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The library has both physical and digital book collections.
The most important thing to know about the physical books is the Library of Congress call number for primates. It is QL 737. Most of the books about primates are in that area.
Physical books of Interest
These can be found using the book catalog. The best option is to just go upstairs and browse. The first book, Walker's Primates of the World is on Reserve in the library. You must use it in the library. You MUST have a student ID to use the book.
Walker's Primates of the World by
Call Number: QL 737 .P9 N66 1999
Publication Date: 1999-10-28
This book contains the taxonomy, distribution, and behaviors of most primates. Most entries are short but very descriptive.
Introduction to the Primates by
Call Number: QL 737 .P9 S82
Publication Date: 1998-01-01
Short descriptions of primate species, with an anatomical focus.
How Monkeys See the World by
Call Number: QL 737 .P93 C44 1992
Publication Date: 1992-04-15
Covers primate social behavior and communication in detail.
Digital Book Collections
The library has two e-Book collections, EBSCO eBooks and Ebook Central. Search broadly for primates or for primate behavior or some other topic. Searching for species names usually finds nothing. Use the book index to find species-specific information.