Tamarins | Genus Saguinus

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S. fuscicollis 

Spix's Saddle-back Tamarin

S. bicolor 

| Pied Tamarin

S. oedipus 

| Cotton-top Tamarin

S. mystax 

| Moustached Tamarin

S. midas 

| Golden-handed Tamarin

S. niger 

| Black-handed Tamarin

S. nigricollis 

| Black-mantled Tamarin

S. lagonotus 

Red-Mantled Saddle-back Tamarin

S. melanoleucus 

White-mantled Tamarin

S. imperator 

| Emperor Tamarin

S. labiatus 

| Red-bellied Tamarin

S. inustus 

| Mottle-faced Tamarin

S. martinsi 

| Martins's Tamarin

S. fuscus 

Lesson's Saddle-back Tamarin

S. tripartitus 

|Golden-mantled Tamarin

S. leucopus 

| White-footed Tamarin

S. illigeri 

| Illiger's Saddle-back Tamarin

S. nigrifrons 

Geoffroy's Saddle-back Tamarin

S. weddelli 

Weddell's Saddle-back Tamarin

S. leucogenys 

Andean Saddle-back Tamarin



Schreber, J.C.D. 1775 | Die Säugthiere, in Abbildungen nach der Natur, mit Beschreibungen. Public domain. Accessed via the Nash Collection of Primates in Art and Illustration. Local Identifier: PCLArts.PCLA3246.bib


Stephen Nash | © Conservation International 


© Adam Hermans


Priscilla Barret | © Ed Solar. Accessed via Mammals’ Planet


Priscilla Barret | © Ed Solar. Accessed via Mammals’ Planet


© Keulemans J.G. Accessed via Mammals’ Planet 


© 1999 Iwokrama International Centre for Rain Forest Conservation and Development. Accessed via Mammals’ Planet


Priscilla Barret | © Ed Solar. Accessed via Mammals’ Planet


Cruz Lima, Eladio da, and Agnes Chagas. 1945 | Mammals of Amazonia. Accessed via the Nash Collection of Primates in Art and Illustration. Local Identifier: PCLArts.PCLA1044.bib


© Mitchell Beazley. Accessed via Mammals’ Planet

Photo & illustration references


S. bicolor



S. fuscicollis 


S. geoffroyi


S. imperator


S. labiatus


S. leucopus


S. midas


S. mystax


S. nigricollis



S. oedipus

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