Pseudodontornis tenuirostris Harrison 1985 (bird)

Aves - Ornithurae - Pelagornithidae

Full reference: C. J. O. Harrison. 1985. A bony-toothed bird (Odontopterygiformes) from the Palaeocene of England. Tertiary Research 7(1):23-25

Belongs to Pseudodontornis according to C. J. O. Harrison 1985

Sister taxon: Osteodontornis orri

Type specimen: NHMUK A5428, a mandible (Portion of left mandible). Its type locality is Oldhaven beds, Herne Bay, which is in a Paleocene/Eocene foreshore horizon in the Oldhaven Beds Formation of the United Kingdom.

Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore

Distribution: found only at Oldhaven beds, Herne Bay

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