Mojeno
 
Indigenous Group Mojeno (Also known as: Mojeno, Moxo, Moxos, Mojos, Mojo, Moxeno, Ignaciano, Trinitario)
Location Bolivia, Beni, Cercado, Moxos, Marban, ballivian, Trinidad, San Javier, San Pedro, Moxos, Loreto, San Andres, San Borja
Estimated Population 76,073 (2003, Amazonia Boliviana)
Environment Tropical / Forest / Savannah
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture / Hunter
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional / Assimilated
Language Family Ignaciano
Classification: Arawakan, Maipuran, Southern Maipuran, Bolivia-Parana
Alternate Names: Moxo, Moxos, Mojos, Mojo

Trinitario
Classification: Arawakan, Maipuran, Southern Maipuran, Bolivia-Parana
Alternate Names: Moxos, Mojos
Dialects: Loreto (Loretano), Javierano
Website URLs Ethnologue: Langauges of Bolivia
Amazonia Boliviana: Moxeno
The Beni Biophere Reserve
Viceministerio de Cultura
Bolivia
Use of medicinal plants in the Bolivian Andes and Amazon
The effects of Economic development on Neotropical Deforestation
Bolivia: Indigenous peoples' forests menaced by oil exploration
Major mitochondrial DNA haplotype heterogeneity in highland and lowland Amerindian populations from Bolivia
NGOs Central de Pueblos Indigenas del Beni
TIMI: The Mojeno-Ignaciano Indigenous Territory Organization
CPITCO: Coordinadora de Pueblos Indígenas del Tropico de Cochabamba
GRAIN
World Rainforest Movement
Mojeno-Ignaciano Indigenous Territory Organization
WWF