Dr. Sauther thanks Enafa Efitroaromy, Ehandidy Ellis, Razanajafy Olivier, Emady Rigobert, and Elahavelo of the Beza Mahafaly Ecological Monitoring Team. She also thanks Joel Ratsirarson and Youssouf Jacky Ibrahim for their strong support and facilitation of the Lemur catta Biology project. Her appreciation also goes to the Département des Eaux et Forêts, Ecole Superieur des Sciences Agronomiques, Université d'Antananarivo, and ANGAP for allowing this research to continue at Beza Mahafaly. She also thanks Graham Crawford for allowing us to use the picture of the alopecia lemur from Berenty. Strong appreciation goes to the following veterinary students who have given their time to study lemur disease ecology: Mandala Hunter-Ishikawa, Heather Williams, Kelly Sondgeroth, Rachel Mills, and Katie Eckert. Funding for her work on lemur health comes from the Lindbergh Fund, The Saint Louis Zoo, The National Geographic Society, and the University of Colorado, Boulder. Dr. Junge thanks Dr. Ed Louis (Henry Doorly Zoo) for collaboration, the Institute for Conservation of Tropical Environments (ICTE) for logistical assistance, and Association Nationale pour la Gestion des Aires Protegees (ANGAP) for permission and support. Funding was provided by the St. Louis Zoo.
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