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Ichikawa, M. 1978. The residential groups of the Mbuti pygmies. Senri Ethnological Studies 1, 131-188.

Ichikawa, M. 1982. The hunters of the forest: the Mbuti pygmies. Kyoto: Jinbuin-Shoin.

Ichikawa, M. 1983. An examination of the hunting-dependent life of the Mbuti pygmies, eastern Zaire. African Study Monographs 4, 55-76.

Ichikawa, M. 1987. Food restrictions of the Mbuti pygmies, eastern Zaire. African Study Monographs, Supplement 6, 97-121.

Ichikawa, M. 1991. The impact of commoditisation on the Mbuti of eastern Zaire. In N. Peterson and T. Matsuyama (eds.), Cash, commoditisation and changing foragers. Senri Ethnological Studies 30, 135-162.

Ichikawa, M. 1998. The birds as indicators of the invisible world: ethno-ornithology of the Mbuti hunter-gatherers. African Study Monographs, Supplement 25, 105-121.

Ichikawa, M. 2004a. Benefit of foresight: from evolutionary interest to global environmental problems. Before Farming 4, Article 7.

Ichikawa, M. 2004b. The Japanese tradition of central African hunter-gatherer studies: with comparative observation on the French and American traditions. In A. Barnard (ed.), Hunter-Gatherers in history, archaeology and anthropology, 103-114. Oxford: Berg Publishers.

Ichikawa, M. 2005. The history and current situation of anthropological studies on Africa in

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Ichikawa, M. 2006. Problems in the conservation of rainforests in Cameroon. African Study Monographs, Supplement 33, 3-20.

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