Laboratory Primate Newsletter The Laboratory Primate Newsletter provides a central source of information about nonhuman primates and related matters to scientists who use these animals in their research and those whose work supports such research.
Living Links Instead of hunting for missing links, why not focus on the living links between humans and their primate relatives?
Primata Contains information on the theories of primate evolution, how platyrrhines arrived on South America, tree-shrews as primates, a taxonomy of extinct primates, a listing of links on the web about primate evolution, morphology, range, ecology, locomotion, social behavior, communication, and reproduction of each species of primate.
Primata Links Links found on the web that relate to primate behavior.
Primate Report The Primate Report publishes original papers, abstracts and contributions from the meetings of national and international primatological societies, from symposia as well as book reviews. Special issues like surveys on primatological activities in habitat countries and census of captive primates in the Old World countries complete the spectrum.