M. Cenizo et al. 2016

Full reference
M. Cenizo, C. Acosta Hospitaleche, and M. Reguero. 2016. Diversity of pseudo-toothed birds (Pelagornithidae) from the Eocene of Antarctica. Journal of Paleontology [M. Uhen/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  58774
Created:  2016-04-07 12:12:15
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1017/jpa.2015.48
Taxonomic opinions (18) - view classification
'Cyphornis magnus belongs to Cyphornis' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Cyphornis belongs to Pelagornithidae' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Dasornis abdoun belongs to Dasornis' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Dasornis belongs to Pelagornithidae' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Gigantornis eaglesomei belongs to Gigantornis' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Gigantornis belongs to Pelagornithidae' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Lithornis emuinus is recombined as Dasornis emuinus' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Lutetodontopteryx tethyensis belongs to Lutetodontopteryx' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Lutetodontopteryx belongs to Pelagornithidae' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Odontopteryx toliapica is recombined as Dasornis toliapica' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Osteodontornis orri is recombined as Pelagornis orri' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Pelagornis chilensis belongs to Pelagornis' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Pelagornis mauretanicus belongs to Pelagornis' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Pelagornis miocaenus belongs to Pelagornis' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Pelagornis sandersi belongs to Pelagornis' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Pelagornis belongs to Pelagornithidae' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Pelagornithidae belongs to Odontopterygiformes' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
'Pseudodontornis stirtoni is recombined as Pelagornis stirtoni' according to M. Cenizo et al. 2016
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