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Small-eared greater galago (Otolemur garnettii)

Nash_garnettii_lasiotis

Trailing caller

Social cohesion

0201
 Trailing call Ruvu, Tanzania
By A. Perkin
Advertising call of both males and females. Rapid series of loud notes, trailing towards the end. May invoke trailing calls or short squawks from others
0202
Trailing call Rondo, Tanzania
By P. Honess
Advertising call of both males and females. Rapid series of loud notes, trailing towards the end. May invoke trailing calls or short squawks from others
0203
Short squawk Pemba, Tanzania
By A. Perkin
Often preceding or immediately following the trailing call

Anxiety and alarm

0204
Knock (with squawk and cackle) Lower Tana River, Kenya
By T. Butynski
Mild alarm
0205
Knock (with squawk and cackle) By T. Butynski Mild alarm
0206
Moans/groans with squawk and creak Meru National Park, Kenya
By T. Butynski & Y. de Jong
Low pitched rumbling notes between other calls
0207
Squawk alone Rondo, Tanzania
By P. Honess
Series of single or double unit loud calls, repeated many times. Second unit often brief. Sometimes in chorus. Variable in pitch and speed of repetition. Grades from knocks
0208
Squawk alone Pemba, Tanzania
By A. Perkin
Series of single or double unit loud calls, repeated many times. Second unit often brief. Sometimes in chorus. Variable in pitch and speed of repetition. Grades from knocks
0209
Creak alone Tanzania
By A. Perkin
 
0210
Chatter Rondo, Tanzania
By P. Honess
 
0211
Cackle grading in intensity as alarm increases Rondo, Tanzania
By P. Honess
Cackle may be interspersed with squawks or creaks. A series of more drawn out notes, descending over 6-8 units

Agonistic contact

0212
Zipping call Lower Tana River, Kenya
By T. Butynski
 
0213
Zipping call Tanzania
By A. Perkin
 

 

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