Donna M. Ialeggio, DVM
During the calendar year 2007, the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA)-managed population of Geoffroy’s marmoset (Callithrix geoffroyi) consisted of 100 animals (40.57.3). Nine pairs produced 29 offspring, of which 15 were viable and parent-reared; the remaining 14 were stillborn or did not survive. Eighteen total deaths (10.4.4) were reported. Among institutions responding to AZA Veterinary Advisory Group Survey, there were no apparent patterns of morbidity or mortality during the survey period.