Social structure also greatly affects the life cycles of primates. In recent years, the relationship between female dispersal patterns and life cycle has attracted particular attention.
Primates that form groups are divided into a “female philopatric species,” in which the females remain in the natal group throughout their lifetime, as with Japanese macaques or capuchin monkeys, and “female dispersal species,” such as apes and spider monkeys, in which the females leave their natal groups after maturation.
■References (Books, papers, Web articles, etc.)
『人類進化論——霊長類学からの展開——』 第4章・第3節 類人猿の生活史戦略 山極寿一 （裳華房、2008）
『“ふつう”のサルが語るヒトの起源と進化』 中川尚史 （ぷねうま舎、2015）
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