Barasana
Indigenous Group Barasana (Also known as: Comea, Barasana, Janena, Barasana, Hanera, Southern Barasano, Paneroa, Eduria, Edulia)
Location Colombia, North Western Amazonia, Vaupes, Lower Apaporis, Caño Colorado, Pira-Parana
Estimated Population 1,891 (Retrieved 2006, Etnias de Colombia)
Environment Interfluvial / Tropical / Rainforest
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Hunter / Gatherer / Fishing / Agriculture
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Barasana
Classification: Tucanoan, Eastern Tuconoan, Central, Southern
Alternate names: Southern Barasano, Paneroa, Eduria, Edulia
Dialects: Taiwano (Taibano, Taiwaeno), Janera, Comematsa
Website URLs Ethnologue: Barasana, A Language of Colombia
Etnias de colombia: Barasana ethnic group
A Reanalysis of Accent Hopping in Barasana Verbs
Tone versus Pitch accent typology in Barasana
Socio Ambiental: Northwest amazon
Plants of the Gods by Wade Davis: Chapter; Shadows in the Sun
Shamanism and projects of development among Indigenous groups of the Lower Apaporis
UNHCR : Programme to combat Racial discrimination Columbia
NGOs Etnias de Colombia
The Gaia Foundation (GAIA)
Conservation International - Colombia