Buteo de Lacep├Ęde 1799 (hawk)

Aves - Accipitriformes - Accipitridae

Synonym: Archibuteo Brehm 1828

Parent taxon: Accipitridae according to J. F. Clements et al. 2017

See also Alcover 1989, Bickart 1990, Carroll 1988, Galbreath 1953, Lambrecht 1933, Olson and Rasmussen 2001, Schultz and Howard 1935 and Wetmore 1962

Sister taxa: Accipiter, Accipitrinae, Aegypiinae, Amplibuteo, Apatosagittarius, Aquila, Aquilavus, Aquilinae, Aviceda, Butastur, Buteogallus, Buteoninae, Calohierax, Circinae, Circus, 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, Titanohierax, Trigonoceps, Uroaetus, Urubitinga, Vulturidarum

Subtaxa: Buteo ales Buteo antecursor Buteo brachypterus Buteo buteo Buteo contortus Buteo coterminus Buteo dananus Buteo fluviaticus Buteo grangeri Buteo hoffstetteri Buteo jamaicensis Buteo lagopus Buteo lineatus Buteo nitidus Buteo platypterus Buteo quadratus Buteo regalis Buteo rufinus Buteo solitarius Buteo swainsoni Buteo typhoius

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Ecology: volant carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of the Bahamas (3 collections), Barbados (1), Bermuda (1), Canada (1: British Columbia), Ecuador (1), France (1), Greece (6), Italy (3), Japan (2), Madagascar (3), Martinique (1), Monaco (1), Peru (1), Puerto Rico (1), the Russian Federation (3), Spain (2), the United Kingdom (1), United States (51: California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, New Mexico, Ohio, Utah, Virginia, Wyoming), Venezuela (1)

• Blancan of Mexico (1)

• Pliocene of Spain (1), United States (1: North Carolina)

• Hemphillian of United States (2: Florida, Nebraska)

• Harrisonian of United States (1: Nebraska)

• Oligocene of United States (2: Colorado, South Dakota)

Total: 92 collections including 122 occurrences

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