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Lemurinus, A. I lemurinus a n d A. I. griseimembra, b a s e d o n p e l a g e features, particularly t h e m u c h d a r k e r h e a d stripes a n d m o r e blackly p i g m e n t e d distal tail in A. I. lemurinus (see Table IV). H o w e v e r , as can b e s e e n in Fig. 15, t h e r e is c o n s i d e r a b l e o v e r l a p in t h e s e p o p u l a t i o n s for t h e b l a c k n e s s of t h e distal tail, a n d A. brumbacki s p e c i m e n s b r i d g e t h e g a p morphologically for b o t h features a n d are close n e i g h b o r s geographically.
1976), Pieczarka et al. (1993); A. brumbacki, Brumback et al. (1971), Yunis et al. (1977); A. infulatus, Pieczarka and Nagamachi (1988), Pieczarka et al. (1993); A. lemurinus griseimembra, Maetal. (1976); A. lemurinus lemurinus, Ma et al. (1978). A. nigriceps, Ma et al. (1980). b c - Alternate references: A. nancymae, ''Brumback (1973), ''Ma et al. (1976), 'Pieczarka et al. b (1992); A. vociferans, Ma et al. (1985), Tieczarka et al. (1992). d Y fused on short arm of autosome (see text). e Y inserted on long arm of autosome (see text).
Griseimembra, b a s e d o n p e l a g e features, particularly t h e m u c h d a r k e r h e a d stripes a n d m o r e blackly p i g m e n t e d distal tail in A. I. lemurinus (see Table IV). H o w e v e r , as can b e s e e n in Fig. 15, t h e r e is c o n s i d e r a b l e o v e r l a p in t h e s e p o p u l a t i o n s for t h e b l a c k n e s s of t h e distal tail, a n d A. brumbacki s p e c i m e n s b r i d g e t h e g a p morphologically for b o t h features a n d are close n e i g h b o r s geographically.