Publications

Peer-reviewed articles:

Adams DB, Kitchen DM. 2018. Titi and saki monkey alarm calls deter an ambush predator. Animal Behaviour 145:141-147.

Adams DB, Rehg JA, Watsa M. 2017. Observations of termitarium geophagy by Rylands’  Rylands’ bald-faced saki monkeys (Pithecia rylandsi) in Madre de Dios, Peru. Primates 58:449-459.

Adams DB, Williams SM. 2017. Fatal attack on a Rylands’ bald-faced saki monkey (Pithecia rylandsi) by a black-and-white hawk-eagle (Spizaetus melanoleucus). Primates 58:361-365.

Bergman TJ, Cortés-Ortiz L, Dias PAD, Ho L, Adams DB, Canales-Espinoza D, Kitchen DM. 2016. Striking differences in the loud calls of howler monkey sister species (Alouatta pigra and A. palliata). American Journal of Primatology 78:755-66.

Book Contributions:

Marsh L, Adams D. 2016. Ryland’s bald-faced saki monkey, Pithecia rylandsi. In: Rowe N and Myers M (eds), All the World’s Primates. Pogonias Press, Charlestown, RI, pp 222-223.

Research in the News:

Peruvian monkey avoids stomach trouble by adding mud to its diet. Published June 26th, 2017 on newscientist.com.

Monos peruanos se curan el estómago comiendo nidos de termitas. Published June 30th 2017 on nmas1.org.

Mud may help monkey avoid stomach aches. 2017. New Scientist 235(3132):10.

Investing in the Future: An Interview with the 2013 E.O. Wilson award winner. The Conservation Behaviorist 11(2):3-4.