Fig. 1 | Scientific Data

Fig. 1

From: Ecological traits of the world’s primates

Fig. 1

Summary of the ecological traits of the world’s primates included in the database. From left to right pictures represent: (1) home range size gradient from small to large; (2) locomotion types are terrestrial, both locomotion types, and arboreal; (3) diel activity includes diurnal, nocturnal and cathemeral; (4) trophic guild includes folivore, folivore-frugivore, frugivore, insectivore, omnivore, and gummivore (the latter not depicted); (5) body mass gradient from small to large; (6) habitat type includes seven categories (see text) but only two are depicted as examples (forest and savannah); (7) IUCN conservation status includes seven categories, with five depicted here (CR critically endangered, EN endangered, VU vulnerable, NT near threatened and LC least concern); (8) population trend is represented by three graphs indicating increasing, stable and decreasing populations; and (9) geographic realm is represented by a global map. Images used with permission from Microsoft.

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