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They differ from all other primates as they only have a vestigial thumb; their hands have four elongated fingers and an extremely long prehensile tail that along with their very long arms they remind us of a spider. Spider moneys are one of the largest neotropical primates. They are very thin, their fur is completely black, have large eyes and very long arms, legs and tail. The range of this species territory includes the south-western amazon, part of the entire Southern Peruvian amazon, to parts of Northern Bolivia and the southwestern Brazilian Amazon up to the Amazon River.

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Systems used to automatically annotate proteins with high accuracy:. Select item s and click on "Add to basket" to create your own collection here entries max. Automatic assertion inferred from database entries i. You are using a version of browser that may not display all the features of this website. Please consider upgrading your browser. Basket 0. Your basket is currently empty. Submitted name: Heart chimase. Ateles chamek Peruvian spider monkey Ateles paniscus chamek.

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Ateles chamek , or the black-faced black spider monkey, is found in areas of Peru, Brazil, or Bolivia. Felton, et al. Black-faced black spider monkeys can be found in a variety of semi-deciduous lowland forests including piedmont and cerrado forests which can be dry and have hilly landscapes in Peru, Brazil and Bolivia. They typically shift their home ranges based on food availability, moving between areas of patchy food resources within these forests. They are typically found in high forest strata, occupying the canopy and sub canopy layers. Iwanaga and Ferrari, ; Symington, a ; Wallace, The weight of an adult black-faced black spider monkeys typically ranges from 15 to 20 lbs 7 to 9 kgs , and represents some of the largest of the New World monkeys.

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Chamek Spider Monkey

Ateles chamek Chamek spider monkey is a species of primates in the family atelid monkeys. It is found in the Neotropics. It is a diurnal frugivore. Individuals are known to live for Reproduction is dioecious.

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Ateles chamek

The Peruvian spider monkey Ateles chamek also known as the black-faced black spider monkey, is a species of spider monkey that lives not only in Peru , but also in Brazil and Bolivia. At two feet 0. Unlike many species of monkey, they have only a vestigial thumb, an adaptation which enables them to travel using brachiation. The size and dynamics of the resulting subgroups vary with food availability and sociobehavioral activity. Females separate from the band to give birth, typically in the fall. These females inhabit a group of core areas where resources are abundant in certain seasons. Peruvian spider monkey are independent at about 10 months, with a lifespan of about 20 years.

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