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Kivai, S., Loyola, L., Wieczkowski, J. King, J., de Jong, Y., Allen, L., Ting, N. & Butynski, T. 2019 Tana River red colobus Piliocolobus rufomitratus (Peters, 1879). In: Primates in Peril: The World’s 25 Most Endangered Primates 2018–2020. C. Schwitzer et al. IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group, International Primatological Society, Global Wildlife Conservation, and Bristol Zoological Society, Washington, DC. Pp. 43–45.
Svensson, M. S., Butynski, T. M., De Jong, Y. A., Bearder, S. K., Schneiderová & Nijman, V. 2019 Low geographic and subspecific variation in the loud call of the widespread and phenotypically cryptic northern lesser galago (Galago senegalensis) suggests taxonomic uniformity. Folia Primatologica 90: 300–318.
Butynski, T.M. & De Jong, Y.A. 2019 Distribution, abundance, and natural history of Lelwel hartebeest (Alcelaphus buselaphus lelwel Heuglin, 1877) on Lolldaiga Hills Ranch, central Kenya. Gnusletter 36: 22-27.
Boles, O.J.C., Shoemaker, A., Mustaphi, C.J.C., Petek, N., Ekblom, A. & Lane, P.J. 2019 Historical Ecologies of Pastoralist Overgrazing in Kenya: Long-Term Perspectives on Cause and Effect Human Ecology
Butynski, T.M. & De Jong, Y.A. 2019 Primates of Africa’s Coastal Deltas and Their Conservation. K. Nowak, A. Barnett, & I. Matsuda (Eds.), Primates in Flooded Habitats: Ecology and Conservation
Musila, S., Monadjem, A., Webala, P.W., Patterson, B.D., Hutterer, R., De Jong, Y.A., Butynski, T.M., Mwangi, G., Chen & Z.Z, Jiang, X.L. 2018 An annotated checklist of mammals of Kenya Zoological Research 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2018.059
Wells, H.B.M., Crego, R.D., Chiyo, P., Otiende, M., Lekolool, I., Ouma, G., Gitau, W., Kivai, S., Mamuun, J., Stabach, J., Leimgruber, P. & Moinde, N. 2018 Management regime mediates the precipitation-vegetation relationship in rangelands: Implications for ‘climate-smart’ ecological restoration planning Poster, SER Europe Conference, Restoration in the Era of Climate Change, 9–13 September 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland
De Jong, Y.A., d'Huart, J.-P. & Butynski, T.M. 2018 Biogeography and conservation of desert warthog (Phacochoerus aethiopicus) and common warthog (Phacochoerus africanus) in the Horn of Africa 12th International Symposium on Wild Boar and Other Suids, Lázně Bělohrad, Czech Republic
De Jong, Y.A., Butynski, T.M. & Dekker, N.F.H. 2018 Babies from the bush…. Meet Kenya’s galagos (part 1) Komba (1)
De Jong, Y.A., Butynski, T.M. & Dekker, N.F.H. 2018 Babies from the bush…. Meet Kenya’s galagos (part 2) Komba (2)
Butynski, T.M. & De Jong, Y.A. 2018 Geographic range, taxonomy, and conservation of the Mount Kilimanjaro guereza colobus monkey (Primates: Cercopithecidae: Colobus) Hystrix
De Jong, Y.A. & Butynski, T.M. 2018 Pocket Identification Guide of the Primates of East Africa. Global Wildlife Conservation, Tropical Pocket Guide Series
Herger, M. 2018 Environmental impacts of red meat production: an analysis in the context of two different livestock value chains in Laikipia, Kenya Unpublished Master thesis, University of Bern, Switzerland
De Jong, Y.A. & Butynski, T.M. 2017 Distributions in Uganda, Kenya, and north Tanzania of members of the Günther’s dik-dik Madoqua (guentheri) and Kirk’s dik-dik M. (kirkii) species groups, regions of sympatry, records of aberrant-coloured individuals, and comment on the validity of Hodson’s dik-dik M. (g.) hodsoni Gnusletter 34
Butynski, T.M. & De Jong, Y.A. 2017 The Mount Kenya Potto is a Subspecies of the Eastern Potto Perodicticus ibeanus Primate Conservation 31


The Mammals of Africa

By Jonathan Kingdon, David Happold, Thomas Butynski, Michael Hoffmann, Meredith Happold, Jan Kalina

MoA_Dartmouth_Footer‘Mammals of Africa (MoA) is a series of six volumes which describes, in detail, every currently recognized species of African land mammal. This is the first time that such extensive coverage has ever been attempted, and the volumes incorporate the very latest information and detailed discussion of the morphology, distribution, biology and evolution (including reference to fossil and molecular data) of Africa’s mammals…….’

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