To understand the structural consistency across primate brains is very important to perform neuroimaging computation, especially when it comes to study human brains through monkey-based experiments. Here we investigate the brain alignment by comparing structural covariance network calculated with the Regional Map parcellation templates. The unimodal areas and part of frontal areas exhibit consistency in cortical thickness and structural covariance. But M1 regions and lateral part of PFC were not similar in brain morphology. The result provide reference in cross-species brain imaging calculation based on Regional Map.