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Practices of entomophagy and entomotherapy by members of the Nyishi and Galo tribes, two ethnic groups of the state of Arunachal Pradesh (North-East India)
TLDR
At least 81 species of local insects, belonging to 26 families and five orders of insects, are being used as food among members of these two indigenous societies in Arunachal Pradesh, India, with an urgent need to record the role insects play as components of local diets and folk remedies.
Comparative Survey of Entomophagy and Entomotherapeutic Practices in Six Tribes of Eastern Arunachal Pradesh (India)
TLDR
A consolidated list of edible insects used in the eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh by Wangcho (Wancho) and Nocte tribes and the Shingpo, Tangsa, Deori and Chakma of the Changlang District has been prepared.
Vertebrates used for medicinal purposes by members of the Nyishi and Galo tribes in Arunachal Pradesh (North-East India)
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Information on animals and animal parts as components of folk remedies used by local healers and village headmen of the Nyishi and Galo tribes in their respective West Siang and Subansiri districts were obtained through interviews and structured questionnaires.
Chemical composition of Aspongopus nepalensis Westwood 1837 (Hemiptera; Pentatomidae), a common food insect of tribal people in Arunachal Pradesh (India).
We identified nutritionally relevant fatty acids and macro- and micronutrient content in Aspongopus nepalensis Westwood 1837 (Hemiptera), an insect used as food by the ethnic people of Arunachal
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