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  Potto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Potto (Perodicticus potto) is a strepsirrhine primate from the Lorisidae family.
The Longevity of a Colony of Captive Nocturnal Prosimians (Perodicticus potto).
A bidiurnal cycle in the feeding habit of Perodicticus potto.
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 Potto (Perodicticus potto)
Epps, J. Social interactions of Perodicticus potto kept in captivity in Kampala, Uganda.
Frederick, C. Observations of parental care in Perodicticus potto at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.
Oates, J.F. The niche of the potto, Perodicticus potto.
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 Taxonomy of the Genus Perodicticus
A representative sample (N=132) of specimens allocated to Perodicticus, representing the entire known geographic range of the genus, were examined and described by dentition, cranium, post-cranium, and pelage.
A single specimen was found that matches the expected description for Perodicticus potto faustus, which is not taken as support for reviving that taxon out of its synonymy with Perodicticus potto edwards.
Previously undescribed features present in the population assigned to the genus Perodicticus have also been found, including a bowed fin on the mesial margin of the lower (caniniform) anterior premolar in most of the specimens conforming to the descriptions for P.
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 Conservation database for lorises - coauthor Elizabeth Pimley
My main area of research focuses on the behavioural ecology of the nocturnal prosimian primates that have received much less research attention than their diurnal cousins.
Pimley, E., 2002: The behavioural ecology and genetics of two nocturnal prosimians: Pottos (Perodicticus potto edwardsi) and Allen´s bushbabies (Galago alleni cameronensis).
The role of research in prosimian conservation: a comparative ecological study of pottos (Perodicticus potto) and Allen’s bushbabies (Galago alleni).
www.loris-conservation.org /database/Coauthors/E_Pimley.html   (835 words)

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It closely resembles the potto (Perodicticus potto) but is more delicate and lighter coloured.
The potto is the only species in the genus Perodicticus.
Primate Behaviour by Sean Flannery: fact sheets on Angwantibo or Golden Potto (Artocebus calabarensis), Potto (Perodicticus potto).
www.szgdocent.org /resource/pp/p-loris3.htm   (659 words)

Perodicticus is also known as Bosman's Potto, after its supposed discoverer, and in some English-speaking parts of Africa it is called a Softly-softly.
A few closely related species also have "potto" in their name: the two golden potto species (also known as angwantibos) and the False Potto.
Black and white photograph of potto with youngda:Potto
www.paleorama.com /Mammals-P/Potto.php   (713 words)

 References and literature review: loris and potto captive care
Charles-Dominique, P., 1966: La durée de gestation chez Perodicticus potto edwardsi (A. Bouvier).
Cowgill, U. M.; Zeman, L., 1980: Life span in captive nocturnal prosimians (Perodicticus potto) with reproductive and mortality records.
Hans-Ulrich Hoffmann, H., 1993: Eine Monographie zu den Pottos Perodicticus potto mit ergänzenden Angaben zu den verwandten Arten (German).
www.loris-conservation.org /database/captive_care/Captive_care_references.html   (2393 words)

 Martin's False Potto (Pseudopotto martini)
Martin's false potto differs in morphology from the potto, Perodicticus potto, in having relatively long upper first premolars, reduced third molar, and a relatively longer tail (Groves, 1998).
Some dispute this species as being a valid new genus and species because its measurements do not differ much from Perodicticus potto (Sarmiento, 1998).
Martin's false potto is found in the country of Cameroon, in west Africa (Schwartz, 1996; cited in Fleagle, 1999).
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 IngentaConnect Home Range Analysis of Perodicticus potto edwardsi and Sciurochei...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
IngentaConnect Home Range Analysis of Perodicticus potto edwardsi and Sciurochei...
Because the spatial arrangements of nocturnal prosimians are often used to indicate their social systems, it is important to assess the reliability of methods used to analyze ranging patterns.
We compared methods of home range analysis for 2 species of nocturnal prosimians: central pottos (Perodicticus potto edwardsi) and Cross River Allen’s galagos ({Sciurocheirus cameronensis}).
www.ingentaconnect.com /content/klu/ijop/2005/00000026/00000001/00000730   (364 words)

 Ageing, longevity, and life history of Perodicticus potto
Maximum longevity has been reported as 26.8 years [0041], which is possible.
[0041] A twenty-five-year chronicle of a group of captive nocturnal prosimians (Perodicticus potto) (1989)
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 Perodicticus - MavicaNET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Primates Lorisidae Perodicticus, World Distribution Table - English
Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections: Potto (Perodicticus potto) - English
Usually found in trees 5 to 30 meters tall.
www.mavicanet.com /directory/gle/28467.html   (35 words)

 User: tamils | LibraryThing
I discovered Harrison through the Frugal Gourmet essay too -- I think that won her a lot of converts.
I saw you have Barbara Grizzuti Harrison's 'An Accidental Autobiography.' That's one of my favourite books ever.
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