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Shinichiro Ichino Research Fellow


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Major / Research Topics / Keywords

Primatology, Primate social evolution, Reproductive strategy, Lemur, Madagascar

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Associations

Primate Society of Japan
Japan Association for African Studies
International Primatological Society
Japan Society for Madagascar Studies

Publications
  • Ichino S, Soma T, Miyamoto N, Chatani K, Sato H, Koyama N, Takahata Y. 2015. Lifespan and reproductive senescence in a free-ranging ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) population at Berenty, Madagascar. Folia Primatologica. 86(1-2): 134–139..
  • Ohta I, Oyama S, Sagawa T, Ichino S. 2014. ‘Conflict Resolution and Coexistence: Realizing African Potentials’. African Study Monographs Supplementary Issue. No. 50.
  • Sato H, Ichino S, Hanya G. 2014. Dietary modification by common brown lemurs (Eulemur fulvus) during seasonal drought conditions in western Madagascar. Primates. 55: 219-230.
  • Takahata Y, Koyama N, Ichino S, Miyamoto N, Soma T, Nakamichi M. 2014. Female coexistence and competition in ringtailed lemurs: A review of a long-term study at Berenty, Madagascar. In: Primates and Cetaceans. Yamagiwa J, Karczmarski L. eds., New York : Springer. pp 129-147.
  • Ichino S, Chatani K, Kawamoto Y, Sato H, Schnöll A, Soma T, Koyama N, Aimi M, Takahata Y. 2013. Decrease in the body mass of wild ringtailed lemurs at Berenty Reserve in Madagascar with environmental changes. African Study Monographs. 34 (2) : 109-118.
  • Takahata Y, Koyama N, Ichino S, Miyamoto N, Soma T, Nakamichi M. 2013. Do female ringtailed lemurs exhibit a skewed birth sex ratio depending on social and environmental situations? A preliminary analysis of a wild population. African Study Monographs. 34 (1) : 57-64.
  • Ichino S, Soma T, Koyama N. 2013. The impact of alopecia syndrome on female reproductive parameters in ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) in Berenty Reserve, Madagascar.In: Leaping Ahead: Advances in Prosimian Biology. Masters J, Gamba M, Genin F, Tuttle R. eds., New York : Springer. pp. 377-386.
  • Ichino S, Rambeloarivony H. 2011. New cases of vertebrate predation by the ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta), with references to the difference from Eulemur species and other primates. African Study Monographs. 32 (2): 69-80.
  • Takahata Y, Koyama N, Ichino S, Miyamoto N, Nakamichi M. 2008. The relationship between female rank and reproductive parameters of ringtailed lemur: A preliminary analysis.Primates. 49 (2): 135-138.
  • Koyama N, Aimi M, Kawamoto Y, Hirai H, Go Y, Ichino S, Takahata Y. 2008. Body mass of wild ring-tailed lemurs in Berenty Reserve, Madagascar, with reference to tick infestation: a preliminary analysis.Primates.49 (1): 9-15.
  • Ichino S. 2006. Troop fission in wild ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) at Berenty, Madagascar. American Journal of Primatology. 68 (1): 97-102.
  • Ichino S, Koyama N. 2006. Social changes in a wild population of ringtailed lemurs (Lemur catta) at Berenty, Madagascar. In :Ringtailed lemur biology: Lemur catta in Madagascar. Jolly A, Sussman RW, Koyama N, Rasamimanana H. eds., New York: Springer. pp.234-244.
  • Koyama N, Soma T, Ichino S, Takahata Y. 2006. Home ranges of ringtailed lemur troops and the density of large trees at Berenty Reserve, Madagascar. In :Ringtailed lemur biology: Lemur catta in Madagascar. Jolly A, Sussman RW, Koyama N, Rasamimanana H. eds., New York: Springer. pp.86-101.
  • Crawford GC, Andriafaneva LE, Blumenfeld-Jones K, Calaba G, Clarke L, Gray L, Ichino S, Jolly A, Koyama N, Mertl-Millhollen A, Ostpak S, Pride RE, Rasamimanana H, Simmen B, Soma T, Tarnaud L, Tew A, Williams G. 2006. Bald lemur syndrome and the miracle tree: alopecia associated with Leucaena leucocephala at Berenty Reserve, Madagascar. In :Ringtailed lemur biology: Lemur catta in Madagascar. Jolly A, Sussman RW, Koyama N, Rasamimanana H. eds., New York: Springer. pp.332-342.
  • Takahata Y, Koyama N, Ichino S, Miyamoto N, Nakamichi M. 2006. Influence of group size on reproductive success of female ring-tailed lemurs: distinguishing between IGFC and PFC hypotheses. Primates. 47 (4): 383-387.
  • Ichino S. 2005. Attacks on a wild infant ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) by immigrant males at Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: interpreting infanticide by males. American Journal of Primatology. 67 (2): 267-272.
  • Koyama N, Ichino S, Nakamichi M, Takahata Y. 2005. Long-term changes in dominance ranks among ring-tailed lemurs at Berenty Reserve, Madagascar. Primates. 46 (4): 225-234.
  • Takahata Y, Koyama N, Ichino S, Miyamoto N. 2005. Inter- and within-troop competition of female ringtailed lemurs; a preliminary report.African Study Monographs. 26: 1-14.
  • Sussman RW, Andrianasolondraibe, Soma T, Ichino S. 2003. Social behavior and aggression among ringtailed lemurs. Folia Primatologica. 74 (3): 168-172.
  • Koyama N, Nakamichi M,Ichino S, Takahata Y. 2002. Population and social dynamics changes in ring-tailed lemur troop at Berenty, Madagascar between 1989-1999. Primates. 43 (4): 291-314.
  • Koyama N, Nakamichi M, Oda R, Miyamoto N, Ichino S, Takahata Y. 2001. A ten-year summary of reproductive parameters for ring-tailed lemurs at Berenty, Madagascar.Primates. 42 (1): 1-14.
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