I’m off to my beloved Cambridge, MA tomorrow morning for business, and won’t be back until Tuesday. I’ll post what I can, but Drs. Mayer and Cobb have kindly consented to fill in during my absence.
In the meantime, here, you can haz snub-nosed monkey:
(From National Geographic [photo by Cyril Ruoso], captioned: “The heavy fur of China’s snub-nosed monkey is a boon in subzero winters. Its quirky face could help too. Not yet two, a golden snub-nosed monkey perches in a highland forest in China’s Zhouzhi National Nature Reserve. Maturity comes by age seven. Life span is unknown.”)
This species (Rhinopithecus roxellana) is found in a small region in the mountains of central China, and is endangered because of habitat loss.