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Siriano (Also called "Selea" o "Sura") are an Tucanoan people indigenous to Colombia and Brazil. Their total population is estimated at 347 with most living in Colombia. Their culturally exogamous system means that linguistically speakers are identified by the first language of their father.

Ibanez Fonseca, Rodrigo (1972) Los Siriano. Bogota: University of the Andes.

Nagler, Christine, and Beverly Brandrup (1979) "Fonologia del Siriano"; Sistemas fonologicos de idiomas colombianos IV: 101-126. ILV. Lomalinda: Editorial Townsend.

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