and Ranaivonasy (2002) also noted the consumption of flowers and Ganzhorn (1988) as well as Ratsirarson and Ranaivonasy (2002) documented rare feeding on leaves and buds. Finally, Atsalis (1999a) noted the occasional appearance of gum and insect eggs, larvae, or pupae in the feces and found the remains of one soft invertebrate, possibly an earthworm.
In a first preliminary report on M. griseorufus in the first half of the dry season, Rasoazanabary (2004) noted the consumption of insects and gum, but no further details have been given.
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