Ankamuti territory, according to Norman Tindale, extended over some 700 square miles (1,800 km2) around the western side of Cape York, as far south as Vrilya Point. Its inland extension was close to the headwaters of the Jardine River. Offshore, they were also on Possession Island and the western islands of Endeavour Strait.
- Yumakundji. (perhaps a Yadhaykenu exonym)
- Ondaima. (? perhaps referring to a horde)
- Oiyamkwi. (people on Red Island)
- Apukwi. (people of Crab Island).
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