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  • fig. S1. Primate habitat countries ranked by the number of species present.
  • fig. S2. Countries with primate species in the Neotropics, Africa (including Madagascar), and Asia and percent of countries with threatened species.
  • fig. S3. IUCN threat categories and population status of primate species.
  • fig. S4. Percent of primate species listed under each proximate threat, according to the IUCN.
  • fig. S5. Growth trends in cattle stock, agricultural activity, and deforestation in primate range regions.
  • fig. S6. Agricultural expansion and declines in forest cover for the period 1990–2010 in the Neotropics, Africa, and Asia.
  • fig. S7. Human population growth in primate range regions.
  • fig. S8. Global primate trade for the period 2005–2014, as reported by parties to the CITES Secretariat.
  • fig. S9. Phylogenetic patterns associated with extinction risk for primate species in the Neotropics, Africa, and Asia.
  • fig. S10. Number of published articles found in the Web of Science for primate species in each family.
  • table S1. Primate species in the Neotropics grouped by family.
  • table S2. Primate species in mainland Africa grouped by family.
  • table S3. Primate species in Madagascar grouped by family.
  • table S4. Primate species in Asia grouped by family.
  • table S5. Summary of sources of threat and the number of primate species affected, according to the IUCN Red List.
  • table S6. Global international trade in primates for the period 2005–2014, as reported by parties to the CITES Secretariat.
  • Supplementary Text
  • References (167–209)

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