Gazagne, E., Hambuckers, A., Savini, T., Poncin, P., Huynen, M.-C., & Brotcorne, F. (2020). Toward a better understanding of habituation process to human observer: A statistical approach in Macaca leonina (Primates: Cercopithecidea). Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, 68(2020), 735-749.
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Habituation allows an observer to closely approach and follow free-ranging animals, as they no longer respond to the observer presence (e.g., through flight, avoidance, display, curiosity). While habituation ...
Gazagne, E., Savini, T., Ngoprasert, D., Poncin, P., Huynen, M.-C., & Brotcorne, F. (2020). When Northern Pigtailed Macaques (Macaca leonina) Cannot Select for Ideal Sleeping Sites in a Degraded Habitat. International Journal of Primatology, 41(4), 614-633.
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Primates must select sleeping sites carefully to maximize fitness. In habitats with diminished quality and availability of resources, sleeping site selection becomes an even more crucial aspect of primate ...
Kaisin, O., Amaral, R., Bufalo, F., Brotcorne, F., & Culot, L. (2020, June 02). Spontaneous Tool Use by a Wild Black Lion Tamarin (Leontopithecus chrysopygus). International Journal of Primatology.
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Gazagne, E., José‐Domínguez, J. M., Huynen, M.-C., Hambuckers, A., Poncin, P., Savini, T., & Brotcorne, F. (2020, February 28). Northern pigtailed macaques rely on old growth plantations to offset low fruit availability in a degraded forest fragment. American Journal of Primatology.
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Space‐use and foraging strategies are important facets to consider in regard to the ecology and conservation of primates. For this study, we documented movement, ranging, and foraging patterns of northern ...
Brotcorne, F., Holzner, A., Jorge‑Sales, L., Gunst, N., Hambuckers, A., Wandia, N., & Leca, J.-B. (2019). Social influence on the expression of robbing and bartering behaviours in Balinese long‑tailed macaques. Animal Cognition, 23(2), 311-326.
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Animals use social information, available from conspecifics, to learn and express novel and adaptive behaviours. Amongst social learning mechanisms, response facilitation occurs when observing a demonstrator ...
Kaisin, O., Gazagne, E., Savini, T., Huynen, M.-C., & Brotcorne, F. (2018). Foraging strategies underlying bird egg predation by macaques: A study using artificial nests. American Journal of Primatology, 80(11).
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Bird egg predation is widespread in non-human primates. Although nest predation is often described as opportunistic, little is known about foraging strategies and nest detection in primates. Since it is the ...
Brotcorne, F., Giraud, G., Gunst, N., Fuentes, A., Wandia, I. N., Beudels-Jamar, R., Poncin, P., Huynen, M.-C., & Leca, J.-B. (2017, May). Intergroup variation in robbing and bartering by long-tailed macaques at Uluwatu Temple (Bali, Indonesia). Primates: Journal of Primatology.
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Robbing and bartering (RB) is a behavioral practice anecdotally reported in free-ranging commensal macaques. It usually occurs in two steps: after taking inedible objects (e.g., glasses) from humans, the ...
Brotcorne, F., Fuentes, A., Wandia, I. N., Beudels-Jamar, R. C., & Huynen, M.-C. (2015). Changes in Activity Patterns and Intergroup Relationships After a Significant Mortality Event in Commensal Long- Tailed Macaques (Macaca Fascicularis) in Bali, Indonesia. International Journal of Primatology, 36(3), 548–566.
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Little is known regarding behavioral and social responses of free-ranging primates to demographic changes emerging from significant mortality events. Here, we report on the activity patterns and intergroup ...
Hakizimana, D., Hambuckers, A., Brotcorne, F., & Huynen, M.-C. (2015). Characterization of Nest Sites of Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) in Kibira National Park, Burundi. African Primates, 10, 1-12.
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Abstract: Kibira National Park is the only site in Burundi that harbors a large number of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii). While information on factors influencing the selection of nest sites by ...
Brotcorne, F. (2014). Behavioral ecology and commensal long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) populations in Bali, Indonesia: impact of anthropic factors. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Université de Liège, ​Liège, ​​Belgique.
Coexistence between humans and wildlife is one of the major challenge to biodiversity conservation in the onset of this new millennium. In addition to the development of protected areas providing refuges for ...
Brotcorne, F., Maslarov, C., Wandia, I. N., Fuentes, A., Beudels-Jamar, R. C., & Huynen, M.-C. (2014). The Role of Anthropic, Ecological, and Social Factors in Sleeping Site Choice by Long‐Tailed Macaques (Macaca fascicularis). American Journal of Primatology, 76, 1140-1150.
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When choosing their sleeping sites, primates make adaptive trade‐offs between various biotic and abiotic constraints. In human‐modified environments, anthropic factors may play a role. We assessed the ...
Brotcorne, F., Wandia, I. N., Rompis, A. L. T., Soma, I. G., Suatha, I. K., & Huynen, M.-C. (2011). Recent demographic and behavioral data of Macaca fascicularis at Padangtegal, Bali, Indonesia. In M. D., Gumert, A., Fuentes, & L., Jones-Engel (Eds.), Monkeys on the Edge. Ecology and Management of Long-tailed Macaques and their Interface with Humans (pp. 180-182). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
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Brotcorne, F. (2008). Eco-behavioural profile of a long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) population in a human-managed area of Bangkok (Thailand). Unpublished DEA/DES thesis, Université de Liège, ​Liège, ​​Belgique.
The present study investigated several aspects of the behavioural ecology of a small long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) population living in close association with humans in Bangkok (Thailand). The aim ...
Brotcorne, F. (2006). Influence of social and environmental factors on the fur rubbing behaviour in capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus). Unpublished master thesis, Université Libre de Bruxelles, ​Bruxelles, ​​Belgique.
La recherche présentée dans le cadre de ce mémoire a été réalisée dans le domaine de l’éthologie des primates. L’objet d’étude est le comportement de fur rubbing ou « frottement de la fourrure », qui ...