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5) Tapanes, E., J. M. Kamilar, & Bradley, B.J. (2021). Molecular and cellular processes underlying hair pigmentation and growth in primate evolution. In: Evolutionary Cell Processes in Primates: Genes, Skin, Energetics, Breathing, and Feeding; Volume II. Pitirri, M.K., & Richtsmeier, J.T. (Eds.) CRC Press.

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4) Tapanes, E., Anestis, S., Kamilar, J.M., & Bradley, B.J. (2020). Does hair greying in chimpanzees provide a salient progressive cue of ageing? PLOS ONE, 15(7): e0235610.

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3) Wolovich, C.K., Tapanes, E., & Evans, S. (2017). Allogrooming in male-female pairs of owl monkeys (Aotus nancymaee). Folia primatologica, 88, 483-496.

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2) Tapanes, E., Cords, M. & Detwiler, K.M. (2017). Predation on bats by Cercopithecus monkeys: implications for zoonotic disease transmission. EcoHealth, 13, 405-409.

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1) Jefferson, J.P., Tapanes, E., & Evans, S. (2014). Owl monkeys (Aotus spp.) socially anoint in captivity. Folia Primatologica, 85, 119-134.

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