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References

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  • Horovitz, I. And R. D. E. MacPhee. 1999. The Quaternary Cuban platyrrhine Paralouatta varonai and the origin of Antillean monkeys. Journal of Human Evolution 36:33-68.
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  • Horovitz, I. and A. Meyer. 1997. Evolutionary trends in the ecology of New World monkeys inferred from a combined phylogenetic analysis of nuclear, mitochondrial, and morphological data. Pages 189-224 in Molecular Evolution and Adaptive Radiation (T. J. Givnish and K. J. Sytsma, eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York.
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  • Hugot, J. P. 1998. Phylogeny of neotropical monkeys: The interplay of morphological, molecular, and parasitological data. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 9:408-413.
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  • Meireles, C. M., J. Czelusniak, M. P. C. Schneider, J. A. P. C. Muniz, M. C. Brigido, H. S. Ferreira, and M. Goodman. 1999. Molecular phylogeny of Ateline new world monkeys (Platyrrhini, Atelinae) based on gamma-globin gene sequences: Evidence that Brachyteles is the sister group of Lagothrix. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 12:10-30.
  • Moreira, M. A. M. and H. N. Seuanez. 1999. Mitochondrial pseudogenes and phyletic relationships of Cebuella and Callithrix (Platyrrhini, Primates). Primates 40:353-364.
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  • Porter, C. A., J. Czelusniak, H. Schneider, M. P. C. Schneider, I. Sampaio, and M. Goodman. 1997. Sequences of the primate epsilon-globin gene: implications for systematics of the marmosets and other New World primates. Gene 205:59-71.
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  • Purvis, A. 1995. A composite estimate of primate phylogeny. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (Series B) 348:405-421.
  • Ray, D. A., J. Xing, D. J. Hedges, M. A. Hall, M. E. Laborde, B. A. Anders, B. R. White, N. Stoilova, J. D. Fowlkes, K. E. Landry, L. G. Chemnick, O. A. Ryder and M. A. Batzer. 2005. Alu insertion loci and platyrrhine primate phylogeny. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 35(1):117-126.
  • Schneider, H., I. Sampaio, M. L. Harada, C. M. L. Barroso, M. P. C. Schneider, J. Czelusniak, and M. Goodman. 1996. Molecular phylogeny of the New World monkeys (Platyrrhini, Primates) based on two unlinked nuclear genes: IRBP intron 1 and epsilon-globin sequences. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 100:153-179.
  • Schneider, H., M. P. C. Schneider, I. Sampaio, M. L. Harada, M. Stanhope, J. Czelusniak, and M. Goodman. 1993. Molecular phylogeny of the new world monkeys (Platyrrhini, Primates). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 2:225-242.
  • Singer, S. S., J. Schmitz, C. Schwiegk, and H. Zischler. 2003. Molecular cladistic markers in New World monkey phylogeny (Platyrrhini, Primates). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 26(3):490-501.
  • Steiper, M. E. and M. Ruvolo. 2003. New world monkey phylogeny based on X-linked G6PD DNA sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 27:121–130.
  • Van der Kuyl, A. C., C. L. Kuiken, J. T. Dekker, and J. Goudsmit. 1995. Phylogeny of African monkeys based upon mitochondrial 12S rRNA sequences. Journal of Molecular Evolution 40:173-180.
  • Wiesemueller, B, and H. Rothe. 1999. New World monkeys - A phylogenetic study. Zeitschrift für Morphologie und Anthropologie 82:115-157.

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