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For the 16th-century knight, see Ralph Bulmer (soldier)

Ralph Neville Hermon Bulmer (3 April 1928 – 18 July 1988) was a twentieth-century ethnobiologist who worked in Papua New Guinea, particularly with the Kalam people. From 1974 he made a radical shift by changing the role of his Kalam informants and collaborators, allowing them to shape the purpose of ethnography and to make them authors rather than consultants. Bulmer's tree frog (Ranoidea bulmeri) is named after him.

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by Bulmer, Ralph, 1928-1988
Auckland [N.Z.] : Dept. of Anthropology, University of Auckland, 1986
 
 
by Bulmer, Ralph, 1928-1988
[Boroko, T.P.N.G. : Dept. of Anthropology and Sociology] University of Papua and New Guinea, [1969]
 
 
by Bulmer, Ralph, 1928-1988
[La Jolla, Calif. : University of California, San Diego, Melanesian Studies Resource Center, 1985]
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by Pawley, Andrew, 1941-
Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia and the Pacific, the Australian National University ©2011
 
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