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[[circled]] ii [[/circled]] ATELES FUSCICEPS INDEX - Nov. 22, 1960 20. Lower intensity than MJB; 20. [[underlined]] B Complex. [[/underlined]] By juveniles, description; 3 B patterns of juveniles sometimes low intensity; 8. [[underlined]] Infantile B. [[/underlined]] Only by infants. Equivalent to the Ord B of juveniles?; 7 Description. Fart-like; 6, 7. short series; 8. Intergrading with Nll?; 30. "Nondescript" B, as "greeting", with PL, associated with S Nll's; 32. Associated with Squ; 6, 7. More aggressive than Squ?; 8. General comment, relationships to Squ; 8. Part of Mu-Snort-B series; 33. Closely related to Snorts; 33. [[underlined]] Agg. B. [[/underlined]] By juveniles. Description, monosyllabic, deeper, harsher and more grunt-like than other B patters; often with attack movements and/or Jud; 3. Almost certainly aggressive. By adults, with Jud and/or BT; 22, 40. Also aggressive. [[underlined]] Ord B. [[/underlined]] By infants, description; 10, 13. By juveniles. Description, monosyllabic at low intensities, bisyllabic at higher intensities ("Oo-uh"); 3. Sometimes with ratchet-like quality; 4. Sometimes groan-like, 4. Very long series typical; 4. Higher intensity notes with PL; 4. Usually produced when attack and escape drives approximately balanced; 3. Escape strongest in most groan-like notes; 4. By adults. Comparable to Howling; 20, 21. Higher intensity than InfB?; 21. [[underlined]]InfB.[[/underlined]] By adults. General description; 18, 19, 40. Hoarse,
Seriously, he does describe some monkey calls as "Fart-like" in later parts of the diary. Two monkeys called S and L.
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