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SPECIES Callicebus (Torquatus) lugens

Author:Humboldt, 1811.
Citation:Rec. Observ. Zool.: 319.
Common Name:Black Titi
Type Locality:Venezuela, Amazonas state, near San Fernando de Atabapo, at confluence of Rio Orinoco and Rio Guaviare.
Distribution:Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela, west of Rio Branco and north of Rios Negro/Uaupes/Vaupes; then west of Rio Apaporis and north of Rio Caqueta, east of Andes north to Rio Tomo, possibly to Rio Orinoco but known to reach the Orinoco only between Rio Caura and Rio Caroni (van Roosmalen et al., 2002).
Status:CITES Appendix II; IUCN Lower Risk (lc).
Comments:Subgenus Torquatus. Separated as a species from C. torquatus by van Roosmalen et al. (2002).
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Synonyms:

    duida Allen, 1914
    vidua (Lesson, 1840)

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