||35 (2002 SIL), decreasing. 1 monolingual. Ethnic population: 500.
||Loreto Province, Pintoyacu, Nanay, and Chambira rivers; San Antonia and Atalaya.
Peru, reference number 40
||Amacacore, Hamacore, Ikito, Iquita, Puca-Uma, Quiturran
||Pintuyacu. Similar to Cahuarano [cah].
||Official language. Older adults. Negative language attitude. Also use Spanish.
||Literacy rate in L2: 75%. Bible portions: 1963.
||By 1958–1966 they had 100 speakers on the verge of extinction and acculturation to Spanish-speaking society. Children understood but did not speak Iquito [iqu], adults were bilingual with Spanish, older people understood Spanish, but only spoke Iquito. Speakers died from measles, whooping cough, and pneumonia. The rubber boom and landowner (patron) system had devastating effects. Swidden agriculturalists: yucca; fishermen; hunters; chicle and rubber gatherers; traders. Christian. Nearly extinct.