Presbytis bicolor | Black-and-white Langur

 

Good spot: Teluk Kuantan, Riau Province, Sumatra, Indonesia

Primatology

 

Taxonomy & Occurrence

Presbytis bicolor is a monotypic species (no subspecies). It is found only in East Central Sumatra, from the Indragiri River in the north to the Batang Hari River in the south [1].

 

IUCN Conservation Status

Data Deficient

 

 

© Wilson Novarino

Riau Province, Indonesia

References

[1] Roos C., Boonratana R., Supriatna J., Fellowes J.R., Groves C.P., Nash S.D., Rylands A.B. & Mittermeier R.A., 2014. An updated taxonomy and conservation status review of Asian primates. Asian Primates Journal 4(1): 2-38.

 

 

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