Stephen A. Wurm 1975

Stephen A. Wurm. 1975. Eastern Central Trans-New Guinea Phylum Languages. In Stephen A. Wurm (ed.), New Guinea Area Languages and Language Study Vol 1: Papuan Languages and the New Guinea linguistic scene, 461-526. Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

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  address    = {Canberra},
  author     = {Stephen A. Wurm},
  booktitle  = {New Guinea Area Languages and Language Study Vol 1: Papuan Languages and the New Guinea linguistic scene},
  editor     = {Stephen A. Wurm},
  pages      = {461-526},
  publisher  = {Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University},
  series     = {Pacific Linguistics: Series C},
  title      = {Eastern Central Trans-New Guinea Phylum Languages},
  volume     = {38},
  year       = {1975},
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  inlg       = {English [eng]},
  langnote   = {Mentions Owena = Owenia [wsr] in the list},
  lgcode     = {Awa [awb], Yagaria [ygr], Chimbu Proper-Kuman [kue], Enga of Lang 1973 = Enga [enq], Gadsup [gaj], Auyana-Usarufa [auy], Gende [gaf], Yabiyufa = Yaweyuha [yby], Asaro-Gahuku [gah], Benabena [bef], Kamano-Keiagana = Keyagana [kyg], Kanite-Yagaria [kbq], Fore [for], Gimi = Gimi [gim], Kalam [kmh], Kobon [kpw], Wiru [wiu], Fasu [faa], Foe [foi], Baruya [byr], Dadibi [mps], Pawaian [pwa], Kairi = Rumu [klq], Minanibai = Minanibai-Foia Foia [mcv], Toaripi [tqo], Purari [iar]},
  lgfamily   = {Turama-Kikori},
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Languages

Name in source Glottolog languoid
Awa
Yagaria
Chimbu Proper-Kuman
Enga of Lang 1973
Gadsup
Auyana-Usarufa
Gende
Yabiyufa
Asaro-Gahuku
Benabena
Kamano-Keiagana
Kanite-Yagaria
Fore
Gimi
Kalam
Kobon
Wiru
Fasu
Foe
Baruya
Dadibi
Pawaian
Kairi
Minanibai
Toaripi
Purari