Pre-copulatory behavior (from Richard 1974 unless otherwise noted)
Gestation (from Eaglen and Boskoff 1978; Mittermeier et al. 2013)
Interval between births (from (Richard et al. 2000 unless otherwise noted)
In the wild
Within c. 4 months of birth, an infant can be seen riding on its mother's back or that of other group members. It must cling tightly while the adult leaps through the forest canopy. At c. 3.5 months it is ready to travel on its own and leap distances of over 1.5 feet.
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Bastian and Brockman (2007)
Brockman and Whitten (1996)
Brockman and Whitten (2004)
Eaglen and Boskoff (1978)
Mittermeier et al. (2013)
Richard et al. (2000)
Richard and Dewar (1991)