Owl-faced Guenon

A notoriously shy and elusive primate, owl-faced guenons are classified as Vulnerable under IUCN criteria and are near endemics to the Albertine Rift. As very little is known about owl-faced guenon ecology and  conservation status throughout their limited range in central Africa, Nyungwe provides an import research and conservation area for this species.


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Biodiversity surveys of the Nyungwe Forest Reserve

Author(s): Andrew J. Plumptre, Michel Masozera, Peter J. Fashing, Alastair McNeilage, Corneille Ewango, Beth A. Kaplin, and Innocent Liengola

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