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ATELES FUSCICEPS INDEX - Nov. 22, 1960

low intensity "greeting"; 29. Hostile?; 30
By juveniles. Silent; 9. As "greeting"; 35. With higher intensity Ord B Notes; 4.
By adults. With MFB; 19. With S - [[Nll's?]], but [[underlined]] not [[/underlined]] L [[Nll's?]]; 44. Adults do not do silent "greeting" PL to me; 35.

[[underline]] MO. [[/underline]] By adults. Description; 22, 38. "Silent" MFB?; 44. As "greeting"; 38. To me; 45 [[underlined]] To geoffroyi [[/underlined]]; 45
By sub-adult. To me, with [[pli?]]; 56

[[underlined]] BT. [[/underlined]] By adults. Description; 22, 38 Silent; 22. With Agg B and Jnd; 22.

4. [[underlined]] Ritualized Movements [[/underlined]]

[[underlined]] Lsh. [[/underlined]] By sub-adult. With MO. To me. 56.

[[underlined]] Protruding Tongue. [[/underlined]] By juvenile; 14. Hostile.

[[underlined]] Sct. [[/underlined]] By adults. Description; 23.
By juveniles. Silent, when mildly disturbed; 8, 13. Silent, before B; 5. During Squ and B; 8 With Ord B and (less frequently) Agg B; 5. 
By infant. Silent, when mildly disturbed; 8, 13.
Companion of infant and juvenile Sct with autochthonous [[scratching?]]

Transcription Notes:
Minor edits. Removed [[indent]] as formatting notation other than in instructions unnecessary. See blue help tab above right. MFB = abb. for muffled barking Sct = abb. for scratching Still not sure about [[Nll's?]] - could possibly be Trills? But it looks like Nll's or Till's so have left as is but with brackets and question mark to indicate uncertainty

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