Brotcorne, F., Deleuze, S., Huynen, M.-C., Polet, R., Soma, G., Rigaux, G., Giraud, G., Wandia, N., & Poncin, P. (2020, February 10). Birth control in urban macaques: Description of a tubectomy program and post-op monitoring in Macaca fascicularis, Indonesia. Paper presented at 7th Asian Primate Symposium-2020 & 1st International Conference on Human-Primate Interface, Guhawati, India.
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In Asia, primates and humans are increasingly forced to share space, and often enter in conflict when primates proliferate in anthropogenic environments. Reproductive control is increasingly used to limit ...
Deleuze, S., Polet, R., Gede, S., Huynen, M.-C., Rigaux, G., Giraud, G., Wandia, N., & Brotcorne, F. (2019, October 10). Birth control in urban macaques: Description of an endoscopic tubectomy procedure and post-op monitoring. Paper presented at Belgian Group for Primatology Meeting, Liège, Belgium.
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Gazagne, E., Savini, T., Ngoprasert, D., Huynen, M.-C., & Brotcorne, F. (2019, October 10). When pigtailed macaques cannot select for optimal sleeping sites in degraded habitat. Paper presented at The Annual Meeting of the Belgian Group for Primatology, Liège, Belgique.
Primates spend half of their lives in sleeping sites and should select them carefully to maximize fitness. Sleeping site selection in degraded habitat, with reduced availability and quality of resources, is ...
Giraud, G., Tibesar, F., Cloutier, F., Broens, D., Delooz, S., Deleuze, S., Wandia, I. N., Huynen, M.-C., Poncin, P., & Brotcorne, F. (2019, October 10). Using social network analysis to assess socio behavioural differences in female macaques following sterilization. Paper presented at Belgian Group for Primatology, Liège, Belgium.
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Gazagne, E., José Domínguez, J. M., Huynen, M.-C., Hambuckers, A., Poncin, P., Savini, T., & Brotcorne, F. (2019, October 04). Faire face à une faible disponibilité en fruits dans un habitat dégradé : rôle des plantations chez les macaques à queue de cochon (Macaca leonina) en Thaïlande. Paper presented at 32ème colloque de la Société Francophone De Primatologie, Le Guerno, France.
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Etudier les facteurs impactant l’utilisation de l’habitat ainsi que les stratégies de recherche alimentaire chez les primates résidents dans des habitats dégradés, est indispensable pour pouvoir mettre en ...
Giraud, G., Larrivaz, M., Wandia, N., Poncin, P., & Brotcorne, F. (2019, October 02). Role of reproductive status in social network of female long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis). Paper presented at Colloque de la Société Francophone de Primatologie, Branféré, Bretagne, France.
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Giraud, G., Tibesar, F., Cloutier, F., Broens, D., Delooz, S., Wandia, I. N., Huynen, M.-C., Poncin, P., & Brotcorne, F. (2019, September). Behavioural variation following tubectomy sterilization in female long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) in Bali (Indonesia). Poster session presented at EFP/PSGB International Conference 2019, Oxford, United-Kingdom.
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Gazagne, E., Savini, T., Crane, M., Oliver, K., & Brotcorne, F. (2019, June 24). Impact of habitat degradation in northern pigtailed macaques (Macaca leonina) sleeping site selection pattern. Paper presented at The 2nd Young Conservation Scientists Conference, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thaïlande.
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Primates spend half of their lives at sleeping sites and should select them carefully. Macaques usually use about thirty sleeping sites and their selection respond primarily to predation avoidance. We studied ...
Brotcorne, F., Giraud, G., Broens, D., Delooz, S., Wandia, N., & Huynen, M.-C. (2018, November 13). Pros and cons of primate sterilization in anthropogenic habitats: A study case of Balinese macaques. Paper presented at Belgian Group for Primatology meeting, Brussels, Belgium.
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Giraud, G., Huynen, M.-C., Broens, D., Delooz, S., Wandia, I. N., Poncin, P., & Brotcorne, F. (2018, November 13). Investigating the social dynamics of free-ranging long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) under birth control: A tool for primate management in urban environments. Paper presented at Belgian Group for Primatology, Bruxelles, Belgique.
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Kaisin, O., Culot, L., Poncin, P., & Brotcorne, F. (2018, November 13). Physiological and behavioural responses to habitat fragmentation by black lion tamarins. Paper presented at Belgian Group for Primatology 2018 meeting.
Habitat fragmentation is one of the major threats hanging over primate populations in South America. Before affecting primates at a population level, environmental perturbations affect the physiology of the ...
Brotcorne, F., Broens, D., Delooz, S., Giraud, G., Wandia, N., Huynen, M.-C., & Poncin, P. (2018, October 18). Analyser les avantages et inconvénients des stérilisations de primates en milieux anthropisés: une étude de cas des macaques balinais. Paper presented at Colloque de la Société Francophone de Primatologie, Paris, France.
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Les macaques et les hommes sont aujourd’hui contraints de partager leurs habitats, conduisant souvent à des situations conflictuelles lorsque ces premiers prolifèrent en milieux urbains. Ce phénomène s’accroit ...
Brotcorne, F. (2018). Living Together: Enjeux et Gestion des Macaques dans les Temples. Etude de Cas à Bali – Indonésie. Paper presented at Formation Primates - Haute Ecole HELHA - Zootechnie, Fleurus, Belgium.
Brotcorne, F. (2018, March 22). Wildlife sterilization: Methodological challenges and objectives for the management of high-density macaque populations in Bali, Indonesia. Paper presented at Séminaire ELIB UCL, Louvain, Belgique.
Kaisin, O., Gazagne, E., Savini, T., & Brotcorne, F. (2017, November 06). Study of bird egg predation by the northern pigtailed macaque (Macaca leonina) in the Sakaerat Biosphere Reserve (Thailand) using artificial nests. Paper presented at Journée d'Etude et Conservation de la Faune en Milieux Tropicaux et Tempérés, Gembloux, Belgique.
Brotcorne, F., Nelissen, H., Poncin, P., & Huynen, M.-C. (2017, June 26). Sterilization Program at Ubud Monkey Forest (Bali): Prospects and Trapping Habituation Process. Paper presented at Belgian Group for Primatology, Liège, Belgium.
Kaisin, O., Gazagne, E., Brotcorne, F., Savini, T., & Huynen, M.-C. (2017, June 26). Study of bird egg predation by northern pigtailed macaques (Macaca leonina) in Sakaerat Biosphere Reserve (Thailand) using artificial nests. Paper presented at Belgian Group for Primatology, Liège, Belgium.
Brotcorne, F., Wandia, N., Poncin, P., & Huynen, M.-C. (2017, February 08). Reproduction control as management strategy for local overpopulation of primates in tropical human-dominated habitats: a review. Paper presented at European Conference for Tropical Ecology (GTO), Brussels, Belgium.
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Today, anthropogenic pressures are posing major challenges to Asian primates, forced either to adapt ecologically and behaviourally to the human massive encroachment into natural habitats, or to disappear ...
Giraud, G., Huynen, M.-C., Wandia, I. N., Poncin, P., & Brotcorne, F. (2015). Relation between social tension and demographic density of commensal long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) in Bali (Indonesia). Primate Tidings, 33, 43.
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Brotcorne, F., Leca, J.-B., Gunst, N., Wandia, N., Fuentes, A., & Huynen, M.-C. (2015). Monkey business: Inter-group differences in the object/food bartering practice in Balinese macaques (Macaca fascicularis) at the Uluwatu Temple, Indonesia. Folia Primatologica: International Journal of Primatology, 86, 251.
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While there is increasing evidence for the social transmission of behavioural innovations and intergroup behavioural variation in a wide range of nonhuman primate taxa, some behavioural domains (e.g., tool use ...
Brotcorne, F., Fuentes, A., Wandia, I. N., Beudels-Jamar, R., Huynen, M.-C., & Paquay, L. (2014, September 24). An ethnoprimatological approach of the human-macaque interactions at the Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali (Indonesia). Paper presented at Belgian Group For Primatology, Bruxelles, Belgium.
Macaque tourism, i.e. a tourist activity focusing on wild macaques as main attraction, is an example of the bourgeoning and diversified human-macaque interactions in Southeast Asia. Although both people and ...
Brotcorne, F., Paquay, L., Wandia, I. N., Beudels-Jamar, R., & Huynen, M.-C. (2013). Local perceptions and attitudes towards synanthrope long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) living in Padangtegal Monkey forest, Bali (Indonesia). Folia Primatologica: International Journal of Primatology, 85(1), 48.
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The sympatric relationship between humans and other primates in interface zones is a contemporary widespread phenomenon. The expanding landscapes anthropization leads to an intensification of human-other ...
Brotcorne, F., Wandia, I. N., Beudels-Jamar, R., & Huynen, M.-C. (2013). Impacts of a recent Streptococcus outbreak in a commensal population of long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) in Bali, Indonesia. Folia Primatologica: International Journal of Primatology, 84(3-5).
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The quest for coexistence between humans and primates requires an extensive analysis of the impacts of the growing commensalism phenomenon. In South-east Asia, the long-tailed macaque adapts successfully to ...
Brotcorne, F., Wandia, I. N., Beudels-Jamar, R., & Huynen, M.-C. (2013, July 22). Demographic trends and Streptococcus outbreaks in a synanthropic population of macaques (Macaca fascicularis), Bali (Indonesia). Poster session presented at International Congress for Conservation Biology, Baltimore, USA.
The sympatric relationship between humans and primates is a contemporary widespread phenomenon. Several primate species are capable for exploiting human-modified habitats in association with people, but the ...
Brotcorne, F., Maslarov, C., Dosogne, T., Wandia, I. N., Beudels-Jamar, R., & Huynen, M.-C. (2012, August 15). Ranging behaviour and sleeping sites of Macaca fascicularis in Bali Barat National Park, Indonesia. Paper presented at International Primatological Society Congress XXIV Mexico, Cancun, Mexico.
Ranging behaviour and sleeping site selection are important primate behavioural traits likely to vary under environmental changes. We tested the role of ecological (predation avoidance) and anthropic (human ...
Brotcorne, F., Beudels-Jamar, R., & Huynen, M.-C. (2012, May 22). Population dynamics and ranging behaviour of a highly provisioned population of Macaca fascicularis in Bali: implications for management. Paper presented at Belgian Group for Primatology meeting, Gembloux, Belgique.
In response to the global landscape anthropization caused by the extensive urbanization and the recruitment of forestlands for cropping, the primate-human commensalism is growing as well as the related ...
Brotcorne, F., Maslarov, C., Dosogne, T., & Huynen, M.-C. (2011, October 26). Ranging behaviour and sleeping sites in Macaca fascicularis at Bali Barat National Park, Indonesia. Paper presented at Belgian Group for Primatology meeting, Bruxelles, Belgique.
Ranging behaviour and sleeping site selection are important aspects of primate ecology in their adaptation to the environment. Several non-exclusive factors have been suggested to explain sleeping site ...
Huynen, M.-C., Brotcorne, F., & Wandia, I. N. (2011, March). Responses of the long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) to variations in anthropic factors in a rural environment, Bali (Indonesia). Paper presented at Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation Congress: Asian Chapter, Bangkok, Thailand.
The human-macaque interface in Asia is increasingly the focus of numerous studies raising the issue of conflict over space and resources and searching for efficient management strategies. Documenting impacts ...
Brotcorne, F., Huynen, M.-C., & Wandia, I. N. (2011). Food provisioning and agonistic behaviours in commensal long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) at Uluwatu Temple, Bali (Indonesia). American Journal of Primatology, 73(S1).
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Most previous research on nonhuman primates reported increased levels of agonistic behaviors associated with food provisioning by humans. To further investigate the permanence of this effect of increased ...
Brotcorne, F., Huynen, M.-C., & Wandia, I. N. (2010, October 11). The human-macaque interface: the impact of anthropogenic factors on the behavioural ecology of Macaca fascicularis in Bangkok (Thailand) and Bali (Indonesia). Paper presented at Belgian Group for Primatology meeting, Bruxelles, Belgique.
The human-macaque interface is increasingly the focus of many researches in East and South-east Asia. The efforts target the understanding of human impacts on macaques and the risks of pathogen transmission ...
Brotcorne, F., Huynen, M.-C., Beudels-Jamar, R., Savini, T., Wandia, I. N., & Fuentes, A. (2010, September 16). BEHAVIOURAL ECOLOGY OF LONG-TAILED MACAQUES IN THE CONTEXT OF URBAN COMMENSALISM: A COMPARISON STUDY BETWEEN BANGKOK (THAILAND) AND BALI (INDONESIA). Poster session presented at International Primatological Society Congress Kyoto 2010, Kyoto, Japan.
The quest for coexistence with non-human primates requires an extensive analysis of the growing commen-salism phenomenon. The long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis), a very successful commensal species ...
Brotcorne, F., Huynen, M.-C., Wandia, I. N., & Fuentes, A. (2010, July 20). Demographic changes and behavioural ecology of a commensal long-tailed macaque population at Padangtegal, Bali (Indonesia). Paper presented at 2010 annual international meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia.
The current anthropic pressures lead to a growth of the commensalism phenomenon with primates and humans interacting and competing for space and food. As these situations generate inter-specific conflicts, an ...
Brotcorne, F., Huynen, M.-C., & Savini, T. (2008). Preliminary results on the behavioural-ecology of a long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) population in disturbed urban habitats, Bangkok (Thailand). Folia Primatologica: International Journal of Primatology, 79(5).
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In many tropical regions of the world, humans and nonhuman primates share habitats, and their interactions are increasingly common. As a result, human presence has an important impact on the demography ...
Brotcorne, F., Huynen, M.-C., & Savini, T. (2007, September). Preliminary results on the behavioural ecology of a long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) population in a disturbed urban habitat, Bangkok, Thailand. Paper presented at IIeme congress of the European federation for Primatology, Prague, République Tchèque.