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Boyle, Sarah A., Thompson, Cynthia L., Deluycker, Anneke, Alvarez, Silvia J., Alvim, Thiago H. G., Aquino, Rolando, Bezerra, Bruna M., Boubli, Jean P., Bowler, Mark, Caselli, Christini Barbosa, Chagas, Renata R. D., Ferrari, Stephen F., Fontes, Isadora P., Gregory, Tremaine, Haugaasen, Torbjørn, Heiduck, Stefanie, Hores, Rose, Lehman, Shawn, de Melo, Fabiano R., Moreira, Leandro S., Moura, Viviane S., Nagy-Reis, Mariana, Palacios, Erwin, Palminteri, Suzanne, Peres, Carlos A., et al. 2015. Geographic comparison of plant genera used in frugivory among the pitheciids Cacajao, Callicebus, Chiropotes, and Pithecia. American Journal of Primatology, doi:10.1002/ajp.22422

Gregory, Tremaine and Bowler, Mark. 2015. Male-male affiliation and cooperation characterize the social behavior of the large-bodied pitheciids, Chiropotes and Cacajao: A review. American Journal of Primatology, doi:10.1002/ajp.22404

Gregory, Tremaine, Lunde, Darrin, Zamora-Meza, Hugo and Carrasco-Rueda, Farah. 2015. Records of Coendouichillus (Rodentia, Erethizontidae) from the Lower Urubamba Region of Peru. ZooKeys, 509: 109-121. doi:10.3897/zookeys.509.9821

Shaffer, Christopher A., Barnett, Adrian A., Gregory, Tremaine, de Melo, Fabiano, Moreira, Leandro, Alvim, Thiago H. G., Moura, Viviane S., Filó, Anderson, Cardoso, Tatiane, Port-Carvalho, Marcio, dos Santos, Ricardo Rodrigues and Boyle, Sarah A. 2015. Mixed-species associations in cuxiús (genus Chiropotes). American Journal of Primatology, doi:10.1002/ajp.22433

Gregory, Tremaine, Mullett, Amanda and Norconk, Marilyn A. 2014. Strategies for navigating large areas: A GIS spatial ecology analysis of the bearded saki monkey, Chiropotes sagulatus, in Suriname. American Journal of Primatology, 76(6): 586-595. doi:10.1002/ajp.22251

Gregory, Tremaine, Rueda, Farah Carrasco, Deichmann, Jessica L., Kolowski, Joseph and Alonso, Alfonso. 2014. Arboreal camera trapping: Taking a proven method to new heights. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 5(5): 443-451. doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12177

Gregory, Tremaine and Norconk, Marilyn A. 2013. Bearded saki socioecology: affiliative male–male interactions in large, free-ranging primate groups in Suriname. Behaviour, : 1-41. doi:10.1163/1568539X-00003138

Gregory, Tremaine and Norconk, Marilyn A. 2013. Comparative socioecology of sympatric, free-ranging white-faced and bearded saki monkeys in Suriname: preliminary data. In: Evolutionary Biology and Conservation of Titis, Sakis and Uacaris. Cambridge University Press,(Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology) pp.285-294.

Gregory, Tremaine, Carrasco Rueda, Farah, Deichmann, Jessica L., Kolowski, Joseph, Costa Faura, Marcel, Dallmeier, Francisco and Alonso, Alfonso. 2013. Methods To Establish Canopy Bridges To Increase Natural Connectivity in Linear Infrastructure Development Society of Petroleum Engineers. (SPE Latin-America Conference on Health, Safety, Environment & Social Responsibility in the Oil and Gas Industry, Jun 26 - 27, 2013; )

Gregory, Tremaine, Carrasco Rueda, F., Deichmann, Jessica L., Kolowski, J. and Alonso, Alfonso. 2012. Primates of the Lower Urubamba Region, Peru, with comments on other mammals. Neotropical Primates, 19(1): 16-23.

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