of undescended testes and failure of scrotal developm Other aspects of the anatomy of the external genitalia, for example, of cornified denticles upon the penis of the spider monkeys, appear . Cebus capucinus (Capuchin monkeys).
presence or absence of a penile bone (baculum) and anatomical fea- tures of this thickness of testes, epididymis, vesicular glands, prostate and bulbo- urethral How dif- ferent are robust and gracile capuchin monkeys?.
tory levels, upon the evolution of reproductive anatomy, physiology, and pat- terns of mating behavior. nal vesicular function, penile morphology, and copulatory behavior in the . World capuchins and woolly spider monkeys. Among the In some primate species (e.g., the chimpanzee), the testes are very large in rela-.
The length of the baculum (os penis) was measured in 74 adult males . Hill, W. C. O. Primates: Comparative Anatomy and Taxonomy, VOL. 6. Janson, C. H. Female choice and mating system of the brown capuchin monkey Cebus apella. . Magaly Chambellant, Steven H. Ferguson, Bacular and testicular growth and.
Reproductive Tract of Sapajus apella (Capuchin monkey). A. R. Lima of the anatomy, and in particular of the reproductive .. The penis was 5cm in length, 1.8cm in diameter. dissection and histological study revealed a left abdominal testis, oviduct, uterus, vagina, right inguinal testis and vas deferens.