AVIAN PALAEONTOLOGICAL LITERATURE ONLINE



This is a collection of links to literature on avian palaeontology available online. At the moment it comprises some 650 links. I think that it is fairly comprehensive for major sites, but undoubtedly I have missed many papers that are available on the authors' own websites.
I would appreciate information about any sites I have missed (and any dead links). Please send any corrections and additions to Tommy Tyrberg.

Many of the links to the older references are to Bibliotheque Nationale's Gallica site. This is a vast, complex and somewhat forbidding site, particularly for the non-francophone, so some notes on how to use it may be in order.
This is a javascript-driven site, so links are only possible to document level, not page level. You need to make a note of the page numbers before clicking the link. You will be transferred to page one of the relevant document (often an annual volume of some periodical). Once there you can browse one page at a time by writing the first page number in “aller page” and pressing “Enter”. You can then move one page at a time by clicking “>” (or “<”). It is also possible to download a block of pages as a file, “télécharger”, in either PDF or multi-page TIFF format.


Last uppdated 2005-11-23





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Acosta Hospitaleche, C. & Canto, J. 2005. Primer registro de cráneos de Palaeospheniscus (Aves, Spheniscidae), procedentes de la Formación Bahía Inglesa (Mioceno Medio-Tardío), Chile. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 78:489-495. PDF

Allen, J, A. 1899. Abstract from Farrington O. C. A fossil Egg from South Dakotas in Field Columb. Mus. 1899. 191. Auk 16:370. DejaVu    PDF

Alvarenga, H. M. F. & Höfling, E. 2003. Systematic revision of the Phorusrhacidae (Aves: Ralliformes). Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia 43(4):55-91. PDF    HTML

Amadon, D. 1947. An estimated weight of the largest known bird. Condor 49:159-164. DejaVu    PDF

Amadon, D. 1963. Comparison of fossil and recent species: some difficulties. Condor 65:407-409. DejaVu    PDF

Anderson, A. J. 1989. On evidence for the survival of moa in European fiordland. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 12 (Suppl.):39-44. PDF

Arroyo-Cabrales, J. & Johnson, E. 2003. Catálogo de los ejemplares tipo procedentes de la Cueva de San Josecito, Nuevo León, México. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas 20(1):79-93. PDF

Atkinson, I. A. E. & Greenwood, R, M. 1987. Moa-Plant Relationships. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 10:161. PDF

Atkinson, I. A. E. & Greenwood, R. M. 1989. Relationships between moas and plants. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 12 (Suppl.):67-96. PDF



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Baird, D. 1967. Age of Fossil Birds from the Greensands of New Jersey. Auk 84:260-262. DejaVu    PDF

Baker, A. J., Huynen, L. J., Haddrath, O., Millar, C. D. & Lambert, D. M. 2005. Reconstructing the tempo and mode of evolution in an extinct clade of birds with ancient DNA: The giant moas of New Zealand. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 102(23):8257-8262. PDF

Barnosky, A. D. et al. 2004. Exceptional record of mid-Pleistocene vertebratse helps differentiate climatic from anthropogenic ecosystem perturbation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 101(25):9297-9302. PDF    HTML

Batcheler, C. L. 1989. Moa browsing and vegetation formations, with particular reference to deciduous and poisonous plants. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 12 (Suppl.):57-65. PDF

Beavan-Athfield, N., Sparks, R. J. 2001. Dating of Rattus exulans and bird bone from Pleasant River (Otago, New Zealand): radiocarbon anomalies from diet. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 31(4):801-809. PDF

Becker, J. J. 1982. Birds of the Pleistocene American Falls Local Fauna, Idaho. Condor 84:449. DejaVu    PDF

Becker, J. J. 1986. A fossil motmot (Aves: Momotidae) from the late Miocene of Florida. Condor 88:478-482. DejaVu    PDF

Becker, J. J. 1986. Re-identification of "Phalacrocorax" subvolans Brodkorb as the earliest record of Anhingidae. Auk 103:804-808. DejaVu    PDF

Becker, J. J. 1987. Revision of "Falco" ramenta Wetmore and the Neogene evolution of the Falconidae. Auk 104:270-276. DejaVu    PDF

Bedetti, C. 2001. Update Middle Pleistocene fossil birds data from Quartaccio quarry (Vitinia, Roma, Italy). La terra degli Elefanti/The World of Elephants, eds.: G. Cavarretta, P. Gioia, M. Mussi, M. R. Palombo. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, Università degli Sudi di Roma la Sapienza , pp. 18-22. PDF

Behrensmeyer, A. K., C. T. Stayton & R. E. Chapman 2003. Taphonomy and ecology of modern avifaunal remains from Amboseli Park, Kenya. Paleobiology 29(1):52-70. HTML

Bertelli, S. & Chiappe, L. M. 2005. Earliest Tinamous (Aves: Paleognathae) from the Miocene of Argentina and their phylogenetic position. Contributions in Science, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County 502:1-23. PDF

Bianconi, G. G. 1865 Recherches sur les os de l'Epiornis maximus. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 60:179-180. PDF/TIFF

Bianconi, G. G. 1870. Recherches sur les Aepyornis. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 70:162-163 PDF/TIFF

Blainville, H. M. D. de 1840. Rapport sur deux mémoires de M. Puel, intitulés: l'un, "Sur le renne fossile, et en particulier sur les débris de cet animal trouvés dans le département du Lot"; l'autre "Sur des ossements fossiles de mammifères et d'oiseaux trouvés dans le departement Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 11:390-393. PDF/TIFF

Bock, W. J. 2000. Explanatory History of the Origin of Feathers. American Zoologist 40(4):478-485. HTML

Boev, Z. N. 2001. Birds over the mammoths' heads in Bulgaria. La terra degli Elefanti/The World of Elephants, eds.: G. Cavarretta, P. Gioia, M. Mussi, M. R. Palombo. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, Università degli Sudi di Roma la Sapienza , pp. 180-186. PDF

Boles, W. E. 2005. A new flightless gallinule (Aves: Rallidae: Gallinula) from the Oligo-Miocene of Riversleigh, northwestern Queensland, Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 57:179-190. PDF

Boles, W. E. 2005. A review of the Australian fossil storks of the genus Ciconia (Aves: Ciconiidae), with the description of a new species. Records of the Australian Museum 57:165-178. PDF

Bonaparte, C. L. 1856. Conspectus ineptorum et struthiorum. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 43:840-841. PDF/TIFF

Bonaparte, C. L. 1856. Ornithologie fossile servant d'introduction au Tableau comparatif des Ineptes et des Autruches. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 43:775-783. PDF/TIFF

Boule, M. & Chauvet, G 1899. Sur le existence d'une faune d'animaux arctiques dans la Charente à l'époque quaternaire. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 128:1188-1190. PDF/TIFF

Bradbury, W. C. 1919. Some notes on the egg of Aepyornis maximus. Condor 21:97-101. DejaVu    PDF

Brathwaite, D. H. & Holdaway, R. N. 1987. A preliminary reconstruction of Harpagornis moorei: Top predator in the moa's world. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 10:162. PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1952. A new rail from the Pleistocene of Florida. Wilson Bulletin 64:80-82, 1 fig. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1952. The types of Lambrecht's fossil bird genera. Condor 54:174-175. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1953. A Pliocene gull from Florida. Wilson Bulletin 65:94-98. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1953. A review of the Pliocene loons. Condor 55:211-214. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1953. Pleistocene birds from Haile, Florida. Wilson Bulletin 65:49-50. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1954. A chachalaca from the Miocene of Florida. Wilson Bulletin 66:180-183. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1954. Another new rail from the Pleistocene of Florida. Condor 56:103-104. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1956. Pleistocene birds from Crystal Springs, Florida. Wilson Bulletin 68:158. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1956. Pleistocene birds from Eichelberger Cave, Florida. Auk 73:136-137. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1956. Two new birds from the Miocene of Florida. Condor 58:367-370. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1958. Birds from the middle Pliocene of McKay, Oregon. Condor 60:252-255. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1958. Fossil birds from Idaho. Wilson Bulletin 70:237-242. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1959. Pleistocene birds from New Providence Island, Bahamas. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 4(11):349-371. PDF    JPEG

Brodkorb, P. 1959. The Pleistocene avifauna of Arredondo, Florida. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 4(9):269-291 PDF    JPEG

Brodkorb, P. 1960. Great Auk and Common Murre from a Florida midden. Auk 77:342-343. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1960. How many species of birds have existed? Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 5(3):41-56. PDF    JPEG

Brodkorb, P. 1961. Notes of fossil tinamous. Auk 78:257. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1962. The systematic position of two Oligocene birds from Belgium. Auk 79:706-707. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1963. A giant flightless bird from the Pleistocene of Florida. Auk 80:111-115. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1963. Catalogue of fossil birds: Part 1 (Archaeopterygiformes through Ardeiformes). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 7(4):179-293. PDF    JPEG

Brodkorb, P. 1963. The name of a fossil rail and its date of publication. Auk 80:542. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1963. Two doves in the Pleistocene of Veracruz, Mexico. Condor 65:334. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. 1964. Catalogue of fossil birds: Part 2 (Anseriformes through Galliformes). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 8(3):195-335. PDF    JPEG

Brodkorb, P. 1967. Catalogue of fossil birds: Part 3 (Ralliformes, Ichthyornithiformes, Charadriiformes). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 11(3):99-220. PDF    JPEG

Brodkorb, P. 1971. Catalogue of fossil birds: Part 4 (Columbiformes through Piciformes). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 15(4):163-266. PDF    JPEG

Brodkorb, P. 1972. Neogene fossil jays from the Great Plains. Condor 74:347-349. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. & Dawson, E. W. 1962. Nomenclature of Quaternary coots frorn oceanic islands. Auk 79:267-269. DejaVu    PDF

Brodkorb, P. & Phillips, A. R. 1973. Pleistocene birds from the Valley of Mexico. Auk 90:438-440. DejaVu    PDF

Brush, A. H. 2000. Evolving a Protofeather and Feather Diversity. American Zoologist 40(4):631-639. HTML

Buckland, W. 1822. Account of an assemblage of fossil teeth and bones of elephant, rhinoceros, hippopotamus, bear, tiger and hyaena, and sixteen other animals; discovered in a cave at Kirkdale, Yorkshire, in the year 1821; with a comparative view of five similar caverns. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 112:171-236. PDF/TIFF

Bühler, P., Martin, L. D. & Witmer, L. M. 1988. Cranial kinesis in the Late Cretaceous birds Hesperornis and Parahesperornis. Auk 105(1):111-122. DejaVu    PDF

Bunce, M. et al. 2005. Ancient DNA Provides New Insights into the Evolutionary History of New Zealand's Extinct Giant Eagle. PLoS Biology 3(1):44-46. HTML

Burrows, C. J. 1980. Some empirical information concerning the diet of moas. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 3:125-130. PDF

Burrows, C. J. 1989. Moa browsing: evidence from the Pyramid Valley mire. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 12 (Suppl.):51-56. PDF



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Campbell, K. E., Jr. 1976. An early Pleistocene avifauna from Haile XVA, Florida. Wilson Bulletin 88:345-347. DejaVu    PDF

Campbell, K. E., Jr. 1995. A review of the cranes (Aves: Gruidae) of Rancho La Brea, with the description of a new species. Contributions in Science, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County 452:1-13. PDF

Campbell, K. E., Jr. & Tonni, E. P. 1983. Size and locomotion in teratorns (Aves: Teratornithidae. Auk 100:390-403. DejaVu    PDF

Camper, P. 1786. Conjectures relative to the petrifications found in St. Peter's Mountain near Maestricht. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 76:443-456 (Aves p. 451). PDF/TIFF

Caughley, G. 1989. New Zealand plant-herbivore systems: past and present. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 12 (Suppl.):3-10. PDF

Chandler, R. M. 1982. A reevaluation of the Pliocene owl Lechusa stirtoni Miller. Auk 99:580-581, DejaVu    PDF

Chandler, R. M. 1982. A second record of Pleistocene Passenger Pigeon from California. Condor 84:242. DejaVu    PDF

Chandler, R. M. 1998. Additions and Comments on the fossil Birds of Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, Sioux County Nebraska. National Park Service Paleontological Research, Technical Report NPS/NRGR/GRDTR-98/1:1-4. HTML

Chandler, R. M. 1999. Fossil birds of Florissant, Colorado: with a description of a new genus and species of Cuckoo. In: Santucci, V.L. and McClelland, L.: National Park Service Paleontological Research, Volume 4. Geologic Resources Division Technical Report NPS/NRGRD/GRDTR-99/03:49-53., U.S. Department of the Interior, 126 pp. DOC

Chandler, R. M. & Wall, P. 2002. The first record of bird eggs from the early Oligocene (Orellan) of North America. Proceedings of the 6th Fossil Resource Conference. Geologic Resource Division Technical Report NPS/NRGRD/GRDTR-01. HTML

Chiappe, L. M., Lamb, J. P. & Ericson, P. G. P. 2002. New enantiornithine bird from the marine upper Cretaceous of Alabama. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 22(1):170-174. PDF

Chiappe, L. M., Norell, M. A. & Clark, J. M. 1997. Mononykus and Birds: Methods and Evidence. Auk 114:300-302. DejaVu    PDF

Chiappe, L. M., Norell, M. A. & Clark, J. M. 2001. A new skull of Gobipteryx minuta (Aves: Enantiornithes) from the Cretaceous of the Gobi Desert. American Museum Novitates 3346:1-15. PDF

Christiansen, P. & Bonde, N. 2000. Axial and appendicular pneumaticity in Archaeopteryx. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 267:2501-2505. PDF

Clark, G. R., Petchey, P., McGlone, M. S. & Bristow, P. 1996. Faunal and Floral Remains from Earnscleugh Cave, Central Otago, New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 26(3):363-380. PDF

Clarke, J. A. & Chiappe, L. M. 2001. A new carinate bird from the Late Cretaceous of Patagonia (Argentina). American Museum Novitates 3323:1-23. PDF

Clarke, J. A. & Norell, M. A. 2002. The Morphology and Phylogenetic Position of Apsaravis ukhaana from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia. American Museum Novitates 3387:1-44. PDF

Clarke, J. A. & Norell, M. A. 2004. New Avialan Remains and a Review of the Known Avifauna from the Late Cretaceous Nemegt Formation of Mongolia. American Museum Novitates 3447:1-12. PDF

Clarke, J. A., Olivera, E. B. & Puerto, P. 2003. Description of the Earliest Fossil Penguin from South America and first Paleogene Vertebrate Locality of Tierra De Fuego, Argentina. American Museum Novitates 3423:1-18. PDF

Clarke, J. A., Tambussi, C. P. et al. 2005. Definitive fossil evidence for the extant avian radiation in the Cretaceous. Nature (London) 433:305-308. PDF

Clout, M. N., & Hay, J. R. 1989. The importance of birds as browsers, pollinators and seed dispersers in New Zealand forests. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 12 (Suppl.):27-33. PDF

Coleman, J. L., Shane, P. A. R., Grant-Mackie, J. A. & Gregory, M. R. 2001. Identification of a distal ignimbrite in Quaternary strata of the Gisborne area: Implications for ignimbrite dispersal, stratigraphy, and paleofauna. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics 44(2):337-345. PDF

Collen, J. D., Grapes, R. H. & Eagar, S. H. 2000. Moa fossils and chronology of a Pleistocene terrace sequence, Tauweru, Wairarapa, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics 43(4):483-491. PDF

Collins, C. T. 1964. Fossil ibises from the Rexroad fauna of the upper Pliocene of Kansas. Wilson Bulletin 76:43-49. DejaVu    PDF

Compton, L. V. 1934. Fossil bird remains from the Manix Lake deposits of California. Condor 36:166-168. DejaVu    PDF

Compton, L. V. 1934. Fossil bird remains from the Pliocene and Pleistocene of Texas. Condor 36:40-41. DejaVu    PDF

Compton, L. V. 1934. New bird records from the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea. Condor 36:221-222. DejaVu    PDF

Compton, L. V. 1935. An anserine fossil from the Pliocene of western Nebraska. Condor 37:43-44. DejaVu    PDF

Cooke, R. G. & Olson, S. L. 1984. An archaeological record for the white-faced whistling-duck. Condor 86:493-494. DejaVu    PDF

Cooper, A. & Penny, D. 1997. Mass Survival of Birds Across the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary - Molecular Evidence. Science 275(5303):1109-1113. PDF

Cooper, A., Mourer-Chauviré, C., Chambers, G. K., Haeseler, A. V., Wilson, A. C. & Pääbo, S. 1992. Independent origins of New Zealand moas and kiwis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 89:8741-8744. PDF

Cowles, R. B. & Baum, W. K. (compiler) 1972 Loye Holmes Miller; the interpretive naturalist. Condor 74:237-267. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 1968. First record of the turkey Meleagris gallopavo from the Pleistocene of Mexico. Condor 70:274. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 1968. Reallocation of the Eocene fossil Palaeophasianus meleagroides Shufeldt. Wilson Bulletin 80:281-285. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 1968. The Whooping Crane from the Lower Pleistocene of Arizona. Wilson Bulletin 80:490. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 1969. Notes on fossil hawks (Accipitridae). Auk 86:353-354. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 1970. A new species of Telmabates (Phoenicopteriformes) from the lower Eocene of Patagonia. Condor 72:479-480. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 1971. The humerus of the early Miocene cracid, Boreortalis laesslei Brodkorb. Wilson Bulletin 83:200-201. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 1972. A new Cretaceous charadriiform family. Auk 89:36-46. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 1972. The relationships of the higher taxa of birds: problems in phylogenetic reasoning. Condor 74:379-392. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 1977. Special review: John Ostrom's studies of Archaeopteryx, the origin of birds, and the evolution of avian flight. Wilson Bulletin 89:488-492. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 1981. Toward a phylogenetic classification of the recent birds of the world (Class Aves). Auk 98:681-714. DejaVu    PDF

Cracraft, J. 2001. Avian evolution, Gondwana biogeography and the Cretaceous-Tertiary mass extinction event. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 268(1466):459-469. PDF

Cracraft, J. & Rich, P. V. 1972. The systematics and evolution of the Cathartidae in the Old World Tertiary. Condor 74:272-283. DejaVu    PDF

Cruz, A. 1974. Distribution, probable evolution and fossil record of West Indian woodpeckers (Family Picidae). Caribbean Journal of Science 14:183-188. PDF

Cuvier, G. 1800. Sur les Ornitholithes de Montmartre. Bulletin des Sciences par la société Philomatique de Paris (II) 41:129. PDF/TIFF

Cuvier, G. 1800. Addition à l'article des Ornitholithes. Bulletin des Sciences par la société Philomatique de Paris (II) 42:141 PDF/TIFF



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Davis, S. J. M. 2002. The mammals and birds from Gruta do Caldeirao, Portugal. Revista Portuguesa de Arqueologia 5(2):29-98. PDF

Dawson, W. R. 1948. Records of fringillids from the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea. Condor 50:57-63. DejaVu    PDF

Dawson, W. R. 1950. A comparison of Pipilo ocai and the fossil Pipilo angelensis. Condor 52:88. DejaVu    PDF

DeFrance, S. D. & Umire ¦lvarez, A. 2004. Quebrada Tacahuay: un sitio marítimo del Pleistoceno tardío en la costa sur del Perú. Chungará (Arica) 36(2):257-278. PDF    HTML

DeMay, I. S. 1941. An avifauna from Sub-Recent deposits at Lower Klamath Lake, California. Condor 43:295-296. DejaVu    PDF

Depéret, C. 1892. Sur la faune d'oiseaux pliocènes du Roussillon. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 114:690-692. PDF/TIFF

Desnoyers, J. 1859. Sur des empreintes de pas d'animaux dans le gypse des environs de Paris, particulièrement dans la vallée de Montmorency. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 49:67-73. PDF/TIFF

Dial, K. D. 2003. Wing-Assisted Incline Running and the evolution of flight. Science 299:402-404. PDF

Dilger, William C. 1957. The loss of teeth in birds. Auk 74:103-104. DejaVu    PDF

Downs, T. 1954. Pleistocene birds from the Jones fauna of Kansas. Condor 56:207-221. DejaVu    PDF

Duncan, K. W. & Holdaway, R. N. 1987 Footprint pressures of moas and ungulates. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 10:161. PDF

Duncan, K. W. & Holdaway, R. N. 1989. Footprint pressures and locomotion of moas and ungulates and their effects on the New Zealand indigenous biota through trampling. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 12 (Suppl.):97-101. PDF

Duncan, R. P., Blackburn, T. M. & Worthy, T. H. 2002. Prehistoric bird extinctions and human hunting. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 269:517-521. PDF

Duvernay, G.-L. 1854 [Note sur l'Epyornis]. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences (Paris) 39:836-837. PDF/TIFF

Dyke, G. J. 2001. The fossil waterfowl (Aves, Anseriformes) from the Eocene of England. American Museum Novitates 3354:1-15. PDF

Dyke, G. J. 2003. The phylogenetic position of Gallinuloides Eastman (Aves: Galliformes) from the Tertiary of North America. ZooTaxa 199:1-10. PDF

Dyke, G. J. & Gulas, B. E. 2001. The fossil galliform bird Paraortygoides from the Eocene of the United Kingdom. American Museum Novitates 3360:1-14. PDF

Dyke, G. J. & Mayr, G. 1999. Did parrots exist in the Cretaceous period? Nature (London) 399:317-318. PDF

Dyke, G. J. & Norell, M. A. 2005. Caudipteryx as a non-avialan theropod rather than a flightless bird. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 50(1):101-116. PDF

Dyke, G. J. & van Tuinen, M. 2004. The evolutionary radiation of modern birds (Neornithes): reconciling molecules, morphology and the fossil record. Zoological Journal of the Linnaean Society 141:153-177. PDF



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Elzanowski, A. & Brett-Surman, M. K. 1995. Avian Premaxilla and Tarsometatarsus from the Uppermost Cretaceous of Montana. Auk 112:762-767. DejaVu    PDF

Emslie, S. D. 1985. A new species of teal from the Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) of Wyoming. Auk 102:201-205. DejaVu    PDF

Emslie, S. D. 1988. An early Condor-like vulture from North America. Auk 105(3):529-535. DejaVu    PDF

Emslie, S. D. 1992. The avifauna from APAC shell pit, Sarasota County, Florida. Florida Geological Survey, Special Publication 36:179-180. PDF

Emslie, S. D. 1996. A fossil Scrub-Jay supports a recent systematic decision. Condor 98:687-695. DejaVu    PDF

Engles, W. L. 1935. Status of Toxostoma redivivum in the Rancho La Brea fauna. Condor 37:258. DejaVu    PDF



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Feduccia, A. 1967. A new swallow from the Fox Canyon local fauna (upper Pliocene) of Kansas. Condor 69:526-527. DejaVu    PDF

Feduccia, A. 1967. Ciconia maltha and Grus americana from the upper Pliocene of Idaho. Wilson Bulletin 79:316-318. DejaVu    PDF

Feduccia, A. 1968. The Pliocene Rails of North America. Auk 85:441-453. DejaVu    PDF

Feduccia, A. 1970. The avifauna of the Sand Draw local fauna (Aftonian) of Brown County, Nebraska. Wilson Bulletin 82:332-335. DejaVu    PDF

Feduccia, A. 1973. Fossil birds from the Late Pleistocene Ingleside Fauna, San Patricio County, Texas. Condor 75:243-244. DejaVu    PDF

Feduccia, A. 1974. Another Old World vulture from the New World. Wilson Bulletin 86:251-255. DejaVu    PDF

Feduccia, A. 1976. Osteological evidence for shorebird affinities of the flamingos. Auk 93:587-601. DejaVu    PDF

Feduccia, A. 1999. Comment to the paper by Wagner G. P. and Gauthier J. A. 1,2,3=2,3,4: Accomodating the cladogram. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 96:4740-4742. PDF    HTML

Feduccia, A. & Ford, N. L. 1970. Some birds of prey from the upper Pliocene of Kansas. Auk 87:795-797. DejaVu    PDF

Fisher, H. I. 1944. The skulls of the cathartid vultures. Condor 46:272-296. DejaVu    PDF

Fisher, H. I. 1952. The validity of the fossil crane Grus nannodes. Condor 54:205-206. DejaVu    PDF

Fleischer, R. C., Olson, S. L., James, H. F. & Cooper, A. C. 2000. Identification of the extinct Hawaiian Eagle (Haliaeetus) by mtDNA sequence analysis. Auk 117(4):1051-1056. HTML

Flux, J. E. C. 1989. Biogeographic theory and the number and habitat of moas. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 12 (Suppl.):35-37. PDF

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Ford, N. L. 1966. Fossil owls from the Rexroad fauna of the upper Pliocene of Kansas. Condor 68:472-475. DejaVu    PDF

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Mayr, G. 2001. The earliest fossil record of a modern-type piciform bird from the late Oligocene of Germany. Journal für Ornithologie 142(1):2-6. PDF

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Mayr, G. 2002. On the osteology and phylogenetic affinities of the Pseudasturidae - Lower Eocene stem-group representatives of parrots (Aves, Psittaciformes). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society [London] 136(4):715-729. PDF

Mayr, G. 2002. Osteological evidence for paraphyly of the avian order Caprimulgiformes (nightjars and allies). Journal für Ornithologie 143(1):82-97. PDF

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Miller, A. H. & Compton, L. V. 1939. Two fossil birds from the Lower Miocene of South Dakota. Condor 41:153-156. DejaVu    PDF

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