alexa The Still under Construction Cercopithecinae Phylogeny

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The Still under Construction Cercopithecinae Phylogeny

Several genera of haplorhines characterize the biodiversity of the tropical/equatorial belt of Africa, with a high rate of sympatry. Phylogenetic relationship of the taxa, in spite of time, aim and general efforts, are still ineffectually known. The relative young age of fossils related to these genera suggests a Plio-Pleistocene differentiation in sub-Saharan Africa. Within these taxa, subfamily Cercopithecinae (guenons and related monkeys) demonstrates several characters of uniqueness and high rates of sympatry that still need a comprehensive and deep evaluation in order to understand the origin and the phylogeny of the group.

Citation:Sineo L (2012) The Still under Construction Cerc opithecinae Phylogeny. J Primatol 1:e105.

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