Latest Publications

  • Ruslin F, Azmi MA, Matsuda I, Amir R, Md-Zain BM (2017) Monkey school : training phases for coconut-picking macaques (Macaca nemestrina). Malaysian Nature Journal 69:301-306

  • Koda H, Tuuga A, Goossens B, Murai T, Nathan SKSS, Stark DJ, Ramirez Saldivar DA, Sha JCM, Osman I, Sipangkui R, Seino S, Matsuda I. 2018. Nasalization by Nasalis larvatus: larger noses audiovisually advertise conspecifics in proboscis monkeys. Science Advances, 4, eaaq0250

  • Matsuda, I., Bernard, H., Tuuga, A., Nathan, S. K. S. S., Sha, J. C. M., Osman, I., Sipangkui, R., Seino, S., Asano, S., Wong, A., Kreuzer, M., Ramirez Saldivar, D. A., & Clauss, M. (2018). Fecal Nutrients Suggest Diets of Higher Fiber Levels in Free-Ranging than in Captive Proboscis Monkeys (Nasalis larvatus). Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 4.

  • Chapman CA, Bortolamiol S, Matsuda I, Omeja PA, Paim FP, Reyna-Hurtado R, Sengupta R, Valenta K (2017) Primate population dynamics: variation in abundance over space and time. Biodiversity and Conservation.

  • Matsuda I, Chapman CA, Physilia CYS, Sha JCM, Clauss M (2017) Primate resting postures: constraints by foregut fermentation? Physiol & Biochem Zool 90: 383-391

  • Matsuda I, Clauss M, Tuuga A, Sugau J, Hanya G, Yumoto T, Bernard H, Hummel J (2017) Factors Affecting Leaf Selection by Foregut-fermenting Proboscis Monkeys: New Insight from in vitro Digestibility and Toughness of Leaves. Scientific Reports 7:42774.

  • Bernard H, Matsuda I, Hanya G, Phua M-H, Oram F, Ahmad AH (2016) Species Richness and Distribution of Primates in Disturbed and Converted Forest Landscapes in Northern Borneo. Tropical Conservation Science 9.

  • Matsuda I, Otani Y, Bernard H, Wong A, Tuuga A (2016) Primate Survey in a Bornean Flooded Forest: Evaluation of Best Approach and Best Timing. Mammal Study 41:101-106.

  • Inoue E, Ogata M, Seino S, Matsuda I (2016) Sex Identification and Efficient Microsatellite Genotyping Using Fecal DNA in Proboscis Monkeys (Nasalis larvatus). Mammal Study 41:141-148.

  • Matsuda I (2016) Reproducibility of field science in non-human primates. Japanese Psychological Review 59:114-117