Mogi-Guaçu Biological Reserve

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Mogi-Guaçu Biological Reserve is a biological reserve located in the State of São Paulo, Brazil. Created by State Law nº. 12.500 de 1942, it has an area of 469 ha. The eastern Brazilian primate C. p. Nigrifons occurs in the Mogi-Guaçu Experimental Station which has about two or three groups of primates.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jane Thornback, Martin Jenkins, Threatened mammalian taxa of the Americas and the Australasian zoogeographic, pg. 156, International Union for Conservation of Nature and Narural Resources (1982), ISBN 2-88032-600-1

Coordinates: 22°22′15″S 46°56′16″W / 22.37083°S 46.93778°W / -22.37083; -46.93778