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Table 1: Dominations observed for each individual

Figure 2: Graph comparing number of dominations observed through agonistic encounters

Table 1 lists the number of times each individual "won" an agnostic encounter against another member of the community. Figure 2 graphs these observations to compare how many times each member dominated a particular individual.

Table 2: Dominations observed for each individual

Figure 3: Graph comparing number of dominations observed through agonistic encounters

Figure 4: Graph comparing number of dominations observed through agonistic encounters

Figure 5: Graph comparing number of dominations observed through agonistic encounters

Figure 6: Graph comparing number of dominations observed through agonistic encounters

Table 2 lists out observations on social grooming. The number of times grooming was observed is listed next to each possible pairing along with total grooming time and average grooming time observed in that particular pair. Figures 3 and 4 graph out this data to compare total time and number of observations for each grooming pair. Figure 3 considers each possible combination of groomers and receivers as separate pairs while Figure 4 solely looks at combinations of individuals. Figures 5 compares the average grooming times for each combination of groomer and receiver. Figure 6 compares the grooming time received for each individual.

Other notable observations

Timbi would enforce the hierarchy and step in to enforce it during agnostic encounters. Agnostic encounters were often sparked by food. Timbi was the only individual observed giving alarm calls. Consistent level of reciprocal grooming observed more often between the two females than any other grooming pair.

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