Tequiraca–Canichana languages

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Tequiraca–Canichana
(controversial)
Geographic
distribution:
Bolivia, Peru
Linguistic classification: Tequiraca–Canichana
Subdivisions:
Glottolog: None

Tequiraca–Canichana is a possible language family proposed in Kaufman (1994) uniting two erstwhile language isolates, Canichana of Bolivia and Tequiraca of Peru, both of which are either extinct or nearly so. The proposal is not included in Campbell & Grondona (2012).