Publication Release!
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[ultimate_heading main_heading="NEW PUBLICATION" main_heading_color="#ffcb03" main_heading_font_family="font_family:Open Sans|font_call:Open+Sans|variant:600" main_heading_style="font-weight:600;" main_heading_font_size="desktop:30px;" margin_design_tab_text=""][/ultimate_heading]   June 12, 2017            Written by Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership Congratulations Tim on Publication!   Tim's paper titled "Comparing the use of live trees and deadwood for larval foraging by aye ayes (Daubentonia madagascariensis) at Kianjavato and Torotorofotsy, Madagascar" was published in the Journal of Primatology. He is a graduate student at The Ohio State University Department of Anthropology and has been collaborating with Dr. … Read More
Blog by MBP Volunteer, Amelia
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Just keeping going & the mosquitoes won’t get you!              

New Article Published!
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Check out one of our recent articles that was published in the Journal of Primatology, “Evaluating the Genetic Diversity of Three Endangered Lemur Species (Genus: Propithecus) from Northern Madagascar” Congrats to everyone in our lab who contributed! Click here to view it! (Please disregard the publishing dates, as it was an error made by the publisher.)  

Torotorofotsy Aye-aye Expedition
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The Aye-aye’s cloistered existence has limited our understanding and knowledge of its ecology, demography, and population genetics in natural populations, and presented the scientific community with almost no sense of how these factors vary across the diverse forest types and regions of Madagascar inhabited by this species. These incredible lemurs with unusual traits including an elongated, thin, highly-flexible middle finger, continuously-growing rodent-like teeth and the largest relative brain size of any lemur, typically leads a … Read More