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Northern lesser galago (Galago senegalensis)

Nash - senegalensis

Repetitive caller

Social cohesion

0601

Honks Lake Eyasi, Tanzania
By A. Perkin
Advertising and re-assembly call of both males and females. Single low pitched buzzing units given in, metronome-like, regular series of very variable length. Each individual sounds different in tone and the intensity can vary
0602

Honks Meru National Park, Kenya
By T. Butynski & Y. de Jong
Advertising and re-assembly call of both males and females. Single low pitched buzzing units given in, metronome-like, regular series of very variable length. Each individual sounds different in tone and the intensity can vary

Anxiety and alarm

0603

Shivering stutter Tanzania
By A. Perkin
Shivering stutter as for Galago moholi. Mild alarm often with yaps
0604

Yaps, often with grunts Lower Tana River, Kenya
By T. Butynski
Trumpeting yaps repeated for long periods in a continuous series (60 mins or more). Also reedy yaps repeated rapidly and becoming squeaky
0605

Yaps, often with grunts Lower Tana River, Kenya
By T. Butynski
Trumpeting yaps repeated for long periods in a continuous series (60 mins or more). Also reedy yaps repeated rapidly and becoming squeaky
0606

Explosive cough or snort, followed by yaps Togo Always with a tin trumpet quality – sequences of snorts and yaps
0607

Tjong Togo Plaintive descending call

 

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