A U S T R A L A S I A N
P R I M A T E S O C I E T Y
Australasian Primate Society is a non-profit scientific society founded in
objects of the Society are
Membership is open to any individual or institution working in any area of primate research, or having an interest in primatology. It provides an open forum for discussions, questions and campaigns in all areas of primatology.
1986 the Society has published a biannual journal Australasian Primatology,
which is used to disseminate knowledge of primates and for discussion
of ideas and items of general interest.
There are two areas of publication.
One is peer- reviewed scientific papers and the other is short
communications which includes regular book reviews.
There is also a newsletter published Monkeying Around, used for
general Society information and updates for members
There is also a newsletter published Monkeying Around, used for general Society information and updates for members
The Australasian Primate Society has raised funds for a wide variety of primate conservation projects in many areas of the world throughout its history, and continues to do so today.
The Society holds an annual conference in a city in Australia or New Zealand, and organised the XVIIIth International Primatological Congress held in Adelaide, South Australia in January 2001.
Your membership will enable the society to continue
to support conservation projects and other primate work throughout the world.
You can contact Membership Secretary for further details
President: Dr Carla
Vice President: Graeme
Editor: Jo Davis
Professor Colin Groves
& Leif Cocks
Current Office Bearers:
President: Dr Carla Litchfield
Vice President: Graeme Crook
Treasurer/ Membership Secretary: Nicole Wilson
Secretary: Nicole Wilson
Editor: Jo Davis
Executive Committee Members:
Professor Colin Groves & Leif Cocks
PO Box 9126,