Omagua
Indigenous Group Omagua (Also known as: Omagua-Yete, Ariana, Pariana, Anapia, Macanipa, Kambeba, Yhuata, Umaua, Cambeba, Campeba, Cambela, Cambeeba, Compeva, Canga-Peba, Agua)
Location Peru, department of Loreto, San Joaquín de Omaguas, San Salvador de Omaguas, El Porvenir, Grau, and other settlements on the left bank of the lower Marañón, near to the mouth of the Ucayali.
Estimated Population 10 (2003, Cabeceras Aid Project)
Environment Tropical Jungle
Lifestyle Semi-Nomadic
Subsistence Agriculture / Hunting / Fishing
Level of Assimilation Nearly Untouched
Language Family OmaguaTupi, Tupi-Guarani, Subgroup III
Classification:
Alternative Names: Omagua-Yete, Ariana, Pariana, Anapia, Macanipa, Kambeba, Yhuata, Umaua, Cambeba, Campeba, Cambela, Cambeeba, Compeva, Canga-Peba, Agua

Dialects: Closest to Cocama. Nearly extinct.
Website URLs Ethnologue
Redbook on Endangered Languages
Minnesota State University E-Museum
NGOs Cabeceras Aid Project
AmazonWatch
Amazon Alliance
Minga Peru
AIDESEP (Asociación Interétnica para el Desarrollo de la Selva Peruana)
Chirapaq
Oxfam America