the Sacred Baboon: A Scientist's Journey

Bonis L., et al. (1990). New remains of Mesopithecus (Primates, Cercopithecoidea) from the late Miocene of Macedonia (Greece) with the description of a new species

Brugal J.-P. First Middle Pleistocene faunas with primates (Homo, Macaca) from Estremadura (Portugal)

Dechow P.C. (1983). Estimation of Body Weights From Craniometric Variables in Baboons

Dechow P.C., Singer R. (1984). Additional Fossil Theropithecus From Hopefield, South Africa: A Comparison With Other African Sites and a Reevaluation of its Taxonomic Status

Delson E., Terranowa C.J., Jungers W.L., Sargis E.J., Jablonski N.G., Dechow P.C. (2000). Body Mass In Cercopithecidae: Estimation and Scaling in Extinct and Extant Taxa

El-Zaatari S., Grine F.E., Teaford M.F., Smith H.F. (2005). Molar microwear and dietary reconstructions of fossil Cercopithecoidea from the Plio-Pleistocene deposits of South Africa

Fa J.E., Lindburg D.G. (1996). Evolution and ecology of macaque societies

Fedigan L.M., Asquith P.J. (1991). The Monkeys of Arashiyama: 35 years of research in Japan and the West

Frost S.R. (2001). New Early Pliocene Cercopithecidae (Mammalia: Primates) from Aramis, Middle Awash Valley, Ethiopia

Frost S.R., Alemseged Z. (2007). Middle Pleistocene fossil Cercopithecidae from Asbole, Afar Region, Ethiopia

Frost S.R., Delson E. (2002). Fossil Cercopithecidae from the Hadar Formation and surrounding areas of the Afar Depression, Ethiopia

Glenn М.Е., Cords М. The Guenons: Diversity and Adaptation in African Monkeys

Heaton J.L. (2006). Taxonomy of the Sterkfontein fossil Cercopithecinae: the Papionini of members 2 and 4 (Gautens, South Africa)   

Hughes J.K., Elton S., O’Regan H.J. (2007). Theropithecus and ‘Out of Africa’ dispersal in the Plio-Pleistocene

Jablonski N.G. (1998). The Natural History of the Doucs and Snub-nosed Monkeys

Jablonski N.G. (1993). Theropithecus: the rise and fall of a primate genus

Jablonski N.G., Leakey M.G., Kiarie С., Anton М. (2002). A new skeleton of Theropithecus brumpti from Lomekwi, West Turkana, Kenya

Koufos G.D. et al. (2004). Mesopithecus (Primates, Cercopithecidae) from the Turolian locality of Vathylakkos 2 (Macedonia, Greece)

Leigh S.R. (2006). Cranial Ontogeny of Papio Baboons (Papio hamadryas)

Patel B.A., Gilbert C.C., Ericson K.E. (2006). Cercopithecoid cervical vertebral morphology and implications for the presence of Theropithecus in early Pleistocene Europe

Rawlins R.G., Kessler M.J. (1986). The Cayo Santiago Macaques

Simons L.E. (1967). A Fossil Colobus Skull From The Sudan (Primates, Cercopithecidae)

Singleton M. (2001). Patterns of cranial shape variation in the Papionini (Primates: Cercopithecinae)

Stanford C.B. (1991). The capped langur in Bangladesh

Stewart M. (2006). Baboons

Thierry B., Singh M., Kaumanns W. (2004). Macaque societies: a model for the study of social organization

Williams F.L., Ackermann R.R, Leigh S.R. (2007). Inferring Plio-Pleistocene Southern African Biochronology From Facial Affinities in Parapapio and Other Fossil Papionins

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