Ian Colquhoun
Department of Anthropology

      

The University of Western Ontario

 

Publications

Chapters
in prep. Contributing author -- Black lemur (Eulemur macaco macaco -- Linnaeus, 1766), and Sclater's lemur (Eulemur macaco flavifrons -- Gray, 1867). In: Living Primates (Noel Rowe, ed.). Pogonias Press, East Hampton, New York (planned publication date late 2006/early 2007).

in press Anti-predator Strategies of Cathemeral Primates: Dealing with Predators of the Day
and the Night. In: Primate Anti-Predator Strategies, Sharon Gursky and Anna Nekaris (eds.). Developments in Primatology: Progress and Prospects, Series Editor, Russell Tuttle. Springer (Kluwer Academic Publishing -- planned publication date 2007).

2005 Primates in the Forest: Sakalava Ethnoprimatology and Synecological Relations
with Black Lemurs at Ambato Massif, Madagascar; pp. 90-117 in: Commensalism and Conflict: The human- primate interface, James D. Paterson and Janette Wallis (eds.). Special Topics in Primatology, Series Editor, J. Wallis. American Society of Primatologists, Norman, Oklahoma.

2003 Birkinshaw, C. and Colquhoun, I.C. Lemur Food Plants; pp. 1207-1220 in: Natural History of Madagascar, Steven Goodman and Jonathan Benstead (eds.). University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

1993a The Socioecology of Eulemur macaco : A Preliminary Report; pp. 11-23 in: Lemur Social Systems and Their Ecological Basis (P.M. Kappeler and J.U. Ganzhorn, eds.). Proceedings of a symposium on lemur socioecology at the 14th Congress of the International Primatological Society, Strasbourg, France, Aug. 1992. Plenum Press, New York.

Papers in Refereed Journals
2006 Predation and Cathemerality: Comparing the Impact of Predators on the Activity Patterns of Lemurids and Ceboids; pp. 143-165 in: Cathemerality (D. Curtis, G. Donati and M. Rasmussen, eds.), Folia Primatologica 77 (1-2). Proceedings of a symposium, "The third activity pattern in primates: cathemerality", held during the XX Congress of the International Primatological Society, Turin, Italy, August 23-28, 2004.

1998a Cathemeral Behavior of Eulemur macaco macaco at Ambato Massif, Madagascar;
pp. 22-34 in: Biology and Conservation of Prosimians (C.S. Harcourt, R.H.
Crompton and A.T.C. Feistner, eds.), Folia Primatologica 69 (Supplement 1).
Proceedings of an International Conference held at The North of England Zoological
Society, Chester, September 13-16, 1995.

1998b The Lemur Community of Ambato Massif: An Example of the Species
Richness of MadagascarÕs Classified Forests. Lemur News Ð The Newsletter of
the Madagascar Section of the I.U.C.N./S.S.C. Primate Specialist Group: 3: 11-14 (also available on the Internet at: http://www.dpz.gwdg.de/lnews/lemur.htm).

1998 Birkinshaw, C. and Colquhoun, I.C. Pollination of Ravenala madagascariensis
and Parkia madagascariensis by Eulemur macaco in Madagascar. Folia
Primatologica 69(5): 252-259.

1998 Antilahimena, P., Birkinshaw, C., Colquhoun, I.C., Ralimanana, H., Ranaivojaina, R.,
Randrianaivo, R. and Ravololonanahary, H. Inventaire des Plantes Ligneuses,
Oiseaux et Lemuriens dans la Fort ClassŽe dÕAmbato (Nord Ouest de Madagascar). Akon Ôny Ala (Malagasy Forestry Journal) 24: 5-10.

1987a Dominance and "Fall-fever": The Reproductive Behaviour of Male Brown Lemurs
(Lemur fulvus). Canadian Review of Physical Anthropology 6(1): 10-19.

OtherPublications
2001 Colquhoun, I., Vanderlinden, L., Thompson, J. and Vasey, P. Guidelines for
Student Presentations (Prepared for the President, CAPA). Canadian Association
for Physical Anthropology Newsletter/Bulletin (2001, No. 1: 14-15).

1996 Bully for Bulldogs. The American Scientist Forum; (correspondence
to the editors of American Scientist published on-line)

1993b New Developments in Lemur Research. Canadian Primatology News 1(1): 4-5.

1992 Lemurs, "Real" Forest and Conservation in Madagascar. The St. Louis Rainforest
Alliance Newsletter 3(4): 4-5.

Community-Based Conservation in Belize. The St. Louis Rainforest Alliance
Newsletter 2(3): 3-5.

1987b Skeletal Inventory and Description of Human Burials #1 and #2, Feature 14, the Bonaker Site (23 JE 400), Jefferson County, Missouri. Report filed with the Division of American Archeology, Department of Anthropology, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri.

Published Abstracts (1994 -- present)
2006 "The Human Child in Primatological Perspective: Insights and Obstacles". Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology Newsletter/Bulletin (2006, No.1: 11).

2005 The UWO Mummy Project Team (including IC Colquhoun, 2nd of 30 authors).  "Lady Hudson and mummy studies at UWO".  Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology Newsletter/Bulletin (2005, No. 1: 15).

2005 Can Predator Pressure Explain Cathemeral Activity Patterns in Lemurid and
Ceboid Primates?Ó. Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology Newsletter/Bulletin (2005, No. 1: 18).

2004 ÒPredation and CathemeralityÓ. Folia Primatologica 75 (Supplement 1): 68-69.

2003 "Seasonally Variable Fission-Fusion Social Organization in the Black Lemur
(Eulemur macaco macaco)". Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology Newsletter/Bulletin (2003, No. 1: 21).

2001 Spectroscopic Analysis of Black Lemur ÒLoud CallsÓ: Evidence for Ordinal-Level
Communication in a Prosimian Primate. Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology Newsletter/Bulletin (2001, No. 1: 20-21).

1999 Conservation Concerns and the Future of Lemur Populations in Northern MadagascarÕs Unprotected Forests (with Dr. B.Z. Freed, Dept. of Anthropology, Emory University). Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology Newsletter/Bulletin (1999, No. 1: 11-12).

1998b Recording the Unknown, Preserving the Unstudied: Field Primatology and Photography at Ambato Massif, Madagascar. Abstracts of the 97th annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association; American Anthropological Association, Arlington, Virginia.

1998a Primate Infanticide: ItÕs not what you (donÕt) see, itÕs how you think about it. Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology Newsletter/Bulletin (1998, No. 1: 3).

1997b WhatÕs A Lad To Do?: Alternate Reproductive Strategies Among Male Black Lemurs At Ambato Massif, Madagascar. Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology Newsletter/Bulletin (Summer 1997).

1997a Intrapopulation variation in the mating strategies of male Eulemur macaco macaco at Ambato Massif, Madagascar. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 24: 94-95.

1996c The Lemur Community of Ambato Massif, Madagascar: Where is the Rufous Mouse
Lemur? Abstracts from the XVIth Congress of the International Primatological
Society and the XIXth Conference of the American Society of Primatologists.
Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

1996b Primates in the Forest: Sakalava Ethnobotany and Synecological Relations with
Black Lemurs at Ambato Massif, Madagascar. Canadian Anthropology Society Ð Special Publication: Abstracts from the 23rd Annual Meeting.

1996a Variation in Seasonal Dietary Shifts Among Eulemur macaco macaco Groups
at Ambato Massif, Madagascar. American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Supplement 22: 88.

1995 Lemurs in the Big Picture: Ecological Modelling and the Non-human Primate
Perspective on Early Hominid Behavioural Ecology. Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology Newsletter/Bulletin (Spring 1995).

1994 Drinking Behavior and Left-Handed Preference Among Eulemur macaco macaco at Ambato Massif, Madagascar. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 18: 69.