Short-tusked marmosets, titis, and true marmosets
Order : Primates
Family : Callitrichidae
Genus : Callithrix
Animals in the genus Callithrix
Facts about the genus Callithrix, the short-tusked marmosets, titis, and true marmosets
The common marmoset (Callithrix) is bred in limited numbers in the United States, but is being used more frequently in research projects.
) in great groups (Saguinus, Callithrix, Chiropotes, Ateles), made up at the tamarins and the marmosets (Saguinus and Callithrix), is composed to leave d.
However, a macaque is not a langur is not a callithrix is not an ape.
True marmosets are found only south and east of a line formed by the Amazon
The best known of the true marmosets is the common marmoset. (Full text)
These findings also indicated that Callithrix is a paraphyletic genus, in agreement with previous propositions that Cebuella should be included within the genus Callithrix. (Full text)