Central American white-faced capuchin

Cebus capucinus imitator

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Cebus capucinus imitator is a subspecies of the white-headed capuchin. Some authorities dispute whether C. c. imitator is actually a separate subspecies. Other authorities regard it as a distinct species, Cebus imitator. Cebus capucinus imitator ranges from Nicaragua through Costa Rica and part of Panama, west of the Panama Canal. Cebus capucinus imitator differs from C. c. capucinus in that females have elongated frontal tufts. It also diff

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