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By Thomas F. Tyning

With this 'Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles', you could detect and comprehend the lives of universal frogs, salamanders, alligators, snakes, turtles, and lizards to an quantity that hasn't ever been attainable, during the distinctive behavior-watching procedure of the Stokes Nature publications.

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Mammalia 3 0 , No. 3, 507-508. Heltne, P. G. (1967a). Letters: Animals from the Amazon Basin. Science 1 5 7 , 134. Heltne, P. G. (1967b). Letters: Latin America: Call for conservation. Science 1 5 8 , 717. Hershkovitz, P. (1965). Primate research and systematics. Science 1 4 7 , 1156-1157. Hershkovitz, P. (1966). Personal communication. Hill, W. C. O. (1960). "Primates. Comparative Anatomy and Taxonomy," Vol. IV, Part A, pp. 250-322, Edinburgh Univ. Press, Edinburgh. Hill, W. C. O. (1965). Tentative identification of laboratory squirrel monkeys (Saimiri).

Devei, T. fforestall, T. manguinhense, T. brimonti, T. advieri, and three u n n a m e d T. minasenselike trypanosomes. Many cebid and callithricid hosts are known for T. minasense or m e m b e r s of its group, and t h e s e parasites have been recorded from squirrel monkeys as follows: S. oerstedi (Panama), S. boliviensis (Peru), S. sciureus (Brazil, Colombia, Peru). P r e v a l e n c e rates for T. minasense and relatives a p p e a r rather high: in the San Francisco surveys 42 of 223 Peruvian and Colombian primates and 20 of 82 Saimiri harbored what we identified as T.

Trypanosomiasis (nonpathogens). Since 1909 when T. cruzi was described by Chagas, many other species of trypanosomes have been reported from the American primates. With the exception of an u n n a m e d species somewhat similar to T. , resembling T. rangeli, a prevalent nonpathogenic bloodstream trypanosome reported from man in many countries of Central and South America. A r e c e n t attempt was m a d e to bring some order into the chaotic T. , 1963): the T. rangeli, the T. saimirii, and the T.

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