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Table 2 Often sighted Javan lutung groups and their sympatric long-tailed macaque groups (best-estimated mean group size)

From: Habitat suitability analysis reveals high ecological flexibility in a “strict” forest primate

Javan lutung groups with group sizesLong-tailed macaque groups with group sizesShared sleeping habitat
Bekol, 15 (2 males)Bekol, 121Restored savannah, office and tourism area
Acaciaa, 8 (1 male)River, 35
Acacia, 66
Secondary forest
Secondary forest
Bamab, 10 (1 male)Acacia, 66
Bama, 88
Secondary forest
Beach forest
Mantengc, 15 (2 males)Manteng, 45Beach forest
Batu Hitam, 10 (1 male)Batu Hitam, 30Beach forest
Mangrove, 20 (2 males)Mangrove, 60Mangrove
  1. aLutung group Acacia alternated between travelling/foraging with macaque group River and Acacia, yet shared sleeping site with Acacia
  2. bLutung group Bama alternated between travelling/foraging with macaque group Acacia and Bama. They shared sleeping area with macaque group Bama
  3. cLutung group Manteng alternated between travelling/foraging with macaque group Bama and Manteng. They shared sleeping area with macaque group Manteng