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Wanderings in South America
Charles Waterton

sacawinkiSacawinki - one of the squirrel monkeys. This tiny monkey, several times mentioned by Waterton, is plentiful in Guiana, and is noticed by Schomburgk. Waterton, who mentions it as being black, and scarcely six inches (approx. 15 cm) in length, evidently refers to thw White-whiskered Tamarin (Jacchus leucogenys), which exactly accords with his decription and has accordingly been figured. Also "Sacowinki" and "Sakawinki". Waterton is evidently referring to the White-whiskered Tamarin (Jacchus leucogenys), which exactly accords with his description and has accordingly been figured.

Rev. J.G. Wood, extracts from his Explanatory Index in Wanderings in South America, the North-West of the United States, and the Antilles, in the years 1812, 1816, 1820, & 1824.
With Original Instructions for the perfect preservation of Birds, Etc. for Cabinets of Natural History.
Charles Waterton, Esq.,
Introduction by the Rev. J. G. Wood, Macmillan and Co., 1880, London.