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Primate Research in Eastern Africa

The Eastern Africa Primate Diversity and Conservation Program is a long term research program based in Kenya. The program, founded in 2003, focuses mainly on primate biogeography, diversity, taxonomy and conservation in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. However, the program also looks into the biogeography of other African mammals including the desert warthog, various antilope species and the African golden cat.

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    Historic and current distribution, abundance, and habitats of Roosevelt’s sable antelope Hippotragus niger roosevelti (Heller, 1910)(Cerartiodactyla: Bovidae) in Kenya

    New publication: Kenya’s sable population declined from >235 individuals in the mid-1970s to ca. 60 individuals in 2015 (>74% decline in 40 years).

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    Diplolophium africanum: A common but little-known plant on Lolldaiga Hills Ranch, Kenya

    One of most widespread, common, distinctive, and little-known plants on Lolldaiga Hills Ranch is Diplolophium africanum, a member of the Carrot Family. The species is not edible to any vertebrates except, perhaps donkeys.

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    Laikipia, Kenya 2016

    Biodiversity of central Kenya’s Laikipia Plateau. Photographs by Yvonne de Jong & Tom Butynski

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