P-channel devices

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Joined Aug 7, 2020
It's a while since I did my semiconductor physics - we touched on III-V devices for about half a lecture (GaAs LEDs and HF transistors), and SiC was nothing other than carborundum then.
There are PNP bipolar transistors in both silicon and germanium, P-channel MOSFETs and even P-channel IGBTs*, but I have never seen any P-channel SiC or GaN devices.
Is this due to a lack of demand, or difficultly in making them (like P-channel valves, for instance, or something like poor carrier mobility)?

* https://download.datasheets.com/pdf...0.2068946679.1650650016-1970184432.1650650016