|Eastern Cagayan Agta|
Area where Dupaningan Agta is spoken according to Ethnologue
Dupaningan Agta (Dupaninan Agta), or Eastern Cagayan Agta, is a language spoken by a semi-nomadic hunter-gatherer Negrito people of Cagayan and Isabela provinces in northern Luzon, Philippines. Its Yaga dialect is only partially intelligible.
Robinson (2008) reports Dupaningan Agta to be spoken by a total of about 1,400 people in about 35 scattered communities, each with 1-70 households.
Ethnologue reports Yaga, Tanglagan, Santa Ana-Gonzaga, Barongagunay, Palaui Island, Camonayan, Valley Cove, Bolos Point, Peñablanca, Roso (Southeast Cagayan), Santa Margarita as dialects of Dupaningan Agta. 
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Where symbols appear in pairs, the one to the right is voiced.
/a, e/ have lax allophones of [ə, ɛ].