VOL. 35 · NO. 2 | July 2015
 
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Articles
Daniel W. Gade
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (2), 213-234, (1 July 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-02-213-234.1
KEYWORDS: Andes, ethnobiology, Urubamba Valley, useful plants, verticality
Clarissa Cagnato, Gayle J. Fritz, Shannon L. Dawdy
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (2), 235-261, (1 July 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-02-235-261.1
KEYWORDS: colonial New Orleans, gardens and archaeobotany, historical archaeology, French colonial history, Spanish colonial history
Brandy R. Fogg, Nimachia Howe, Raymond Pierotti
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (2), 262-285, (1 July 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-02-262-285.1
KEYWORDS: wolves, Canis lupus, dogs, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, Native Americans, American Indians, cooperative hunting
Eugene S. Hunn, Yuliana Venegas Ramírez, Marco Antonio Vásquez Dávila
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (2), 286-313, (1 July 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-02-286-313.1
KEYWORDS: ethnomycology, folk biological classification, traditional environmental knowledge, Zapotec, Edible mushrooms
Robert J. Quinlan, Marsha B. Quinlan, Samuel Dira, Mark Caudell, Amalo Sooge, Awoke Amzaye Assoma
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (2), 314-336, (1 July 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-02-314-336.1
KEYWORDS: enset, Sidama people, crop failures, Ethiopia, Crop diversity
Marc Girondot, Anna Rizzo
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (2), 337-353, (1 July 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-02-337-353.1
KEYWORDS: traditional ecological knowledge, model, French Guiana, Indigenous groups, marine turtles
Maminirina Randrianandrasana, May R. Berenbaum
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (2), 354-383, (1 July 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-02-354-383.1
KEYWORDS: entomophagy, insect, Malagasy, food security, conservation
Research Article
Gregory Forth
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (2), 384-405, (1 July 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-02-384-405.1
KEYWORDS: animal nomenclature, internal variation in folk taxonomy, binomial names, lumpers and splitters, Nage, eastern Indonesia
Articles
Andrew Flachs
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (2), 406-426, (1 July 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-02-406-426.1
KEYWORDS: genetically modified organisms, agrobiodiversity, South India, Indigenous knowledge, agriculture
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