DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15560/13.3.2142

A new locality in Paraguay for the Black-tailed Marmoset, Mico melanurus (Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1812) (Primates, Callitrichidae)

Hugo Cabral-B., Lia Romero-N., Diego Bueno, Alberto Yanosky, Daniel M. Brooks

Abstract


Mico melanurus is an endangered primate in Paraguay, with most Paraguayan records in the vicinity of Agua Dulce (Defensores del Chaco National Park). We report the first well-documented locality outside of the Agua Dulce/Linea 1 transect, representing the most northeastern record in Paraguay, as well as a new habitat for the species, transitional Pantanal-Cerrado. This note demonstrates the importance of monitoring areas which have been insufficiently studied for conservation purposes. 


Keywords


Chaco; Mico melanurus; new record; transitional Pantanal-Cerrado

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