Titanohierax Wetmore 1937 (hawk)

Aves - Accipitriformes - Accipitridae

Full reference: A. Wetmore. 1937. Bird remains from cave deposits on Great Exuma Island in the Bahamas. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 80:427-441

Parent taxon: Accipitridae according to S. L. Olson and W. B. Hilgartner 1982

Sister taxa: Accipiter, Accipitrinae, Aegypiinae, Amplibuteo, Apatosagittarius, Aquila, Aquilavus, Aquilinae, Aviceda, Butastur, Buteo, Buteogallus, Buteoninae, Calohierax, Circinae, Circus, Clanga, Elanoides, Elanus, Geranoaetus, Gypaetinae, Gypaetus, Gypohierax, Gyps, Haliaeetus, Haliastur, Harpia, Hieraaetus, Ictinaetus, Ictinia, Macheiramphus, Melierax, Milvinae, Milvoides, Milvus, Miohierax, Necrastur, Necrosyrtes, Neogyps, Neophron, Neophrontops, Palaeastur, Palaeolestes, Palaetus, Parabuteo, Pernis, Proictinia, Rupornis, Spizaetus, Stephanoaetus, Trigonoceps, Uroaetus, Urubitinga, Vulturidarum

Subtaxa: Titanohierax gloveralleni

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Type: Titanohierax gloveralleni

Ecology: volant carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of the Bahamas (2 collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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