This chapter summarizes the major features of previously unpublished recordings of red colobus vocalizations and speculates on their phylogenetic implications. It compares loud calls between taxa in terms of their function, stimulus situations, and sex of the vocalizer. Finally, it considers the possible semantic content of some of these vocalizations.
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