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Phylogeny of Gibbons (Family Hylobatidae) with Focus on Crested Gibbon (Genus Nomascus)
Gibbons or small apes, family Hylobatidae, inhabit tropical and subtropical rainforests of Southeast Asia and adjacent regions (Figure 2 .1) (Groves 1972 (Groves , 2001;; Chivers 1977) . Together with great apes and humans, they belong to the primate superfamily Hominoidea (Fleagle 1999; Groves 2001; Geissmann 2002a; Mootnick 2006) . Hominoids show some typical characteristics such as no tail, an enlarged brain or a broad thorax, which clearly separates them from other primates (Fleagle 1999).doi:10.53846/goediss-1376 fatcat:wowbtp4wgfdjncgm74yrr22bbe