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[[circled]] 61 [[/circled]] [[underlined]] Cebus capucinus, [[/underlined]] Aug. 23, 1961, VII -hing [[watching]] Osk. Leave 6:10. [[next paragraph has three vertical lines and hatched line in left margin]] Thinking things over, I wouldn't be at all surprised if Osk's SS (or SS & bounce) were a "learned signal". [[underlined]] Cebus capucinus [[/underlined]], I September 14, 1966 Barro Colorado 7:53 am. Barbour Trail. Come across group A. One AlB when we first arrive Then several single MGB's (very plaintive) by sub-adult near us. Sometimes with JUD. Sometimes without. NOTE: This group is used to being fed by Oppenheimer. Sub adult uttering MGB's is approaching us. MGB's usually with little or no facial expression. Possibly PL. 7:59. Now several more inds. approaching. Adults? All uttering occas. single MGB's and [[circled]] MGB-AlB [[/circled]]'s. Single Double-toothed Kite with band. Group rather widely scattered. Inds ranging 2-100 ft apart. 10-75 ft up. More plaintive MGB's. Also S Trll's & Wstl's in neighborhood. Apparently all uttered by 1 ind (invisible). Now see ind. uttering S Trll's. It is 1/2 grown young. Quite independent. Band gradually moves off. Stop vocalizing when they get some distance from us. (Altho [[underlined]] still [[/underlined]] making noisy movements) Then start to utter more MGB's and S Trll's when we catch up
Discovered on another page that Osk is short for Oskar, so I changed all Orks to Osk.
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