Wargamay is described by Dixon (1981). Dixon is the only source on Wargamay, and he does not posit complex segments for the language. But he does mention a few suggestive facts:
The learner's outcome in this case is similar to Sundanese: it identifies homorganic nasal-stop clusters as complex segments. From the point of view of distribution, NC clusters are inseparable. Thus, just as in Sundanese, this could be a learning-theoretic argument for a complex segment analysis.
Dixon, Robert M. W. 1981. Wargamay. In Handbook of Australian Languages, ed. Robert M. W. Dixon and B. J. Blake, volume 2. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
The data source is Hayes and Wilson's (2008) lexicon for Wargamay, available on Bruce's site.
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