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1. The name "Daic" is used by Roger Blench (2008).

2. Blench 2000. Bissa. Susu–Yalunka.

3. Blench, 2000:36).

4. Unseth 1989, Fleming 1991, Blench 2010).

5. It was identified by Roger Blench in 2016.

6. Blench (2006) considers Psikye to be another.

7. Blench (2019) lists Bwatye (endonym: Ɓwaare;

8. Shabo is included per Blench (2010).

9. Blench (2000) separate them from both.

10. Blench suspects it is closer to Benue–Congo.

11. Subclassification follows Blench (2004).

12. Blench (2019) also includes Nincut.

13. Blench (2019) also includes Nigbo (extinct).

14. According to Blench (2006): "Maddieson &

15. they may perhaps be Beboid (Blench 2011).

16. Blench (2011) considers it to be Bantoid.

17. Blench, R. (n.d.).

18. Blench lists the Mandal dialect separately.

19. Ubaghara dialects according to Blench (2019):

20. Blench (2019) also gives the name Guus.

21. Blench (2019) lists:

22. Roger Blench (2019) lists dialects as:

23. Blench (2019) also lists Gura as a dialect.

24. It was first reported by Roger Blench in 2009.

25. It was discovered by Roger Blench in 2017.

26. Blench (2017) reports 2,000 speakers total.

27. It was discovered by Roger Blench in 2016.

28. It is documented in Blench &

29. Blench estimates 5,000 speakers in 2003.

30. Blench classifies it as Northwestern.