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Family Cercopithecidae[edit]

Subfamily Colobinae[edit]

Comments: Split from P. pennantii (Groves, 2007a).[1]
Comments: Split to Piliocolobus bouvieri (Groves, 2007a).[1]
Comments: Split to Piliocolobus oustaleti (Groves, 2007a).[1]
Comments: Split to Piliocolobus parmentieri (Groves, 2007a).[1] Correctness of this spelling (as opposed to parmentierorum) supported by Hoffmann et al. (2009).
Comments: Split from P. foai (Groves, 2007a).
Comments: Split from P. foai (Groves, 2007a).[1]
Comments: Split from P. foai (Groves, 2007a).[1] Correctness of this spelling (as opposed to parmentierorum) supported by Hoffmann et al. (2009).
Comments: Split from P. foai (Groves, 2007a).[1]
Comments: Split from P. badius (Groves, 2007a).[1]
Comments: Transferred from T. vetulus (Karanth, 2010).[2]
Comments: Split from T. germaini (Roos et al., 2008).[3] [Or was it from T. villosus?]
Comments: Split from T. auratus (Roos et al., 2008).[3]

Family Atelidae[edit]

Subfamily Alouattinae[edit]

Comments: Split from A. guariba (=A. fusca) (Gregorin, 2006).[4]
Comments: Formerly known as A. guariba (Gregorin, 2006).[4]
Comments: Split from A. seniculus (Gregorin, 2006).[4]
Comments: Split to A. juara (Gregorin, 2006).[4]
Comments: Formerly known as A. pigra (Brandon-Jones, 2006).[5]

Family Cebidae[edit]

Subfamily Aotinae[edit]

Comments: Formerly seen as a separate family, but see Perelman et al., (2011).[6]

Subfamily Callitrichinae[edit]

Original description: Van Roosmalen, M.G.M.; Van Roosmalen, T.; Mittermeier, R.A.; de Fonseca, G.A.B. (1998). "A new and distinctive species of marmoset (Callitrichidae, Primates) from the Lower Rio Aripuanã, State of Amazonas, Central Brazilian Amazonia". Goeldiana Zoologia 22: 1–27. 
Comments: Sometimes placed in a separate genus Callibella, but here included in Mico following Schneider et al. (2012).[7]
Comments: Does not include S. illigeri, S. leucogenys, S. nigrifrons, S. lagonotus, or S. weddelli (Matauschek et al., 2011).[8]
Comments: Merged into S. nigricollis (Matauschek et al., 2011).[8]
Comments: Split from S. fuscicollis (Matauschek et al., 2011).[8]
Comments: Split from S. fuscicollis (Matauschek et al., 2011).[8]
Comments: Split from S. fuscicollis (Matauschek et al., 2011).[8]
Comments: Includes S. graellsi (Matauschek et al., 2011).[8]
Original description: Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, I. (1851). Catalogue méthodique de la collection des mammifères, de la collection des oiseaux et des collections annexes. Paris: Gide et Baudry. 
Comments: Split from S. fuscicollis (Matauschek et al., 2011).[8]
Comments: Split from S. fuscicollis to include S. melanoleucus (Matauschek et al., 2011).[8]

Subfamily Cebinae[edit]

Comments: Split from C. apella (Rylands & Mittermeier, 2009).[9]

Family Galagidae[edit]

Comments: Split from G. zanzibaricus (Butynski et al., 2006).[10]

Extinct[edit]

Family Cebidae[edit]

Family Pitheciidae[edit]

McKenna/Bell classification[edit]

According to Mammal classification#McKenna/Bell classification

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Groves, C.P. (2007). "The taxonomic diversity of the Colobinae of Africa". Journal of Anthropological Sciences 85: 7–34. 
  2. ^ Karanth, K.P. (2010). "Molecular systematics and conservation of the langurs and leaf monkeys of South Asia". Journal of Genetics 89 (4): 393–399. 
  3. ^ a b Roos, Christian; Nadler, Tilo; Walter, Lutz (2008). "Mitochondrial phylogeny, taxonomy and biogeography of the silvered langur species group (Trachypithecus cristatus)". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 47 (2): 629–636. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2008.03.006. PMID 18406631.  edit
  4. ^ a b c d Gregorin, R. (2006). "Taxonomia e variação geográfica das espécies do gênero Alouatta Lacépède (Primates, Atelidae) no Brasil". Revista Brasileira de Zoologia 23: 64–144. doi:10.1590/S0101-81752006000100005.  edit
  5. ^ Brandon-Jones, Douglas (2006). "Apparent Confirmation that Alouatta villosa (Gray, 1845) is a Senior Synonym of A. pigra Lawrence, 1933 as the Species-Group Name for the Black Howler Monkey of Belize, Guatemala and Mexico". Primate Conservation 21: 41. doi:10.1896/0898-6207.21.1.41.  edit
  6. ^ Perelman, P.; Johnson, W. E.; Roos, C.; Seuánez, H. N.; Horvath, J. E.; Moreira, M. A. M.; Kessing, B.; Pontius, J.; Roelke, M.; Rumpler, Y.; Schneider, M. P.; Silva, A.; O'Brien, S. J.; Pecon-Slattery, J. (2011). Brosius, Jürgen, ed. "A molecular phylogeny of living primates". PLoS Genetics 7 (3): e1001342. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1001342. PMC 3060065. PMID 21436896.  edit
  7. ^ Schneider, H.; Bernardi, J. A. R.; Da Cunha, D. B.; Tagliaro, C. H.; Vallinoto, M.; Ferrari, S. F.; Sampaio, I. (2012). "A molecular analysis of the evolutionary relationships in the Callitrichinae, with emphasis on the position of the dwarf marmoset". Zoologica Scripta 41: 1. doi:10.1111/j.1463-6409.2011.00502.x.  edit
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h Matauschek, Christian; Roos, Christian; Heymann, Eckhard W. (2011). "Mitochondrial phylogeny of tamarins (Saguinus, Hoffmannsegg 1807) with taxonomic and biogeographic implications for the S. nigricollis species group". American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144 (4): 564–574. doi:10.1002/ajpa.21445. PMID 21404233.  edit
  9. ^ Rylands, A.B.; Mittermeier, R.A. (2009). "The diversity of the New World primates (Platyrrhini): An annotated taxonomy". In Garber, P.A.; Estrada, A.; Bicca-Marques, J.C. et al. South American Primates. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC. pp. 23–54. doi:10.1007/978-0-387-78705-3. ISBN 978-0-387-78704-6. 
  10. ^ Butynski, T. M.; De Jong, Y. A.; Perkin, A. W.; Bearder, S. K.; Honess, P. E. (2006). "Taxonomy, Distribution, and Conservation Status of Three Species of Dwarf Galagos (Galagoides) in Eastern Africa". Primate Conservation 21: 63–79. doi:10.1896/0898-6207.21.1.63.  edit