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Territoriality Among Human Foragers: Ecological Models and an Application to Four Bushman Groups [and Comments and Reply]
Cost-benefit models derived from evolutionary ecology have led to the general expectation that territoriality will be found where resources are most abundant and predictable. Literature sources forExpand
Mota and Other Hunting Activities of the Mbuti Archers: A Socio-Ecological Study of Subsistence Technology
Sevcral methods of bow-and-arrow hunting of the Mbuti archers in the Iluri Forest arc described and analyzed in this paper. My observation and the literature indicate that one type of collectiveExpand
Why Efe Girls Marry Farmers?: Socio-ecological Backgrounds of Inter-ethnic Marriage in the Ituri Forest of Central Africa
I. The degree and the trend of inter-ethnic marriage between the Halese farmers and the Efe pygmy hunter-gatherers of the lturi forest of central Africa arc described and analyzed . .-\t least inExpand
A COMPARATIVE ETHNOBOTANY OF THE MBUTI AND EFE HUNTER-GATHERERS IN THE ITURI FOREST, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO
Ethnobotanical research conducted among four groups of the Mbuti and Efe huntergatherers in the Ituri Forest of the Republic of Congo (former Zaire) has revealed their extensive acquaintance with theExpand
Honey and holidays: the interactions mediated by honey between Efe hunter-gatherers and Lese farmers in the Ituri forest
In the Ituri Forest of north-eastern Congo, there is a "honey season," every year, usually around July and August. During this time Efe hunter-gathers move deep into the forest to seek honey. LeseExpand
Names, Use and Attributes of Plants and Animals Among the Ituri Forest Foragers: A Comparative Ethnobotanical and Ethnozoological Study
Ethnobotanical and ethnozoological surveys have been conducted from the 1970s among Ituri forest hunter-gatherers, the Mbuti and Efe, revealing interesting points on the relation- ships between theExpand
Ethnobotany of the Lega in the Tropical Rain Forest of Eastern Zaire: Part Two: Zone de Walikale
Ethnobotanical research was conducted at Nyamakombola, a village of the Lega slash-and-bum agriculturalists, located in the tropical rain forest of northern Legaland, in 1989. Two hundred fifty-eightExpand
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