Abercrombie-Whyte, Pudley, M.D. (1976).  Inventions That Have Changed History Series #4: The Motorized Monkey-Snatcher and How It All Began.  Bedlington Press, 7 Sheffield Court, S.W., Wycombe Common, Alsworthy, Tunbridge Wells, Great Britain.

Alexandermeyer, Arthur (1992).  "Small Town Mayors Who Have Died of Gobo Root Poisoning."  Tuber Weekly, 12:10-99.

Al-Qahirah, Dr. Watah (1972).  "The Sudanese Blacknose Gelada and What To Do About It."  Desert Journal of Egypt and the Sudan, 134:42-51.

Al-Qahirah, Dr. Watah (1979a).  "Adaptations for Aerial Plummeting in the Blacknose Gelada Theropithecus nasonegras."  Bulletin of Middle Eastern Primatology, 22:40-58.

Al-Qahirah, Dr. Watah (1979b).  "Primate Motifs in Egyptian Hieroglyphics."  Cairo Monkey Monthly, 5:12-14.

Al-Qahirah, Dr. Watah (1987).  "Seven Egyptian Primates and What Happened To Them."  Desert and Wadi News, 22:39-50.

Ambilobe, Professor Ambato (1986).  West of the Sunset: A Personal Journey Across the Scarred, Eroded, Ecologically Ravaged and Ruined Landscape of Madagascar In Search of the Pitifully Few Prosimians Who Have Managed To Cling to a Precarious Existence Despite the Almost Total Destruction of the Environment, In Which I Recount Some Happy Memories.  Malagasy Primate Technical Institute Press, Antananarivo.

Ambilobe, Professor Ambato (1980).  "The Giant Mouse Lemur and Others Like It."  Proceedings of the Unnatural History Asociation, 72:1205-1251.

Ambilobe, Professor Ambato (1982).  "Adaptations for plummeting in giant mouse lemurs."  Report of the Conference on Pathological Plummeting in Primates, Malagasy Section, pp. 385-426.

Ambilobe, Professor Ambato (1986).  "Cursorial Adaptations in the Really Slow Loris."  Proc. Malagasy Extinct Lemur Society, 18:120-196.

Ambilobe, Professor Ambato (1988).  "Dichromatism and Cathemeral Activity Patterns in Mongoose Lemurs." Journal of the Central Madagascar Strepsirhhine Society, 17:52-63.

Ambilobe, Professor Ambato (1989).  "What is the Aye-Aye-Aye?"  Primate Nooz, 89(5):3-4.

Ambilobe, Professor Ambato and Kibombo, Dr. Watanabe (1969).  "How Did the Toilet Claw Get to Madagascar?"  Journal of the Continental Drift League, 2:23-40.

Anderson, Philander P. and Richards, Michael Sorenson  (1975).  "The Bluetails of Kibale."  Ugandan Forest Weekly,  1:1.

Apeldoorn, Piet Mons (1977).  Two Hundred Months in a Borneo Rainforest: A Personal Account of the Kualakurun Tarsier Observation and Behavior Modification Project.  Dayak and Sons, Balikpapan, Kalimantan.

Apeldoorn, Piet Mons (1982).  "Beer Preferences in Sulky Tarsiers at Kualakurun Primate Reserve."  Borneo Bulletin, Supplement No. 20, pp. 12-30.

Apeldoorn, Piet Mons (1985a).  "Tracking the Deadly Tarsier in the Wilds of Borneo."  Borneo Bulletin, 61:12-58.

Apeldoorn, Piet Mons (1985b).  "Should Tarsius and Pongo Be Congeneric?"  Borneo Bulletin, 62:51-60.

Apeldoorn, Piet Mons (1986).  "The Effect of Oilberry Beer on the Plummeting Behavior of Bornean Tarsiids." Record of the South Bornean Recreational Falling Club, 91:1-25.

Archbibble, Dr. Jerry (1980).  "Mining with Bluetails in Frozen Siberia."  New Zoo Magazine, June, pp. 65-67.

Archbibble, Jerry  (1981),  "Plummeting Rates of Great Blue Marmosets From the Roof of My Condo in Hellmouth."  Journal of the Southwest Arizona Primate Society,  102:29-73.

Archbibble, Dr. Jerry (1985).  "City Officials Are A Lot Like Poisonous Mushrooms."  Unnatural History, April, pp. 78-91.

Archbibble, Dr. Jerry (1988).  "Fighting Off Predatory Municipal Agencies With Both Hands Tied Behind Our Backs and Still Managing To Be the Best Zoo in the Hellmouth-Cheesequake-Runnamuck Area."  In History of Hellmouth, Vol. 19, ed. Rupert Gluzeman, Arizona Press, pp. 421-429.

Archbibble, Dr. Jerry (1990).  From the Director's Cage.  Spackle, Hutsworth, Tooter and Ryan, Hellmouth.

Archbibble, Dr. Jerry (1991).  "What Is The Hellmouth Municipal Zoo and Exotic Animal Crematorium?"  Primate Nooz, 91(1):3-4.

Atherington, Arthur A. (1981).  "Morphological adaptations of bluetail guenons."  Afr. Studies Monogr., 1:75-91.

Axelrod-Abernathy, Dr. LeFrank Smythe (1972).  Primate Pesematology: The Science of Falling Primates, Vol. I. Arizona Institute of Technology Press, Phoenix.

Axelrod-Abernathy, Dr. LeFrank Smythe (1988).  Primate Pesematology: The Science of Falling Primates, Vol. II. Cambridge Center for Gnathic Research Press, Hartsfield-on-Rye, New Mexico.

Axelrod-Abernathy, Dr. LeFrank Smythe (1974).  "Use of Baseball Speed Guns To Determine Plummeting Rates in the Cercopithecinae of Ipipwi Forest."  Natural Nature, 92:56-65.

Axelrod-Abernathy, Dr. LeFrank Smythe (1977).  "Longitudinal Variations in Plummeting Rates of Frilled Indris and Stinky Galagos."  Geoprimatology, 2:39-52.

Axelrod-Abernathy, Dr. LeFrank Smythe (1982).  "Pathologies Associated With Plummeting Injuries As Revealed in the Miocene Fossil Record at Two Sites in East Africa."  Journal of Abnormal Primatology, 21:40-52.

Axelrod-Abernathy, Dr. LeFrank Smythe (1985).  "Post-plummeting mortality rates in SE Asian langurs and hairy-nosed proboscis monkeys."  Tropic Topics, 20:18-32.

Axelrod-Abernathy, Dr. LeFrank Smythe (1988).  "Correlations Between Plummeting Rates and Jaw Design in the Pongidae."  International Fruit and Leaf Eaters Monthly, 27(4):19-30.

Axelrod-Abernathy, Dr. LeFrank Smythe (1989).  "Terminal Velocity in the Colobinae."  Folivore Digest, 15:42-59.

Axelrod-Abernathy, Dr. LeFrank Smythe (1990).  "Comparative Plummeting Rates in Ten Species of New and Old World Lesser Primates."  Journal of Abnormal Primatology, 29(2):31-44.



Badderson, William (1978).  "The Expansion of the Nasal Cavity in Chimpanzees and Orangutans."  J. Nas. Soc., 149:32-38.

Barnesdale, William P. (1975). "Nose-picking among free-living chimpanzees at Gombe Stream Reserve, Tanzania." Folia. Primat., 212:78-153.

Barnesdale, William P.  (1979).  "Staying Out of Jane Goodall's Way at the Gombe Stream Reserve, Tanzania." Ladies Home Journal,  May, 32-33.

Basteogne, Jean-Marie (1788).  "Preliminary Information on French Fiddler Falling Rates, Utilizing a Swiss Timepiece, a German Altimeter, and a French Balloon."  Let Them Eat Cake Philanthropic Society 32nd Annual Report, pp. 48-60.

Bayswater, Arthur Presley (1975).  "Infant mortality rates in Cercopithecus subterraneus, C. nictitans, C. neglectus, C. cephus, C. pogonias, C. mitis, C. campbellii and C. ascanius."  In Predation on Primates in the Pleistocene, ed. Parker L. Quiddy. Jay Press, New York.

Bearson, Henry Wadsworth (1952).  "The Nasociliary Nerve and Its Effect on the Development of Predation in the Superfamily Hominoidea.  Anatomy, 251:72-97.

Bidwell, T. and MacCown, R.L. (1979).  "Nasophagy in Sympatric Asian Apes."  Rain Forest Notes, 12:21-27.

Billibong, Matilda T. (1985).  "Bluetails: Just How Blooming Big Are These Little Buggers?"  Australian-Samoan Nature Journal, 82:12-20.

Billingham-Applegate, Rodney (1946).  "How I Discovered a New Species of Monkey whilst Relaxing in the Forest and Enjoying a Mint Julep."  Arch. Brit. Explor. Soc., 212:56-81.

Bongo, N'Bana (1980).  "Description and analysis of the head-dipping display in the Gabonese bluetail."  Rain Forest Notes, 22:41-58.

Boslington, Franklin R. (1982).  "Vegetational zones of the Ivindo River Forest Reserve."  Biotropica, 14:50-110.

Boslington, Franklin R. (1983).  "Biomass parameters for several endangered rain forest refugia."  Nature, 310:88-131.

Boué, Dr. Oondóué M. (1978).  "Water retention characteristics of Gabonese montane forest soils."  J. West Afr. Trop. Soc., 56:22-39.

Boué, Dr. Oondóué M. (1979a).  "Foraging strategies of bluetail monkeys at Makokou Study Area, Gabon." Primates, 20:79-94.

Boué, Dr. Oondóué M. (1979b).  "Seasonal variation in day-range distance of Cercopithecus subterraneus." Primates, 20:185-210.

Boué, Dr. Oondóué M. (1981).  Spitting proclivities of adult male bluetail monkeys in the Ivindo River Forest Reserve of Gabon."  Int. J. So. Primat., 2:112-186.

Boué, Dr. Oondóué M. (1982).  "Plummeting Behavior in Male Bluetail Monkeys (Cercopithecus subterraneus): A Case of Sexual Dibehavioralism."  Yearbook of the Friends of Makokou, 12:32-43.

Boué, Dr. Oondóué M. (1986).  "Stomach deflation as a defensive tactic in adult C. subterraneus at Makokou." Proc. Gabon Nature Assn., 273:120-140.

Boué, Dr. Oondóué M. (1988a).  "Precociality of New Born Stinky Galagos."  Journal of the African Nocturnal Primate Society, 27:42-82.

Boué, Dr. Oondóué M. (1988b).  "What is the Bluetail?"  Primate Nooz, 88(8):3.

Boué, Dr. Oondóué M. and Maudlin-Jones, Reginald Pennyworth (1983).  "Bluetail monkey burrowing behavior as a possible model for early Bantu cave construction."  J. Human Evol., 12:125-163.

Boué, Dr. Oondóué M. and Maudlin-Jones, Reginald Pennyworth (1987).  "Burrowing Behavior of Wild Bluetail Monkeys at the Makokou Study Area, Gabon."  Proceedings of the Gabon Nature Society, 277(3):47-60.

Bublev, Pavel (1954).  This Is Pavel Bublev Reporting.  Kriska, Stupoff, Valentin and Boyarsky, Novgorod.

Bublev, Pavel (1990).  Monkey Business: A Lifetime in Soviet Primatology.  Red Victory Publishing Farm Press, Ubsk.

Bublev, Pavel (1959).  "On Foot Across Braty-Bublinsk."  Journal of the Mad Monk Society, 1:1-22.

Bublev, Pavel (1975).  "Primatology Under the Romanovs."  Natura, 27:43-73.

Butynski, Fyodor (1985).  How We Handle Monkey Problem in Soviet Union.  USSR Academy of Primatology, Minsk.

Butynski, Fyodor (1995).  "Results of Ubsk-Karchinsky Bluetail Artificial Burrow Project at the Ubsk Primate Recovery Centre, Russia."  Notes from 2nd Int. Conf. on Artificial Primate Burrows, Vol. 2, Section 4, pp. 29-78.



Cooper, Felicia and Somers, E.B. (1983).  "DNA chromatization tests and cercopithecine longevity."  Int. J. of Primat., 4:72-92.

Crofford-Wiggles, Alfred Townsend Winchester (1899).  The Abominable Primates of the Hindu Kush.  Gravesend and Ipswich Book Publishers, Birmingham.

Crofford-Wiggles, Alfred Townsend Winchester (1901).  Primates, Abominable and Otherwise.  Dhangari and Doti Brothers Press, Kathmandu.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1984).  Irish Primates Throughout History.  Labrador, Sprouse, Wickett and Ramsey, 6 Lower Bidlington Road, Alsham P12, Hartford-on-Raven, Middlesex, U.K.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1988).  Monkeys of the Dingle Peninsula.  West Galway Press, Ufton.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1990).  Pre-Roman Anthropoids of Britain and Western Europe (in 3 vol.).  Royal Dublin Publishing Co., Dublin.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1995).  Umfalawi's Revenge.  Harcourt Brace, New York.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby and Thumpergarden, Mortimer T. (1997).  The African Giant Pygmy Chimpanzee.  Kisumu and Sons, Nairobi.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1979).  "Diet variability in West Irish Lesser Primates."  Dublin Country Journal,  21:52-59.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1981).  "Giant Pygmy Chimpanzees of Remnant Forest in Togobogo and Jujube."  In White House Briefing Paper 212: Natural Resources of Togobogo, pp. 82-98.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1983).  "Intraspecific Differences in Myrmecophagic Dietary Patterns and Arboreality in Pan paniscus giganteus."  British Royal Museum Journal of the Cercopithecinae, 111(2):1-50.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1985a).  "New Fossil Hominoid from the Dingle Peninsula."  Nature, 202:12-13.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1985b).  "Hunting Techniques of the Giant Pygmy Chimpanzee, or Umfalawi."  African Geographic, 36:72-82.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1989).  "Primatosaurus rex: Truth or Fiction?"  British Royal Museum Journal of the Cercopithecinae, 128(6): 9-74.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1990a).  "Revised Taxonomic Schemata for the Plio-Pleistocene Hominoid Fossils of the Dingle Peninsula."  Unpublished submission to Journal of Abnormal Primatology.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1990b).  "The Togobogo Business and Why I Had To Leave the Country For a Year."  Natural Geographic, 227(6):58-72.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1990c).  "What Is The Giant Pygmy Chimpanzee?"  Primate Nooz, 90(4):3.

Crofford-Wiggles, Sir Ian Spotswood Allenby (1990d).  "Rafting as an Explantion of How Primates Crossed the Irish Sea."  Primates,  31:98-110.



Dabney, William Putney.  The Nose Throughout History.  (In press)

de la Hoya, Dr. Oscar Simon Bolivar Bolivar-Fuentes (1989).  "Paleozoography of Santa Rubia Island and Other Bodies of Land in the Santa Rubia Straits."  Central American Journal of Subsidence, 40:102-122.

de la Hoya, Dr. Oscar Simon Bolivar Bolivar-Fuentes (1993a).  "Purple Wannabies and Sinking Islands."  Natural Biographic, 12(6):39-55.

de la Hoya, Dr. Oscar Simon Bolivar Bolivar-Fuentes (1993b).  "What Was Santa Rubia Island?"  Primate Nooz, 93(3):3.

Dallingworth, P.S. and Riles, N.  (1976).  "Nose to nose with a wild chimpanzee."  National Geographic,  153:279-294.

Delaney, Lilian and MacArthur, Alice  (1975).  "C. subterraneus: a case of sociobiological paranoia."  Contrib. Primat.,  5:27-41.

Doody, Dr. Dick (1987).  "Nocturnal Plummeting in Flowery Pottos at the Hellmouth Municipal Zoo and Exotic Animal Crematorium."  Zoo News, 54:29-37.

Doody, Dr. Dick (1989a).  "Relief of Chinaman's Elbow by New Cryogenic Surgical Techniques."  Journal of the Hellmouth Medical Association, 89:231-250.

Doody, Dr. Dick (1989b).  "What Is Chinaman's Elbow?"  Primate Nooz, 89(7):3.

Doody, Dr. Dick (1990).  "Sixteen Famous Fraudulent Medical Cases I Have Been Personally Involved With and Why I Am Not Guilty of Anything."  Proc. Hellmouth Medical Association, 90:62-89.



Eindhoven, Oss (1505).  Encyclopedium of Known World Monkeys.  Vlaardingen-Roosendaal Press, Gent.

Emory, Patricia (1984).  "Nasal utilization in the mountain gorilla."  Rwanda Nature Journal, 16:29-41.

Englanberg, Leif and Petersen, Olaf (1953).  Two Came Back.  Viking Press, Reykjavik.



Falsworthy, Trevor (1987).  Millicent: One Man's Story, Believe It Or Don't.  Wittwaterstraand Press, Capetown.

Falsworthy, Trevor (1989).  Rafting Alone Across the Gobi.  Wittwaterstraand Press, Capetown.

Fawlesdown, Sir Frank F. (1975).  "Plummeting Rates As Determined Under Strictly Controlled Conditions In A Proper British Laboratory."  Quarterly Review of Experimental Primatology, 41:112-139.

Fig, Sir Newton (1962).  "Common Fruits of Southeast Asia and What To Do With Them."  Kalimantan Journal of Fruit, 32:50-61.

Fleiglehaus, Eric Scotmeister (1989).  Misconceptions: The Education of a Field Reporter.  J. Thomas Baggleton Press, Hoboken.

Fleiglehaus, Eric Scotmeister (1994).  Tales of a Field Reporter.  Sawyer and Sons, Cheesequake, Arizona.

Fleiglehaus, Eric Scotmeister (1978).  "Going down a monkey hole with nothing but a Swiss Army knife."  Unnatural History, 75:12-119.

Fleiglehaus, Eric Scotmeister (1984).  "Tracking wild moss by radio in the African jungle."  Z. Tierpsychol., 52:12-14.

Fleiglehaus, Eric Scotmeister (1985).  "Jumping off the top of a Jaragua calaveris tree with nothing but a Guinness and a parachute."  Unnatural History, 82:51-64.

Fleiglehaus, Eric Scotmeister (1989).  "The Madcap Misadventures of a Field Reporter for the Primate Nooz." Automotive Primatology Weekly, 16:1-19.

Fleiglehaus, Eric Scotmeister (1990).  "Monkey Island Prison and Why You Should Avoid It."  Prison Reform Digest, 35:20-26.

Fleiglehaus, Eric Scotmeister (1993).  "My Trek Across Santa Rubia Island."  Travel and Primatology, Summer, pp.45-55.

Fleiglehaus, Eric Scotmeister and Mr. Goodwrench (1989).  "Automotive Problems Associated With Reporting from the Field and How To Solve Them With As Little Embarrassment As Possible."  Automotive Primatology Weekly, 17:52-63.

Frascati, Benedetto Popoli (1997).  "Tassi discendenti comparatavi dell' asiatico pochi primati."  Note dell' Associazione Italiana di Primatological, 12:19-32.



Galtner, Ashworthy (1979).  "Use of vacated rodent holes by Central African bluetail monkeys."  Folia. Primat., 31:52-62.

Glicks, Henry L. (1978).  "Sub-adult Male Orangutan Nose-picking Activities at Kutai Nature Reserve, East Kalimantan."  Strange Animal Behavior, 70: 43-88.



Hall, Jilforth (1970).  Nose and Fire.  University Press, Chicago.

Hanrrique, Alvaro Lopo (2000).  "Comportamento da Nariz-colheita do primatas brazilian da planície." Sumário Europeu do Macaco, 15:92-99.

Harlan, S.M.D., (1982).  "The Archeological Context of the Nose and Mouth Throughout the Chinese Paleolithic." Xinhuang Democratic Zoo Journal, PRC.  Spring, pp. 12-19.

Harrison, Thomas L. (1981).  "Effects of inbreeding on infant burrowing tendencies in captive guenons at the Frankfurt Zoo."  Nature Review, 50:22-45.

Harrison, Thomas L. (1987).  "Nose-picking in the Pongidae and Its Implication for Human Evolution."  Amer. J. Nasal Anatomy, 17:230-239,

Harrison, Thomas L. (1988).  "What is the Orangutan?"  Primate Nooz, 88(9):3

Harrison, Thomas L. and Merton, Nancy L. (1982).  "Evolution of the hiatus semiluminaris in Pongo pygmaeus and Gorilla gorilla."  Nature Review, 27:55-56.

Harrison, Thomas L. and Merton, Nancy L. (1983).  "Fossil evidence for the infraorbital foramen in Sivapithecus at Miocene sites in Turkey."  Nature Review, 28:30-33.

Harrison, Thomas L. and Merton, Nancy L. (1986).  "The Adaptive Significance of Nose-picking in the African Apes."  Animal Behavior, 78:50-73.

Hicks, H.L. and Hicks, T.B. (1982).  "Nostril Phenotypes in the Fossil Record of the Hominidae."  American Face, 221:16-87.

Hicks, T.B.  (1981).  "The fleeing response in four allopatric sub-Saharan cercopithecines and its relation to home range size."  Primates,  22:45-73.



Isaacs, T.S. (1970).  Rafikistan Odyssey.  Kushanbe Press, Alma-Kzyl.

Isaacs, T.S. (1978).  "New species of macaque at Zarafshan Primate Park, Rafikistan."  South Asia Bulletin, 25:19-23.



James, L.R. (1982).  "Nose-picking in the pongids but not in the cercopithecoids."  Evolution, 81:127-150.

Jernigan, P. Wilkes (1982).  "Bluetail parasites and other interesting creatures."  Microzoology Review, 12:91-105.



Kibombo, Dr. Watanabe (1988).  The Toilet Claw in History.  Antananarivo University Press, Antananarivo.

Kibombo, Dr. Watanabe (1980).  "Does the Toilet Claw Create Drag During Falls of 30 Meters or More?"  in 100 of the Most Asked Questions, ed. Ralph Edward Festeringdale, Krieger, Wilminghough, Baxter and Poodle, New York.

Kibombo, Dr. Watanabe (1985).  "Limping Lemurs at Nosy-Varinda Nature Reserve, Madagascar."  Malagasy Science Magazine, March-April, pp. 30-35.

Kiplinger, Dr. P. Pudyard (1940).  "Recreational Plummeting in Two Sympatric Species of South American Howling Monkeys."  Minutes of the Diurnal Cebid Society, Vol. 27, 98-205.

Knuckleberry, Alexander (1952).  "Population density and biomass of several primate species south of the Ubangi-Congo River system."  Ann. 12th Congress Evol. Soc., 159-220.

Knuckleberry, Alexander and R.L. MacCown  (1981).  "Cooperative plummeting between rubberneck guenons and bleary-eyed baboons at Mulobezi Monkey Station."  Problems in African Primatology, 22:1-20.

Krapov, Gen. Pyotr Alexandrovich (1989). Pavel Bublev and the Founding of the Malagasy Extinct Lemur Society, Karamazov and Sons, Leningrad.



Landershot, Albert Prince (1976).  "Niche separation between Cercopithecus cephus and C. subterraneus."  In Equatorial Forest Mammals, ed. Marcel Gagneuil, LaFarge Technical Institute Press, Paris.

Longspeed, Ralph Apperson (1988).  "Monkey Farming: What Are the True Costs?"  Agribusiness Weekly, 17:51-90.

Littleberry, Peter-Paul (2000).  "Latest figures on plummeting rates in bluetongue macaques."  Journal of Abnormal Primatology, 41:19-22.



Marbelson, Eugene C. and Mable W.  (1992).  "What if the Earth had no air?"  Proc. 4th Int. Conf. on Scientific Conumbrums,  58-59.

Marshall, E.B., Nishida, R., Cowens, D.F., Hernandez, Billy P., Ohara, D., Takahashi, S., MacCown, R.L., Mushio, T.R., Mushio, C.B., Mushio, T.L., Johnson, P.D., Nissen, R.L.S., Huxley, C., Burns, A., MacArthur, L.T., Kay, Felicia M., Yushima, P., and Smith, Basil (1974).  "Vegetational Morphologies and Zonational Canopy Differentiation as Factors in Primate Plummeting Rates."  Darwin Society Journal, 1:70-99.

Marshall, E.B., Nishida, R., Cowens, D.F., Hernandez, Billy P., Ohara, D., Takahashi, S., MacCown, R.L., Mushio, T.R., Mushio, C.B., Mushio, T.L., Johnson, P.D., Nissen, R.L.S., Vann, M.R., Huxley, C., Burns, A., Boslington, F.R., MacArthur, L.T., Kay, Felicia M., Petersen, O., Yushima, P., Al-Qahirah, W., and Smith, Basil (1983).  "Nose-picking and Dirt-eating as Dietary Supplements in Pan paniscus."  Darwin Society Journal, 10:42-52.

Masters, Arthur Barrett (1982).  "Congeneric sympatry of Gabonese forest guenons."  Int. J. Primat., 3:127-154.

McCully-Anderson, H.R. (1986). Pers. comm.

McGonigle, Andrew M. and Stuart, Edward Charles (1937).  "The Nose-picking Habits of Semi-Terrestrial African Apes As Observed by a Pair of Fine Scottish Lads Out for a Stroll in the Virunga Mountains of Zaire."  Institute for Nasal Education Yearly Review, 27:55-70.

Measely, Bill (1989a).  Inventions That Have Changed History Series #32: The Hydrogen Laser Spotlight and Its Effect on the Development of Third World Fire Departments.  Bedlington Press, 7 Sheffield Court, S.W., Wycombe Common, Alsworthy, Tunbridge Wells, Great Britain.

Measely, Bill (1995).  Chronicles of the Hydrogen Laser Spotlight.  Potts, Packer and Polthammer, Hellmouth, Arizona.

Measely, Bill (1989b).  "Spotlight on the Amazon."  Primate Nooz, 89(4):3-4.

Measely, Bill (1990).  "What Is The Hydrogen Laser Spotlight?"  Primate Nooz, 90(2):3.

Merton, Nancy L. (1980).  "Ossa nasalia in two species of apes, Pan troglodytes verus and Pan paniscus paniscus." Proc. 3rd Int. Conf. on Hominid Nasality, Vol. III, 792-820.

Merton, Nancy L. and Nishida, R. (1985).  "Nose-feeding ecology and sociality of chimpanzees in Kibale Forest, Uganda."  In Adaptations for Foraging in African Pongids, ed. Edward Marshall and William P. Barnesdale, Harvard University Press, Cambridge.

Mottley, Robert S. (1965).  "A Statistical Variant Analysis of Primates Living South of Nepal, With Particular Regard to the Total Absence of Any Primates Whatsoever Living North, East or West of Nepal, Either Large or of Any Size."  Bombay Monkey Club Notes, 132(7):109-125.

Muldoon, Dr. Francis Oppenheimer (1985).  Polyester and Polyestrousness in Callitrichid Primate Social Systems. Harvard University Press, Cambridge.

Mulhall, Langston Abodeely (1947).  The History of Primates from A to Y.  Academic Press, Sydney.

Musselwhyte (1993).  "What Really Went On at the Cheesequake Municipal Man and Mammal Museum." Cheesequake Man and Mammal Museum Notes, Apr., pp. 29-34.



Nataka, Bonzai (1975).  "It's no fun being sick in Africa."  Afr. Trop. Diseases Monthly, 112:29-51.

Nishida, Rikuchu (1985).  "Intergroup avoidance patterns and techniques in flowery pottos."  Primate Quarterly, 9:52-79.

Northam, Glenn and Kay, Felicia M. (1987).  "Morphology of the olfactory mucous membrane in extant pongidae and hominidae."  Journal of Recreational Surgery, 46:12-14.



Obregón, José Ochohos (1999).  The Sinking of Santa Rubia Island.  Portaviejo Press, Quito.

Obregón, José Ochohos (1985).  "Plummeting Patterns in Primiparous Purple Wannabies."  Santa Rubia Island News Yearbook, Vol. 22, pp. 132-150.

Ochsenfurt, Jena Halle (1981).  "Phylogeny and classification of the red-nosed sifaka."  Antananarivo University Library Notes, 111:35-47.

Odum, Henry Marsworth (1962).  "Fossils of the Brown-backed Uakari from Plio-Pleistocene Strata of Venezuela."  In Unusual South American Primates, ed. Raul Alecerando, Montaña Publishers, Caracas.

Offringen, Michelle (1994).  "Giant pygmy chimpanzees and their relatives from the Lake Badongo Basin."  Animal Behavior, 84:37-43.

Ohhohoho, Mitsuo (1968).  The Professor Mitsuo Ohhohoho Primate Identification Book and African Jungle Survival Guide.  Edo University Press, Tokyo.

Ohhohoho, Mitsuo (1975).  My Life with the Macaques.  Utsumora, Kasumi, Ino and Numazu, Osaka.

Ohhohoho, Mitsuo (1988).  Mitsuo's Monkeys.  Simon and Schuster, New York.

Ohhohoho, Mitsuo (1989).  Lost in the Hellish Amazon.  Vanity Press, Baltimore.

Ohhohoho, Mitsuo (1988).  "How I Found the Lost City of the Cercopithecines."  Unnatural History, Nov. 45-50.

Ohhohoho, Mitsuo (1989).  "Skeletal remains of primates from a crashed extraterrestrial vehicle in the cloudy and fault-ridden Makanza Mountains of Gabon."  Journal of Abnormal Primatology, 28:26-30.

Ohhohoho, Mitsuo (1992).  "The Mountain Monkey North of Nepal."  High Altitude Studies in the Himalayas, #86, U.S. Air Force Abstracts, Washington, D.C.

Olavarría, Pedro Tunuyán (1995).  "Mamiferos del bosque que caen africano del Subcontinente."  Diario de la Sociedad Mammal del Bosque Suramericano,  23:40-52.



Palaver, Franklin (1969).  "My Childhood Among the Croesus Monkeys."  New World Primate Journal, 27(6):42-92.

Parkes, B.L., Parkes, C.D., Parkes, H., Parkes, H.H., Parkes, J., Parkes, L.T., Parkes, M., Parkes, M.T., Parkes, R., Parkes, R.E., Parkes, R.E.L., Parkes, S., Parkes, T.T., Parkes, W.E., Parques, Francois and Smith, Basil (1977).  "Sub-terrestrial foraging of bluetail monkeys at Makokou Study Area, Gabon."  Quart. Review Forest Biol., 52:1-2.

Pigglesham, Sir Henry Wadston Peepsworth (1932).  Pigglesham's Comprehensive and Authoritative Guide to the Mouse Lemurs.  Tewkesbury, Dunstable, Welshpool, Aldershot and Axminster, Inc., Manchester, Great Britain.

Plato, Julius (390 BC).  Why Falls the Simian?  Istocles, Ionyphro, Protetus and Critia, Athens.

Plout, B.R. (1975).  "Nasal evolution: new insights."  Facial Morphology Review, 1:997-1003.

Pompington, J. Willis, Rockefeller, Buffy, and Knuckleberry, Alexander (1972).  "Air Density and Its Effect on the Plummeting Rates of African Cercopithecines at Mulobezi Monkey Station."  Falling Objects Weekly, 87:92-120.

Popkin, Dr. Polly (1985).  Being a Primate and Liking It.  HBJ, New York.

Popkin, Dr. Polly (1987).  The Inner Primate.  Primate Press, New Orleans.

Popkin, Dr. Polly (1988a).  "Ergenschpleiz, the Essential Split in Psyche Between the Great Apes and the Lesser Primates."  Journal of Psychiatric Primatology, 27:50-80.

Popkin, Dr. Polly (1988b).  "Oh, Quit Your Howling: One Woman's Advice to the World of Men."  PRIMO Monthly, Sep., 12-15.

Popkin, Dr. Polly (1989).  "Conflict and compromise in the Lesser Desert Galago of Togobogo."  Journal of Primatological Psychiatry, 27:18-30.

Popkin, Dr. Polly (1990).  "That's Why They Call Us PRIMATES!"  Pongidae Magazine, Jul., 72-89.

Punic, Kartha (523 BC).  Historie of the African Continente.  Phoenician Cultural Center Publicum, Carthage.

Putney, Arnett, III (1994).  "The Sad History and Woeful Ending of the Primate Nooz."  In 20th Century American Primate Newspapers, ed. Widen Lundale, Jr., Barnes and Goble, Cheesequake.

Putney, Msr. Gherkin (1986).  The Life and Times of Alison Swumney Putney-Swopes.  Greeb, Pulister and McCollum, Liverpool.

Preston, T.L. and Keith, Franklin (In press).  In Primate Psychology and Aberrant Behavior Patterns, ed. John Phillip Crankshaw, Harper and Row, New York.

Preston, T.L. and Keith, Franklin (1986).  "New data on cercopithecine primates of the Umbugwe."  Centr. Afr. Forest Journal, 20:502-597.

Putney, Arnett, III (1993).  “The Proud History and Woeful Ending of the Primate Nooz.”  In 20th Century American Primate Newspapers, ed. Widen Lundale, Jr., Barnes and Goble, Cheesequake.

Putney-Swopes, Alison Swumney (1978).  "My Life in Badongo-Gazimbi."  Tropic Topics, 15:90-120.

Putney-Swopes, Alison Swumney (1994).  Nocturnal plummeting in African and Asian anthropoids.  London,  Haversham Press.



Quail, Maximilian (1995). "Gas Exchange in the East African Ground Colobus." Mammalia Tanzania, 12:17-23.



Railhopper, Spiffy (1987).  "The role of the nose in socio-aesthetics."  Journal of Dubious Phenomena, 4:18-26.

Railsback, R. and Foyeme, Mbu (1986).  Primate Nesting Behavior.  Albert Schweitzer Press, Libreville.

Rickets, Harley R.  (1990).  "Surface area variations in plummeting prosimians at Nosy-Varinda Nature Reserve."  in Monkeys of Madagascar (ed. Leona Plunkett).  Chicago,  Alfred T. Bettleheim and Sons.

Roberts, Letitia P. (1984).  The Burrowing Guenon of Gabon.  St. Paul's Press, Ontario.

Rochefort-Chateauroux, Dr. Francois Quimper Bonnetable (1968).  In Search of the Fiddler Monkey.  Rochefort-Chateaurouz Institute of Simian Science, Les Ecole de Chapuiy.

Rochefort-Chateauroux, Dr. Francois Quimper Bonnetable (1990).  The French Fiddler Monkey and What Made It That Way.  Toulouse and Rennes, Amien.

Rochefort-Chateauroux, Dr. Francois Quimper Bonnetable (1973).  "Figs and Fiddlers in France: Why They Don't Mix."  Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference on Fiddler Monkey Adaptations, Vol. 12, pp. 620-622.

Rochefort-Chateauroux, Dr. Francois Quimper Bonnetable (1985).  "Fiddling Behavior in a Provisioned Group of Old World Monkeys at the Rochefort-Chateauroux Institute of Simian Science at Les Ecole de Chapuiy."  Primates and Primatologists, 10:122-210.

Rochefort-Chateauroux, Dr. Francois Quimper Bonnetable (1988).  "French Fiddler Monkeys Past and Present." Annales de Paleoprimatologie Francais, 35(3):90-110.

Rosebud, Poppy (1988).  "Controlling the Primate Problem in Hellmouth."  Star Ledger and Daily Chronicle, Hellmouth, Arizona, Apr. 28, p. 10.


  Sa'gya, Urumqi (1999). "Mongolian Primates and How They Got That Way."  Mongolian Journal of Simian Science, 32:51-55.

Sanddandtundra, Dr. Poon (1985). "Tongue Color in the Bluetongue Macaque."  Subcontinent Digest, 10:9-15.

Sanddandtundra, Dr. Poon (1989). "Ethological relationships between the various giant monkey species living north of Nepal."  Sub-continent News, May 12.

Sanddandtundra, Dr. Poon (1991).  Large Primates of the Nepalese Highlands.  Indian Primate Society Publishing Co., Chukkar 12, West Ingoosh, Bangalore.

Shakhrisyabz, Uzman (1986). "My First Encounter with an Abominable Primate."  Bombay Monkey Club Notes, 153(2):55-77.

Shakhrisyabz, Uzman (1990). "Abominable Primates of the Indian Subcontinent and Surrounding Regions."  Kashmir Journal of Primatological Oddities, 19(4):79-91.

Shakhrisyabz, Uzman (1994). "Do Abominable Primates Plummet Like Other Primates, and If So Why?"  Rafikistan Mountain Digest, 12:34-35.

Shaw, Christopher (1993).  Adrift in Noozland: The Story of My Unfortunate Association with the Primate Nooz. Potts, Packer and Polthammer, Los Angeles.

Shaw, Christopher (1994).  Annals of the Reader's Digest.  Potts, Packer and Polthammer, Los Angeles.

Shaw, Christopher (2001).  Primates and Primate Newspapers.  Potts, Packer and Polthammer, Los Angeles.

Shaw, Christopher (2002).  The Planet Zarkon and Its Role in Primate Evolution. Potts, Packer and Polthammer, Los Angeles.

Shaw, Christopher (1979).  "Inferred Plummeting Rates in West European Quadrupedal Monkeys from Finds at Blarney-Killarney Fossil Primate Site."  Reader's Digest, 728:50-51.

Shaw, Christopher  (1982).  "The application of isopropic calculus and game theorems to blue-blooded tamarin plummeting rates at Quiriquiri National Primate Park, Venezuela."  Biogenetic Mathematics,  1:1-99.

Shaw, Christopher (1985).  "Nasal Reconstruction Can Be a Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 843:58-65.

Shaw, Christopher (1986).  "Burrow Excavation Can Be a Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 859:79-84.

Shaw, Christopher (1987).  "Correlating Coevolutionary Mutualism and Phenological Asynchrony in Sympatric Homozygous Conspecifics of the Rancholabrean Time Period Can Be a Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 878:120-122.

Shaw, Christopher (1988a).  "Writing Spurious Articles for Reader's Digest Can Be a Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 883:38-46.

Shaw, Christopher (1988b).  "Being the 'Recommended Reading' Editor for Primate Nooz Can Be a Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 887:12-28.

Shaw, Christopher (1988c).  "Trying to Decide Whether to Sue Primate Nooz Can Be a Tricky Business." Reader's Digest, 891:78-84.

Shaw, Christopher (1988d).  "Commuting Between LA and Hellmouth Can Be a Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 893:52-61.

Shaw, Christopher (1989a).  "Having a Lot of Time on Your Hands Can Be a Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 894:27-35.

Shaw, Christopher (1989b).  "Being the West Coast Correspondent of the Nooz While Continuing To Recommend Good Reading For Anyone Who Makes Such a Request of Me, Carrying On My Important Work at the Page Museum, and Trying to Decide Whether to Go Any Further with My Lawsuit against Primate Nooz Can Be a Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 897:51-64.

Shaw, Christopher (1989c).  "Why I Hate the Reader's Digest."  Reader's Digest, 901:78-84.

Shaw, Christopher (1989d).  "Filing Simple Lawsuits for Fun and Profit."  Notes of the California Bar Assoc., Vol. 87, Index E, 1254-1255.

Shaw, Christopher (1989e).  "Major Building Collapses I Have Witnessed."  Reader's Digest, 906:32-44.

Shaw, Christopher (1989f).  "Some Memorable Chinese Restaurants I Have Frequented with Win Wing Wan." Reader's Digest, 908:32-40.

Shaw, Christopher (1989g).  "Coming Up with a New Format for Primate Nooz Can Be a Tricky Business." Reader's Digest, 910:52-59.

Shaw, Christopher (1990a).  "Searching for a Missing Professor in the Wierd, Wet and Wild Tropics Can Be a Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 913:9-27.

Shaw, Christopher (1990b).  "The Many Uses of Soapstone in Building a Mountain Hideaway High in the Hollywood Hills."  Reader's Digest, 916:385-399.

Shaw, Christopher (1990c).  "Aquaculture, Maintenance and Ingestion of the Gobo Root and Other Poisonous Tubers."  Reader's Digest, 921:52-65.

Shaw, Christopher (1990d).  "Travelling to Krasnoslobodsky and Back Can Be A Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 925:49-54.

Shaw, Christopher (1990e).  "Trapping Wild Stinky Galagos with Dr. Jerry Archbibble: The Experience of My Life."  Reader's Digest, 928:35-39.

Shaw, Christopher (1993a).  "Pulling the Plug on a Scam Like the Giant Nepalese Monkey Sighting Can Be A Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest, 932:18-25.

Shaw, Christopher (1993b).  "Sinking Islands Are Really Wierd!"  Reader's Digest, 933:39-43.

Shaw, Christopher (2001).  "Recognizing That Not Everyone Speaks English Can Be A Tricky Business."  Reader's Digest,  941:52-57.

Smith, Basil  (1985).  The Physics of Primate Plummeting.  Sydney, Australia,  Down Under Press.

Sobradinho, Senhor Teófilo Afonso Rosario (1982).  The Natural History of the Gobo Root.  Jesus da Lapa Bros. Press, Belo Horizonte.

Sobradinho, Senhor Teófilo Afonso Rosario (1986).  My Life in the Ancient Ant-strewn Amazon.  Jesus da Lapa Bros. Press, Belo Horizonte.

Sobradinho, Senhor Teófilo Afonso Rosario (1989).  Among the Plummeting Croesus Monkeys.  Jesus da Lapa Bros. Press, Belo Horizonte.

Sobradinho, Senhor Teófilo Afonso Rosario (1990).  The Day We Lost Mitsuo Ohhohoho.  Jesus da Lapa Bros. Press, Belo Horizonte.

Sobradinho, Senhor Teófilo Afonso Rosario (1989).  "What Is The Gobo Root?"  Primate Nooz, 89(3):3-4.

Soustons, Marennes Pauillac (1997). "Comment j'ai découvert que les singes africains sauvages de forêt tous ne descendent pas à la même cadence et épuisé tout mon congé de maladie." Examen de la Fédération Descendante de Primat de Sub-Sahara, 19:49-61.

Spouty, Ralph (1955).  "Hunting the Hell Monkey of Gabon."  Field and Stream, December, pp. 58-68.

Stevens, R.B.D. (1981).  "Nose-eating during times of resource scarcity among Australian aborigines."  Austr. J. Nat. Hist., 39:51-79.

Stilwell, Roger B. (1969).  "Creation Myths Among the Fang in the Ogooue Basin of Gabon."  Centr. Afr. J. Anthrop., 27:12-56.

St. John, Professor Bimini (1980).  "Intraspecific differences in plummeting behavior of A. caribbeanii on the islands of Saba, St. Eustatius, St.-Barthelemy, Anguilla and Sombrero."  In Petersen's Illustrated Almanac of Caribbean Primates, ed. Frank Miller, Abaco Press, Codrington, Barbuda and Antigua.

Streebs-Watley, Sir Arthur Baslington Chillingford, B.D.S., Q.P. (1883).  "My Adventures Among the Giant Nose-Eaters of Senegal, Wherein I Lost My Best Hat."  National Conservation Weekly, 527:79-120.

Streebs-Watley, Sir Arthur Baslington Chillingford, B.D.S., Q.P. (1893).  "The Century Is Almost Over And We Still Don't Know A Hoot In Hell About Primate Plummeting Rates."  National Conservation Weekly, 537:71-192.



Takahashi, S. and Nishida, R. (1987).  "Discovery of Sub-fossil Guenons in Gabonese Caves on the Ivindo River." Nature, 325:56-61.

Takeshitahara, Takeshi (1985).  "Samurai Rice Carvings of the Yorimoto Shogunate."  Nipponese Journal of the Rice Carving Arts, 434:97-102.

Thorshofn-Thorshofn, Snorri Skafta (1996).  The Life and Times of Leif Englanberg and Olaf Petersen. Stykkisholmur Press, Raufarhofn.

Throcton, M.L.  Pers comm.



Utterfinger, Samson P. (1990).  "Seasonal Insect Consumption of Giant Pygmy Chimpanzees."  In Adaptations for Foraging in African Pongids, ed. Edward Marshall and William P. Barnesdale, Harvard University Press, Cambridge.



Vanhammerfest, Professor Rolf Sigurd (1940). Adrift on a Greenland Icecap Looking for Snow Monkeys in the Dead of Winter.  Trondheim, Kristiansund, Haarfarger and Grieg, Oslo.

Vanhammerfest, Professor Rolf Sigurd (1950).  One Against the Ice: How Frostbite and Other Inconveniences Turned My Eyes Toward the Tropics and Made Me a Primatologist.  Bruce W. Bruce and Bruce, Philadelphia.

Vanhammerfest, Professor Rolf Sigurd (1982).  History of Flekkesund College.  Trondheim, Kristiansund, Haarfarger, Grieg and Rossefjord, Oslo.

Vanhammerfest, Professor Rolf Sigurd (1928).  "Why I Believe That Monkeys Originated in Snowbound Climates and Not in the Tropics."  Colonial Paleoprimatology Review, 138:77-95.

Vanhammerfest, Professor Rolf Sigurd (1937).  "Monkeys and Snowballs: Do They Plummet at the Same Rate?" Nordic News, Jan. 20, p. 18.

Vanhammerfest, Professor Rolf Sigurd (1988).  "A Hundred Years Old and Still Chasing Monkeys."  Record of the Nordic Society, 158:62-82.

Van Klein, Lester (1986).  "Early hominid smelling prowess as an adaptation for a hunting mode of life."  Historical Nasology, 21:28-34.

Vann, Mark R. (1983).  "Nasal Divergence Between the Old World monkeys and the Great Apes."  Proc. Nasal Soc. Lond., 110:210-290.

Vesoul, Gourdon (1992).  "Préférences de fruit chez les singes francais mâles de fiddler d'adulte."  Journal Européen Anormal de Primatologie, 18:40-50.

Vesoul, Gourdon (1998). "Une nouvelle espèce de lemur de souris de réserve de nature de Nosy-Varinda." 23ème Conférence Internationale sur les Adaptations de Prosimian, Vol. II, pp.1042-1043.

von Chechowice-Dziedzice, Dr. Professor Miedzyrzecz (1983).  "The Influence of Substrate Composition on Post-Plummeting Mortality in Famous Polish Primates."  Nature, 309:39-43.

von Chechowice-Dziedzice, Dr. Professor Miedzyrzecz and Koscierzyna, Choszczno (1988).  Eleven Famous Polish Primates of the Twentieth Century. Warsaw Natural History Association Press, Warsaw.

von Gobbles-Schnappeshausen, Gen. Johann Friedrich Battenburg (1982).  "Ruckgang der Anzahl Erwachsenen Callitrichidae."  Die Zeitschrift der Deutschen Primaten Gesselschaft, 73(5):29-81.

von Schnappeshausen, Baron Heimlich (1740).  Schnappeshausen's Guide to Tropical Forests.  University of Heidelberg Press, Heidelberg.



Waddamana, Mawbanna and Smith, Basil (1977).  "Taxonomic Implications of Similarities in Social Structure and Behavior of Tarsiers and Orangutans."  Swiss Journal of Primatology, 1(1):1.

Waddamana, Mawbanna and Smith, Basil (1980).  "Using the 36" Telescope at Chudleigh-Lilydale Royal Tasmanian Primatological Observatory To Try To Determine Primate Plummeting Rates."  Tasman Star, Jul. 12, p. 15.

Waddamana, Mawbanna and Smith, Basil (1984).  "Tasmania, An Island Totally Free of Plummeting Primates." Mole Creek Monitor, April 22, Sunday Science Section p. 15.

Waddamana, Mawbanna and Smith, Basil (1987).  "Relative Paucity of Platyrrhine Primates on Tasmania as Revealed by the 36" Telescope at the Chudleigh-Lilydale Royal Tasmanian Primatological Observatory at Mole Creek."  Australian Natural Science Magazine, 51:78-90.

Wan, Win Wing (1981).  Monkeys, Monkeys, Monkeys.  Three Principles Primate Academy Press, Beijing.

Wan, Win Wing (1963).  "Toxic Vegetation and How To Know When You've Had Enough."  Primate Week, 2:9-10.

Wan, Win Wing (1978).  "Plummeting Primates and the Chinese Revolution."  Newsletter of the Mao Tse-Tung Revolutionary Primate Society, No. 6, 13-15.

Wan, Win Wing (1983).  "The Inscrutable Tarsier: Just What the Heck Is It?"  Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Primatology (London), Vol. VIII, 285-460.

Wan, Win Wing (1988a).  "Parthenogenesis and How To Tell If You Have It."  New China News Agency Science Bulletin, 268:12-13.

Wan, Win Wing (1988b).  "The Lonely Life and Miserable Death of Wu-Shi, the 3000-Year Old Gorilla." PRIMATE LIFE, 16(12):8-28.

Wan, Win Wing (1988c).  "The Trials and Tribulations of a Beijing Zoo Director."  Primate Week, 27:12-16.

Wan, Win Wing (1988d).  "What Is The Tarsier?"  Primate Nooz, 88(7):3.

Wan, Win Wing (1989).  "It's No Fun Having Chinaman's Elbow."  West Malaysia Medical Bulletin, 22:19-23.

Waters, Delores McKenzie (1964).  The Week of the Bluetail.  Shoestring Press, Akron.

Watley-Treedle, Sir Sprockett (1912).  "Driving Behavior of African Pongids."  In Encyclopedia of Myrmecophagic Primates, ed. Richard Lousing-Smith, H. Stuphy and Sons, London.

Wickerson, David (1970).  "Why don't gibbons pick their noses?"  Unnatural History, May, pp. 78-91.

Williker-Rogers, Maxine (1972).  "The Bluetail: Yet Another Example of Female Superiority in Nature."  Ms, Sep., 23-27.

Williker-Rogers, Maxine (1973).  "Mobbing Behavior of Wild Bluetail Monkeys in Central Africa."  Primates, 14:90-102.

Winklehurter, Frank  (1990).  "New Fossil Discovery of Alpine Wheezing Macaque from Les Beguey, France." Monkey Monthly,  59:41-45.

Wottenham, Chesley P.W. (1936).  "Nose-picking variations between two separated sub-species of gorillas: Gorilla gorilla graueri in eastern Zaire and Gorilla gorilla gorilla in Cameroun."  Unpublished thesis, Oxford University.



Xicotencatl, Georg (1959).  "Adaptive radiation and behavior of West Mexican primates."  Mexico Monkey, 12:19-25.



Yarnell, Peter R. (1985).  "Nasal detritus: a nutritional view."  Nutrition Monthly, 92:51-55.

Yarnell, Peter R. (1988).  "Boogers: Disgusting Substance or Overlooked Resource?"  U.N. Report on Third World Protein Deficiencies and Sources, No. 2022, 121-159.

Yates, Chester C. (1964).  "The relationship of nose size to smelling prowess in mammals."  Mammalia, 101:23-34.

Home Page