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- The Chambira River is a major tributary river of the Marañón River, and has been the traditional territory of the Urarina peoples for at least the past...
- Astrocaryum chambira, the chambira palm or chambira, is a large and spiny palm native to the Amazon Rainforest in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela...
- of the Chambira, Urituyacu, and Corrientes Rivers. According to both archaeological and historical sources, they have resided in the Chambira Basin of...
- Putumayo, Caquetá, Vaupés, Guainía, Morona, Pastaza, Nucuray, Urituyacu, Chambira, Tigre, Nanay, Napo, and Huallaga. At some points, the river divides into...
- Mauritia minor, or swamp palm) and the frond spears of the Chambira palm (Astrocaryum chambira, A.munbaca, A.tu****a, also known as ****are or Tu****) have...
- people. There are around 3,000 speakers in Urarinas District (along the Chambira River). It uses a Latin script. It is also known as Itucali, Simacu or...
- method. In indigenous areas of the Peruvian Amazon such as the Urarina's Chambira River Basin, the soils are productive for only relatively short periods...
- Guajá Awá-Guajá: eastern Amazonian rainforest, Brazil Urarina (Kachá): Chambira Basin, Loreto Peru Yanomami (Yanõmami/Yanõmami Thëpë): Venezuela/Brazil...
- River Pintuyaku River Chambira River Marañón River Tigre River, 598 km Corrientes River, 483 km Tangarana River Samiria River Chambira River Urituyaku River...
- Deseadan in the SALMA classification) fossiliferous fluvio-lacustrine Chambira Formation of the Ucayali Basin in Amazonian Peru. The genus was described...