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BULLETINOF THEFLORIDASTATEMUSEUMBIOLOGICALSCIENCESVOLUME 8UNIVERSITYOFflORIDA Gainesville 1964

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Xumbtls oflbeBUUETIN OPTHE FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM....publil.l ... -dalimetuluinl:.........jM.,dUor\VALTUOMa""'ln,gEdilor CO"tJ.. uJOiptsohouIdbe.odr-.dlOlheM....giagEditoroftbeBulIetiA,PloridaStat..101..-....,BtI:ildioLGainsri1Ie,t1orid&.l\a I,8 l-by196411.55J\o.!,2.JIlIlO'19l1-I 1.4.5No.3.....1961_ 1.75

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10 t ...._= 0 ..THIln..o&lfU,.........nMUiCWoI"",y""inall)'lWdalbiolucY....""tbeCaribbeaD_-.edicited_...Joitabilityisw.ldebyllDEditariaIBoud..The .. uuJrt1Nitdlltributed ",wklwide throo,gh InsUtutional'Ub!criptiool and ...tIlly.Itiscomide.-.,.l the 'ClIponIibilityoftho oul/lOt to di,trlbulC hi. i",livid".I.. To oid in this, Eft)'copl",..... (,,ah.MamucriptsshoWdberype."rit1enwllbdoobieopacinithrou.gbuo>t.withunplellWllins.udanOllly.....lideoitbep:q>er.The.mhor.......ldkoep.cvpy;lhemgi....land.caTbonmuotbe....bn,;u!.Tabl.s3Dlik.etKb:offlgllreloh.ould00tyl'<'hOlOI'O\,h,.should be rdCIYed to.. All mll,lrati"n>"'.reduced to a 1ll .. 1murnof 4-1/4 by7.l/8 ind,,",, Size .calef, "'h....,,cr theyn,:,.Si. will hopubli5b.ed wilhthe Pl'-per, It do.snot.evlacethe,,"u;o\conel"o;"". or'U""""'YJCCtionI. II may alloJ<'ITe at eopyfortbeabltneliJlgSCfVi<:d.tolanUlCripllalldalledit
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TABLEOF COl\'TENTS TIle TernsoftheDry Tortugm;WILLLUf B. ROBIiliTSOI>,JIITIleAmeriC
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BULLETINOFTHEflORIDASTATEMUSEUMBIOLOGICALSCIENCESVolume8Number 3 CATALOGUEOFFOSSILBIRDS,Part 2 (Anseriformes through Galliformes) Pierce BrodkorbUNIVERSITYOFflORIDAGainesville1964

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Nnm!>e" of the BUl.LETINOFTHEFLORIDASTATE MUSEGM are publisbeuot irrell;ular ioterva! Volume. contain about SOO pas'"andare not neecss.rilycolJ1pldC'JioooyonecalenJaryearOr,1\'""' L. AmTIN,la.,EdllnrAUHF,KaF,aG.Jtunall;ingEdi/
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ScienceROOlU CATALOGUEOFFOSSIL BUmS Part2 (Allserifonncs throuWI Callifonnes) SVNOP'lSThe"'condimt"llm"nt of thec"tal"lf'" of F"".i1 lIirdoI=at,13 families eomp,.;,ing the o",k"Aocipitriform<',',.ndGalliforme'..included in this section l1umbTder-group .nd family-group nameshavebeene'JXlMed to include aU princip"]'ynonyr'"h"ed <'In nom".,j"",far a'found. havehcon includedinth"li.13 of Severa] g"nerallyrcOOl/ltizc Perninae,asLeplooon i.lho lypo genus oflhis 'ectionoflheAedpit";dae. The new 'ul> family i. erectilhim"I'art2(An'erifo""",through Bull. Florida State Mus., vol. R,no. 3, pp. 195-33.5

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INTRODUCTIONADDENDATOPAIIT I "" 203

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Aynnuu..o: CDd""",wandM"}y).ScAUPI'""-V''''l/dlkri., 228 IP ......'""""'lNAE CA.II. :'olillefandCompton)229'P6ran!l'"OCa A.H. MJIl.".lindCompton.__M"""'....r. Bon ..s.o..DIIGIU ._.... __._ ..._____ 230a.odItidae.______233SubonbANlllMAEWet">orll .ndW. O. :'o1;1l..,.,SCREAMERS_.240A."H'M"'USlej""ger.Sa'UMU' ...__..._____ 240 N""'"JleCiesofAohimid"" ___ 2.ojl) Ord ....{Vicillot}. D1UR .... ALBIRDS m' I'REf _250Suln-d...-SAI\CORM.IPHIAMERICAK VULTURES__ 250V.,.................(Illiger). AMuoc.ugyp.rWetll""'''.__2MSan:t>romplo...Dwnkil___ '"1,1 .. 11....I.innzuI __'"Tllfdolf___'"-......,------'"C.colt..". .__ __ 254IB.-..gprL.MilleraDdll<.nwl ..... (L Milk.,.)_2S5fTcnrlantil L. Milkf .. ._._255!Cat4rl"..,,;,L,Milk<_ ... :'oIcospoci.. of Vulludd'" .. ... __ 251INwcATIlA"T"'A" W"tnlOn: __._ mI.VeocaIl",>t.,. We'!more 2.'\8Suborder ACCIPITRES.__2.59SA.CITT o:('Finod< ...JUartbuh}.SEQl".........__25O l Gaillard__ __ "" P ......._, (Sclaltt.ndSohia).O' ... ""'..!SOS-.pec;.snfP....tiomcJae __ __ !SO

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FL""IXAl;BlythSMOOT''''''''''W''''K,n,s Blyth. H",l/IlER-UGLES Neospecicsof Acdpit,idae ._ .. _. ._ FALCO""'UVig",",."Nt>C"""C.
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Foro:(Vig",.).C\1lWlSOWlitPolaeoph
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INTRODUCTION Thefirst partof theCatalogueofFossil Birds (1963, Bull. FloridaState MIlL m. 7, no.4, pp. 179-293)treated the orden Archaooptery.gilonnesthroughAtdeilOrmes.ThesecondlnstaUmeot now COIltinues with thewaterfowl, thediurnalbirds of andthe gallinaoeousbirds.1'befossilrocord of tbC$Cthree orders,the Anserifonnes,Aocipitriformes, and Galliformes,is quite erlensive, more so than in any other group except the asyetuntreatedmanhbirds. Part I ofthe Catalogue, with itsaddenda. puhlished herewith, covers 15 orders (4 extinct and11living),49 families (23extll:tand 26 living), 162 genera (107 paleogenera nnd55 neogenera), and 382 species (280 pakospecies and 10'2ncospecies). By contrastthethree ordersin Part2compri1c only 13 families, allhut one living. Yet thefossil recoro of these familiesrum to 2Mgenera (150 palcogenem and106 neogt....cra)and474species (262 palt.'OSpeCiesaDd2.12Thegeneral piau adoptedin the firstirutallmentiscontinuedwith a fewminormesJioos:sy,BIldapest.Hungary; E. KllfllChkin, Moscow, U.S.S.R; J. David Ligon, Ann Arbor, Michigan;Osbr Kuhn, Muuich. Germany; B.J. "Iarples,. Dunedin, New Zealand; Paul O. McGrew, Laramie,W)'(')Ining; AllanR.Pbillips, Mexico City; A. S. Homer, Cambridge,

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Massachusetts; Lester L. Short, Jr., WllShiugton, D.C.; RobertE Sloan, 1o.linneapolis, Minnesota; Pcter StettCllhcim,EastLansing, Mich igan;E.Tchemov, Jerusalem, Israel; AlbertE.Wood, Amherst, Mas sachusetts;andJ.C.Yaldwyn, Sydney, Australia. "Priority is the basic principle of zoological nomenclature:1Inthe first installment oftheCatalogueIexpressed concernthatthenew International Code of Zoological Nomenclature included numerous provisions contrary to this principle. Attherecent meeting ofthe Soction on Nomenclature oftheXVIInternational Congress of Zool ogy,the Commission failedto modify or rescind portions of Article23,or any other soction oftheCode, despite the protests ofthema jority of wonomists present. Undcr the circumstances Isee no al ternativebut10return independentlytoadherencetothelawof pri. ority, disregarding the suppression of validly proposed uarnes under th" so-called plenary powers oftheCommission, whose "real an thority lies in the extenttowhich itinlcrprds and ""pr"sses the will of zoologists.H! Thetwo parts of the Catalogue now publishl-d treat18 onl"n; (4 extinct and14living), or slightly more thanhaHof the ordersofbirds Thest'<.'(lmprisc 62 families(24extiud and 38 living), or about one fourth ofthe known families. Genera numher 4Hl (257 paleogeueraand161neogenera),andsped"stotal 856 (542palcospecil's and314neospecies). Nearly ofthe described paleospecies of birds have now been treated,butthesc only a Iiny fractionofthose potentially knowable. The proportion of living genera and sptlCies unknown as fossilsfurthcrrunts at thetremenrlous store ofknowk-dgc slill awaiting dis coveT)'. Inthe famiJi"'S eovered bythetwo parb oftheCataloguenOwpublished, 202 additional neogen<:ra (56percent of Ihe363 TeCognizcd) and796additional neospeeies (72per cent ofthe1110known)are still unrepresented inthe fos,il record.It isobhous thatpaleornithology remains one ofti,,,mosl fertile fields in systematic biology. 'Op. cit .. PIefaor, p, iv

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ADDENDATOPART 1Four species have been described sinceth"publication of Part 1, and three otherswereoverlooked during its preparation. I amin" debted to B. J. Leder L. Short, Jr.,andRobertW.Storer for callingthelatter to my attention and urge other workers knowingof similar omissions to inform me. Faroil}' DROMICEIIDAEWetmore GnnsDromir:eiu.. Vieillot4. DromiceiusOCypllS A.H.Miller D",rniccilUocyp... A.Il. Mill""196,1(Aug, 23),Record.South Austrahan l>lus., vol.14,no. 3, p.414. fig. Ie (typefromrig!Itla",omeialal'llllS,South Austzali.o M..... oo. PI3444)LoWEllPuOCl>SE(;\Iampuwordu sands).Sotm-AI":(Bonaparte)GcnmPodicep3 Latham7. Podiccp.i gadowi Hachisuka Podicep.glaurilius, riRbt ulna, Univ.) QUA1:rnNARY.:\fAURlllUSFamilySPJIEKlSCIDAE Bonaparte Genu..fPaweosp"eni8,,"U.!Moreno andMcrttmt 33, PalaeQspheniscll8n01!oczealatUiweMarplesP""'eosphcn""''''nooaeuiol",ullMM.rpl"", 1960 (J.n. 31), Rerorlotunau,partialsh!
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FamilyPHOEl'olCUl'TEI\IDAE GenusIl'hoeniconoti"sA.H.Miller10. Phoeni<:onotimeyrensis A.H. Miller P},oonk,"':ilU1.ndriglrtdigitIV,SouthAustraIianM"',no.Pl3649) LowEll M,ClCI:--'u:? (Etadunna formation). SountAt."SI1tALIA: Lake Eyre regiou, west shor", of Lake Palankarinna Genus PhoeuicopterwLinnat:Us 11. Plwenicopterus IUlt!aehollandiae A.H, MillerA. H. Miller, 1!l63 (July 23),Condor, vol. 65, no 4, p. 289,figs. la, 10,2a(tn'"from Lake Pitihnla, rllitalpadof right tan;rrmclalM"",, South A""lralian),t".,no.Pl3648)LoWUIMIOCENE?(Etadwma formation). SovrnAusnv.J.IA: Lake Eyre region: west side of Lake Pitihuta. Genus Phoeniconaias G.R. GrayPh<>ernconaiefromLake Kanunka, illstal ond "I leftt.""''''ernt.",,,,,, South An,lr.lian)'I",. nO. PI3650)LowEllJ'LEISTOCEXE(Katipiri sands, Kanunka fauna) SWTHAumtAu.... : LakeEyreregion: LakeKUllUnka.Family C'COSJw....Y. (Gray) Genus Leptotilos Lesson22Leptatllos pliocenic1l8 ZlIbaret;aL"plotiUnplioo
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OrderANSERIFORMES (Wagler)AMcro. Linn""""naturae, 10, ,J. 1, 1'1'. 81, 84, 122 (onlo; not based ongcneric namc).-Waglor.1831,lsi, ,'on Uhm.Heft5, p. .'S31 (DIdo; typeA....."Bris,on)._An.wnform",Garrod, 1874, !'toe. Linn. Soc.London,p,118lB800uly), Ihi', ><; 4, vol. 4, no. 16,p,406 (ordcr;tn'"Palamedea Linnaom,1768, a j"nior synonym01 AnhimaBri_n,1760)._Pala_",erme.o Hay, 1930 a:muary),Carr>cgic In,!n. Wa,hington Puh!. no, 300,vol.2. p. 299(."border; typeAna.,Linnaeu,) Suborder A1'o'SEIlESWaglerAm",..". LinnllCll', 1758,00.10, '-01.1. PI'. 81, 84, 122(ordo; not""-oed on genericua",c).-Wal,tkr,1831,!si, ,'onO\:eo, lIeft.\1"531 (ordo; IYJI"AmC1"llrisson),-An..mf.-.rmc.G",,,,d, 1874, Proc. Lino. Soc.Lon don,p,1l8 A""llf"""c.Hay,Hk'lO(lonuory). Carnegiehmn, PuLl.no.300. "oJ2,p. 299 (>Uoordor, typoA"",Lion'cu.) FamilyANAUllAEVigors

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("-if.2, pp. 190,:Jl'Q (.. bfamil:y!).-Mp-BoGaputt, 1838 (April14).Cq.oomp.listbirdoIEUf.N.Am<>"., p. 50(bibe).--lItrgfdM C_R. Gray,1840.l.istolthe........01bmlt,6de.Gray. 1871. ........Cand.,HaodbudIck<7..oo1op,flo:IeCadow.Raeh....bacla, 1849.&d .....1. (Pans), I,p. 46.SomIJrttl_1849,fiOOGray(t)l'"s..-ttld(afw.Od. I. 1832).natul3le. p.VlIl (trlbuo,i....subfarnily)ENmat.. rl .....Rclebmbch."lMir(IfterOct. 1. lllS2).A>'lum.)"'t .w. p.VIII (tribuJ,I.e ubramily.tn'"f.;rlmwu,uBonaparte.illS2. I funk .. of ..'aB"""part.",18.2S)._!:,umafurldlleCan".1I11lS,11:lndbu(hd""Zoo\ogie.RduIlauk/I"""Relchen!>.,,","1850"(afk.Oct. I, 1M2),1)'St.nal .p. VI1lJ.t. subfamily; IypeHQf,ldaSteplll'DS,1824, JuniortyTlOUym of ell", .. gu14Leach,1819)Mat/Ji_R<:i<:henbach, -1850""'(afterOct. I, 11152),Avlum.,..1 .w., p.VIII (tri!>us,l.e.subfanuly;lypeJ,,,"u,IIei<:hen'-h.I&n junlurSyDlmymofAIlfAgG1loir,1822).&r-lcu.-MI85O"'(aft""Od. I, IllS!),AYi...... p.IX Sc:opoli.17/lQ).(om.Od.. I, 18S!),AYl_S)"l.nat., p. IX(tribuo,l.t .... bfamily; IypelI-.SIrpbms,1824. junb.,--ymd."UmlaeuJ.17S8).Da/iliItatbac:h,-1850" (at .....Oct. I, 18S!),AYlum p. IX(tribus,i.r.onbfamily;l)'pe1),Jfil41..-,b,1824,.j\1nlMlyoooymofA.Unnacus,I75S).Boodtl""'" Reidl.eobseh. -J/l.5(f'(Aflt.0cI.. I.1852). Avium0)"01.... t.,p.IX (tri\.>uo.. i.e. In'"SDK,,"S","insan,11lS1. 1 tumorSY"""YJUofA .....Llnnaeu 1758)Reichenbllch, "ISSO"(aft.!Ocr. I. 1832),A,1m"'}'II.'llIt.p. IX (mb"., i.e. ,,,bfamily;type Sw.insoll) T..,/omiM8Reit'henh<&ch,"1830'"(dte.Ocr. I, 1852). 1)'It. nat., p.X (trihuo.i.e. cnbaeh, -1850" (aft'"Oct.I.18-'i2),A>iwnsysl.p. X {tribuo,i ....lubbmily;typeOlorW...Itr).Merpily;lypeC"""'iorniIOwm)

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A,.,.,.,.".,llidH Slq.,.:grr, 1885..Stand.nat.Mil ..vol ...p.138(rami!)';typeA-........ LeAon)._AnommaIitwM:SaIvadori,1895,Catalocucofthebirtb In theBrllisbM ..........'""".'J:1,p.44.(oubfamily).(amily:t)-peo.,..nr!lmiog.bel...,JDly1822, rr-ymofA,tlo,.Boie,before)I>y18!2)familia;typ8"'-oitwil1ioLebediDsky).e-.m-Weco-e.193!l (May), Jour. PUt-lO&ogy, ...... 12, .....3, p.280(rob.t)'P"F..H. MilleraIM!.Cm:olptoo,1939Ouly1.5),c.:...b,.....eIaooo .. and.lola}T,1945 (M.areb 31), Wu.m.....57, ..... 1, p. 26typeAll".AmericanOmitl",Iogist<'Un;"",1946Ouly2.4),Auk,vol.6:l, .....3.p.429(subf:amlly).CoIrfnI ...DeboourandMa)T. IIH5(MaTd> 31), Wilson 8ull., .'01.57, no. I,p. 2.6(Iribe;1)'(IllC,Jlnn" Subfamily IF"ON....ssINAEWetmore};vneulr\<>".PaleontoI0i)",vo!.IZ.n<>.3.1'.280(typoEon".."Wet,,-e)Genus fEolW$JIll WetmQre!>rc.ilPna1deoignatioJn!'_anatictoloWdmo:wl). 1. EonearaanuUCIda Wetmore ,,_.....rkvlaween-."1938 ().byJ,Jow.l'.loontolocY,,..,t12, .....S,p.280,..1-5(type(romM)_pocket,Id't...-I"ll00_PriIlCleWnUalv.Dept..llO.14-'1(9).MUlDLll:(Uintaform.ation, horizon C). UTAH:Duchesne County: Mytonpocket.

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Subfamily fRoMATh'Vll.LlINAJ.: (Lambrecht)I RomaincillinaeLarnb,..",ht, 1933,HaudbuchPala<'O"S"I<.,,{fi,,"VanBen."Cwgnacm..",ckenberl1iLamh.rechl)

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.Clolgnaoo.rsenckenbergiLambrechtC,.e:-....mbnocht. 1931. Bull. M.....11m.Dat.belgique, 7, DO.. 31,p.3, pl. I, fill.3-<&; pI. 2,&,;.9-12(IYP"Ifrom11."",.HCl501.".,di.t1l!end of ti!>iotol'SWl,phlllaru, SenckcnocTg Mu Fraukfurt LM.)LoWEllMJOCV>"I':(upper Hydrobicnschlcbten) GEIIM"SY: Prov, Hes5&-Nassau: River Hessler near WicsbadenGmusCygnwBechsteinC,.-.BcchIteiD.180$,Ora.Tucbn>b.A-.ok>rCmt:lioo}.,voI..5,DO..275,p. 180{tll'"byoriginaldesianatlOIlC,gnwPan: j ...1905{Sept.30),Ann.Q""".... land ,no. 6, p.11 (typebynrigillal oo.ignWonA",/oaoocycn",I.>ewIrt.J)"v;.,j.5.CygnmheTTen/1uI1si Van BenedenCfS""I1w:<7mlho/&iVan&-.lca, 1871, BuU.Acad.Sci.nat. b.l&lquc,mer. 2, ....I,toephala....M...Hist.N.lRroulks).CK*'"18&3,Pmc. U.S. Dat.1.1......YQl.5, p. 181 (Iapo.uo)UPI'EIIMI(l(D;E(Boidcrian sand).B=uv:Herrentbalscanalnear Antwerp. 6. CYSritUfakoneriParkerC,en'"fak"SfromC<.out>,...no.....[)eVil, 1905 (Sqll.(0), Ann. Q......""Jand.......6.p. 13.1'1. !,3-7 (I)'""" from I .......... CoopH, MalbmJ,Wurd"lumankub,oud...imalendoEleftc"....lo""'juven&1eoftheaboo",.

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Ul'I'EB1"LI:IS'J'Ol:nOl(XatipiriAnds,Malhllli. fauna).SouthAustralia:Lower Cooper; KaJamurina;WankatrlOlminna; Und wampa or UoouWllmpa;Wurdulumankula, allnear LakeE".. 8. Cygnus .wm'lt'reMis(Forbes)Chen""".Ilm'......,n.rirForbco, 1889, Tronl. Proc. N. Zeal.nd Inlt., vol. 2.4, p. 188 (type from Monck'.CaveatSum""r.coracoid< and Brtt.Mus.).-Qll.1930,N.ZealandBirds,ed I,p. 2.'\2.fill.(1)1'"from Ghat/lamMad, ,klllL, DuminiDn:\!\lS..alC,II;ftJUclwDhtomicw Oliver, I!ISS, N. z..'ll!andRirds,cd.2,p.eoo.lilI:.(tn'"fromChatham.Wands,skull,DamiDiaoM ......samesprcimenas.bove).QuA"TDl.......AJI'f.NEWZE:.u..u.-o:South hlood: Monck's eaveal SumnernearChrish::hurch (Forbes, 1889); Warrington (Lambrecht, 1003,Handb.PalallOm ..p.389); WainuBar(OIivel', 1955); LakeCI'a$$IIK'I"f(Oli,'cr, 1955). Nortb Lsbnd: Te Aut<:(Lambrecht, 1933) CHATHAMISLA""D5:Wbareb.uri Island (Forbes, 1800, Ibis, p. 545). 9. CygnlUfXIlaregolllJ$ Cope pa/orego"...Cope,IR7S, Bull. U.S. sool,IlCOll".SUN. "ferro. (Hayden), vol4, no. 2, p. 388(typolromt.,..ilLako,taJ'SOll>ctal>lr:>UIi.Ame MUll.Nat. Hi't.. no,castD.oriJ:wbcoll)A".".corttUmiSh.ukldt,1892,Jour.Aead. qat.Sci.F11i1.delphl., vol.II, pp.400,<410.pl.16,6&-19, 2fl..27(typerfOln FOAilLake.!uR:Ulum, A"...,..NllIHieIaaupi. 2Amtt-.M .... Nal. 1IiJt..). 1900,U.S. \-..l2O,pt.$, p. 90(10_for.",...;.,.1vatebn&om F ..........F"eny). MltIOl.E(Fossil Lake formation). LakeCounty:F",sil Lake (Colle,I87S). IDAHO: Fromans fen-y? (Lind grcn,l9(0) Genus fCygnOluer Kret20iCllS"""'....KRtD,1957, Aquila, vol.ro.6f,I'I'.240(Mal)'U).245(Engluh).... 10. CVgnanIel'"C$rlkooren.rU(Lambrecht)loos.Hat>dbud>PaIxonL.p.383,6p.12llc-lt(ld>lypef"""a(crbbrc....pnu..part01"-"'"carpometacarpus,pbab""lolalardisilll.:\laI)'al"GeoI1>1....Bnd.pest).

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LOWDIPuoa:sE(Hippariortbuna,lowerPllJU1Ot1ian).HIDt."GABT.CountyFejer.Esterb:aycan:, on southface ofVertes 2 kilometers 5of Csakvar (nearBlrachhaandSzekesfehervar). Genus Olor Wagler 11.Ofor II/bOOrdi(Brodkorb)...hjbb.o,dJBnxllao-h,19S1'1(Oct. 31),Wioon Bull" vol. 71),p. 283.6g. 1 (typefWIllsection21).tUlSOnlt.'tut"",,,., Univ. Mich.MUll.YAlc>o. no. 33ll9o&)LoWIUl PLEIS"I'OCENE (HlLgcrmanlake beds).I..,AHQ: Twin FallsCo..,nt)": section20, Township 7 S, Bange 13 E, across Snake RiverfromHagennall SubfamilyA."Sl:IIIl'.u:Vigen.... v ........182.5,!ide Cny {typeA .......S..m..u.., 1837, hiot.dusif.birdo,voI.!,pp.JlH.3lH.....,... ... t...p.IX..,.,.Scqdi.I789)-Ul3li(Ih.".fu. 1, 1852),"",'i_1)'Sl.nil.,P. X (typeCWf"OPNJ.F.Ilraodt).CeDUStCherwrniJ Portis CllCnOtU.).YOiItIonulleertain. 12. graculoidcsCIwnonlI.rgrncu/ciduPortis, IlI84, M.Ill....."",,<1.Sci.TOI'itlO,..,.. .2, vol. 36,p.364.p1.I.llo:.5(lypelromCOv.,poal<:rdnial....1etonimprellioo)J..oWDIMJoa:I\o"E(Aquironian).hALY:Pieclmout:Ceva.Genus fPrelbychen Wetmore,....w-.19JO Ogly IS),Proe.Amd..Sci....... 4, 19, N),..W_.).

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18..PfUbvchenabovu6Wetmore--...Wet:mon,Ul300uly15),Proe.c..lifomkAcrd.S..... O. Fra;ro.,IB70.J."'..... v.... .'Oat,,&"Wiimemboq,.-01..26,p.pll3,tia;.I[typof"""Strinhnm,dio:taI,.od<>" ... {a<:.,pu .felll"', vertehr ."Siulti0rt:'1111.).UI'Pl'JI 1.1100;"'11(obereSUSSWlUSem.olasse).CDlMA..'IT:Bavaria Sleinheim. 17. AnIer oeningcn.ti.f(Meyer)A.....&,:.2(typefrum 61u:.ulge ... partialokdct....iDdudialtUmum._plOW.oora_...--UPPD\(Oehning"rkalke). Swrrb.JltA.''D: OchningenneaTlladolfzell ontheBodensee

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18.Anserprusw(Wetmore) p.9, &p.U(typefrnmWt f ......... ,U.S. ,",'at M .... 110.1282S).Lowt:llfuurncu,-.:(II.agenn:l.DIala!beds).IDAHO: Gooding County, Dear HagcrmaD. 19. Anlft'tr..erba#IuwmicwSere!>rov5kyJb>ons.-br-o.u,.llHO,Sauk. s.s.s.a.LowaPu:IsrocI.;,""E(Kirov beds). A'lRlIAIJAloI: Bioagada near"""" 20. An.rereqll/tllm (Bate) Cll,ll.....Rate, 1916,Proc. zool.Sue.L<""Jon, Pl'. C2,.27,fio.1_2(typo:from H., DdamcaV"1U,rightapparenily in Malta101"".)FigunodIn..typeh.,charactersd.'OOIe, Iwan MIJ>lll...KPt'.JSTOCI'.:Nf:(cave deposits).MAtTA: Har Dai:lm caven> (Bate, 1916); Ta Caudia fis,ul"', TalBorba !l.ssure, Gap, and CuL'1.franal1ssure (Lambrecht. 1933, lIamlb.l'aIBoom"p. 386)Genus t Eremoc!,e'lBrodkorbF."""ochen, Brodkorb, 19tH (N",,.7).QuartJour.n.-id.Acad.Sci.,\'ol.:u....... 3,p. IN\typeby-naturalis.p.6'7(t)'J>eANubetnOcLoLiD_J22..BranttJumeraltUt Burt 8""" .. -.-td.Burt,11129(t.lard. 19), UfIh'.Callf. BuD. Dq>t.t:eolSci >'01. 18, 110.6,p.222, pI. 20,1,"oS,8(l)'P'f....,LakeVallcy. .\lUl.Paleo.no.2960I).LowJI:R(Esmeralcla fonnation). NmADA'EsmeraldaCounty: Fiili Lake Valley, 7 miles uorthof ChiawichRanch.

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23. BranNjhowardae L..\filler BrantahoiL'0 Ouly1.5), Condor,.."I.32,&". 4,p.208, 74(typerrom!Heard",fmgmcntarytdtcarpomctacarpm, Voiv.Calif. ),I"".l'oleo"".28811) LowEll PLIOCENE (Ricardoformation), CAWFOI\NL\.: Ken,CountyRicardo 24.Brunta propiuqua SllUeldt I:lmnt"p",pinqlMlShufaWl, 1892 (Oct. 20), I"ur, Acad, nat.Sci. Philadelphia,vol.9, 'ill. 53, PI'. 407, 410,pI.15, fig, 17 (t)'P" from FossilLake,humerus,Amer.MUll.Nal. Hist, 110,3547)MIIlDLEPLElSfOCENE (Fossil f.ake formation) Laic County: Fossil Lake 25.Brantadickeyi L.Miller B'ant"dickeyi L. Millet,19"..4(Sept. 15).Condor ..,,1.2B,nu. 5. p.179, fig.46(typefrom McKittrick, tihinta",Ull, Univ, Calif.Mus.PalCE(DryCreekbeill).OREGON: MalheurCounty:Dry Creek (L. Milkr, 1944, Condor, vol,46,p,27,fig.6)Subfamily D>:NDROCYC-''1NAEHeichcnbachRekhenhach,"1850" (afterOct. I, 1&'52),Avinrnsyy 26.Vendrochen robmta A.H. MillerDtmd,""hcn rvburtaA. H. Miller, 1944 Om.., 22),Uni ... Calif.Pub\., BuI!. Dept go,,!.Sd.,vol.27,DO.'4,p. 88,fig. 3 (type fromFlint Hill,left hurnaru:l, Univ Calif.MUll.PaIeo. no. 37364)LoWE.tl(Rosebud formation), SoVTIIDAKOTA: BennettCounty:FlintHill, 9 miles WSWof Marti!!.

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GenusDendrocygtlllSwain.>on DendrotY8fla Swainoc"" 1837, Nat, Hi,\, Classif. Birds,,"OJ.2, p_ :l65 (typeAMI/lTCIJIltre<,hl,1933,I1andhuch Pa!aeorn" p. 367 (lapsu')UPJ'lo::RPx.,l-;LS'l'OCEI';E (Chinchilla beds).AtiSTRAJ.,lA:Queensland northbankofRiver Condamino, 3 miles from Chinchilla Subfamily PLECllIOPI'EIIIXAE Gray Pleelreplen""" G. R.Gray, 1S40,Li,tgene.. bird" 6dcGray, 1871 (type Pleelropterophen,) Genus tTeleomis Ameghino TefuornisF,Ameghioo, lS99(JulY),SilJopSi> Ij'cul6l,(ic,,-pal""ntu kigica. Sllpl.mcDto,p,9 (typebymOlH>!ypyI"elem-ni, AmcghillO). Subfamily uncertain29. Teleornis Impressus Ameghino Te!eornLoImp-r""SUI Amegbino, 1899 (July), Sinopoi. Sup_ lement""p.!l(tYl'" from Pat:rnirdi
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30, LoxomiscllvlJS Ameghwo 4n.oml.rdl"... 1895, BoI,In,t. geQi, argentino, vol. 15, cahle .II_L2 p.'ifI,lig, 41 (typefromHi<}D=ado,di,talendaflefttibiotarsos)LowEJ\OLIGOCF-1'F.(Deseado fonnation). ARGEN'lTh"A: Terr.Santa Cruz: Rio Deseado (Ameghino, 1895).Terr.Chuhut:ChicodelChubut,westofPuerto Vissa (Loomis, 1914, De'earlo formationofPat .. p.225) G<.:nusNeoc1wfl Oberholser Ne""',,,nO!>erh"I'er, IIH8,jour.W",hinRton Aead, Sci., "01.II,p. 571 (tJ'P"Anserjubm...Spix) 31. NeQ<;henpugU(Winge)Che""l<>perPUllil 0, Win!l", 1887 (Ocl. I), E MuscoLundii, BindI, Mh. 2,p.19, figs. 1-6 (llllUred!itl'PC'lprobablyfmlnLapadascrivaniaNr. S, right com coid, proximalend "f ldt humeru,.right corpot!)Cta<:"rpu., di,talhalfofleft tibial""''''',left ta",""""'alarsus, Copenhagen Mu,,)UPJ'RR (cave deposits), BMZJL: Minas Geraes: Lap;> do. Escrivania nos. 5and11;Lapa d01J Tatus,all near LagoaSantu (O,Winge,I887). 32. Neochen debU", (Ameghino) Ch".,.,lopiI' deblll.t F. Ameghino, 1891, He", argentina Hist. nat.,voLI, 1'.(I}'pc fromLa Plata. tarlOOmdata ...",)PJ"l'.lSTOC.,KV. (middlepartof Pampas fonnatioll, piso bel ..\RGJ,;NT1NA: ProvoBnellos Aires: eiuJaddeLaPlata Genus AlapocllfiflStejneger Alopochen Stej"egef,Stand.nat.H;'t.,v"l,4, p. 141(typeA""."egvpJi"Ben"dMl)

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:u..In'fIO'I4'firuchi(Van Beneden)s.-c...1875,8ttllSoe.e&>lBft&iqPolZ3,pl3...lUIdBoeriitlMt!I"aDium,l'"'"-.illa,maDdibJe,h-.ulna,_tda.lDfbcup\II,lndupha1an>: I. fun-..lum,roow-.,.IIU3 Olliy 23),Coad... 1>0p.146(tfPl'by.........3.5.GJchenrhuaxWetmore...4,p..I48,s,..:J9(lypCIhom i.:a""""'Uuh .. fnsmentuYrigt,ltibiol.-... U.S. :\...!of....1>016740).MlIlDI..t;?PI..ISTOCEI"E(Pahala formation, asb member).OF IlAw.ul: shoulder of Kaumnikeohu Peak, Pahala tCentrornis AndrewsAnUfCW>,1897 (July). Ihl .",r.1, vol. 3. ,>0. 11, 1'.GH(tl'I'" by mOil<>IYrYmalcrlAnd,ew,) 36. Centromi$maforl,,'ndrcwsCIIN......u.moOb._ea
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Subfamily Vigors Cel"OOV'i""Vigors, 1625. /ideGmy(typeC"'''aprirLatham).---c",."""IMe G.R Gr_y.1&10.List gcnem birds, fide Grey, 1871 CnemlornUhldae Slejoogcr,11::1&5.Stand. oat.Hist"p.136 (family; typeCnemiornuOwen) Cell\lS fCnemiomis Owen Cnemiomu Owen, 1865, Trans. 7.001.Soc. Lnnd"", vol. 5.p.300(typeCnemil>nl;.ca/dt1'Q1lS Owen)37. Cnemiomis caldtransOwenCnemlomis cakitraru0...'1, 186.5,Tuns.root.$()('. London,vol. 5, 1"396,1'1 63-68(types from Timaru, cranium, 'lemmo,lefl humeru., left ulna, left meta=m,pclvi.,leltlemur,lefttibiotonus, Iibula, lefttMsometatarsus, 6 dorsal,ertebrne,Jlrit.Mu>.n,...46575,46581-46582,46584-46.592,46610-46613)Cereoprisnoo5),fOTthe narne appe.... t" bea Ilornellnudum).Cnemlomltwp'""trlOll"lit Oliver, 1955,Noz..uland BinI<,<.I. 2,p. 602 (type from Hlloterville,tilria, Wanganu! :\1"".)QuA'IE.lI"AHY.N:>:wZEALAND: NorthIsland, Huntcrvillc, Kaiiwi,andNapier(Oliver, 1955):TeAute 1953, Handb. Palae om.,pp.374-375)

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Subfamily TAIIOIl.'mUEReichenbachp. X (typeT...w...Genus t Anabemiculaltos.s15, p.107 (type.by"""""")'P)'A....IH:mi<:ulagrGCflml .. Rwo) 39. /lfl(jblJmlcula minuscula (Wetmore) Il.ant"""nwcvkl 1924 (Jan.15), P'o<:. U.S. Mt.Mus.,vol.84,m .'! p. e,1llP'.:l-4(typo from2 m1k-s soothof lkntOn, p,os;"",1 half ofright humcru.. U.S. Nat.MUf.no.1054/j)lowEllPu:isrot:D.'I; (SanPedro Valley formation). ARrzoSA:eo.duSt: County:2 miles southof Benson.40..t\nabernicWD n. sp.,Howard(MS.)11-=1,lINe 0 ......25),Inot ... Wubmgt""Pabl,DO.S51,pp.111,l!lO(Fou.i.IlAk).Mn::mu:Pu;rS"l'OC'..l'1J:(FossilWe formation). OIU:t:lOl<:LakeCounty:FossilLake.. 41. Anabemicul.1gracilenl4 Rossgmd/cntaR.... 193.5(Aug, 24).funl,S.", Diego Soc.nat,IIbt., vol. 8,"0.15,p.107, RIO, I (type fro", McXillrlck. left ... Calif[n... Toeh. no. lllJ9,!>OW illl .... Aogele. Mo.) UP!'J:B PI..I:IS'J'O(;I';SE(tar pits), C."Ul"OfINIA:KemCoun!y:McKit_hick(Ross, 1935). 1mAngeles County: RanchoLaIlrea (Howard, 1936, Condor,vol. 38, p. 34).UWI:JlPU.:ISTlXD"E(awedeposits).No:v...AA:WhitePine Cowlty SmilbCreeIcCave(Howard,1952, Dull.S. Calif. Aead.Sci..'JUl. 51, pI. 2, p. 53). NEWMEJtKn: Cr.llIt County: Howells IlidgeCave(Howard,1962,Cond()l",\'01.6t I'. 242). DonaAna Colluty:Shelt... r (Howud,1962).UM'OI(GroesbeckCreekbe.lJi).County:GroesbeckCreek(MidwesteTn Univ.).

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Genus tBrantadoma Howard Brntado,,,,,Howard, 1003 (Dec. 30),Los Angele. CountyMUll., Cunlribulion< in Science, no, 73, p. 8 (type byoriginaldt>SiKnation,R'olltodomod()WfOUmL1eu<)._Anallnae Swain,on, 1M7. Nal M.l, e1.."iF. birds.,u1. 2, pp. 189,361,\fa,eat,,,,,,Reichenbach,"1&,)()"(alter Oct. 1, 1852), Aviuru .y,t. nat., p.IX typeM,,'ecaSlephelL', 1824, a juuior synooym of Al\Leach, 1824, a juniorsyuooym of A .....Lion""".)B"'cht.... "Rci
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45.Ana6d:alicenNBayer,4.'141.k"UurvUIla}'"r. 1!l83,Sit7._B.-r.bohm.Co....Wiss for1882, p. 64,fig.ill}'p<:fl'OffiSblil:l:,impreotionofhumerus.,,111&,vertebrae.Lan<,\e.mute"maIPrag).LoWEllJIlOtt!'iJ.:.(Diatomeenschiefcr'lOll5kalltt),.ACJt.:51001[17.(Deal"Leitmeril"Z = Litomcrioe). 46. AfIlUlu.ederit:enrilLambrecht.......'-kriIUION'-"brecht,1m.Ahh.Abd.. w ...."'-_Yo!ge,_-01.M ....).Lo ....'E:/l'-hoet:l<>:(Kalahari [ormation). SoumwESTAFRICA:GrealNamaqualamLLiideritl;Bay 47. Alias blanchardlMilncEdwaroh....... blt"",MrJIMiI....-Ed..-artb. IllII3(IW>coJUDe29), C.R. Ac:od.Sci.Pa.... ....S6,p.I2>!I(typef....Depl:.Allir<,,..,..,lyoomp'-dtelet.,..,mllMil-.r..d .. .....rdf.IS67.0i0N.""f"...;IcoFraoee,....I.sMd.lT,p.129.pl.ill.2A(S..'00Skyritz).OZD::1I0SU:W.uL\:Prokopi (= MariallDl"Uschacht). 45km.SSEof (= Brill:)(Lambrecht, 1933).48.Ana!conrobrina Milne-EdwardsAna, co""wrhJ<:l1867,0;..,.""f",,"ilesFTlilIce.vol. 1, oh".t 19,p. pl..!25. 1_13 (1)1'" from Langy,tll.wmdabnU$, Ubla. fem"r,metA""rpm,I'ari.MlJI.)LoWER MIOO:NE ( ....quitanian).Fivr.litt: Dept.Allier: Lang)' (Milne-Edwutb,1867);(Lambrecht. 1933, Handb. Palacom ..p. 3.:>1).

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49. Anasm,cnm Lambrecht Ana.rWIT"",;,Larnbree Irom SallAAn,distal end01 le/thurr>enlll)UI'l'EflMIOCD."'E(Braunkohlen derOberpfalz). CERMASY:Bavari.1 clayworks of Mayer andReinhard betweenDechbetlen and l'riifening (von Ammon,1918,Abh. Naturw. Vel'.n"gcnsburg,voL12,p.35) UPPERMI()CE2o;"E (TortonillTl), FflANCF:: Dept.Gers: colline de Sansan (Milnc-Erlwards,1867) UPPEl!MIOCt:NJo: (Rieser SiissWllsserkaIk). CER.loIA."Y: Bavana: Lier heimneartheHahnenberg(Lydckker,1891,Cat. Foss. Birds,p. 116) 51,AnassanroniensisMilne-EdwardsAnIUrnnMnienmMiLle_Edward.<,18li1.Ui'''a""f"""ilcsFrance, vol. 1, sheet 20,p. 153, pI. 25, fig. 28-S0; pI. 26, figs.19-22(type.hemS"",an,dist.lenCl-:NE (Rieser GERMANY' Bavaria Wallerstein chalk hill, 4 kilometers N or Nordlingem; theHahnenbergncar Appetzhofen (Lambrecht, 1933, Humlh.Plilacom.,p, 3.58), 52. Anas risgm;iensisVQl1 !\mmon tI""....gOl'iemi.von Ammon,1918,Abh. 'loo1._minernlVeT. vol 12, p.41 (new FOT A"". 'p., 1891, Cal.Foss. Bird.,v.117; t)']X.,. from Licrbdru,lcftamilight,-"meoids,Brit.Mu no>.481135,481135a)UPPERMOST(Illeser Siisswasserkall<).GEll"IANY: Bavaria LierheimnearHahnenberg(L}'dekker,IS91);Steinheim (Fr.la<, 18iO,Jahresh. Ver, Vat"T\. NatuTk.Wurttcmherg,vol. 20, p. 279) .53,AllllSlignitifila Portis II"",lignitifilaPortis. 1884,Mem. Aecad.Sci.Tnri"","'T, 2, "01.00, ..,parate p. 13(tllP<'IromB"n,ool!,"",
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Lowt:RI'LJocK.>; (lignite bah).ITALY:TlIJC$I\Y:pnw.Grosseto:Bamboli..54.Analpachyu:ellllWetmote"-Wd.tlKn,19liOOnly7), SmilhsooWoDmile. CoIl.,1.fO, U.S, f'at.Mus.DO.22506),MlOOLl:?PtnJ,7UCl>' (post-Walsingham). BEIlMUDA:Hamilmn Parish: H. Bernard Wilkinsonqllll:rry(Wetmore, 1960); Government quarry(Brodkorb coil.) 55.AMSitchlw;kneeMcCoy........ itchtuclmeeMcCur,19630uly30),Auk-,voJ.IlO,"",3,1'.341.61'. 2 (type1;1hcd)u_PtnSTOCDi'E(ltchtuckneeRr.-erbeds).FLoRID... ,Abchua County; Itchtuckoee Rh'er. 56. AtwtModoriNl"O-"tooandGadow"-t1wodI_ and Cad""".1893.Traal.1IJIlI.Sne.Laldoo>,volla,pp.282,291.plM.lip. 1I_l7(tn ....frum Mare a .....SoDga.fn,gmenU.rys.ten>um,humcroo,t...........tatarsoo,Cambridge Unlv. M...&r>d tl ..M .... : cub in Brit.Mus.).QUATl'lU."ARV.MAUIIlTltIS:MarcaUIf Sanges CcumQuerqm;dula Stephens Q"':lY/uedulaStcphcllI. tll24,Shaw',gen. Zuol.. vo1.12, no. 2, p. 142(tYP"A,_querf/ ....dulaLinnaelU).A",/oeoqu.''I''cdulaSpillmi.n.19-12,Pruc. I;ighth Amer.fd.Con&reu.vol. 4, p.387(type by mrn>oI)'l')'"""brhiiSpillma., p. :>57).

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l.owf;l'lMlOo:m:(Hydrobicllkalke).GERMAl:"..:(Ro.elmd f"rmation).SoUTH DAKOT.\: BennettCoullly: Flint Hill, in S\V ', section31,Township rn N, Range 38 W,9mi.WSWofMartin59. Querquedu!apuUUlallS Brodkorb LoWf:llPUOO>.'<>: (Junturaformation), OI\>X'.DN:Malhcur CuuntyJuntura 60.Querquedula lambreehti(Spillmann) UPPER?l'LEiSI'OCENE (Santa Elena asphalt sands) EcuADOl\: Santa Elena peninsula:RioChicoandCarolina Oil Company camp GenusNettionKaupNet/ionKanp, 1829, Skizz.Entw.Gesell. Nat.Sy,1.Europ. TIde''''., pp.95, 100(tYP""""""",eceaJ_inoaeu,) 61.Nettion ",dol'(Milne-Edwards)....M<",dorMilne-gd,,.nh,1867,Oisea=fClS,ile'Franee,\'01. 1, ,1>.",1 150,pl.26, figs. 1_18 (type. from Saman, left coracoid,pm,imal partof leltulnakitcarpometacarpu.,di.talend 01 tihiotarsu')UPl'EHM1ClCl:NE(Hdvetian).FRA,,-CE: Dept. Cers: collill".I"Sansan. Records fromGennany(von Ammon,1918,Abh.Naturw.VerRegen..burg,vol. 12, p. 10; Lambrecht,1933, Handb. Palacorn" p. 359)IU"C unsatisfactory.

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62,Ndl/ofleppebheimen:fe (Lambrecht) .. ndbuchl'abeu....p.362.lig.lU(typef..,.,.Eppcl.bftm,fnat""DlIIry<:clnOlOd,M .... LoWERPuoc:na(Dinothericnsaode).CmJ.IANT:RheinhessenEppelsheiJn.EnNl!tliongreeniBrodloorbBrook"",,11164(Apri127J,Qu;ut.JOUf.Florida........<1.Sci. vol. 27, M. I, p.Mi, fig.1 (tn'"Ill""rand!,aBrodkor!>. 1962(1)oc, 5),Quart.Jour.floridaAcad. Sci., vol.:l3,no.2,p.1S1,6g.I(rypelroonStrtitJ.,15,dbl:lltt.lfolltftbwr>n1D,U";:vMlch..M ....Palco. .....41ol.58).LoWJ".11Puoa:m: (Ogallab fonnatioo).K.u."5.U:TregoCounty: SW comer.sectionl3,Township 11S, Range22 W, ffii milesNE ofWlIkeeney. 65. Net/ion bunkeriWetmore,\'etllollb ..1IkmWet"""",19441""yISl.liolv,K8ns11SScI, Bull., vol.30.1'1, I, DO. 9,p. 92,flgs.1-3(lypefrom Il.. --"roadrancb,l1llht<:arTI"""'tllca'1' .... U,,;vKan'a>;\h,..no.3962).\IWJ>l.1::PuOCl:.... E (McKoy reservoirbeds),Umatilla County: McKay Reservoir (Brodkorb, 1958, Condor,vol. 60,p.252) Puoa:Ni: (Hemphill formation).TEXAS:Hemphill County CofFeeranch? (Compton, 1934, ('.ondor, "01. 36,p. 40). UPPt:JlPIJO(::a;."E(Rexroad fOnIUltion).KANSAS:MeadeCounty:Ht:.'UUQdranch, locality 3, section22,Tawll'lrup 33 S, Range29 W (Wetmore,HIt4).Lownt (San PedroVaUey fonnatiou). ABaoSA:C0chiseCounty: 2 miles Sof Benson(Wetmore,1944)1..owR(Hagenna..l.akebeds).IIl.UII1: GoodingCouuty: nearHagerman(Wetmore,1933, Smithsonian mise. Coli., voJ. 87,DO. 20, p. 11).

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66.Nenwn elDJlI"mDeVis""'"dor-Devis, 1888,f'roe.u-.Soc. N. S. Wab,\-01.S.DD.2,p.Wt.km.'UI'l'EK(OUochilla beds). AIlSTI\ALlA,:Quel.'USlandnorthbank of River Condamine, 3 miles from Chiochilla.OJ.NettiQflg.acillpe.DeVisA"'",.udlipe.neVis.19M(Sept. 30), /"",. Q ...."'...land Mus., "0.6, p. 14, pI.'II,8",4-.5(type/1l(Malkwu faWla, Katipi.1sands). South AustTalia:Lowe!' Cooperand KalamurinMEo ofLakeEy.e.68. Nettion It.enllllm (DeVis)A ..... ( ...'dIi..... ) ".........DeVil, lllOS(SqlL30), Ann. .\I.......6,p.l.5,pl.4,lip.6-7(tyyle>from"'n.:rar.-d...UPPDIP1nsTr:lc:D'E (MaIkwu fauna,KatipiJiJaMs). South Australia: Patteramordu. Genus I J::oneomi.fAmeghinoEoM('lrom M",,[., OLscrvad6",..part of r.J.di"'" Brit M..... ) MIDIlLEMIOO'-'1E (Santa Cruz fonnation). AIt(;r.snSA: Terr, SantaCruz:MonteObservaciOn.GenusIEutelomir.-\meghinoEoatdornlo An>qhiDo,11m,Boi.1-.IJ<'OC-vol.15,cahicnIll..l, ;0. utelornilplItagonicluAmeghinoEoattb..;,pot..grmiclu1895, BoI.. loot.seoI,vw=nti_vol.13,3hifts11-12, P.96,61040(t)'lll'Sfrom MontednlalpartofhwtMmOl,prw:;rnalpartsoltibiol:;lnus)

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MJoaNK (Santa Cruzformation).ARCl:NnSA:Terr. Sanllll Cruz: Monte Genus Nettapm Brandt Iirandl.1836,I:.le>cripllQnetet>CO""".vi"",Rouicor,new"fase. 1.p. IS(rype..4...... 71. NeltQpmounloide. (Depen:t)&,. I (I)pofrom F ...-d ..se.nt..r=vacq.....tibootanuo,Viii... Lyon."').UPPmFuoco''';(Rowillon beds, Astian).FIlANCE:Dept.PyrCnuMOrientales:Fort-duSelTtlt-d'en Vacquer, in Ilousilloll basin near Perpignan. 72. Ne:llapll$ eyrt.'Tl8i"DeVis.".mrioI)eVis, 1005 (Sepl. 30), Ann.Quee",1andM..no. 6,p.16, pl4.6gs.9-IO(typefromw.....TCoo!>eo"."pperputclrightC>llr.lCOMl.d:istalplU'Icl.righthUl'lloC.... l. Ul'J'Dl(MlIlkuni fauna, Katipirisands).AUST1lAllA;South Australia:LowerCooperRiver at l!lIStendofLakeEyre. Genus Sdrkidiomir E)'tOnErt"",1S38. Monogr. A""t1dae, p .20(typeAme.mt....POll""nt). 73. SdrkidiomirfllQurltionwNewton and GadowScatUdl
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Subfamily ArnIYN...E (Dclacour llnd Mayr) Swo.l_1831 (February 1S32?). FaunaIll-2,lldeeray(typeStqIbeno, 1824 junklr.y""""ym of A,I.Boie,befor,,:lolay.I822). J,lorilOMe(afterOtt. I. 1852/,A\iumJ)'Ot..nat..,p. vm (type.v....u..1852. a junior.,.-ymofBoie).N"..,a.-Pden,193I.o..d:.1ist01blrdooflbeworld.""'I. pp..:w.17S(typo:.v",aFIo'lIlina:.WonJuly182.2, a ')1l""YJD01AythvaAylhlnlni o.:lacour aflll Mayr,(M.reh SI). Wl!wn BulL,voL no. I. p.26 (tribe; IJIP"8oie).-Alflhvi"""Ameri,,,,,,Unlon,IlM6ijulyU),Auk.vol.6'J, DU. 3,1'.<129(lubfamily)GenusAythyaBoie"1/111,..Bole,1822 (beforeTageb'.Ceo.do:utsch.N"t"rfoncb.Ante, p.351 (lypeAndI_la!.innacu,j 75. AythyG/ltveNlellSis (Lydekker) FII1tpJ.LydeUoeo-. 11191 (AI'r112.'SJ,Cal-F-.BUds Brit. M ... p.lU,(l)'pOSf...........Brit.!>l..._A.I$9).LoWDl.Ml()a:Io,"E(Aquitanian).Dept.Allier:Puy-dc""mo 76. AythlP' meyerii(MilD&Edwards)AJw...."nti1!i67,Oileow;flllSllleoF_. \-01.1. >bed16,P.129(1)1''' f .....Ohoi'lge1>.crushedMIdf-. Brit.. M............,.Urpo:R.\1'()(XKE(Oehningt"r Kalk). S ....rrJ.t:KlANt);Oehningen. 77.Aythya aretina(Portis) F .. _'A/lPortis, 188ll.Mern.ut.Fire...... 1'.MontecarluaDdSbett(>,shaftoff....,Uf.distalendprQ>.1malM...),UPPDI.J>uoct2,,"E(Sttllliciooe01" Valdamo Astian age). ITALY: Tuscany; Montccarlo in Amo Valle)'; Slrettc ncar Terrnnuov:a 78.Aythya $Gpulta(Porlli)FrJi&ut.np..u..Pa1is,188ll.Yetn.Iu..Fircml
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UPFE>IPLIoc:EI\'E (Astian). ITALY:Tuscany: Montec.ulo inArno Valley.79.Aythya robusta (DeVis) NymcarobmlaDeVi<. 1888, Proc. Linn. Soc.N. S. Wale ser. 2,vol.3,p.1278, pI.:Yl,fig. 1-2(type.fromRiverCondamlnc,di,lalhaH"frighthumcnlS.proJI_imal endof ulna, ldlcoracoid)UpPElII'LElSIUCENE (Chinchilla beds),AUSTfIALlA: Queensland north hanle of River Condamine,3miles from Chinchilla.80. Aythya reclusa (D.Nis) Ny.",,/!'crill$/!l>tlVis,1888. Proc. Lioo. Soc.N.S. 'Yak'S,"'r. 2, vol. 3, p. 1292, pl. 53, fig. 3(type from IlivcrCoudarnlnc,Ichcoracoid) UPFER PIE1STOCEKE (Chinchilla bods).AUS1l\ALLI.:Queensland: north haul: ofRiver Condamine,3 miles fromChinchilla.81. Aythya effodiato (DeVis) Nyroca efJodiataDaVis. 1005 (Sept. 30), Ann. QueenslandMw., no. 6,p,15,pI. t4,1ig. 8 (typcfromWunlulumanblla, distal endoirll(htLwncrus).UPPERP==rE(Malhmi fauna, KatipiJ:i sands). South Australia: WurdulumankuIa, eastofLake Eyre Subfamily tPILRAI\"TIIOCIN.... E(A.II. Miller and Compton)' Pam"'If"Xidae A.H. Milkr aDd Compton, 1939 (July 15), Coudor, vol41,DO. 4, p.153 (typeParanuroca A.II. MiUer "ndCompton) GenusiPamnyt'Qca A. Il Miller and Compton Paralllj10ca A.II. MillerandCompton, 1939 (July 15), Condo<,vol 41, no. 4,p.11\3(typoPa"'''II'DCa""'!!""MllkrandCompton) 82. Pamnyroca magnaA,H. 11iller and Compton PaMnyrOClJmagna A.H. Miller and Compton, t939 Qnly 15), Condor, vol. 41, from FlintHiU, kfttar,olllcManu" Univ. Calif LoWER (Rosebud fonnation). SoUTI-JDAKOT....: BennettCOWlty:MintHill,9 miles WSWof

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Subfamily IItffiG':"lAE (Swaillson)FauJ1a I>oreali.alllericaua,pt,2,fidc1",8 (April 14), CeogGenusfO,:y"lonessallrrxlkorbOeYI""ne..aBwdkurb, 1961 (Nov, 7),Qua,tJour. Florida Acad.Sci"vol. 24, no 3. p.177 (tn>eby original d""ignation.hat",,,mBrodlorbl83.OCYI,/onessa slwtwelliBrodkorbLO\\'ERPLIOCl:NE (Junturaformation) ORt;c.os: lItalheur CountyJuntura GenusBucepllalaBairdHuc<'P1wla Haird, 1858,I\erx>rt'ofe,plo<.tinnson:NE (Bone Valley fonnation).FLORIDA:Polk County Brewster85, Bucephala fossi/isHoward B""",,""la/"..il"Howard, 1963 (Dec. 30),LosAugeles GoWdy Mus., Contribu_ tion., inScienoo, no. 73,p. II,pl.I,lig:,.A.C(typefromArroyoTapiado,proxi mal end of Los Angeles Co. Mus. no. 2787) MIDDlEPl.l
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GenustCheudlltu L L. Milk<,1!W1Ouly 15),Cmdor.vul.ZT.no. 4, p. 14.5(typeby"'00'oIypyChenJyte.lawIMHI... )86. ChendytulIIiUeriHowardH-w,195.5{May2.5).e.-Iot,>'01..57,__a.p. 137, Ii&Ia, ...-.... PtnSJ"OCL"l1': (San Poorofomlation).C"Ut"(ll\loo"lA:So,nIsland: neafConeyPoint ffl. ChendllteJlaw."''''' L Millt!r, 192.5 (July lil),Coadclo-.>...L1l7, .....4,P.14.'5,&,.4(l(typDica.libiotan .... Univ.Calif.M ....r.leo.)LoWDt (SanPedro fonnation). CAuroR."IA:Ve:otUfllCounty:SextonCaD}'OP(1.. Miller. 1934,Sclence,n..$.,''OJ. SO,p.141). UPPOlPLt:lSTUCL"l6 (palos Verdes sandl;).CALl}'OtL"u:Los An geles County;Santa Monica (L.Miller, 1925); San Pedro (L. Miller,19ao, Condor, vol. 32, p.ll7);Playa del Rey= Del Rey IIiIls (How anI,1936.Condor,vol. 38,p.212); Bixby Slough in Hermosa Beach (Howard,19-14.Bull. S. Calif. Acad. voL 43. pt. 2. p.74); Lomita (Howard,1955.CondC".>'01.51, p. 135);Vermont and Sepuh-edaboulevardsinLosAngeles(Howarrl.1955); Palos Venles(HO'I'I-aro. 1955).Orange Cowlt)': Newport Bay(Howard.1947,LotAngeles Co. Mus.Quart., >'01.6, no. 2. p.8). UppJ':l!Pi.EIsrnCENP;(marine terrace). CALlHlIl1'OL\: Ventura Coun ty: Anaeapa Island(I,.:-"liller, Mitchell, llnd Lipps,1961,Contr Scl. Los AngelesCo. Mus., no. 4'3, p.3, Ill. 1) fu'.c:D,-r(kitehcnmiddem).C"I.IFO"""L\: San Kicolas Island: :\1aI llgaCo>-e(Howard, 1955). SubfamilfOXYUIUI'AE J.C. PhillipsJ:rism.aIIl'i.... 6lIeichcnbacb, "111;0" ("ftcrOct, I, A"llltll,y.t. not .. VIII (type1\rI,myr>mJ.C. Phillips.IQ2fI.Nat. his!.duds.voL4.p.201(1l'J'COryu""HorPoparte).

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GeIIusOryuruBonaparteo.v.o...18:28,Ann.Lye.Nt.Hiot.N.vol.2, p. 390(typrnobiduIW,1oum} 88. (hytorube&somiHoward...ngcleoCount,.Mus ConbibuliUDSi"Sdence,IlO.73,p..I3,pl.l,flgs.U-E(t)1lLosAngektCu.MUf.nu.!7S5).MlIJl)l.EPu$I'CX:ll .. "I (upperpartof Palm Spring rormation). CAL' IFOIINtA:San DiegoCounty: south side of Vallc<:ltoCreekamI. Arroyo Tapfndo (Howard, 1963). MIDDLE(Seymour formation). 'IUAS'Knox CountyO.L. Patterson ranch (Volv, Michigan)Genu'Bizium Stephens 1Iw.-18U.Shaw'",sen.7.ooL,YUll2, pt. 1,p.2:21(typeAAa61olM1."".; 89. BUitm1 eVltmlOtfJneVisSWuNexn.-uDeVi<. 1S9ll.Proe.Roy.Soc_volII. p. 55(fJ'polUPPER (Chinchilla bet.Is).AlISTllAUA:QueeoslllIldDarlingDowns (neVis, 1889)UPI'D!Pl.Elsroo::J.;Nt:(MlIlkUJlifawla,Katil'iri5:lnd,). South Australia:Malhmi; eastuf Pirani (DeVis, .1905. Ann. Queens landMus., no. 6,p.14,flgs. 1-3)Subfamily MDICA:>"1':rTISAEBonaparteMCfgtJMll_Booal'arW.1853(rw:I(M. 31),C.R. A ......Sci. rlri.. ,"-01.n.p.44(rubfamily). No fossilrocord

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Ncospl,:des of Anatidae from andprehistoric sites: Subfamily Cw:"n,uL....mar(GmeUn). WLAND:C""tlqx.,lf"ru1(Lambrecht, 1933,Ha!>db. Palaoorn.,p. 743). E"CL""n: Southern(Lydelier,1891,IbiJ,p390);CambridgltedeFurnlnha? (Lambrecht, 1(33). hALY:Gmtt;l.(Lambrecl>t, IllM). Binagada ,,1Mb.:rgmarml Serebn,...ky,Pee.20, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk 5.S.S.Il.,,...,}.33, no.7-8,p.472; tYP"pelvis,A.crbai.jan Acad.Sci.). 2. ....lltrot",(Latham).NEWZEALAND:,ubf,,"sil (Dawwn, 1958. XV lnternat.Colljp". Zoo!., sect.V,P3pc1"22, p.I), 3.010e,Krabbcshohn, A ..ted,Vid,.nnd, Erteboelln, Blegkllde, Gudumlund, V.stetUlslev, Kllntee,OcturuAa,Aalb",g,hendhorg,Uggerlll"vg:aard,EltangViII..Ve)leby, "lIolTebje.g, Vo:t.1'o:Goudan,Mad_eloine, .nd (Lambrecht, 1933,1',734),MONACD:Grolro. ueMentDD(Lambrecht, 1933,p. 744), ""AU:Grotl.dei CDiombi? (RegaIi., 1893,ArchAntrop. EtnD!., vol. 23,pp.262,.'Ul5,340).liarDalom cavern(Bate,1016,P'<>e. zoo!. Soc.LoDdon.pp. 422,427). SwITZERU>m: K"",.Je.l""h, Schaaf_ hause",andRobenhanscn(Lambrecht, 1933,p. 743), GERMANY:Upper Schwa" bi", Hohlcfci.<,an:Ladaga""" (Lam_ brecht,l933l. 4. 0/0<1itil
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Cope"""",.....6. p. 1lO).Sw.n"' .... ''''''Tba,..u.;.. .. (t.mbn:dlt.1003.,lhDdb.Pallooeonl.,p.743).II.Olo:wfOrd).A ..... I>U'St.hbDdudBo.>rosilalobDd(Ftk'dmamo,lQ35.op.til """25, p. 41);Unlcl:islaWl'iedmaml. 1937.OIltil vuI.n. p. .f36).e.u.-"...,Md:ittrid: (L. .\Iiller.19M,COr.dor.,....37.p.7.5l;RattdooLa&ea(H_'MI,IIl36.Condor.......S&,p.34);....... \. Lau(DeMay.Coodar,......44,P.22lI).In.uw.:(A. II. Miller.llMll,Cooodot-,.........50. p. 132).NoImt... :RiUJsite(L.Mil]",. 1961. Bwl. S.Calif. Acad.Set mi.60, pl. 3,p.12.3).1LLI""".:Klnpt""(Bakr.1936, Tral16.lllinoi.Acad.ScI.,,ul.29.p.201,5);Ja..s.,mlnole Field InSt. Pct.,nbu'll(WeltnO<"(-,1\131,Srnlthwnl.nmisc. ColI., '0185, 1l0. 2,p.18);Itchtudo......Ri.cr(Mc:Coy.l963,Auk,vol.80.p,340),Hec<>eiPc 1nstn WMhitlglon I"ubl. no. 551.pp.1.59.190)....,Luj:>n(AnwcJ>ino,Il191.Re.. 8. A_\U-).'0-..0..,FoasilLab (I.. dpr.1878,Bun.Jeol.loocrScno.T.,..,. ,4,no.!.p.387.t)l'"left--..-.Amer.:Y.... Nat. lIil1t. ..... 3539B;U_..d,llU6, Car e..un....... : McKittridc(l.. Miller.11l25,UDI.C.lif. "'.hI. K"QI.Sti..vuI.l5,p.3H);RaneboLaRrea(H09I-...I. 1936.cmdor, ,.....38,1'. 34); ,101ll VistaLake(Do.May.1l1-l2.,c..ndor "01.44,p.22ll).Allno,. .. : Turi:eyTankC._(H....."",1939. Condor, .....H.1'_207). 1 ....1fO,Ameri<:allFan.(Bnxllrorb, 1963,Quut.!pologll'l,yolo 6,p.2(9). 11.1.''''001,Ramey mound at(Baker,11)41,T,aM. Amcr, phll",,_Soc ..II.... '01.32,p, 66); 'Mod""rock lheller1956. IlllnollStale Mus.,Hept. [nyest.. no, 4, p.52). ... :,itc(P n'l>lk'C, 1000. Florida Anthropologllt. "01. 8. p. 49). ST. ClIo",:(Wf/mote,1937,}our.Agr. Unh'.P"crloRiro,.ol.21,p.7)9.A"""rtIOSliCaosiD.Aus"",'Kodiak blood (t'lied""u"" 1{65. JourWasbil\lClooAc:uI.Sci,vuI.2.5, p. 47). 0Rw0N:FnuilUke(Howard. 1948, Car_ ,wgieInotn.Waohingt""Publ,no.MI.p.I66).CAunlfI."....' RanchoLaRrao?(Howani,IIll&. Condor. .....S8.p.34); B .........\"..t.aLake?(DeMay.19t1.CoDdnr.......44,p.228). 10. A....._(Lin__ ). Soon..>.......H....db.I'a.bcon>.,p. 741). ,':...... n: Cra)"?(L)'udleigbIghtham""vu,Lawford,Cutlepook.Sill:bcit.,...andF;,hm.,.,tLamhudM.IOOS).)\011....... Van:lo(Lauilioecbt,IOOS).I)""' ...... K:Mejlgurd,

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17. s..-'-'nlcld(l..iJonaew).'Eroc>.....DO\\'.Itbam>tl>WandErkdalr: Ca ....(LydtU .... 1819. Cat ......Sinhlint..Mus., p.10:5);OeedonCave(Lam.bndIt,1933, Harodb.....Po742). II .......Ertehoelle,Cud_lund,SDdqu,uwl..XoIdmg Fjood (M. WinJe,19m,VtdmII<..Meddel.F""""-Copellha_...,L6, p.88).(T.. U:CrolbI.RomaDcUi?(Lambnlcht, 1933)."I ..LT..' 1I ....1labm1918,l'rnc.ZIG.UI.T:Pushpnma (l.. 1916, S.,.baPul.lb,...,\.4.p.205). A ..... n ..: SI. La....,,,,,,,hlaDd(Flicdmann.1984, JOIlr. Washington Acad.Sd.,vol.1'.4.p. 89); KodIak!.ol.nd Wriedul-M3)18.B"""..fbis, p, 390). C .........T"'"}'.m-quanyl'(LambIubt,1933.,Ilaodb.Ptlaoono.,p.7U).. h.... T:GroU. I\(maodlI(1.amt-dJt.1ll33)."' .... T..: Ibcho La" .....(LMille., 1909.Univ. Calif. ""!II..Ced.., ,......S, p. 306);Pottn C ..... k C.'"O(LMrllrr, 1911. lip.vol.6,p.39ll);SanP.dn:>(LoMilkr. 1914,lip.cil.,vol. 8,p.36); M....onSanJ.... (Sh.. 1915,Tnm.Conneo:t\CutA!2d .. "rtsSd.,vol. 19. p, 64); ;\kt::ittrld::? (L, Milkr.19305,CoDdor, vul,37. p.75);Sanla n ....bbnd{lIowud,1944, Bull.mlth. Calif. Acad. Sd., vol.43, pt.2,p. 74};NewportBRy?(Howard,19-:19,Coudor,vol.51.p. 21); "Innlx Lake(HI'Ponc!lollouoe(Hargravc,l939,Oondor,,'01 .f',p.207).ANzoN .. ,"Tur!.e.tiI.Acad.Sci..vol.60,p. 3, p.Moo).C""lA,Etowahsite(panna-'Incl"desBrunt.."lgrlc.....(La .. ........,.,),oot.disll""'.pec:i
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lee. J960, Florida AnUJtburg. l-Ielbourne,andItchtuckneeRh= (Wetmore, 1931, SlnitLsonian mi"", Coli., vol.85,no. 2,p. 19); Hoile(LigOl.l, inpre.. ); WalmUa Spring (Brod IrorboolL).Reconl from Sallla Monic'll,i.erroneous(lido L. Mi]l.,randDeMay,1942, Liniv. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 47, p. 59) 20. Branta",fW;oll" (Palla.). Ho.mGARY: Il.na cave? (Lambrecht, 1912, Aquila, vol. 19,p,27$);P4Iffyeavc(Lambrechl,1933, Handb. PaIaeorn.,p, 742)21. Phi/acte caMgi04 {Sev",rtianoffj.AL.""A' St, LawrXELA:Loo Ta.mu'ind(>$.'l1aciendaTocor6n, and "Cascal>el (Welllmre, 1935, Auk,\'01. 52, p.329). B ..... ZIL: Lap"daEscrivania?and!.all" da Lagoa do Sumidouro? (Winge, 1887, E Museo Lnlldii,vo1. l,pt,2,p.19)23. Dend'a<:ygna1,;,;<>10' (Vicillot). VRN>:ZoU.:"LosTamarind",(Wet more, Hl35, Aulr, vul. 52,p.329) 24. D",ldrocyg'lfJ m,h",,,,,,Zi-s (Liunaeu<).PUlIt
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Auk, vol. 52, p, 329),Prnu(Lambrecht, 1933, Handb, Pabcorn"p,738).BaAZIT.,LapadaPedrad"" Indi"",Lag"" do SumidO\lro, andLapacia E,_ crivo.ui" (0, Winge, 1887, EMil,..,.,Lundii, "01. I, pI. 2, p, 22)3LChcnonelt"fu""la (Latham),Earn,doughCnem and Thllatu(L}'deller.1891, Cal. F"". Bi,d,Brit .\Im .. p.1(0) 32.Aixap""'"O,,"rAJU": Hamilton {Wetmore, 1958, Smithson_ ian miS<.'. ColI., vol. 135, 00. 8,p.9). KA"'AS:ShornCr...,k(Stcttenhdm, 1958, Wi!.>u... BulL, vol. 70, p. 198). ILU"OJ8, King,ton (Bah... HI36,Tm", 1Ilinoi,Slate Ac'ad.Sci., vol. 29, p, 245); '.\-10,10<,mek,helt... (Parmoloo, 1956, lUino;" State10-1",.,Ikr;>t,Inv."t.,no.4,p .531.0"'0:Canter cavc' (Goo.lin,1955,OhiojOllr.Sd"vol,5i'l,p.36l).FLORlDA:RnckSpring(Woolf.nden HI5!!, \\%"n Bull .."01.71,p.185): Ilchtnd:nc", Rivcr (MoCoy, 1001.... "k,vol l!O, p. 343); Haile {Ligon, in pros,);VetoBc'ach(Weigd.I!l63, Florida Ceol Surv.Spc<:. Publ., no. 10,p. 21); 'Goodman dte(Wing, 1963, Conh-. Florida StateMns" no. 10.p. 56).Erronr'"",recum'indudeKirkdaleCave,ElIlllaoo (RdoLrdell"r,1891, Ibi.,p.391),and Fossil Lake, Oregon (fidellowrnl, 1946, Carnegie Instn.Wa,hingtonPubl.,no.551,p.1l:l1)3-'l.M"lac01'hll"chw nwmhracelll(LatlUlm).NK><-'Z>:.o.LA!: Pyrami,l Val ley? (Oliver,19,'>5, N. Zenland Bircb, ed. 2, p. 6(0) 34. Anal.>ury(Ly", Ca"c, Chudleigh Cave, Il,(tham Cavo, BUN'ell,So\llhcry fen"\\1litemsca, and Waltharnstow (Lambrecht,J9.'J.3).D.,,.M,,,,,,, Fannerup, Mcjlgaald,Ertc boelle,Cudumlund, Ve,ter VI,lev. Mal\bnOS<.'. Klillle",,",Suebger,Oem",Aa. MOllkholm, 'Vojlebr, Bottebjcrg,Yo.-dinglx,'!!,Flanrn",k,OesterVaodet/I-I0<5t, 'Erholm, M,,,,,,,Vim""".Ktog,booUe:\-1"",,,'Oem"bjerg,Radhjerg...MOI5C (H. Winge,I(ll),'},Vidc",k,:\lcJdel. naturhis!. Foren., ""I.6,p.78). \Iagrite, Naulctte, Nuton>.an<.Frall<.'e, vO!.I.p. 159):Gou,da"andIe'Eyzie,(Lambr""ht,1\133).M"""':Q: GroUc deGrimaldiandGmllede Mentoll ILarnbrreht, 1933). IT"LY'Cro!!"Cudglia=Grottc de Pa,ign"oa,Cave'"" d'Equi, andemttadei Colomhi? (Lambl't'Cht,193:3).(Ci",,,,I, 1847.Faunade< Vorwdt,vol.I,pI. 2,p. 32)('..1''''''0'': C'otta de19M). M"LT.""'ustaravinc (Lam brecht, 1933). SW'TZEnLANn; Schwdzer;bild,Kesslcrloch, Veyrier, Etting"n?, i\-1""",eedorf.Wao"'ill,Rol..ohau.",n,'Concise,andSmntag,,,,,(Lambrecht, 1933).Guu.,-,,,,, Lahn Valley?1801, Cal. Fos,. Birds Brit, Mus., p. 114): Thiedebei Braun,,-'hwcig IBlasi"" 1901, jom.Ornith" vol. 49,p.58); We>teregcln, Pocu,n,tcin,anJBah'e (Lambrccl,t, 1912, Aquila. vol. 19, p. 298); Aud,:m",h?,S.alfcld.B1ochbcrg,andlla"'<>gro(b, (I..a'ub"",h!. Handb. Palaeorn., p. Aus-r,,,,, Scloosterlueke (Lambrecht,hal).C7EC1lOSWVUU, FI"I"",o"a.1.41",Ludmirau,Sipka,andGcrtova dira (C.pck,1910, B'f. V. inlen",-l. Omith. )(,mgt. JI.rlin, p. 930);Malmi"",'Slavikovic-,"u..terlitz?,Cave,(Lambrecht,lIu"<:ARY; Ballaand l,till65kocave'(Lall,;,recbt,1\112,A,toi1a, "01.19, p. 213): !'alffy M,'e (Lambrecht.19B,."'l"lI." "01. 20, p. 427); ,,"Jr'cIlC'arBapt

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(Kormo, andlAmbrechl, 1914, llarlangkulala,.",1.2, p. Remetd,egy(lAm.b=hl,Aquila,21, p. 1l9);Pili"7.aJltO (L,mbnocl,t, l\ll!'i,Jahrl>ung.r.geol. Aostall, vol. 23, 1"479): Otto lIennaneave (Lambrocht. 1916 ,Aquila. vol. 22,1',189); Pu,iny, vol.11,p. 2:;"1);i<1ii1l6l;kijU"r>ossy,H152.A"uila, "01. 55--58,p.218): Sub..I}'Uk co,'e(jano-Col (Rale, 1931, Pal. .inica.I1IS.,"01. 6, p. 201)

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39."-LiDIIM..... ST. CBou.:Co...:xJnb (W 1931,Jonr.Aar.Ulliv.PurnoRio:l,voI.21,p.S). 40."'-aa:Kcsh.ad....",.(i..ambntdlt, 1933, 1Iandt>. Polacorn.,P.739).E.':a....dooaw:?(I..ambrodlt, 19.11).MONAW:CtWt",""M_(i..ambmc:hl. 1933). .....Binecl:ckt,1915,Aquila,,..,L20, p. 42e).A_'J.ur:Binagado(Sen:btovslr.y,1941,DokladyAlw:l.N.uk S.s.s.R., ,..,L 33,DO.7../1, p. 47S).O>U!OOt<,}'oosil LU;e(Shufekh,l892,Jour.Acad.nal.Sci.PhlladeJphi.1, ..,.. 9.p. 4Q.l,).CALIFORNIA:McKiurid,? (L. Miller,19"2:'1. U,,; ... Clllf. l'ubLgoo\. Sci., vol.15, p.314); Valledtoc.O)(!k?(lIowrnl., IIl63,LotAng-des Co. Mus.,Contr.Sci.,no.73, p.9).NEVADA:Smith Croek Caye (Howard, 19M:. null. oouth. Callf Awm,1\l64,CoOOor,vol.58,p.2(0).T-.r;u"JaeboaFarm(Brodko.-b,Irtpr.... ). iowA.:Creek (Hamoo,1961. PblnsAnlhropoloPt.v<>l.6, p.210). Ln:s0$Klrtpton(BOCI',1ll36. Tr;moStllt"Aod.vol. 29, p. 2-45); Plum Wartd(Baker,1941,Tram.Amorphrk;a.Soc ,,,L32,p.ll7);"!>Iodor:rod.I95$,A>ncr.Antiq"ity,vol....p.a88}.41.A.-U.u..., T. c.ndia&a.mellDdGh....DaWncaveO-->J-d,t,1mMandt>. Palaeom.., p. 701).42.A_""JIhrorlqpocJwICtndia.Sinbo! (AJrdre.n.. 18ll7,Ibil,p.3S5)43.A .....#"'IJ<'IlILirJD:IeuI. h.... v,Crottadci Colombi (Lnmb..,.,ht, 1933,II."db,Palo"""" .p. 7M).CUO""LOVA.DA.: lInlubk: (Lambrecllt,1933).HuN'.,..lty, Pilfly "",.., (L.'.Ilbr""ht.1913, Aquila, "01. ,1'.427); l"iliazaut6(Lam l,red,t. 1915. Mitt. Jahrb.8""). Ambit, vol. 23, p. 479):PiiBp011.5, [1.26). AZ"",UA'JA": Dinall"dn(s.,,-.,hl"OY'\':'Y. 1941.O<>.kladyAhd.Nan\.:, S.S,S.R., vol.:).3,no. 7_8,p. 473). CALDV""'''': RanchoL. B",. (L. Mill.T, 19l2,Unlv.OaHf.Pub\.c........voI.7.p.78);McKil_t:rlek (L. 1935, Condor,\"01.:)7,p. 76). IowA.:MilI(HQtJiOD, 1961, PluuaAlltlltopOlogiot,vol.6, p. 2.09).Fl.OIlm.. : Ilcl.t""k"..,River (McCoy, 1961,AWe,_-01.80,p.SH),Rldt""(Neill,CIIt,and8nxlI
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45. AntU""",rica""Cmelin.0....,.,,,:F'lSSil Lake (Shufchlt. 1892, Jour Aeat!. nat.Sci.Phllaoolphia. vol. 9,p.4(3). C.U.lFOlU'<1A:McKittrick (L.Miller. HI25.Univ. Calif. Publ gooL Sci., vol. 15.p.313); San Pedro (HowarJ, 1949,Condor,vol51,p.21). NIN"'''''': Smith Creek Cave(I1oward,1[152,BuU."",th Calif. Acad.Sci"vol.51, pt.2,p. 54).1\",,'M"",,:>:>:Howells RJJgc Ca,'''? (How.ard, 1962. Coodor, voL M,p. 242). OnAHOC\ti:NyeSiuk(tbrrell,19.59. FlOCS. Dol:, Aead, Sci.,"01 38. p. 100}.low... : MillCreel: (Hamon.1961, PlaimAllt!u:opologist. vol. 6,p.210). ILUNOIS: 'Plum bland19H.Tn",'.Amer philos. s"c,n ..vo!.32, p. 67).Fl."'''''''':Ttcntudro"" Rivet (M<'Coy.I963. Auk. vol.8O,p,342) 46.A"",clypvataUnnaell'. E"CI.... "O: West Runton (Lydeller, IS91, Ibis, p.391); !>Iunde,leyand19h1hamEssure (Lomb,,,,,,ht, HI33. Handb. P.laoom.,p.140), Mm,...co:Crott".de MeoiOll, Grottode rOb,ervatoire, andGrOUe d. GrimMi(Lambr"",ht, 1933).emuaJ.,i Colombi? (Lomb,,,,,ht. HI33)Hc"cAJlY: !'i.\,pt;k{tirdo(Capek, 1917. Barlangkutati\s, "01. 5, p.26). AzmBAI_ J ...... : lIinagada (Serebrnv.ky. 1941, Doklady Abd. S.S.S.II. "01.33,no. 1_8,p.473). OllEGON:FUll,;]Lake (Shufeldt. 1892, Jour. Aead nat. Sci., Philadel_phia.vol. 9.p. 4{)4,).C"'LI>UIL"'''':McKittrick(L.Mille,.19M, Univ. Calif.Publ geol.Sct,.vol. 17.1'.314); RanchoLa Brea(A.H. Miller. 1929,eondor,vol. 11, p. 223);SanPedro(Hmnrd,1949,Condo" voL ,,1. p. 24); Vall""ito c,,,,,,l< (How art!, 1963, LosAngel", Co. )vlus .Contr.Sci.nO,73,p.II), "'EVADA: Smith Creek (Howard, 1952,Bull. south Calif. Acad. Sci" vol. 51. pt. 2. p. 54)KA."SA.S:Jone< Sink (Dowm.195-1,Condor. vol. 56,p. 2(9); Dixon (Harrel!, 1959, !'roc, S, Dal<.Aead.Sci.,vol. 38, p. 11)4).low... :Mill (Hamon,1961. rlainsAnthropologist. voL 6,p.210). c..hokia(Baker. 1941,TransAmer. philos. Soc .n..vol. 32,p. 67). F,..oRlnA:Heddick (Brodkorb. 19.57.JonLPale
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......31.p.134};Am:dcndo(Brodkorb,19.39,Boill.f1rri:ioSr:ueMDL,voI.4.,(Hol=D,lllS19,BullF10ridaSwevol5, P.3);Rive<(McCoy, 19S1, ...uk,.......80,p.34Il;H.r"'(lJ-.iDfH"'I);LakeMoaroe&DdWinterBead>(Brudlorb<:Dil.). N......,..edfJ'Clnlistof1'.,.;1We,o...pm(Howud,19016.CarJ>eajeIn>bLWuhlngto,,l'ubl.,DO..'iSl,p.191).49.00-R.........,s.,..Pcllro (L. MlIIcr. 1914, C.lJf.Publ.. Bun. ()"pt.C<:o! ."01.8.p.36; Sourd 50. Nettion chw.otU(Gfay).1\>:w".ALA""'"P)......midVolley(Scarlett,NI'('.C.anterbury1>1...... ,.0. p.261)051.t:etliongibbmfrot1l (5. Miilkr). 1\""'"ZlIIt,HISS,HoDdb. P. 391):0CWtoobury......c..rwcflt.(l.-.bred:lt.11m). (lI. 1900,V'od-k.Meddo.L_..mist.For=C'..opetIhapa.,vole.p.77). 1'.... .-:0'..,.[error?) (LaInbroc:ht. 1912, Aquila,."".IRpp.29l'l,3OSJ.ITAU:c..>'<:t'D&d"EquI,CmttadeiCala,nbl,.ndGroll4\R_IlI?(Lombrftht,1933).PO""';':"L:CrotledeFurninha(l.-mbredlt,1935). S.....,.,...otnI..",n: SchloWelsen.vonB,nocclbteclJ.r, 1914. "'1.49, p. !S8):WestrcKc10heiMAgdeLATVIAKb""nslcin?(Lamhrecht,1&33).AZIv:oky,1IMI,OdtladyAboLaBra(H-.rd,19S6,e-dor,vol.M, p. 36);Santa11._Island(H"",wd,1944.,8nU.-.th.Calif .ADd..vtlI."""pl.2, p. 7.).!\EV...... : Sa>itloCrnckCa,....Olowvd,I9S2,BuD..ooeth.GaIif.Acad.Sci.,vol.5l.pl.2. p. 54);[recdWupatldPueblo1939,Cao><:kw,vol 41,p. 207).N"EW

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M"",co; Sheller Cave (Howard and A.H. Condor, vol. as,p.1.5);Howells Ridge Cave? (Howard, 1002,CAndo<, vol. 64, p. 242).KAN.'A",Kentllck I""ality in McPher""n Counly (Galbreath, 1953,Wilson Bull., vol. 157,p. 62) Tn",,,Groe,beckCretk(I>lidwe,lem Umv.), [,uppooed reeord from Caoadian River inHemphillCnunty (ReedandLo"llnecl.er, 19S3, Uulv. Texa' Bull. 3231, p. 68) i' FuUco (fide ComptOIl, 1934, Condor,\'01. 36,p. 40); fragmentaryulnafrom Middle PlioceneCoffeeRanch ill Ikmphill County (Compton, 1934)m,..t prob.bly represents one ofthe Pliocene,pecic.o thi'gellu,]. TowA:'MillCretk (Haruon, lool,PW""AnlhwpolugU;t, vol. 6, p.210). h.uN0lS:'Kiugslon(B.kor, 1936,Tran,.Illinois StaleAOIld.Sci., vol. 29,p,245); "Cohol:ia (Ilaker, 1941,Tra"".Anler. phil"",Soc.,n.<., \'o!' 32, p. 67). FWJUI)A:Field ioSt Pelersoorll: (Wetmore, 1931, Smith,onianmisc.CoIL vol. 1l0. 2, p. 21); elY'-tol Springs (Ilrodkurb,1!l5t1, WilronEuU.,vo1. 63,p.1M); Reddick (Brodko'b, 1957, Jour. FalconI., vol. 31, p, 134); Arredondo (Brodkorh, 1959, Run,State Muo.,vol.l,p. 27S);lIoe1: Spring (W""lf.."J"",Hl39,Wa",nBoll"voI.71, p.HI5); lIehtocknec River (M<.Coy, 1963, Aok, vol. 80,p. 342); Hoile (Ligon,iop ..",.), Lake Monrue(Ilrodkorbcoll.) SuM.mily AYTHVI>1A.t:A!/Ihyawlirin...-io (Wibon). ALAsr;,:'Dutchlbrbor(friedmann, 1937, Jonr, Wa,hingtooAcad. Scl.,vol. 27,p.43-5).WA,m"GTON,'PugetSound(L1960. Wilson 1Iull.,1'''1.72,p. 394).Ranoho La Brea? (Howard, 1936, Condor, vol.38, p. 35);ManixLake?(Howard, 1955, U. S.G.S Prof.Pa{l'Cr, V 264-J, p, 2(0).IOWA:'MillCreek (Ilarnon, 1001, PIa;"" Anthro pologist, vol.6. p.210). h.Ln Bril.Mm"1'.121); Baclon(Lydckker,1891,rbi" p. 391) ITALY:Grotla Romanelli? andCrottaItam (Donov'.n), 0"""'0>1:Fo"il (Shufcldt, 1913, Bnll Amer. Mo not. Hi,t" vol. 32, pp. 141, 156).NEW),IExlco: Howells/lidgeC,we? (H"""ard, 1962, Condor,1'0]. 64, p.242),Tn.S,Croo,]"",kC"",\:{Mid_ western Univ.). !u.INOJ$: "Kingslon,'Cahokia,alld 'Plum Island(Ilahr, 1941, TrallS. Amer. phil"". Soc" 0.'" "01. 32. p.67); rock,beltcr (Pannalee, 1ll56,nliooi,SlateMo, .. Repl. 1nve,t" no. 4, P. 53).OH.1o:'Canv;r caVe'(GO!_

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Ua,19:i3,Ohiojour.55,p.36l).FLONO.O.:er,mlSpriDp(Brodldlcorb.19.57,Jour. P2lecol..vol.31,po134);19.59. B..n.F10ridaStateM....vol...po21.);Rock19.5i9, Wi .....BaIl..,vol. 71, Itdlt...boea;.. ....(MtCoy.19l13,Auk,vol.80, p. 343); 1Iaile(Lisoa. ill p ....);"Cood'.SlwllpltReoon:I(Mrrriam,1916. Uol.Calif.PubI.Ced_....9,!'P. 168, 173) fromUpper .. bko.59. Alii",",(Unnaeuo).11IE....... 1>: Eden""\e.... d N"",,,haB""va(Lam"-:bl,I933,Handb.I'ab..." .. .,p.7S7).1003).D"""MARI::Vi_, and "OnlrupM"'" (H. Winge, 1900,Vk!e,...k,""Iurbin,F"",,,.vol.6, p. !l$).]\,\01t.paJ-om., p. 731). llor.:C....H'ea,.......,...na;6tU::ormosaDdLembn:di1,191"6;u1;lIIglulaIU, ... 1. 2,1'.105); R.,u>etd"'ll) (Lamb..,.,..t, 19J4,.Aqnlb,,-..I.21, Pl'.89.90, IU);Pilisszblh(Lam"-:hl. 1913. Milt.Jwb.unp,.pol.AI........vol.23.p.0(79);Pusbpon'Jlo{1.ambnocb1, 1918,B ... bllabtatis,vol. 4.p. 2(5);l'iifpiikIunJij(Capek. 1917. BorbnPutaW.mi. 3.pp.2B,61);Baj6t.and1.eVDY.......IUmbnxht,''''l.61.-w..d-.(Gme1io). x ......7.0:.<1..0:.Waiogu>garolLydei:-k. 1891, Cal.SitUs Rrit.\I .....p.. C' T...... 1 ......,<01:(Fl. I'"""n. Co\",nl"llen,,."l 6. p. 81).luu: Grolla del Colomb; and Crolla Roma .....l1i(l.Illnb..19(3). SI. l,"wren..." It.Sd,Plril<>ddphla, vol. 9, 1'.40$) Smith Creek C.,c (lluwml.19.32,n"ll.S.Calif."""d.Sci ."01. 51,pI.9:,p.M)63.AfllhYf'a/1i"1<(E)1on). A ....f>IA:..-odial:l.sbnd(t"i"d""",n,1935,Jour"cad. ScI.. ,'01. 25. p.0(1).ORECOl<:FoullLake (Shuf"ldt, 1913, 8uU. "mer_MIlLnal.32.Po141).CAl.lf"OllJolU.:McKittrick(Mil"".1935,e.-b,vol.:n.Po76);"BuenaVist.aLak.,(])('M .. ,.,11M2.CoodrJr.,-01.01-4.p.W).T_GroeobcodoiISWtoAQd.Sd .. val29,p..24.5);"CaboIela.""'"P1.umblaDd(&k.1941.TranI.ph_Soc.. ......vol.32, p. 81).Owo:"Canter">Ol"roeld,Venice, Itchtucb>ee River,aadS.berlootbCa""(Wmnc-,1931,

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SmitNonianrrU:.vol.M..,.2.p.22};Hod.inpn:M);tab:"1_aDdSpri1c(Brodla:Jrbt'OIl);Good,SMLIpit."LmsoaBid.and'BlultooCutandBrodkori>,1956,-'-o-.A:lOquity .-.i1.21.p.3ll8),JOJII#nD'Ulde1(\\'bl&.I98l,Coatr.FloridaS1.reMUJ-,IlO. 10,p. 53j.&I.B..np/ud4d.zngvl4l':>;ClA-"1>l"Clutoobury1933,llaMb.I'alacom., p.737). S .....t:u-...,S\angemiill. ill llalLuxl(Lamhreeht,1933).0""'........ : Mal1gaani, Ctxlumlund, Klint.,.".,.and"1lom!blerg (H. Willll". 1900.Viden>J<.Meddcl. naturhist. 1'"r"". Copenhogen.vol. 6,p. 8-3).Cronede Crimaldi (Lambre<:bl, HIM).ITALY:Crotta lI"'na ..... lIl 19:>3),Bh,g.da?(Se",broy,ky.1941, Dok I.IdyAkQd.Naok 5.5.S.Il.. vol. 33, no. 7-8,p. 115).AIA!lu:Kodiak Island (Frioedmann, IIl35. low". W ...hillglonAcad.S:oo:<:F_i1L.aisa.vol30. p. 901). h ...._:'J.:ineston(Uaka,1ll36. T ....... Illi .....SUI .. AcId.,....29, p. 201.5).V_lA,r..tnJ1dC!'>imllC}'I(Well",:we, llllr!.mile. ColI. vol.145,'1'.6). FI.O ......:SeminoIeF...\dlnSLPclcrs!nug(W_,I9,Umy.K...... Sd. IMI..\-01.30, p. 901),Ri\er(McC..,,, 19$1.Au!<.,-01.80,po.343); Haile(Ligon, in 'I""""",IIluff (NcO!, GuI, and Ilrodl:orb,1931I.Amer. Antl'l,rity.V<>l.21. p. 388) 00. Clang,,/., hlf"'malif (I.innacus).DE"MAl\I[:1lIIllll"n,vol. 6,p. 84)A>."JUlAIJN<:lliru,lgQda? (Scrcbro\l$ky, 1941,DolJadyAbd.Nauk S.S.S.H., vol3.1,"".;.11,'1',47J). A.....U:St. L"",,.,,,,,,, Island, 'Amakn,dr,and''':odlak1,lon!.. ,....egieInstil. W.lohiogtooPubl., no. -MI. pp.l7f!. 191). 66.5omtI/......1IIDIliai1llll(Unnaewl.I"""......D;SIwuIon C...e(L)..JdOO:o-.1891.11>;0. '1'.391). Sc;on......""Strall>edon(Ly&1
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w....I.-..lmpKllnt,:Iol:q1panl, H.' ....... 11:11.-,.,.Soc!qtt,Hesocloc.'Bond>;e... .....turhist.t-OttILCoprnhqeo,.u..6.p.M).ALAJl.19-11,"1'.<:It., ,'01.. 31,p.407)89.SomaieriaIpcd..(I.Innaeoo) .. St.Lawrence Island.'Amaknak lobnd,'Capelnnbel&h, and'''ooiakI,Iand (Frl...Jm""n, loo-i,Jwr. Wllh A<:ad. Sci ..vol. 24,Pl).Ill, 232, 231);'Dutchand'Little'Kiib(FrleofWa"'.(Fried.<'>p, vol.31, p. 407) 10. PtXysticla otd/erl(Pollal). ALAnA:St,LaWI"O"""hland(Frio,.hll""", 1934,Jour.W....h.logtouSci wI.14, p. 90):'Kodiakhlaoo(Friodmann, op. cit., vol.M, p.48); UttIeKhb.(Friedmann.1931, op. cit., vol.21.p. 437);'Cape Pri"""ofW.1e. (Friedmam>,1941.<1\1.cit.,,...I. 31, p.406). t.llist., vol.:U, pp. 143,156),..__(Howard. 1936,CanwgielIlStn. W ingt...f'ubl.,DO.S5I,pp.11ll, 191).11. Arctondtt, 1933).PnAcal1.Sd., vol. 24,pp.91, 232.,Z31); Dutch HarI.",(FricHuboo-.l..lnlnKisb,'AlbIsland,and'A1tuWand(Friec\lnann, U137, "1'..-01.27, pp. 435, 431):'CapePri.ooeeofWales (Fn.dma.nro, 1941,op.vol. 31. P.40'1),e..u............,NcwponlIay.ndSanPedro(Howard, 1949,ConOOr,vol..51, pp 2I,24,Z7)

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75 .lJewn/lld(Lion,eus).ScoTl..AN'"Strathoden(Lambrecht, 1933, Handh. Palaeom., p.736). ENGLAND: Merlin', Cave(L:unbreeht, 1933) A ....'JN'Fn<-lil1er,H1l4, Univ.Calif. Publ. Cool., vol. 8, p. 36);VaU<'riloCred?(Howard,1963, LosAngelo. Co. Mus.,ConlrSci., no. 73,p.13) 76. M"'gellw albell,,.(Lionaeu,).1RD.A."U)V""''''P",bpnr", andBaj61 CO\",(Lambrechl,1933): Certova dira (Capek, 1910, Bet. V, in(.,mat. omith. Kongr .Rerlin, p. 941).Ht'XGAlI".:PalHyCa"c(Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila, vol. ZO,I', 427). A>.>:tuIAlJAN:l:linagada(Scrcbrov,ky,1941, Th>ldadyAka,p.OO,Wclmorc,1955, Condor, vo!. 57,p. 11l9),!tchtocknceRivcr,Scmlnole Field in St. Pe\e",hurg, Venico, andMelbourne (WeIll"''''',lOCH,Smithsonianmisc. Coll" vol. &5, no. 2,pp. 21, 23); HOlTIIlbySpringand WinlerBeach(llrod korb coil.); Hailo (Ligon, inpre,,), eo.x:l'. Shellpit and Lemon RIuff (Nei1l, Gnt, aooBrodlorb,195Il,AIlN,r.Anti'lU;ty.vo1,21,p.3I'l8);VcroBeach no. S (Wcigel, 196,1,Floridage<>1,Snrv.Spoc. Publ.no.lO,p.27); 'G(N)
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79. ,uerglllU1Tal",.LinlUleu<.Surrl.A"'",WJ(I..",, hrecht, 193.9, Handb.P,IaM'n., p, 7M).E"'CLAN":Merlin', Cave, LeaValley,and 'Gbstonbury(Lomhrechl,G'ilRALTA1I'Devi!" Towcr(B.le, 192810<". Hoy. anthrop.1"'11" vol. 58, p.1(4). Fannerup,AllIuoelle,HavflOe, K bl>esholm, Gudumhmd, Klint...,." Havelse,Soel.g.. St'jroe, Burrebjcrg, and"Kolding Fjorrl (II. Winge, 190.1,Vidc",k. nalurhiknl,laod(Friedmann.I937,uv.dl.. vol,27,p.437}. TI.l.INC".,Chicago (Wrlm'mo, 1940,Smitl"oni.nmisc.Coll.,'oL99, no. 4,p.29).FWRIDA:flocl< Sprinll (Woolrende", H159, Wib,m Bull., vol. 71,p. "Got.BRAZIL:Lap.d.Escri".ola (0. Winge.1887,EM"""oLn
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Subowcr ANHIMAE Wetmore andW.D. Miller PaimmJdf!tJ6Sclatcr,1880 (July), Ibis,ser.4, vol. 4. no. 16,p.406 (order;typePtdamerka.Linnaeus,111'16,a junior oynonym ofA"hima Brisson, l100}._ PtJarrwkifonl1aFiirbringcr, 1!l88,UntCTsuch.),IOr synonymof AnhirnaBri""",,l.-Palamedcidae G. R.Gr_r,1840.Li'[gene....birds,llde Cray, 1671Anhimoi.cit.,p.I34(hmilr) No extinct fossil species. Neospecies of Anhimidaefrom Pleistocene and prchistoric sites1. Anhimacomnla(Lion.cu,). VENEZUEl..\:"Los T"morindos and 'HaciendaTox."rou (Wetmore, 1935, Auk, vol. 52, p. 329), 2. Cha"naj()f''1uuta (Oken). AnG-"-'iT'SA:Lujan (Ameghino, 18lH, R",.at_ genlinalli
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Order ACCIPITRIFORMES (Vieillot) AMpft,aLin..........17S8,mt..cd.10,Yd.. I, PI'81. lIS, 86 (orda,IIIlIt<>fUithoIosie8CmcDtai....type.\cdpOlft'BooaparIe, 1831, &uiodi _diolribuDonemel<>dicJ,dr&IiAnim;lIip.Shorpe, 1891. R ....iew..neentallcmpts to claA.ifyhirds,P. 71. F,,1colbads,PI'vii, n.Ill, 23(ordtsaDdrubordosl.--e...Iwn/difonnu!>1larpe,1891.Reviewofn!leeDtaltclnptstoclasrifybirds,p. 78 ("'*')._C.w.n..c.dow,1893,Iln>mon-.0rdrL.VOcd,pt.2,pp.n,156,1.58,1902.hoe.-.LsOO:'.......,.".,pp.318, 319 (subonb) .......c./oomlf<>nr-Gaillard, 1908 0-13). Ana.Ulliv.LJ'llD,...... V"It,,_ s...ann.192-4,M......,.apb Family VVLTUllJIlU (lUiger) V"lf"rinl1IIiger, 1811, P1odromusI)'>t.matismamm.oliumelavium.6deGadow (famlli.; type V"lt". Un""eus).-V .. /f.,rio:l.,.,.Vigors.18H.Zool. Jour.,vol 1. [I.3111Ikmap.rlc.1838,GooiP'.""",p.li"MamUla).Cath ..nl......Lafrcona)'e, 1639, H"".:wol., p.194 (typeCm""nctlUiger).-ealha,.lldo
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Genust Llthorn/s Owen Litho"""Owen,IMI,Trans. iool.Soc. London,sc,". 2, vol.6,p.200(typeLith"'nistlultu'inwOwen) 1, Uthorn/.rOwen, 1841, T'ans,goo!.Soc.London, "",.Z. vol e, p.2.06,pL21,figs,S.tl(typef",,,,She!'P"r.,Iernum,cora<,<>id,fc",ut,tibiw.rsus, RoralCotkge of Surgoons) UPPER PALEOCENE (Londonclay), ENGUKn: Kent: SheppeyIsle GenustEocathartesLambrecht J!.'(JCathnl1:e>Lambtecht, 1005,KovaMaLeopoldina, ,..,ue Folge, "01, 3, nO.14,p. 362(typeLr'OOIIOt)'llrJ!.'ocalhal1:uO>IMASY: SaxonyGruhc Cecilic ncar Haile/SaaIc.Genus'Diurropom;s Obcrholser Tapi""""":-.m"".Edward" 1392,C.R. 2e.Coogres iotem"!. omilh. Budapest, p.79 (trpebymonotl'I'YTapi"""""cl!i(}/;Milne.Edward,),hyl'api"wm,Saus>ureDWrop",,,ifObcrhoISUfelliotiMilne-Edward') 3. Dialropornis elUoti (:\lilncEdwards)Tapinoptl.!l elliot;Milne-Edward" 1892, C. R. 2e.ornilh. Buda pert,p.7D(typefwmpho,phaledcChanr,t.'l,"Ometala",,",Pari, M"s.) UPPIlI\Eoa::.'1E OR LUWEIIOLIGOCENE (phosphoritesduQuercy) FnAJ;;CE:Boussac nearCaylux. Genus tPle8iocathartM Gaillard PleJfocat""rle.rCaillard,HIllS (June 13), Ano. Uni". Lyon, n.'" voLI, fase. 23, p.41 (type Ly rnonotypy Ple.w.eatharli!S"'''''P''''''''Caillarcl)

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4.P/ulocalhorfuetlroplletUGaillard PkNrIJuutaCallbrd,lllOS OUDe 13). A-.U ......L)U'........>"01. I. part of 100ft_wsm.UnIY.L)'1llI).UrpuE:11.(phosphorites du Quercy). FRANa::Quen:y Genus,Te.-aetJsAymardTertJCmAyman!,1858,Coni",<,I.F".n"", vol. U."". 1, p.234(typeTerdCWlil/Mdll>Ay",am), l'""iU"n"net>l1a;n 5. Teraeu$UttoralifAymaTdTlffllCWlill......I4Arma ... !.I6S6.Congr.......F""""".>'01.2Z,no.l,p.W(ljIpellfroon11.-.,fem"c:onoc:'potriturw-.o). 6. PhflSlllQgljp$patrifusWetmorePIwum'IgI/'" Pdt,;/",Wdmore.1927 Ouly IS). J'n",.Colondoloh ... nat.lIis\.,",,1, 7, no.2,1'_3, HI'. 1 from Cr..ek,dl""lportofUblot.... ".,Coh: ......Jo.\f".,K,t.lIi,1.no.8114)LoWI.:II0L!(l()(."T.""(Chadron formation). CotOII...IJ<.>:\Veld Couuty Creek, in sedions26-27. Township10N. flange57W GenusIPa/aecgyps Wetmore P.uogy,.W_e,1927 Ouly 15),!'roeMus.lIIOlHioI..,'01.. 7 .....2,p..'>(Iype"""""""'>1'>'prod"""".w-.:) 7. Pa14eog!fPS protlrom... Wetmore WdlQOO'C,19Z7 Ouly IS),"-'.CoIondoM .... nat.Hitt..\'Ol7,_2,p.5,&I.;_14(IH",fromH..-:illCrffl-,dist.'r-toirighttibif;>. I ........Cello.M"".Nat.llist.no.1103).LOWE/!Ol.l(;()c.-',(Chadron fonnation). CoLOMIIO: Weld Horsetail Creek, in se<:tiolls 26-27,Township 10 N, Hallge 51 W

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Genus Dumerils..ro:-nphwDu. 8. Sarcoramphusknneme (1.. MilJcr)Vtolrwtkr-.n.L J.!illnc, 1931 (Mon:h 18), Cordor, "3l.M, p.70. Ii&.III (1)1'"If.. u POlOCnook.dilnlthirdalll.............formerlyCalif. Inst.T<'lCh.-.6t,nowl"I.ooA"FIcsCoualyW.... ). "hlllll..l':(Kern Ifu'erst:ries).CALU"Ol'l.'-'lA:KernCounty:renoCreek, 9 miles northeastof Baken-fiekl. Cenm.Vultl/rLinnaeus V.. lrvr L1nnaeu 175/1.naturae,ed. 10."01. 1,11.116(1)1>0byd=:gna. lionof AJIt. .... 1907.Vultu,grvphwUnnaeus, 9. Vllltu,parr"",(LOnllberg)Sa,coo-/lompl""/I"IrtlwLOOnbe'll.IOO2,Buli. lloo1.1ftltn. 2,4 (1l'J'C"fro'"T.,ljaValJ..y, t ....romelal.n.... femur, Up to Univ.). Puocna:. BoLIVIA:Dept.Tarija: Tarij:.V.llElYGenustPliogyps TordofF I'/lofly/.TordofI".(S.M" .. I'u-.....38'119)UJ'I'Y.Il.MOS'TI'LIOICF.KE(Reuoadfonnalion).KANUS:Meade Coun ty:llexJ'Olldranch.GenusGymnogYIJILnsonmonoIypyVoJluruJif__"-' II. Gymrwgyps amplul L.Miller I ,.. n,,1wL Min."" 1911 (0<-1 .. 28), Unlv. c.ljf. PubL,Bull Dq,t.Gc:oL ...L6,nn.5. p. 390, llg.2(lnx:r"""Sau ...."IC., ....di>ulpartofrighttanJ<>.m(:l...ru'ius,lini,.Calif. Mus. l'aleo. no.\l83ol)...(Shaw)

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MlllIlU:(ReddickFLOI\IIlA::-'lariOllCounty:Reddick(Hrodkorb, 1957, Jour. PalOOIlt.,vol. 31,p. ISf).UPPDI(caved<:posils).CAUI'OIU'IA:Sha51ll County: SamwelCa\'eandPotter CreekCave:=::StoneManCave(Miller, 1911). NIl"AnA: White Pine Count):Smith CreekCa\'e(Howard,1952, Rull.S.Calif. Acad. Sci., voL 51,pl. 2,pp.52,54).AIuroN... : Mohave County: RampartColle (L. Miller, 1960,Condor,vol.62, P.70). NEwMI'XI(X):OteroCounty:Rocky Arroyo (Wetmore,1001, Condor, 110133,p.76);GrantCounty: HoweliJ RidgeCalle {Howard,1962,Condor, \'01. 64, p. 241.Bc:efromRa""hnLa B ...,..Ulliv.Calif.MUJ.I'deo.oo.I25O!l).CmlNrWIIrIuuleramL.MlUor, 1911 (Oct-2.8),Uni,'. Calif. Publ. Bull Dept.Ceol..,vl6,..... 16,p.S88,&,:. I (typefromP1lttCeel
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vol. 5, p. S(6).SantaBarbaraCountr: Carpinteria(L. 1931, Univ. Calif. PubL, Bull.Dept.Ceo!.Sci., vol.20,p. 364). Kern Coun ty: (L. Miller, 1935, CondoI', vol. 37,p.76) UPl'EllPLEIITOCEl'lE(cave Shasta Countr Potter CreekCav" andSamwelCave(L. l\[i!Ier, 1911, Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Ceol., vol. 6,p.388). NI:."VADA: WhitePineCountySmith Creek Cave, 34 miles northof Baker(Howard,1935, Condor,vol. 37, p. 206).NI<:d;typeL. lI.lill..-)._L.\1i11..-,19'15, Carnegje Instn. Wa.hinglonl'"bl..no. 349, pp. 1i7,94 Genus L. Miller

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J'lULLETL'"n.ORID.-\STATE MUSEUM14.Tern/om..incredibili6HO'Wan! 51. pt.2,p.51. pI.10 (tJ'1ll'from Smith eunelform,Cdif.I""Toch. no. now in LooAng,*"County Mill.)MIDDLEPI.J:IS'TOCI:]!o,'E(upperpart ofPalmSpring fonnation). C ... L IFOflo'...... : Sao DiegoCounty: Vallecito Crt.'ek(Howard,1963,Los An. geles Co. Mus.,Coutr. Sci.,00. 73, p.16.pI.2). UPPD.PLuS'TOa:.'."E(ca\'edeposit).NI:VADA: White PineCount)':Smith CreekSnake ltange, 34milesnorth of Haker 15. TerotomuIlle,riami L. MillerT_orru,.....'""'ni L. Milk., 1900 (Se(it 10), Uni".CaJj{. Publ., BuU.!)(opt.CChoLaskull, Un;". Calif. Pal"". no. 12101) P!e/.tIO/1UPf....s L. Miller, 11110 (Nw,28), Un;",Calif.Pub! .. Bull, Dept. c..'Ol.,"01.6,,,,,.1.p. 16, fig.s..-],(Iype from Ra...,"oLaB'U,I .. """",,'alanus,Unl".Cll.Iif.....P.J..'O.no.12.599)UPPU\PU'.ISJ'OCENo:(tarpib).c...LIJ'QIl.'.... : LosAngelesCounty: R:ux:ho LaUrea (L. 1909). Kern County: (L :\liUer,1922, Condor,""I. 44,p. 123). Sanla&arM",County:Carpinteria(L.Miller, 1927, Science, 0.1., \'01. 66, p.I56)UpPDl (Pltmliooformation). Fl.ORIIM: Pinellas COlin I}': St-millolcFi
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Neospecies ofVulturida" from Pleistocene and prehistoric sites LVu/tur gryph",Canada de Rocha, Lujan (Sarcorh. amph'"foroll/8Morano and Ma"",..... t, May11191, An. Mus. La Plata, Pal. ",g., vol.I,Pl'. 'XI,69, pI. 18, fig. 9, lype ftag:nl<;utatyleftulna, La PlataMus."""194:we1 J(15; sea Amaghinn, 1891, IIcv. argoHi,t.nal.,vol. 1,1'.444) 2. Surror",,,ph...1"'P"(LinnaclIs). Lapa daES<1'ivania? and Larad<:J Bahu(0. Winge, 1887, E MU>aoLundii,vol. 1, 00.2,1'.(2),3.Cor""gps"t",t,..(lk-eh.ltdIl).N"",'ME.IICO:Rocky Arroyo and'HawilruhPueblo (Wetmore, 1932, Condor, ,..,1.34, p.141); Albuquerque (Brodko.b0011.) Fl.oJW)A'SaIJ';.-.o1u FielJ amI Salx..-tuothCave(Wclmo.e,1931,Smithsouianmisc Coll"vol85,no.2,]J, 24); lIook Spring (Woolfcndco, H159,WilwnBull., vol71,p. ISS,;llehtllCkncc lliv('r (McCoy, 1003, Auk, vo!' SO,p. 543): 'VeraBeadl no.3(WeiRel,I003,noriru.geoI.Smv,SI'"".PllhL,nc:>.lO,p.27):Cond' he\1_ pit (l.IYodkorbcoll,).BRrrlSHllo"DufJA!j:'llartonl{arnie,ite(lIrodlrorbooll.)BRAZIL:Lara da E.",rjv,lnia, LapadaLagoa do Sumidouro. and LapadoTiu?(0.Winae. 1887, E Museu Lundii, vol. I, no. 2, p, 31)4.Callum". a"ra(LinMeus).OREoo",'}'iv"Mile Rapid.(L. 11:157Cundur, voL ,;9. p. 59).RanchoLa B'ea(L. Millet, 1909, Unh' Calif. PobL, B"lI. Dept.c.,ol,vol. p. !l(6);Hawv",Cave.PotterCreekCaveandSamwelCave (1" Miller, 1911,up.cit" vol. 0,p. 387);SaoPedro (L. ).-liller, 1914, op,cit" vol. S,p.37); Carpinteria (L. 1931,l'niv. Calif.Puhl,B"II Dept.gwlSci., vol. 20, p. 304);McKillriek(L .\-lilJcr, 1935,Cond"',>01.37, I' 76);'Emeryville (Howard, 1929, Llniv. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol.32, p. 312). NE VADA:Smith C,,,.,kCa"e (Howard, 8"ll S.Calif. Aead. ScI., "01. 51, pt. 2, p. 54),ARlZO"A:Romp.rtCave (L. Mille', 1960, Condor, vol.62,p.7llj; Awa_ t<>hiPueblo (Hargrave, 1939. CoDdor, vol. 41,p.207). NE:WMUIGo: Rocky Am>yo(Wetmow,1932,... vol. 51, p, 141); Conkling arul.ShelterCa"e (Howan:!andA. H.193-1, Condor, vol, 35. p.15). TEXAS; 'JlcJl Cave (Wetmore, 1935, Condo., voL37, p.176), IOwA:Creek (Hamon, 1901, Plai"" Anthropologi,t, vol.e,p.210). FL01UDA:SclnJuoloFicld,.\lolbout""."dSa[,.,rt(K,tbCu,e (Welmo.e, 1931, Smithsonian mi"C. Coil.. vol.&\ no. 2 pp.23. 24);VefOBeach no.2 (Shufcldt, 1917, F1orklagcoJ. Surv., 9l:hAun. Rcpt., p, 36); (llrorlkorb, 1957, Jour. Pal",mt., vul. 31, p. J34);Good. ,hellpit(Neill, Gut, a,>JBrodko'h,11156,A.m<;r.vol. 2J,p. 388); 'C"''-"U Mom>J (Hamun, 1959, Auk, vuL76, p .. '>as);'C""tle Windy and Sl";ght, 1959, Bryant Found, AUl<'r,SlUee Ameghino, lI'191, Rev, argoHIlt. oat., vol. 1, p. 444) 5. Gvmnog!lP' califOJ'rtiamn (Shaw), 0Rr00,,:lI,ookinil' (A.H. MHler,1943. l\lurrolct,1943,vol.23, p. 77); Rapids (L. l\lilleT, 1957, Condor, vol. 59. p, 59). C"uo""""'Emcryville (!Ioward, 1929, URiv. Calif. Pub!.Zoo!" vol. 32, p.312). NEVADA;GypstunCa"e (L. Miller. 1931, Condor, voL 33, p 32).NEWM.x,co:CanklingCavern and ShellarCave(Howard andA. H. Miller. 1933, CondOt,\'01.35,1', 15). Tl\XAO;M"le E .... Peak, Cav"(We!monoand1933. <':ond"" vol. 35, p.37)

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Family !NrClClTJUIrImAEWetmore1944 {May3O,p.Il9(typoou!Iloortnwceu-el._Eoo.IloortoO
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Suborder ACCIPITRESVieillot AccJpi!'", Vieillol:, 1818, Analyse d'ord.."typeFa!coL;nnacu.)PandionSavigny)CWPt'i!ua,,1duCooes, 188-i,Key 10North Americ.nbird<,W. 2, p.491(.uperfamily or ",border;typeCypHermann17S3),---Gwogeranl Knen'ikon, lOO\l, Bird,oftheworld, Pl'. 48, SerpenlmiiSeebohm, 1890, Cla"ilK-.tiUll of binI", pp.vii,15 (.uborder;typeSerpentari... Cuv;cr 1791, a junior synorrym of Sagittarius Hcnnann 1783) FamilySAGIITARIIDAE (Finschand Hartlauh) CYI><>I(CTani
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Family PA.'i'DtoI.;W.U (Selater and SalviD) ,tUttliDroi_Scbt....../Jgbf.",ily,typeI'-Jio,aCwucy,188(, A&t,.thedlunJ''''Sanu.:Be..Ri,....(Halif;u:lot ...) c.. ... -."'.....,_VutaUlce19-1Z,c....b-.vol, p. 228). F,..,... ..........(\V_>11131.SmitI<>nla.llMiIoC.CoIl_vol&:i.DO.2,P. 31); Rod:Spi"3"1959.Ww.x.Bull..vol ii,P IllS);Lah::M.-oe(Brocl.lorb 00II.).Cordo:MIIiIb .,...., "'"Cm<*edb ... od(Wt,1933).

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FamilyAcoPrnuDAK(Vieillol)/la;ipitrinll.WS.... 1811, Prudroon'..lyJtcmatism;unma[iwnetaviwn.Ilw(f...utle;typeSt:an-).-cn*"....Iii'll.s..u;oeli""'"distsibu_m.todk.det:1i.......... 11 venclnti, p. 38(lUbfamily).flCny.l8U,AppeocI.P: to. !itt01the&CflU1lolbirds,6dcCny,18IIO(f.M1Iy).S",""";:""Vigon.1!B4{Octobeol,ZooI.Jour typeBut""1.a<.--cpMe)._SlIrfOf'lnoe Swainoon.1837.I\""t.hlst.classif.hirdJ. vnl.2,p. ZIO(.uhfamily)._llulllm>ldaeMayna,d,18IlO (Ap,llll). lIird<"",tcm N.Am ..... p. 308 (family) Mi/lllnoVigralivelistofthebirdsofEuoQPeandNorthp.4(oubfamiliaj.Maynan:l, IIlliO U.... 261.B;,ds-woo N. ""'-.,P.231(family)Aqtoill-V",.on,18z.t(Odobcr).Zool.vel 1. p.3111rstirptsubfamIly:type.l\qtrilllBriIo N. P.318(t.unily).Ctfl'NlOdi...... Swllinson, 1837,K.t.hi...dUlif,binh,,'Ol2., p, W8(subfamily;typeCvmtnd/tCuvl... MS., o.lfoonl 1816. a,.,.,\or'ynoIIynl"fLeptodonSund&vanI&3/!;prc
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El.nWwMBi)'th.1st9,001.birdJM...Amtic!ideCnoy(subfau>ily;typeEz.-s.\ipy).1852,Sntcmaaviwnnarur..Je.1ideCray(A1blarnily;lyprf'ercttOf1i._Ca\;'" 1811,. .... 011809)Bomnrister, 1856, S)'Stcmatiold",Vieillot)Rm1rh"",ill'111, Ibll,p. (.uLfamily;tl'lll>R(>ll"'am....LcSSOll)C......:ht-dalldoeA""'Ilhi....1899 (July), SinopLartpMcIrw).MarJ'lldKSwaidooI2, urn, NIU.hbt.ebMif. birds,vnL 2. p. 210 (subfarnily) o'\qoIlli"" Vi&on, 1824(0cI0bet).ZooLvol. I. p. 1Ubt"au>ily;IypeAquilalImson).-Aq .. W-SwlUneoD.1831. Nat.hbt,clMsif.birth,vol. 2. p.207(lubfllJnily).ThrUD2rl_nlyth,J849, (".....<>fthebirds int ....M ........ '" /WalleSociety.H<.lcCray(.ubfamily;typeThrrJl4l!lOl1317, a /unlne.ynonyUltiIlllrp/(, V\eillot 1816) llolllUll/ ......Blyth,I1W9,Cal. blrdl Mu<.A,iatic.so.-.,.,Ode Cray (",bfllJ1lily;typeHQUtuI'1'"Savigny)BUrn>eUter, H156, S)'U""",-tDch"U.,oo,-,lcLtde:IooSoc.nat.1Ii_ voL16, p. 72rvoUJItI)'t'e-Ardoibta ... Ridp"-y. 1878,BullU. S. geolgeogr. Surv.Terr ._.2. IlO.2. p. 147 ("'p-ouJItrypeAI"""""0..-),-." p. 9(typeCI'G:rirqOMePochr,ll104.7.oolAnL,voI.27,p..'IOO(wbfarnll,.-:I)"eC_ Could 1899,.janlorsr-ymot"But ....l'lWlGenusMilne-Edwardsf',!ootodn:wMilrM:-Edwan:Is, 1871. Oi>.r-.F=oee.vol.Z,ahcd.'l7,p.454(l}"ehynlOnOtypyf'doJtod..,...ctlckrlMilne-Edwards)

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1. Palaeocircm cuvieri Milne-Edwards Pakl"""lrcuIcuvlriMilneEd".. a.d., 11171, Oil. fOIl.F.ance, vol.2, .heeI 5;, p454,pI.ISS, fig.16 (typefTOrngyp..,deMontmartre,IDdaearpwand" p .... langes <>fmiddJetue,PoriaMm.)UI'I'E11(gypsedef>lontmartre).FRANCX:Dept. Seine:Montmartre (Milne-Edwards, 1871) UPPEIIEOCE..'"E (Hordwell beds).ENGLAND: Hampshire: Hordwell? (Lydekker, 1891, Cat. foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p. 22) UPPER EQCl;NEORLowEROuc.ocum (phosphatedeCaylux), FIlA1'lCE: Dept. Caylux (Lydekker, 1891),Genusf Aquilat:usLambrechtAq"ilae ....Lambrecht, 1933,IhndbucllPal,eorn., p.407 (typeAq"iwdcrwedorMilne-Edwa,w,de.ignatfflby Jlmdlro.b, CoOOor,vol.54, p.175)2. AquilavlU hypagaew(Milne-Edwards)AII"i!;nEOCENl':Oil LoWER (phosphate de Caylux)FRAl\"CE:Dept. Tam-ctGaronnc, Caylux (Milne-Edwards, 1892)UPPER EOCE.'lEOil LoWER OLIGOCENE(phosphorites du Quercy)F:!IA"T:Dept. Lot, Escamps (Paris, 1912, Rev. frano;ai'" Om.,vol.4, p.2SR) 3. AquilalJtls corroyi (Gaillard) AII"iwc"""lfiGaillard, 1938,Mch.Mu'. Hi't.nat,LyUIl,"u1 15,p. 3,Ag, \ (tn>e fruID phr>sphoriles dn Qnercy, rightla.""melatarSIIS,Univ. Mar"'i!!e)UPPEllEOCE.'lE OF LOWEIIOLICOCENE(ph05phorites duQuercy) FIlANCE:plateau duQucrcy4. AquilatJUIIdepredot01' (Milne-Edward,) AquiladepreMwrMiln..-E4,fig,.p]. 188, figs. 7-12 (led.oly!'" from SainI Ge'and_Jc.Puy,larsomd"t.... u., c'hLOSeJl by Lydekke,. 1891, Gal. fOIlS.bird'lI,il,:\l"'..p.ll5)LoWEllMIOCENE (Aquitanian), FRAl\"CIi'Dept. Allier: Saint-Ger_ and-Ie-Puyand Langy 5.Aquilavus priscll.l (Milne-Edwards) A'IUllaprUC{1Milne-Edw'TIh,181lS(re"dIn''''29), G.R. Acad.Sci, Pari., v,,] 56,p.1222(DUm"n nudum)._Milne_Edw"d>,1863. ,o,on. Sci. nat. (Paris),

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p,157(nonlennuclum),_Milne.Edward',1871,0is.foss.Ft"""',Yu1.2"h_ 58, p.460,1'1. I&!. 6gs., 1, 11(lectotypc from Langyquarti"".tar:wmetalars"..ParisMu du:"""byLytkkker.1891. Cat. fOOl"bitd. Brit. M""., 1'.25) LoWEHMIOCKNI> (Aquitanian). F""",CE: Dept. Allier: Laugy(MilneEdwards,1871), Saint-Gcrandle.Puy (Paris,1912. Rt.'V. fran <;aiseOru., "01.4,p.288)6. AquikwusIJilinicu.s (Laube) biUllicmLaube, 1909, Lotoo, yol. .51, 1',159.1'1.1 (type from Pre,cl",",of radius,ulna. carporoetacutpu., Teplilz \1",,).P,tiiliolllInoe....LowEllMIOCENE (ToneVOilPresehcn). C7.Et.'HOOLOVAXlA: northern Bohemia: Bfcltany = Prcschen, in Teplica= Tcplit;r; basin Genus fClimacarlhrusAmeghino C/j",ocmthro.Ameghino. 1899 (July), Sinopsi< g<'016gieo-paloonlo16>eic>l.Supk. mento,p. I)(type hy monot)'PYClimGMrthrul;ncampkfUlAmeghillu) 7. Climacarllm,13 incortll'lctU$ Amcghino Climacafll ...... incomvlelmAm.,ll1rillo. 1899 (July), Sinup'i'geul6l(il.....plll"ollto16gica,Suplcmento,p.8(tn>efrorn "formacionguaronitica" Palagonia,tam>metatana.)Lowu\OLIC.ocJo:NJ.:(Oeseado formation). ARGIc'N'll"'''' PatagoniaGenus tCruscheduJa Ameghino Cn=hedulaAlueghiuo. 1899 (July), Sluopsl, geo16gi<:o-paloont,,16!Ci<'a.Saviomento, )1, 9(typebymonolYllYcru$,:hdula,,,,,,,/aAmeghino) 8. Cru.ichedula revolaAmeghinoCrwchedula"""010Auwgruuo. 1899 (July), Sinopsi, lOeo16giro-paleonlolOgiea.Slll'lemenlo,p,9(Iype from "Guar:milioodePatagonia,H.. to be di'lal patt "f Ia",,,mdalarsus, bul awarcnl1ypro'imal end"f right ,,",-pula, Ameghino ooIl).-Ameghino, An.Mus. nacoBueDOl
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CeI,USButeoLacepc:de""'''''l.IooEpCde. 1799, T.bka...__de.l>bmonil"ereoctdes0iseaIa,p.4{t)-pef'iIkobvl_u..-u.).. 9. BuleograngenWetmore and8,.U.,-"W<:tworeand c .....193'1 O""1Jaf}' IS),Clntr. Mus.Paleo.Ullli.vM!<:hlpa,,'01..Ioot1ew A.II. MilleTand100Uan. 15).Coodor,44.no. I,p, 39.q.12.(typcf"""I\oyElumRonch. distalpartolrijhtlarsomdalatstd,UnlY.CaIif.l>I....MlllOLE0uaxE."l:(O,eodonheW.lowerpart of Bn.oleformation).Cou:JR..I.uo:WeldCount); Chalk Bluffs, Roy Elum RanchonOw{Creel 6 mil<':$east ofCaIT.II. BuleolI4tecllt;tOrWetmore81l1et1."'_193$(O<:tobttl.BulLMID.compoZooI.,H.I.is,DO. 7, 1'.298.61'1. 1-5 (tyP<>fromMAl"TllI'rington,WIw-netl1ar.I....M ... cornp.7..001.DO.2233)UI'I'OIOUOOCI'-'i (Brulefonnation).\VVOMINC: GoshenCounty: in5 '" of NW'4,section32,Township24N, lIange 61W,4 miles from Torrington12. Buteoale$(Wetmore)aluIIlUl(Apr. 10), Ann.l>l.....vul. 16 ....:J..4,p.
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UPI'D.(lowerlevelofSnakeClft'kbeds). Sioux County: 2S miles south of Agate. I14. Buteo (Wetmore) CerOl 48, art.11, p. 492,6-10{typefromShoclaJ.Draw. lelt lanon>etabrs..... Ae jour.S<.i.,sc 3 ......l.l,p.1215(typefrum Loup dio<1yMus, no.2(0)LoWUI.(upper level of SnakeCreekbeds)NEBRASXAHawanJCounty: Loup ForK. 16. BUkOccmterminw(Wetmore)e:.-.N__._Wetmoft. 1923(Uec.3),Bull. Amer.M-.nat.lIi1t. .....48,an.I2.,p....97,&p.1l_13(l)lI"fromoec.31.diltalholfofld'c_metal"", ... A",,,,,..M ....Sat.Wst....,.111508).LoWUIPuOCt:.'lI:(upperlevel of SnakeCreekbeds).NElll\ASU County: locality 1000'\, inNE Y.,sorlion 31,Tvwnship26 N. flange5.5 W, 20 miles 5 of Agate Genus tPa!aro.fturWetmore........... ]7. Pal.aauturatavwWclmore......6,p..230,fia:.63(typefrom S,.....,."yl", 'lUatry.disWpartofrightt<>n.tlll>CtltanUl, Harold J C""kcotl. no. 693.uowinA"'e... M..,..N.t.lUst.)LOWEll (lower Harrison Amaroe formation). NJ,;-'Atibiol......._byWetmon:o (1928.Condor.>'01.00,1" .58-61)f",..,!heQIWIY;"the............MiO<'nlClbm.onbedo)ofSprinas..bidthcJPl'da>ea is typeandbeauteofthe....n-praenbper ....paB

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aRAS)00)MIDDLEMIOO:!.;'E (low"r level of SIt""p Cre"k beds) Sioux County:20miles south of Agate, 20. RypOl/wrp/mHoS soda/is (Shufeldt) Aquit..wd
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Eut"l"",et ... edwlJrdl/Sh:upe,11l1l9, Hand_li,tnl gen,,,.a and'f\<:C;c,< of bitds,vol 1,p, 26.2 (new name forAquiLl ml""ta Mihle.Edwards, preoccupiedby Brehm, HOI)UPPERM,,;JCF':Nf.:(Hclvdillll).Fn"':-Q;, Dept. Ccrs, SallSan Genus Haliaeetus Savigny lIali,I"".Franc.::, ,o\.2, sh_58, p. 464,UPPERM'oa:NE(Helvclian).FRANC>:: Dept. Ccrs: Sansan. GenusAquila BrissonAquilaBri.,on,I160.0rnithologia,vol.l.pp. 28, 419 (type Ly tautooomyAqul/ir Bli...,nFa!coeh'1lMi't<:>t Linru:u)U<) 23. Aquila delphinensis GaillardAlluila de1rh;'um.,i.>Gam.",.l!1.'l8.A",h. M,,,,. Hi,t. nat. Lyon, vo\. 15, p. 35,hit'. 16 (typofromGrive.Saint.Allnn, upper partof lefllar>::Nv. (Tortonian), FRANO:: Dept. fsere: Lacrive-SaintAlhan.24.Aquila pennataides GaillardAquila",,"'1Olt>ide
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MiDDLEPu:rsroc::n."E(Fos:silLa"eformalioo)OIlEC(t,..:LakeCol.lnt)':Fossil.LakE26.Spf:6itUlgrinneUi(L.r.lUler)CtnuooartvrgritutdllI...Mlllco", 1911 (0ri..9),Univ.CoIif.l'tIbI Bull.."'.UIIi,. CaliF. M"".hleo.no.1211$).UPPl;B(tar pits). CALlrott.... .. : LosAngclClCounty:LaBrea (L. Miller, 1911). Santa Barham. County: Carpinteria (L. Miller.11)028,Condor,\'01. 30,p. 2.55).Listed in l'lTOr from )'1c KittrIck (Wetmore,1956, Smithsonian misc. PubL,vnl.131,no.5, p.48)(ca\'cdeposit).MJ!J(lCO: Nuevo Leon: Sail Josecito Ca\'c nearAtamn.:rri('-M:Miller, 1943, Uniy. Calif. Pub\. Zool., \'01. 47,p.153). 1:1.SpizoetlHwillettiHowardSpl:c:kea\'C,diot>lpart ....1T91._iDu.AnpIosM"".).UPPEI!Pu:isroa:NE(ca\'edeposit).NEVADA: While Pine Coulll)': Smith CreekQI''e,34 miles north of Baker (iloward, 1935).Mt;nOO: GrantCounty: Ilov,ells IUdge Ca\'C in LitlleHatchetMoun tains (Howard. 1962, Condor, vol. 64, p. 242) Genus Bllfeogul/l18Lessonn"tcogoU",Le>son,1S30(M.y6).Troll;; d'ornilhnlni\fc,)ivt. 2, 1'-83 (lype bynl"'M>lypytJ"teQ8aU",cul"tlrt,,;dc,,",,,,,,,, = Falco oeq"inoctlllli.. Gmelinj 28.Butl:ogollll&frllgUitJ(TMMlUer)c..-__ t... I.. Miller, 1911 {Oct. 9), Ulllv. Calif. Publ., Bud.J)"pt.GOl"t, ,01.6, no. 12, p.31.5,Ill'. :s.,b(typefromRanchoLa8""" .., Unlv.e,M.no.121.57).UPI'DIPInsroct:sE (tar pitll). C ....If'OI\....1J\.:LosAngele,;County:l\ancoo I.a Brea (L. 1911). Santa &dXlflI County: Carpin teria (L. Milia,19']8,Condor,rot 30,p. 255), Kern County: Me-Kitlrick (L. ;'.liller,1931).C ..O'lldor, \"01. 37, p. 77).UI'PfllPu:r!
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29.Huteogollus millen(Howard)UtubiHngomlller!Howard,1932(Odober).C.rnegieI""tn. W ...hington Pub!., nn 42B. p. 25, 1'1.2, fig 3.&1; 1'1. 3,fig. 2 (type from lIawver Cave, coracoid. Univ. C:ilif. Mus. Paleo. no. 11050) UPPElI(cave deposil).CAUYOOK'A: Eldorado County Hawver Cave Genus fCalohierax \VetmoreCalohi""oxWetmore, 1937, (October), Bull. :\Iu c"Omp. Zoo!., vol.110, no. 12. p. 428 (type byoriginal de.igootionCalohieraxquad,atwWelmore)30. Calohierax ([uadratus Wetmore Calohierax q""d,QtwWetmore.Hl37(Odober), Bull. ).fu,.compo Zool., vol. 80,"".12,p. 429,6l(S.1-3 (lype from Gre.tE,uma,dhtalpart of right tarrornctataro".,:\1"". C,mlp. Zool. DO.2256; ca,t Brodkom coil.) UI'I?:lIPU:JSTOCF.."lE (cave deposits).BAHAMAS: Great Exuma Island (Wetmore, 1937). NewProvidence Island: Banana Hole (Brod korb, 1959, Dull. Florida State :\lu5., vol. 4,p.351,pI.1,fig,1) GenustTitanohierax \Vetmnre l'ita"ohJeroxWetmore,1937(Octolxl).Bull.Moo.C"01. 80, 00.12, p. 430(tn'"hy<>,4_9 andpI. (type fromG'ea' right tarsometa'a"U!,Mus.Comp.Zool.,no. 2257) UWERPLErSTOCENE(ca\'edeposit). BAIIAMAS:Creat Exuma Island GenusMorphnll$ Dumont Jforpl",,,,, Dumont, 1816.Dictionnarr.,des&;0"""'oot",01l"", voLI, SUPI'I., Pas(typeFalcogul,onN'A:LosAngeles CountyHanchoLaBrea

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Genus tWetmuregypsL.Miller W<'Imoregw'L.!>lilla, 1928 Ouly 16), Condor,vol..'>0,no. 4,p. 255(typo by original de>ignalion .IIO'1,}mu, dagg<'ltl L. .. ) 33.Wetmoregyps daggetti (L. Miller) lforphnu.dcggcW L. .. 1915 (Oct,10),Condor,vol.17, no .5, p, 179, 6g6.3 (tYl",frolll RaochoLaTlrea,tg"'omctatllrsn"LosAngole, County Mn,. no A_381) UPPER PU-:ISIOC.::N1< (tarpits). CALIFORI',IA:LosA'1gelcs CountyRanchoLaBrea(L. Miller, 1915).SantaBarbara County' Carpinteria(L, 1928, Condor,vol.30,p. 255)UppJ,2lPumm:X;ENE (cave deposit). ;"iEX'co; Nuevo Leon: San]osecito Cavern (L.. MilIer, 1943), Uni\'.Calif.Publ.Zool.,"01.47, p.l53)Genus fLagoplenMSJoreno and MerceratLag'-'PtfrrWMo volI,pp. 25. 00 (typobymunutypyLcgapteru.mioutWlandMercerat)AMhenopt ........Ameghino, 1891 (necembcr),Rev.argentinaHit<'TilCuenec, 1852)34.Lagaptel'Ullay), An. MlJlI. LaPlaia,Pal. arg.,v(]1.1,pp.26,OO,pl. 18.fig.6 (typo .aid tobe fromMOllIeHerIIJo,o.but accordingtoAmeghino,ISn, Rev. "rg(]nlinaHio.l. nat,. vol.I, p, 444. fromCailadadeRocha, Lujan; lefthun",,,,,,,La Plata M,,,,, no. 1M) UPPER PI..&Isnx:E:NE (Pampas formation).ARCFJ>,'TI:'<"A: Provo BuenosAires: Lujan Accordingto Ameghinoitprohahly r",presents a living'peciCS

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Genus Uroaetus Kaup U,ot1ii1U$ K.up, 1811, CL ....Siillgethicu11MVogel, p. lZ1 (type by origillol designationAq"a../1UXW1Temrulnck Vult",audarLalli.",)TaphiJdu. DeVi 1891,Pr,,,,.Linn.Soc, N. S.W.l... voL6,p. 1M(typeby,,,"'>otypy Uroaet...l=hkl/.,llurst)' 36. Uroaiitwr brachialis Hurst UroaiiNH b'''''hliJli>Hurst, 1891, Proc. Roy. Soc. Qlloen>l.nd,vol 6,p. Hli(In'"fromncarWuYoick,hurucrll$) UPPER (Darling Downs beds, Nototherianstage) Al1STRALIA: Queensland: Warwick 37. Uroaiftus wcertosm (DeVis) Tap}wetu.IacMO>U-IDeVis, 1906, Ann. Queen'land;\In'., nu. 6,p. 4, pI.1, fig. 1_2 (ty!'"from Kal:mmriua,di>lal"",I"frighthumern'.ndrightquadraldUPPERl'LElSFOCEI';E (Kalipiri sands,I>'a!kuni faulla) AUS"lltALIA South Australia: Kalamurina on Lake Eyre Necmslu,OCV;.. 1892, Proc. Linn. Soc.N. S. Wale....,r, 2, vol. 6,p. 437 (Iyp"SublamilYllncertain 38. Necramur aweerDeVi: HaaS!, 1872, Trans. Proc.N.Zealandlnst., vol4, p. 192 (type hymonol)l'yHarpagomismooreJHaast) 39. Harpagomis moorei Haast

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llaaot. 1813, T .....Proe.N.:t-land6, p. roI.';'-IO(typelfrn:nCIcmnarl:.righthWD01'Ul.ldlfemur,Wd!int""1>1.....,_"'BriLMu'.......QUAlE\."AIIY.N'EW NOIITH \Vaillgongoro (Ly dekker, 1891,Cat.foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p.25); To Aute (Lambrocht,1933, Haodb. Palaeom., p.41l). SovrnISlAND:Clenmark(Haast, 1872):Hamilton Swamp, Enfield,Dunstan, Castle Rocks, Molunau.Warrington, IIntiKapua(Lambrecht,Pyramitl Valley (Scarlett,195.'>,R"'C.CanterburyMus.,voL 6,p. 262); WainluBar.LakeGrassmere,antiBanbPeninsula (Olivet", 1955, N. ZeaiaDdbirds,ed.2, pp.8:-005). Subfamily ,PAJ.AEOPLA1000NAY.WetmoreI'aweoplancinaeWetmore.19$3(Dec.26), SmllllSODian mi",. CoiL, vol.117.no10. p. II (.ubfa",lly: (yl'"PSUu!orItmculW. 19. 40. PIIfueophz1lClll61ernber'giWetmoreWetmore, 1933([)"c. 26), Smithsooion mlle. CoIL. ""L81. no. 19. p.9. I-J9 (typefroo, Plum Crook. !",rnal 'kek:ton, U.S, Kat Mm, no, 12470) MIDDLEOLICQO:N'I:(upperlevel ofOreodon beds, Brule formation). WYQJl,[Th"c: NiobraraCounty: ell5t sideofPlum Creek Snblamil}' Mn.\"IKAB(Vigon)MlJrinIJ1824(Octoo....). ZooL lDur .. ,,,,I. I.p. 214 subfamily,tY1"";Vih. ..... ...biodsE"""",aDdN ....m ...... p. 4 (lULf.rnilia)loti"locllidgwor,187:l. Pro". .. \"(l1.16,p.li4(''g'oupttyp
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41.Mlluus deperditusMilne.EdwardsMile..,depm/itUl:\lilne-Edw.udo. l!i7l.Oil.fOIlS.France .-ol. ll, oheet 58.p. 461, pL 185. fllP. 1-4(typef,aml.a"gy.lancmctalarsu.)LoWKRMJ(x:,n;t.: (AqUitanian). FIlANe:t::: Dept. Allier: Langy (Milne Edwards., 1871). Saint-Gerand-le.Puy?(Lambrecht,19.35,"'mno. 177'. Low'EIt(11lomasFannbeds).FLORIDA:CilchristCounty Thomas farm, 8 miles IlOfth ofBell45. Proml/loepl/eusWetII'Il.155,PO 8,p. 4.p!.$.fig.2(t)-pefromThonlubn.. ,ri&htfo:mur."'....e-.p.7.ooLPO 2716). Lowi:fI;>'h(l(ril;(1botnas fann bl:d$).Fl.OIIIl\A: Cilchrist County: Thomasfann.

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48.PromilitJ brodkorbiWetmoreP,,,,,,iI/obCo.imalpart of left I .......metal;"1U5.Hmdkorono,1775)LoWEll(TIMXnas faml beds).FLOIIJJ1A;Gilchrist County: Thonmasf.lnn.GenustProiI;1inillShufddtProk'li....Sbur ..ldt. 1111$(Aug.-iI, Bull. Amer.Mus. nat. Hill.,vd.$,lit.16, p. 301(tn'"hr>\"10100!)'pygilmoe,,; Simreldt)47, Proictinillgilmorei Shufcldt Proi&ll .........nat.llio1..,vol32,art.18,p.301. pl 55,liJJ.'E1(In"'froon I ...... bliu>d.riahlr:oneo;Jld.U.s.,,-,.1>1.... _8M2).LowuPuOCZNE(RepublQnRin:rbeds, Ogallal.formatioo).KAMAS:Phillips County: LongIsland. Subfamily CVPAY.n"l"-E (Vicillot) GwaetiVieillot,18111,"""lyoed'unellOIlvellephrrms..vilPlyl809) W. l.Scbl.....192.S,....uitlIOrihIop .. wi. I.p. (family;typekllwM 1931, Cheel<.lisIbirds....ld, I. pp.n1I,2.59(...t>bmily).GenustPoloeohieraxMilne-EdwardsI'QltJW,f;.tcall.......iaParlSMus.). .

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Aq..u..,.....Mfuw>.Edvrardo,l863(...,.,de29tuiDl.C.R.Amd.St:i.Puls,Ol.50, p. lJ!22 < __foru.eabcwe).-MiJ-Edwvdt.HillS,AnD.SclIlZt.,Zool..,_.4,ml..20, P. 1Sll.LoWEll}'hoa:Nz(Aquitanian).Dept.Puy-de-D&ne:Chaptuzat1859).Dept. Allier: Saint-Cerand-Ie-Puy(MilneEdward5, lBil); wngy(Paris, 1912, Rev.OTIIith., vol. 4, p.288). L}-deldr:er'stentativerecord (1891, Ibu, p. 385) oftwoclaws from t.he Hordwc11 beds intheUpper Eocene of Hampshiremusthedisregarded.IPalaeobol'W Coues Co'leO.Key10North A",,,ricon blrtls. 00.2.p.822byorigi .... l designationCathartullmbron>.Copr)49.PafueobonarOSCllurA. H. Miller aDd Compton no.4.p.I56.q,.34B(t)1"'frnroFIinIHiD,Idt"Ina,Untot.Calif.M ....P.1to..... :u452).l...owDI:\Iwa::-"l:(Rosebud fvrmatioo).Sovrn D ....lI:OT....:Bennett Flint Hill, 9miles wswof Martin.SO.l'alaeobonuhou:6rdDeWetmore1956.Pruc. U.S. D:lt.MUI vol54, JIO. 3003. p. 73,fig. J3 {typefrom'luanrA,distalportofrigllt U. S "'.t.M....no.l38ll7}.},llDDL:t::\ttOCliSI:(SheepCreek fonnatioll). Nt:BRAUA: DawesCounty: qnarryA in sectlnn 29, Township31, Range 4751. Palaeolxl'l'Iu....mbrMus (Cope) C",hotkrCopo,. 1874 (Oct. 20). Proc.'.Acad."at. Sci. Ph.ibdelphia,..<>I26,p.1.51(typefromI'ofua'l"",ncarlyconopleie*d," ..n) Low!.(Santa Fe ormation).Nv.wMI!XI(D:SantaFeCounty:northmPojuaque(spelled thus onmap.nd inCope; Pojauque, b)' Lambncht alld Wetmore)GenusfNtophrontOPf L. MillerNeopItnnoI_LMilJ.o,-,1916(March to), UDiv.Calif.Pabl. BuD. Dept.Ceol.,yol 9, til).9,p. 106 (type!>ylIIIIDIItypy...eopA......""'......n.:o.. ...L Milkr).

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52.NtophronlOJ&dwt..,Wetmore.....6,p.229. ... Coolr_llln,_inAml:r.),I.....Nat.HiIt.).M/OOl.It,\b()(D,"]I; (SboepCreekbeds).SiowF:County:StonehcMeDTawqualT)'.53.Neophrontopr dakofem-i$ComptonNtophNJlll0fJ6dnkoI-.i/r GmlplOll, 1005(October).An"".J""". Sci., ser.3,vol 00, no.178,p, 344. I (tYll"fromBillSpo:ingCM)'on. dlstal port of ri&hthumeru Unlv. Calif. Mus.Palco. no. 30942)LoWUlfuOCE.."E(Ogallala formation). SoUTHDAXO'l'A: BennettCounty: Big SpringCanyon on Ed. ROOimnc}"Ne<:tion 8,Township 36 N, Range 39W,15 miles SW ofMartinPLI()O'>::X&(Drewsey fonnatioo). Ol\rooN:MalheurCounty:Juntutllresen,'oir(Rrodkorb.19fH, Quart.Jour. F'loritlaAcad. Sci. vol.24. p.lBO, fig. 6). 54.Ntophrontop6VGllecitlH':Jl$i$Howanl"'.."Io__...a..nr--.J96"3(n..c.30),LaoCowItyM .....dilltalput",etolo,""", Univ.Caljf. !>lUI.Pal"",no.2241)2)PrnsTtx;u..'E(tllr pit$).CALlFOftNIA:Los Angeles County:RanchoLaRrea(L.Miller, 1916). Kt:m County: McKittrick (L. Miller.19"..5, Univ. Calif. Pub!.. Bull. Dept. gool. Sci .vol. 15,p. 323) Santa Barbara County: Carpinteria (L. Miller, 1927,Sciencto.n.s..\'01. 66,p. 156).U_(cavedeposit).MEXIa>:NuevoLtOn:SanJ05eCitoCa\t"m,Anfberri (L. Miller,19-&3, UDil'. Calif.Publ. Zool.. GenustNtogypl L. Miller L. Mi1IcI", 1916 (Marcb 10). Univ. C:ilif. Publ., BullDq.LCeol, vol9. no. 9.p. 106(typebymonocyprNmgon.......... L. Mllb)

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56. NtoS!lp'r:rTOTU 1 .MillerSftI/(W>_L.Mmc..1918()Iard\IO).UDiY,o.J;f.P\obl.,H..u.Dept.Geol,>'Ol9,-.9,p. 108, q.2(rypefmmRltdrhoI.aIlmt.,tar1coeriprioDdcrF.c>JU,,"'01.I,DP. 8tl,71(l)l"'br-ll'Yern-_f<>rUs..,;py....voJtu,lukwlIablW).57. GvpzLydekkerew--ut....... L)"dd;b,r, 1890,Proc.zooLSoc..Ulndon. p. 40-1, pL 35,&&s.1.2a,......,5,g.9,pL36,fi&.'.7b(In-'CIll"l.d>bqfePlur.libiot2ni,4g.'l6O.,llJ363-19."W) MIDDLEl"u:1sTottNr.(cave depos.its). Zebbug Cave (Ly. ddd:cr,1800);recorded in error by Lambrecht(19.'1'1, Handb.Patae om, p.402) from BarDalnmCave 011the basi, of Bate (1916, Proe. :rool. Soc. lnndOIl, p. 422),whoonly (''OJ.liedLyuekkdsY(.>conl.MoNACO;Groth, de Grimaltli(Boule, 1919, GrotlesdeGrimaldi (lklousse-!\ousse),wll,faM:.lO,Avcs,p.299).SubfamilyCn!cD;.u;BonaparteCom-_parte.1838,Coop.<'OIDp.listbird
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58, Thegomis muscuwslis Ameghino l'hegorn". ",,,,,,,,I,,,,,,,AmegMno, 1895,lIo1. In,t.grogr. a,ge"lloo,vol.IS,p, 598, 1lgs.43a, 45c,(typo;fromTaguaQuemada, fragmenlary t",>Ometatarsus, BritMu,.)MIDDLE :MtOCENE (SantaCmzformation). AIICENTL.....A: Santa Cruz:TaguaQucmarla 59. Thegornis deb/l/s Ameghino Thell,,",I. debiluAm.ghino.IIl95, Bo1 In,t. geogr, o:rgentioo. vol. 15, p, 600.Bg,43<:(typefromCorr;l[IJen"aix, di,tal end of tarromrlalarsuJl, Brit Mu .) MIDDLE MIOCENE(Santa Cruzfonnalion). A1IGEI\TINA: Santa Cruz'Corriguen Kaik Genus Circus LacepedeCi'e.... LacCpCde, 17W, Table.", meth<:>diqlle.tIc.:l.lammilere< 01dt ..Oioe"ux, 60. Circus teautwnsis Forbes Cln,.,leat#eetWForlt<'S,I89J,Tra'l>.Proc.K.ZealandInst.,"01.Q4. p, 186 (type from T.Aute,tihiot.".,,,.Brit. Mu,,) CircusJ",ml!t,mlForbe., 1891, TrallS. Pwc.N. Zear"",lln't.,vol. 24, p. 186 (typo;from SouthIsl.nd, Brit.Mns.: nomen n"dnm, f,deLamb,echt)Ci,e,," ScarkU, 1953,Re<'01"dsCante,buryvoL 6,p.245 (type froilL Pyramid Valley.",amp.Canterb",yQUATElINAIW. NEW ZEALAND: North Island: TeAllte swamp (Forbes. 1891).South toland: Pyramid Valley swamp (Scarlett,1953);Lake Grassmere (Oliver, 1955,N.Zealand hirds, "d. 2, p. 60S) Suhfamily ACOI'ITRI:"lAE (Vicillot) GenusAccipiter Brisson Acci/'it....Br;,son, 1700.\'01. 1, pp, (type by lautonomyclplu:rBri""" Fo1c<.ni.,,,Unna,,,,.,Recent)

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61 AeclpiteTalphonri (E. T. ScwtooandGadow)A#".alplwrul E.T. f'ewIoliIItdCadow.1893,fullS.zootSoc.London,vol. 13,p.2&'5. pI. 33.fip. 9-10 (t)'ptllfromSona:cs,tibi<:unu carpometa_MluriUus Mo ;cast,Brit.Mil',)MAUR.l'IlU5:MarcaUJ(Songes.SubfamilyBrod..bnb'typeC,.n.dirCuvirt"MS..D.rrnontI816,.__I'entinde81)'th.1M9,Co.t.bird.MllJ.....tlcSoc.,!ideGny(subfamily;typeP-uCuvier)F.1a""'di_Shufcldt,Ib'9I,I1>is,I'.2a2(."bflmily;type""'r\OIdaV;"iIIot)GalUSAt>icedaSWllinsonAridaSwaWf
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NoospeelesofAccipitridaefromfouU aDd prehistoricsites,Subf.ml!yBI.'nONL"U 1. Buteo(Vi.lllot). CALI"""""A' Hawver C .-.:? (L. Miller. 1912, Vlliv.Calif. Pubt.Bull. De(>l.GcoI .vol.1.p. 75); McKittrick? (L. Miller.1922.Condo.-.voL!Wo.p.123).Fl.oouD.o.:SerninoMFIe!d?(Web:nLopadaEocri\'Ult.,MioosGc..(O.Wmg.:.I8B7,EMDI'tOLuodiI .-.:>ll.no.2,p.36)2.But..Mitt.Johrb.unpr.&colAnlblt,2.'1,p.419).S_Ordoo?(Bale. 1931. Pal.sinka. _.C 8,fate.... p. 3. Buteolleml1wan(Wctrnore,1934,Amer.MUI.NovitatCl.1lO.7l1,p.15). 4. ButcQ"'8Q11Ir (G. R. Cray). C"'UFOIU<'''':HawverCave (L. Miller.HHt,Ulliv.C....1if.l'ubl..Bull.1Jq)t.Gcol."X>!.6,p.391);McKitIrl<:k (L. Miller. 1925, Univ. Calif. Pub!..Bull Dept.geo!.Sti.,voLU, p. 323); RanchoLaBrea (How ani,1936, Co"dor, ,,,,,-38, p. 35),Carpilllm.(De.\IIY.19-11.CamegjelIItbI....P1,hl -.330. p. 66); F.rneryville (Howard, 1929.UDi .... Cf,lif. Pub!. Zool,,'l .5, p.306): Pott..C_kCan, (L. Miller, 1911."p.dt.,vol. 6,p. 3lll); Carpinteria (L. Miller, 1931.Unlv.Calif. Pub] .. Dull[)(opt. Sci.,vol. 2U, p. 364);McKittrick(L.Mill.. Condor,,.<>1. 37,p.76): 'lCmcryvllle(Howani1\129,U"'\". Calif. Publ.""l.32, p. 313);-BuenaVilM,Po138); 'Awatol>lP..,bIo1$39,Condor, .....-n,p.207)..:0,.....MEDCO'ShelterCa,...aDd A.H_ MiUer. 1ll33,Cordor. \--01. 3.5,p.16);H-.:IhlUdsec.....,(1I0w0.rd, 1982,<:00>dor,."tII.f1.i.p.!ol2).1DAHo:WriDrocl1. 6.p. 210). !LLt..-o<.: -Kingston("6alt...1006. Trans. Illillc (Wdm1.llO,p.S43):Cood......npit(I\'"r[\l.GuI lIdBrodkorh,19M......... .".ABtiquity,

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DI>. 10, p.28).PnJnvRJco:"B:urioCallaS1938, Auk. ..,tM, p. 53).8.B",eo..0..-"' ... "' ..p. I\'l'W}IJb.We(1)0,'1.)'.1l1-U,e. tOlloite (Baker, 1936,TrallS.llIiDoisStatcAcad.Sci.,v,I{\(i7,jOUT.P;deonl"vol.31,p.I3..5) 8. BII/N ""t.r_I vol. 6, p.391);Ranch"....a..,.(I.. Mill InobLWashiogtOll Pohl.,DO. 349, p. McKittrick (L. Mill.I935,Coodor Zool....,1.32.,P. 313). SmithCn:<:i:Cave(Howan!. 19m,BuD.. S. Calif.A.cad. Sci. vol51,pt.2. p. 54). Nl'W MnCO:Rud:y11m,Cuo>dor,vol.34. p. 14..1);Conkli"lCa...,...aDd51>eltac....(lIowudandA. H Miller.11,Ccmdar, n>lss,p. 16). .......t.:'MiIICrMi:(ll-. 1961, I'bim9.S",eobuleo(LiDDael_),F.........kiM.Birds Brit.}Ius.,P.21);ae...td(Lommeeht, 1003,Ha,."lh.r.h,'llfTI., p. 7-18). S ...... ,.", .. : dHuvium (Aqu;wfou/lilGeibol,IlH7.hi",,",de.Vorwek, vol. 1,pl, 2, lIP9. 39,Iypestats... anddin.1poTt of F"".......... : Ladopote(Lamw.,.,!lt, 1003).Kebar..CaveIT"""'rnov, 1962, Bull Rntaocll Couoeil lor""l01. 11,p. lOll). 10, BlIIeo"'-(PoolnppIdan).ITAU'CrollaRorNt... 1Ii :mdG}.. i11c ........Ma)'. 1942,.-01.44,P.US).N,..""",: Smilh Cted:Cave(II_vZ,:iI,pc.I!.p.,sl).IOVI''''MI11Crk(llanoon.HIIII.

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1'b.1 .. II. Bod...."""wrnvo(\'Ielllof). 10 ....'.MilICf(:d:(H......."19tH,PirJ,...,I9:l6,Trans.11lb>aisSlall8Acad.Sci.,vcI..29,p.!45).\'"""",u.:l\atunolCllIMIIC)'S(W-..I9lli.SmithtoaiaDmise.ColL,voI.1ot5,lIO.2,p_7)._ _!'utxTORICO:"lbnioCulal(Wn(Lambr<:d,t,1Q.3.3, H.ndb. PalaeorD"p.HO)1:l.Param.t"".mid",,'''''(AuJubou).;\h:XlCO: S.u Joscc;to Cavern in LCl6n (1MlUe<,1943, Unlv. CaHf.PublZool, vul. 47, p. 14.DU$lU'ellwnigricoUiI(L.tl1<.m).\'x.."""au:LotTonla.indo> (\\'elmOfc,IS. II,.",."'-wid(Li",,_),BJt.UIL:ncarLapSanta? (0. Winge,1887,F.M_Lundii,Yol I, DO.2,p.3S). 18. H1c_(VleilIot).G.-........... ,l)eo,;.T_..,.(Bate.1928,Jour.Roy.anthrop.rnl..M,Po1(4).(T"u:GrolbRoonandli(lambn:dlt.1933,nandl>.hbeuu., p. 747). M.....n(1bI;r"19111,!'roc.......Soe.I..-I.oa,"", 17. lJ_(Gcno:IU.GIM.LLT"'"Do:>i.(Bate,1928, 18. AquILr..(Lirlnuu/;).Sa>nA..-u:I'CttIUclnoveuC""'e(Ual.bl"echt,19113,lIandb.Pabrn.,p.W"",:s:Cal'.Iloloe...,...Cowe.(L)"lkkkc.,1891,Ibis,p.386)...........z:Croltcde8nl....Caf.fOSJ.binb8rit.Madebi....,:\Iowiu.,r,L.a.com.....T.ya<',GOllrdan,AurignAC(Lambrecht,1933, lIandb. P.beom.., p.747), Mo"'"oo: Gralle deGrimaldiandCraUe. Ant.op. Etno!.,yol.l!3, p.Z62);I...,la Piam ...Velika Jallla, I'riaul. Croll"ROlUUlldli,C.wm"Crolla dei (L,unhmcht. 1935). S ......I>IN:",Muot"s"nGiov.nni(Lyddker,1891, Pr"". """'See.LODdo ...p, 469).MALTA(wu,bn-ochl,1933).Do:.".,,,nK: Bo,n:lojc.\t (II Winae, 1003, \'idmf(La....bn-cl>t,1933). Cu:cMOll'.,..an.>:SipbandCertovadira(c;ap.,k, 1910, Be. V. 100ema!.Orn:itb.K n...lin, pp. 939,9-tO); r .... dlll ... t (Laml.echt.19iJ3).HtllCCIol
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1"ubL,Bun.Dept.Ged.,til 50p. 306);Mdittrid< (L. Mm.s,1922,Condor,tIl24,p.!:l.1);CaIpirJkrla(L.M'u..,1927,sa-.e.....Lab(lloward, 19M. v. s,1'OOlSuro-.Prof.P:apo:n.IlIO.264-J, P. 2Of);V.n..atoC_U(H<:r.nnI,1963,CoOlU.Sc:l,t.o.AngtksCountyDO.73, p. 17);'B_Visb. Laloe{l)oMay,Illo4l,Coudor,vol4ol,p.2Z8).r-;....""""SmithQo:.el:CaYe(Howud,Bun. S. Calif.Acad.. Sci., vol.31,pt.2,Poz,t).AIlo:wMux::o:Conkli"ll Cavern (How. ard. 1932, Cootr.PUeoont. C .......'1Pclooln. W.. hington.110.429, p.I); Sbelter/HowardandA. H. Miller. 1933,Cund... vol.s.5, p. 16);H.......,1lsRidleC.'e (Howard, J962,CtJDdot.vol.64.p.242). Ttt.o.a, WoodI'll (SlaughteraI.,1962,1'''''''', Bur. eoon. C.eol., Repl. no.48, p.3\1);Fri""""'ahn ... Mem. M ..... ), NOIITflDUOTA'Thoma!Rillg.lile (L. Miller, 1961, lIut!. S.Cali.Acad. Set., vol. 60, p. 125). IL'.INOI.: 'Cahclda1958, Auk. v"l.7.5,p. 172). !\I.lIWOLW",: Sa" JooecitoCavern (L. MUIer. 1943, Volv Calif,Pub!. Zoo!.,vol. 47,p. 153) 19. Savl",y.f"....l .... 'm:(IAmt-cht,1933,lIandbPalaeorll., p. 147).AU2I1OJJA"':Illno.p;!aIllo4l,DoI:ladyAbeL:-:.uk.... 1. 33,p. 473)20.Aq";'""""'"(fCllUl>ird:). T ..."""",ovll<.A:Olduval(l.....u.drt,1933. 21. AquilooBinapcla(s",.,brll\u,.,11W1,Dol.bdyAnd.NJ.Dkvol33,1'04731-22. Aqua..cIa1I,pPalw.F ....."CK:MassaI; (La.mbndrt,1918.Aquila, .......!4. p. 200).Bioapda(So=brmu,..1941,DokIadyAI:ad.NaukS.s.S.R.,vol.:l3,p.473).23.lJ"ilDtu(DaudiD).N__"ltOOllSlA'B,okeaHill(Lam19:1:l,Himdhp.745) 24. 11,,&_...oociferoWuDesMurs.M"nACA"::.land (Frim.nn. 1934, Jour.A",,1. ScI.,vol. M. pp 232,235);'D"tc!>110,"'", 'LlttleRI,h.and'AtuIsland (Friedmann,1937."1'.elt.,,,<>1..'n,(>p.433,435.487).WASm.,<,:,n,,<:'l'uget Souod{L. Milk.,19l1O,Wlllo""7,Condot,voI. 59, p.59).CA!.l'"OIIJo/IA'lUnch<>Lau..,a(L.Millet, 1911, Univ.Califl'ub!.,lIuJl.Dopt.Goo!.,""'.6,p. 310); SuPcdro(L.Mill ..... 1930,Cordnr,voI.32,1'0118);CaJpWteria(L..Miller, 1931,univ.Calif.Pub\.,BuII.lJqIl.g""'-Sd.,nll.20,p.:JlI4);:\lc:LmieI:{II(I'A'afllI!l32.,Conlr.l'alecoaI.Camcgic1..rn.WuhIn;ton,DO.429,p.I);19:29.Cllif.f'ubl.Zool.'"'ll32, p. 313).Aauo"A:'WlIJlbklPueblo(thrva,....1939.Cocldot.vol-41,P 2(7). N .....C.rGra)'OOl'laudf'fkr:o (Shut ..... t, 1913. 8ull.A"'.... M",_nat.1I1st..vol.32,p.!!:9).IOWA'MiIlQo:.el;(Hamon, 1961, Pial,..,.AtJthruvo\olti
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shelter(1'...........19M, 11Ii ....StateM....Jlept.In..-...-.<4,P.53);"c.holdoo(Pannal.o,e.J9M,Auk,vol75,p. 172). CY>:w::u.:E.-ah(hnndo:e,19f1O.FloridaAnthropoIogi>t, vol. 8,P.49).SemiDo&et1e\d, SabMootbc.......Vellice,and19S1, SmithJonian mlJc. Coil., vol85.DO.2.p.30);R""kSpri"ll{W""Ifcnd.ea,195iI.WihooBull.,vol.71,p.I85);SiIVCIo.'n(Neill, CuI, .ndBmdkoro,1958,Ame<.vol.Zl, p. 388);"CastleWiooySleight, 1959, L. BryantI'o"r>",,,ht,1003, H.,odb.Pall"""',.p.745)F-..."CI::CounLon.,......DdT"yjal (L,unb,echt, 19S3).B"U;'UM:TrnudeCho!eoa.ndTruodesNII'oaJ(LamlJ=,ht.,1933).:>!OtI.WAY:V.rdo1933). S ......... : TortSbDen(Lambre<:ht,(933).F".......,:l.adopsce1m).I).,...""ot:Fuu>rrnp, Mejljrurd, Erteboelle. VetterUIIIe>-.:lolade-.tcli.-, H., ...Iso"SorUIfl',I.oift:Aa.HoIrM,"Aarl>-.v""'bJ.Vunliniborz.tcllMli,..Fjood,"I1InncJk.and"Radb;erJMOIoeCH.Wiage,1903,v;,;knU. J.lod&l.....turhindlt,19J3)l'u,kopotOl'a.../llbr=ht, 1914,I" ...","',vol.21. p. 85).yUCOlS.....,-a:K"'I';na(Lambrodlt,11115.Ratlullgkutat.\s. vol. 3. p.119). Binag:o<\;l(SCrebn::...ny,1941,v.:.k1adyAb,Nauk S.S.S.R., ,-.,1.33. p. 473), Aus,":"Kodiak Islaoo1935. Jour.Wa,hiniloJlAc"d,ScI., vol. 25, p. 4\1) 27. Il"'iauttUpelaglctUA1.AnA:Kodiak bland(friedmalID.J9M,S"bfaD,iIy:loIo""'NA",23.l<'lirrio...u;,;p,wnrio(WiIouo).ILl"""",,": "Modoc:fPannalee,IIl58, Auk.voli5, p. Iii).0...0:"Cant."...''''(W_,1932,.vol" p.llS). 29.MJ.-",Ik",(Li""""".).Escu,1<:"CW.Ollbury(Lamlnd>t.1933,1I...n..1'lI.1aecJl"n.p.748).r.....-"c,,:AuriJ'lM' (pa ... 191.2,Rev.vol. ,p. 288).MO"A:deCrinoald; (Lambroeht, J933). SAIlDI"'A' M""te San Ci.,..,.,."; (Lyd.:kkcr.18\11,Proc.zool. Soc.Lund"o. p. 4(9).Dill<' (II. Wioie,100').1.1"']<1<-1,natllrbist,I'n"""Copenhat/Cn ...,1. 6. p, 102). Pou,.,,:'1\"1""')'a",,,o (Lamb,",,!>t,111'\.1).AZKIIBAlJAHHlnai"cla?(Se,.br"",ky.11141. Dokla,ly Ahll..NOllk S.S,S,R"voL S3,p. 473) 30.MikOl.rnlgtll"f(]l.oolili,,,,t).InLY:CrouaRorn ...,11I?(Lambtecht, 1003.H.,odb.PaJa.um ..I'. 748). C7.J".otOSt.OVaJUA:c.rt(Ctp.lc. 1910. Bcr.V.inl........t.ornilh.Kon.gr.Bcrlin.p.940J.SohhmilyCn.u;TlN.u:31.Tat_tn.cJw,/OntIJUlO.R.FOIStco)..... tt ..Lebo.nmdt(rat''''/rffdwltot...fadait.loiDdlmKJt,19.53,Boom:rool1J.,;u .. ,ot].I!, p. 23,Ip1-4;'YP"""""n,LandeD""""""nr..""""'....,;,DO. TI) 32. ....-.cI .... (LioRanlS). C' ......LTU' t ..besQllUrY

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1933, IIandb. Palaoom" p.745). FRANCE:Grottc de Bruniqucl 1801, Cal,In.,", biTd.,p, (2); la Mrn:ldain.\ Lacombe-Taya<:, Grotte d'Enle., Grotl<, Gourdan, andAurignae? (Lambrecht, 1933).MONACO:de Gri"e,k1i andGrotte de I'QbseTVatoi""(LamllT..,ht, 1933). SARl>JNIA(de laIIl3I,JOUTgOO!. (Pari,), vol.3, p.SiS); Monte Giovanni (LydeUer, 1891, Proc, zool. Soc. Lon p. 4(9).Gll.J",..';Y: We.tt:regeluh.i:\lagdehUTg (Vultu. 1=i1;.,Germ"T, 182ft [1837, fide Paris],InKeft-talyuk_lI;jhlt,?(j:l""",y, 1002, Atluili<,vol 61,p.J7R).PAL""'T'NY.:KebaraCave(Tchernov,1002, BulL Rc",arenCOIlt>ci\Israel, vol. II,p.1(0). AZKRU1JAN:Binagada (Sc!('brov.ky, 1941, Dok:ladyAbel,NaukS.S.S.R" vol. 33,p.473). \I1l.VCOI.IA:Sjara_o.>-Gol (Batt:. 19,11.Pal..i,uca,.... r.C,vol. ll,Ia>c.4,p. 41) 33.Gyp4fulv....(Ilablizl). HELGm',:: Goyel ca"",, IIe"t(CW'"fulcmtpelaew Friant, 19.5(1, C. 11.Acad.Sci. Pari., vol. 231, no. 21. p. 1164,fig.)GIBRALTAR:De'ilsTower (Bale, 1[l"..8, Jour. Roy. o.nthrop.Inst.,\"01. 58,p. 10<1)M"';ACO:GrolledeGdmaldi(Lamb"'cbt,19-1.1,Ha,.,Jb. Paloeom., p.745). hAI.YGTlltla .lei C"lwnbi(Regalia, 1893, Arcl,.AnUm'l" Ehwl., vo!. 23,p. 262);GrutlaRomanelli atldRODle(Lamb=ht,1933, Handb. Pal""ofn"p.745),CZ>ULLlJAN:vol. 33, 1'.473) SubfamilyC'''C'SA>:

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30. oboctirnDcys(Wdmortl,19fl;2..SmithRmian"IiIc.c:>R voI.145.DO.i.p.1j.3.2...coI""'-(I..inna,....)..1RJ:L.o.....,: 1' ....... 10 c."".KeshCave,"Casllcpoolr Ca,..,. nd "M... lln'. Cove?(Lambreeht,1933.Ibndb.Paboorn..p.,..-oordfromSh.ndonCa"eperlainl tnL. "''''''',fldcLydd<1<....SooT"Ard,..,.,...n and "Au-yntlLambroeht.1933).E"e....... ": Lanlro'"ithHulettCave,WyeandChtldlefgh(Lambrecht.19M). FlU... e,,: Madelaine.E)'>:l...Corged'Enf.r.Gourdo.lI,Lhcrn.andBi""(La,nbrtthl.1933).GF.JI........Schml""henfd.?(Lambrechl,190.'}.:)).Awnu.. : ."d(Lambrecht,1933)33.14!1"OJ....Idg",_(Linnaeut).E""'-'''",Kent'.H,,1ealT""l.ua.y (Laln_1912, AqIll1a,vol.. 19. p.299);TrwTroudeC\uoleIeComten...mbmcbt,1933,IbDdb.PaI-=om..p.7S1).1S!}1.CoLt-ilbonl'Zid(Paris.1912,Rev.vul.4, p291l;Maclcbl"",Cerm,Crotted'Au............(Larn"""""t,191t,vol. 19,p. 2llQ);Ville......""',amSeU:Ye.Schloo>lebenVherg, K.a,tlhln,lHoo\o,.lIyanenhtihlehelGe ....? Fuehsltichcr 1m lIotellBerge hei SaaHeid. Wild scheuer, Marti.,.hOhl"belLethmaten, SudmerbctK hclCoslar.SeVed0 ..... hre<:bt,19L2,Aqoila,voI..l9,pp.!99-313),.....I9.p-274.p1.3);Pusl....cht, 1913, Aquila,vol.20.p42S);be; Raj6t(k:onuoa.nd LambeWot,1914,vol. 2.p105);R""'-beiY{Lambreeht. 1914,Aquila, vol.21, p. S!}};Otl<>-Hennan HI)hIeaDdKics-Grobe(L.,nbt""ht, 1916, Aquila, "01. 22.pp.IS!), HIS); S .... _f.l""andeuhir{LarobtC'Cht. 1933).'M,,",.,."vine(Lamhreeht,100..1.

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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page i
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    Preliminaries
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    Introduction
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BULLETIN


OF THE

FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM

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1964













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TABLE OF CONTENTS


The Terns of the Dry Tortugas
WILLIAM B. ROBERTSON, JR . . . . . 1


The American Cyprinid Fishes of the Subgenus Luxilus
(Genus Notropis)
CARTER R. GILBERT . . . . .... . 95


Catalogue of Fossil Birds, Part 2 (Anseriformes through
Galliformes)
PIERCE BRODKORB . . .. . . 195












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CATALOGUE OF FOSSIL BIRDS:
Part 2 (Anseriformes through Galliformes)

Pierce Brodkorb


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CATALOGUE OF FOSSIL BIRDS:

Part 2 (Anseriformes through Galliformes)


PIERCE BRODKORB 1



SYNOPSIS: The second installment of the Catalogue of Fossil Birds treats 13
families comprising the orders Anseriformes, Accipitriformes, and Galliformes.
The species included in this section number 474, of which 262 are paleospecies
and 212 neospecies. Seven paleospecies are added to those included in groups
covered in Part 1. The two parts now published thus cover 856 species, of which
542 are extinct and 314 living, being about two-thirds of the known fossil birds.
Modifications from the general plan adopted in the first installment are few.
Common names for the higher taxa of living birds are provided in the Table of
Contents. The synonymies of order-group and family-group names have been
expanded to include all principal synonyms based on generic names, insofar as
found. Subfamily headings have been included in the lists of neospecies.
Several generally recognized families are reduced to the subfamily level,
namely: Paranyrocinae (to Anatidae), Teratornithinae (to Vulturidae), Gallinuloidi-
nae (to Cracidae), and Tetraoninae and Meleagrinae (to Phasianidae).
Two new subfamily terms are proposed. Leptodontinae supplants Perninae,
as Leptodon is the type genus of this section of the Accipitridae. The new sub-
family Filholornithinae is erected in the Cracidae for Filholornis Milne-Edwards,
formerly of Incertae Sedis.
Genera described as new are Ludiortyx and Pirortyx in the Gallinuloidinae,
and Schaubortyx and Proalector in the Phasianinae.






1 The author is Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Florida,
Gainesville. Manuscript received 3 February 1964.-ED.


Brodkorb, Pierce. 1964. Catalogue of fossil birds, Part 2 (Anseriformes through
Galliformes). Bull. Florida State Mus., vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 195-335.












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TABLE OF CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION --------
ADDENDA TO PART I --------- -
Order ANSERIFORMES (Wagler). WATERFOWL
Suborder ANSERES Wagler. WATERFOWL
ANATIDAE Vigors. WATERFOWL ---
fEONESSINAE Wetmore -------------------
SEonessa Wetmore ......--------_-
fROMAINVILLIINAE (Lambrecht) --------_..
SRomainvillia Lebedinsky -------------
CYGNINAE Vigors. SWANS ..----------
fCygnopterus Lambrecht ..
fCygnavus Lambrecht -------- -
Cygnus Bechstein ---------..._.._...
fCygnanser Kretzoi --------------------
Olor Wagler --------- .---
ANSERINAE Vigors. GEESE ---
fChenornis Portis -.------------------
fPresbychen Wetmore
Anser Brisson ---_. ------
tEremochen Brodkorb -.---------------
Branta Scopoli ----...----...........---- -
DENDROCYGNINAE Reichenbach. TREE-DUi
fDendrochen A. H. Miller ---
Dendrocygna Swainson ---
PLECTROPTERINAE G. R. Gray. SPUR-WIN
STeleornis Ameghino ..- ---
SLoxornis Ameghino
Neochen Oberholser --
Alopochen Stejneger -- -----
fEuryanas Oliver
fGeochen Wetmore
fCentrornis Andrews .------
CEREOPSINAE G. R. Gray. CAPE BARREN
fCnemiornis Owen ----
TADORNINAE Reichenbach. SHELDRAKES
fAnabernicula Ross
SBrantadorna Howard ----
ANATINAE (Vigors). POND DUCKS --
Anas Linnaeus
Querquedula Stephens
Nettion Kaup _.. --------
fEoneornis Ameghino
fEutelornis Ameghino -
Nettapus Brandt -----
Sarkidiornis Eyton ---
fPachyanas Oliver


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AYTHYINAE (Delacour and Mayr). SCAUPS 228
Aythya Boie ____..___---------------------- 228
fPARANYROCINAE (A. H. Miller and Compton) ----- 229
fParanyroca A. H. Miller and Compton ----- 229
MERGINAE Bonaparte. SEA DUCKS --- ----- 230
fOcyplonessa Brodkorb ...----- .I-------------- ----- 230
Bucephala Baird ___.---- ------ ----------....... ......--. 230
fChendytes L. Miller -------- 231
OXYURINAE Phillips. STIFF-TAILED DUCKS ..-...----------- 231
Oxyura Bonaparte --------- -232
Biziura Stephens ..---------- ---- -------.----------- - 232
MERGANETTINAE Bonaparte. TORRENT DUCKS -----------... --.. 232
ANSERANATINAE Stejneger. PIED GEESE ------ --- 232
Neospecies of Anatidae ------ --- 233
Suborder ANHIMAE Wetmore and W. D. Miller. SCREAMERS ------ 249
ANHIMIDAE Stejneger. SCREAMERS .. ----.. --.......... 249
Neospecies of Anhimidae ------.....-. .-.------- --.... 249

Order ACCIPITRIFORMES (Vieillot). DIURNAL BIRDS OF PREY ........ 250
Suborder SARCORAMPHI (Ridgway). AMERICAN VULTURES ..---- 250
VULTURIDAE (Illiger). AMERICAN VULTURES ---- 250
VULTURINAE (Illiger) ....---. ........... .-----------._-.. .. 250
fLithornis Owen ----.---------------..-- 251
jEocathartes Lambrecht ----------------- -----------.-. ---.... 251
SDiatropornis Oberholser .----------.---.. 251
fPlesiocathartes Gaillard 251
fTeracus Aymard ---....--- ---...-..........-. 252
fPhasmagyps Wetmore ------------ 252
fPalaeogyps Wetmore 252
Sarcoramphus Dum6ril -----_ -----..--.----------.--------_... 253
Vultur Linnaeus --...........-------. ----.------.-- 253
fPliogyps Tordoff .---.. ........---.-- .....------..--.- --- ... -. 253
Gymnogyps Lesson ..... ..... .. ....... ------. 253
Coragyps Geoffroy --.....-.---..-- .-- .-----...- .. 254
jBreagypa L. Miller and Howard ....-- --- -- 255
fTERATORNITHINAE (L. Miller) ---------------. 255
fTeratornis L. Miller 255
jCathartornis L. Miller .. .. 256
Neospecies of Vulturidae ----.... .. ..---......._-.--... 257
fNEOCATHARTIDAE Wetmore ----- ----------- 258
fNeocathartes Wetmore ---..- --__-_-_. 258
Suborder ACCIPITRES Vicillot. Hawks 259
SAGITTARIIDAE (Finsch and Hartlaub). SECRETARY-BIRDS --------- 259
fAmphiserpentarius Gaillard 259
PANDIONIDAE (Sclater and Salvin). OSPREYS -- --- 260
Neospecies of Pandionidae -------- 260


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ACCIPITRIDAE (Vieillot). Hawks ----261
BUTEONINAE (Vigors). BUZZARDS AND EAGLES .......................---- 262
tPalaeocircus Milne-Edwards ----- ---- 262
fAquilavus Lambrecht -- ----263
fClimacarthrus Ameghino ---. -------_ 264
tCruschedula Ameghino 264
Buteo Lac6pBde ------- ---- 265
fPalaeastur Wetmore ---- 266
fMiohierax Howard -----. .--_-- - 267
Hypomorphnus Cabanis ....- .....-- --. -..-.. .----_-_- 267
Hieraaetus Kaup ---- --------267
Haliaeetus Savigny 268
Aquila Brisson - ..------ ----- 268
Spizaetus Vieillot -----. --------- 268
Buteogallus Lesson ---- ------- --- 269
fCalohierax Wetmore 270
fTitanohierax Wetmore -. -- .270
Morphnus Dumont .....--------- ----__- 270
tWetmoregyps L. Miller --------- ----- 271
fLagopterus Moreno and Mercerat ------- -- 271
fFoetopterus Moreno and Mercerat 271
Uroatus Kaup ------ ----272
fNecrastur DeVis --272
fHarpagornis Haast -----. ------ 272
fPALAEOPLANCINAE Wetmore 273
fPalaeoplancus Wetmore .- -------- -273
MILVINAE (Vigors). TRUE KITES ... ----- --- 273
Milvus Lac6pede 273
tPromilio Wetmore 274
fProictinia Shufeldt --275
GYPAETINAE (Vieillot). OLD WORLD VULTURES ---- --- 275
fPalaeohierax Milne-Edwards ----- ---- -- 275
fPalaeoborus Coues ----..-----.------- 276
tNeophrontops L. Miller --- -276
iNeogyps L. Miller 277
Gyps Savigny -..---_ ---.--... ----- ---- 278
CIRCINAE Bonaparte. HARRIERS 278
fThegornis Ameghino ------------ 278
Circus Lacepede ------------ 279
ACCIPrrRINAE (Vieillot). BIRD-HAWKS 279
Accipiter Brisson -------_ -279
LEPTODONTINAE Brodkorb. SMOOTH-BROWED KITES -- 280
Aviceda Swainson -- ------------- 280
ELANrNAE Blyth. SMOOTH-CLAWED KITES ----- -- 280
CIRCAETINAE Blyth. HARRIER-EAGLES --. --- --- 280
Neospecies of Accipitridae _- ------- 281
FALCONIDAE Vigors. FALCONS AND CARACARAS -- ._.- --- -- 289
FALCONINAE (Vigors). FALCONS .-----...... ------... 289


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fBadiostes Ameghino 289
Falco Linnaeus __-------- --- 290
fSushkinia Tugarinov .-------- ---------- ----------------. 291
fPlioaetus Richmond 291
CARACARINAE (d'Orbigny). CARACARAS ------ 291
Caracara Merrem ---------- 291
MICRASTURINAE (Ridgway). FOREST FALCONS ------ 293
HERPETOTHERINAE (Lesson). LAUGHING FALCONS -- 293
POLIHIERACINAE Peters. PIGMY FALCONS --- 293
Neospecies of Falconidae -------- 293

Order GALLIFORMES (Temminck). FOWL ----- 297
CRACIDAE Vigors. CHACHALACAS 297
fGALLINULOIDINAE (Lucas) ----- ----- --- 297
fGallinuloides Eastman ---- ---------- 298
iPalaeortyx Milne-Edwards --- --------- 298
fLudiortyx Brodkorb -- ------- 298
fParaortyx Gaillard 299
fPirortyx Brodkorb ---- -300
fProcrax Tordoff and Macdonald 8------ 300
fTaoperdix Milne-Edwards --------- 301
fFILHOLORNITHINAE Brodkorb .----------- 302
fFilholornis Milne-Edwards 302
CRACINAE (Vigors). CunAssows ----------- 303
tPalaeophasianus Shufeldt --------- 303
fParacrax Brodkorb _------- ------ 303
PENELOPINAE Bonaparte. GUANS 304
fPalaeonossax Wetmore _.---- --- .-----------_._ 304
fBoreortalis Brodkorb ....... ......---------- 304
tAnisolornis Ameghino --------- 305
Neospecies of Cracidae --------- 306
OPISTHOCOMIDAE (G. R. Gray). HOATZINS 306
fHoazinoides A. H. Miller 3-------_ 306
MEGAPODIIDAE (Swainson). MOUND-BUILDERS --. -- 307
fChosornis DeVis ----------------------- 307
Neospecies of Megapodiidae 307
NUMIDIDAE (Reichenbach). GUINEA FOWL 8----- 307
Neospecies of Numididae ----------- 307
PHASIANIDAE Vigors. PHEASANTS AND QUAIL --------- 308
ODONTOPHORINAE Gould. AMERICAN QUAIL --...-----------.... 309
fNanortyx Weigel 3--- ....-.... ............. ..... ... ... 309
iMiortyx A. H. Miller ----310
Cyrtonyx Gould ------- -------------....------- 310
Lophortyx Bonaparte -10
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PHASIANINAE (Vigors). PHEASANTS AND PARTRIDGES 8--------- 312
fSchaubortyx Brodkorb _-.-.....----------------- ---- 313
IPalaeoperdix Milne-Edwards ---------------------------- 313
fMiophasianus Lambrecht ..------------------------------- 314
tMiogallus Lambrecht --..--.---.......-..--- ----------.. ------- 315
tProalector Brodkorb ...................--------------- -----.. 316
fPalaeocryptonyx Dep6ret -..-------------------------- 316
fPlioperdix Kretzoi .----.---.--------------- 317
Ammoperdix Gould .....---------------------------------. 317
Alectoris Kaup 3-- -......... ........--- --- ----..---- 818
Gallus Brisson ----.-.. ----..-- -------------- 318
Phasianus Linnaeus .. ----------------------------- ----...-- 319
fPliogallus Gaillard ---..-....---------..-. --------- 319
Francolinus Stephens -.-..........-- .--.-.------------ ---_-_ 320
Perdix Brisson --------- -----320
TETRAONINAE (Vigors). GROUSE -----.-------...--------------- 320
fPalaealectoris Wetmore ------- 320
Tympanuchus Cloger 3- 21
jArchaeophasianus Lambrecht -- --- 322
Tetrao Linnaeus --------- ------ 322
fPalaeotetrix Shufeldt ------------ 322
Dendragapus Elliot ------ -------- 323
MELEAGRINAE G. R. Gray. TURKEYS 8_ 324
Agriocharis Chapman ------- --- 324
Meleagris Linnaeus 325
fParapavo L. Miller ---------- 326
Neospecies of Phasianidae -- -- --- --- 326


Vol. 8












INTRODUCTION


The first part of the Catalogue of Fossil Birds (1963, Bull. Florida
State Mus., vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 179-293) treated the orders Archaeoptery-
giformes through Ardeiformes. The second installment now con-
tinues with the waterfowl, the diurnal birds of prey, and the gallina-
ceous birds. The fossil record of these three orders, the Anseriformes,
Accipitriformes, and Galliformes, is quite extensive, more so than in
any other group except the as yet untreated marsh birds. Part 1 of
the Catalogue, with its addenda published herewith, covers 15 orders
(4 extinct and 11 living), 49 families (23 extinct and 26 living), 162
genera (107 paleogenera and 55 neogenera), and 382 species (280
paleospecies and 102 neospecies). By contrast the three orders in Part
2 comprise only 13 families, all but one living. Yet the fossil record
of these families runs to 256 genera (150 paleogenera and 106 neo-
genera) and 474 species (262 paleospecies and 212 neospecies).
The general plan adopted in the first installment is continued here
with a few minor modifications. At the request of workers in other
branches of paleontology, common names of the higher living taxa
are included in the Table of Contents. Synonymies of order-group
and family-group names are expanded to include all principal syn-
onyms and variants based on generic names, insofar as found. Sub-
families with no fossil record are listed with appropriate notation.
Subfamily headings are inserted in the lists of neospecies.
The manuscript of the present part was read in whole or in part
by Hildegarde Howard, Alden H. Miller, and Alexander Wetmore,
to whom I am greatly indebted.
The National Science Foundation continued its support of the
preparation of this installment, through grant numbers G-19595 and
GB-1686.
The continuing help of the many friends mentioned in the intro-
duction of Part 1 is gratefully acknowledged. To those who supplied
information or specimens must now be added David Bardack, Law-
rence Kansas; Noemi Cattoi, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Mary Daw-
son, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Charles A. Fleming, Lower Hutt, New
Zealand; Morton Green, Rapid City, South Dakota; Daniel A. Guthrie,
Amherst, Massachusetts; Lyndon L. Hargrave, Globe, Arizona; Denes
JAnossy, Budapest, Hungary; E. Kurochkin, Moscow, U.S.S.R.; J.
David Ligon, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Oskar Kuhn, Munich, Germany;
B. J. Marples, Dunedin, New Zealand; Paul O. McGrew, Laramie,
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Massachusetts; Lester L. Short, Jr., Washington, D. C.; Robert E.
Sloan, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Peter Stettenheim, East Lansing, Mich-
igan; E. Tchernov, Jerusalem, Israel; Albert E. Wood, Amherst, Mas-
sachusetts; and J. C. Yaldwyn, Sydney, Australia.
"Priority is the basic principle of zoological nomenclature." In
the first installment of the Catalogue I expressed concern that the new
International Code of Zoological Nomenclature included numerous
provisions contrary to this principle. At the recent meeting of the
Section on Nomenclature of the XVI International Congress of Zool-
ogy, the Commission failed to modify or rescind portions of Article
23, or any other section of the Code, despite the protests of the ma-
jority of taxonomists present. Under the circumstances I see no al-
ternative but to return independently to adherence to the law of pri-
ority, disregarding the suppression of validly proposed names under
the so-called plenary powers of the Commission, whose "real au-
thority lies in the extent to which it interprets and expresses the will
of zoologists." 2
The two parts of the Catalogue now published treat 18 orders (4
extinct and 14 living), or slightly more than half of the orders of birds.
These comprise 62 families (24 extinct and 38 living), or about one-
fourth of the known families. Genera number 418 (257 paleogenera
and 161 neogenera), and species total 856 (542 paleospecies and 314
neospecies). Nearly two-thirds of the described paleospecies of birds
have now been treated, but these represent only a tiny fraction of
those potentially knowable.
The proportion of living genera and species unknown as fossils
further hints at the tremendous store of knowledge still awaiting dis-
covery. In the families covered by the two parts of the Catalogue
now published, 202 additional neogenera (56 per cent of the 363 rec-
ognized) and 796 additional neospecies (72 per cent of the 1110
known) are still unrepresented in the fossil record. It is obvious that
paleornithology remains one of the most fertile fields in systematic
biology.
1 International Code of Zoological Nomenclature adopted by the XV Inter-
national Congress of Zoology, International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature,
London, 1961, preamble, p. 3.
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ADDENDA TO PART 1


Four species have been described since the publication of Part 1,
and three others were overlooked during its preparation. I am in-
debted to B. J. Marples, Lester L. Short, Jr., and Robert W. Storer
for calling the latter to my attention and urge other workers knowing
of similar omissions to inform me.


Family DROMICEIIDAE Wetmore

Genus Dromiceius Vieillot

4. Dromiceius ocypus A. H. Miller
Dromiceius ocypus A. H. Miller, 1963 (Aug. 23), Records South Australian Mus.,
vol. 14, no. 3, p. 414, fig. lc (type from Lawson quarry, right tarsometatarsus,
South Australian Mus. no. P13444).
LOWER PLIOCENE (Mampuwordu sands). SOUTH AUSTRALIA: Lake
Palankarinna: Lawson quarry.


Family PODICIPEDIDAE (Bonaparte)
Genus Podiceps Latham

7. Podiceps gadowi Hachisuka
Podiceps gadowi Hachisuka, 1953, The dodo and kindred birds, p. 124 (type from
Mauritius, right ulna, Cambridge Univ.).
QUATERNARY. MAURITIUs.


Family SPHENISCIDAE Bonaparte

Genus fPalaeospheniscus Moreno and Mercerat

33. Palaeospheniscus novaezealandiae Marples
Palaeospheniscus novaezealandiae Marples, 1960 (Jan. 31), Records Canterbury
Mus., vol. 7, no. 3, p. 194, text-figs. Ic, 2, pl. 2-5 (type from Motunau, partial
skeleton, including skull, vertebrae, sternum, rib fragments, clavicle, and left
coracoid, scapula, humerus, radius, ulna, carpals, and fragments of carpometa-
carpus, Canterbury Mus. no. 16527).
LOWER PLIOCENE (probably Waitotaran stage). NEW ZEALAND:
South Island: North Canterbury: Motunau.


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Family PHOENICOPTERIDAE Bonaparte

Genus fPhoeniconotius A. H. Miller

10. Phoeniconotius eyrensis A. H. Miller
Phoeniconotius eyrensis A. H. Miller, 1963 (July 23), Condor, vol. 65, no. 4, p.
292, fig. 3 (type from Lake Palankarinna, distal end of left tarsometatarsus, with
associated proximal phalanx of left digit III and right digit IV, South Australian
Mus. no. P13649).
LOWER MIOCENE? (Etadunna formation). SOUTH AUSTRALIA: Lake
Eyre region: west shore of Lake Palankarinna.

Genus Phoenicopterus Linnaeus

11. Phoenicopterus novaehollandiae A. H. Miller
Phoenicopterus novaehollandiae A. H. Miller, 1963 (July 23), Condor, vol. 65, no.
4, p. 289, figs. la, Ic, 2a (type from Lake Pitikanta, distal part of right tarso-
metatarsus, South Australian Mus. no. P13648).
LOWER MIOCENE? (Etadunna formation). SOUTH AUSTALIA: Lake
Eyre region: west side of Lake Pitikanta.

Genus Phoeniconaias G. R. Gray
Phoeniconaias G. R. Gray, 1869 (October), Ibis, n.s., vol. 5, no. 20, pp. 440, 442
(type by monotypy Phoenicopterus minor Geoffroy).

12. Phoeniconaias gracilis A. H. Miller
Phoeniconaias gracilis A. H. Miller, 1963 (July 23), Condor, vol. 65, no. 4, p. 294,
figs. 4a, 4c (type from Lake Kanunka, distal end of left tarsometatarsus, South
Australian Mus. no. P13650).
LOwER PLEISTOCENE (Katipiri sands, Kanunka fauna). SOUTH
AUSTRALIA: Lake Eyre region: Lake Kanunka.


Family CICONIIDAE (Gray)

Genus Leptotilos Lesson

22. Leptotilos pliocenicus Zubareva
Leptotilos pliocenicus Zubareva, 1948, Trudy Inst. Zool. Akad. Nauk Ukr. R.S.R.,
vol. 1, p. 114 (in Ukrainian!; type from near Odessa).
LOWER PLIOCENE. UKRAINE: near Odessa.


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Order ANSERIFORMES (Wagler)

Anseres Linnaeus, 1758, Systema naturae, ed. 10, vol. 1, pp. 81, 84, 122 (ordo;
not based on generic name).-Wagler, 1831, Isis von Oken, Heft 5, p. 531
(ordo; type Anser Brisson).-Anseriformes Garrod, 1874, Proc. Linn. Soc. Lon-
don, p. 118.
Palamedeae Sclater, 1880 (July), Ibis, ser. 4, vol. 4, no. 16, p. 406 (order; type
Palamedea Linnaeus, 1766, a junior synonym of Anhima Brisson, 1760).-Pala-
medeiformes Fiirbringer, 1888, Untersuch. Morph. Syst. V6gel, vol. 2, p. 1565
(subordo).
Anhimae Wetmore and W. D. Miller, 1926 (July 3), Auk, vol. 43, no. 3, p. 341
suborder; type Anhima Brisson).
Anatiformes Hay, 1930 (January), Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ. no. 390,
vol. 2, p. 299 (suborder; type Anas Linnaeus).


Suborder ANSERES Wagler

Anseres Linnaeus, 1758, Systema naturae, ed. 10, vol. 1, pp. 81, 84, 122 (ordo;
not based on generic name).-Wagler, 1831, Isis von Oken, HIeft 5, p. 531
(ordo; type Anser Brisson).-Anseriformes Garrod, 1874, Proc. Linn. Soc. Lon-
don, p. 118.
Anatiformes Hay, 1930 (January), Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ. no. 390, vol.
2, p. 299 (suborder; type Anas Linnaeus).


Family ANATIDAE Vigors

Anatidae "Leach," Vigors, 1825 (after Jan.), Trans. Linn. Soc. London, vol. 14,
pp. 416, 498 (family; type Anas Linnaeus).-Anatina Vigors, 1825, fide Gray.-
Anatinae Swainson, 1837, Natural history and classification of birds, vol. 2, pp.
189, 366 (subfamily).-Anatoideae Stejneger, 1885, Standard natural history,
vol. 4, p. 136 (superfamily).-Anatoidae Hay, 1930 (January), Carnegie Instn.
Washington Publ., no. 390, vol. 2, p. 299 (superfamily).
Cygnina Vigors, 1825, fide Gray (type Cygnus Bechstein).-Cygninae Bonaparte,
1838, (April 14), Geographical and comparative list of the birds of Europe and
North America, p. 55 (tribe, i.e. subfamily); 1838, Nuovi Ann. Sci. nat. (Bo-
logna), vol. 2, p. 119.-Cygnidae Kaup, 1850, fide Gray.
Anserina Vigors, 1825, fide Gray (type Anser Brisson).-Anserinae Swainson, 1837,
Nat. hist. classic. birds, vol. 2, pp. 191, 394 (subfamily).-Anseridae Kaup,
1850, fide Gray.
Cereopsina Vigors, 1825, fide Gray (type Cereopsis Latham).-Cereopsinae G. R.
Gray, 1840, List of the genera of birds, fide Gray, 1871.-Cereopsidae Kaup,
1850, fide Gray.
Fuligulinae Swainson, 1831 (February 1832?), Fauna boreali-americana, pt. 2,
fide Gray (subfamily; type Fuligula Stephens, 1824, a junior synonym of Aythya
Boie, 1822); 1837, Nat. hist. classif. birds, vol. 2, pp. 189, 368.-Fuligulidae
Carus, 1868, Handbuch der Zoologie, fide Gadow.
Merganinae Swainson, 1831 (February 1832?), Fauna boreali-americana, pt. 2,
fide Gray (type Mergus Linnaeus).-Merganidae Swainson, 1837, Nat. hist.


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classif. birds, vol. 2, pp. 190, 369 (subfamily!).-Merginae Bonaparte, 1838 (April
14), Geog. comp. list birds Eur. N. Amer., p. 50 (tribe).-Mergidae G. R. Gray,
1840, List of the genera of birds, fide Gray, 1871.
Plectropterinae G. R. Gray, 1840, List of the genera of birds, fide Gray, 1871
(type Plectropterus Stephens).-Plectropteridae Carus, Handbuch der Zoologie,
fide Gadow.
Clangulinae Reichenbach, 1849, fide Gray (type Clangula Leach).-Clanguleae
Bonaparte, 1854, Ann. Sci. nat. (Paris), vol. 1, p. 46.
Somaterinae Reichenbach, 1849, fide Gray (type Somateria Leach); "1850" (after
Oct. 1, 1852), Avium system natural, p. VIII (tribus, i.e. subfamily).
Erismaturinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat. p. VIII
(tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Erismatura Bonaparte, 1832, a junior synonym of
Oxyura Bonaparte, 1828).-Erismaturidae Carus, 1868, Handbuch der Zoologie,
fide Gadow.
Hareldinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. VIII
(tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Harelda Stephens, 1824, a junior synonym of Clan-
gula Leach, 1819).
Marilinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. VIII
(tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Marila Reichenbach, 1852, a junior synonym of
Aythya Boie, 1822).
Berniclinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. IX
(tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Bernicla Stephens, 1824, a junior synonym of Branta
Scopoli, 1769).
Marecinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. IX
(tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Mareca Stephens, 1824, a junior synonym of Anas
Linnaeus, 1758).
Dafilineae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. IX
(tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Dafila Leach, 1824, a junior synonym of Anas
Linnaeus, 1758).
Boschinae Reichenbach, "1850" (After Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. IX
(tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Boschas Swainson, 1831, a junior synonym of Anas
Linnacus, 1758).
Dendrocygninae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat.,
p. IX (tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Dendrocygna Swainson).
Tadorninae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. X
(tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Tadorna Fleming).-Tadornidae Carus, 1868, Hand-
buch der Zoologie, fide Gadow.
Cygnopinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. X
(tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Cygnopsis J. F. Brandt).
Olorinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. X (tribus,
i.e. subfamily; type Olor Wagler).
Merganetteae Bonaparte, 1853 (read Oct. 31), C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, vol. 37,
no. 18, p. 646 (section; type Merganetta Gould).-Merganettinae Bonaparte,
1854, Ann. Sci. nat. (Paris), vol. 1, p. 47 (sous-famille).
Oidemieae Bonaparte, 1854, Ann. Sci. nat. (Paris), vol. 1, p. 47 (section; type
Oidemia Fleming, before July 1822, a synonym of Melanitta Boie, before May
1822).
Cnemiornithidae Stejneger, 1885, Standard natural history, vol. 4, p. 136 (family;
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Anseranatidae Stejneger, 1885, Stand. nat. hist., vol. 4, p. 138 (family; type
Anseranas Lesson).-Anseranatinae Salvadori, 1895, Catalogue of the birds in
the British Museum, vol. 27, p. 44 (subfamily).
Oxyurinae J. C. Phillips, 1926, Natural history of the ducks, vol. 4, p. 201 (sub-
family; type Oxyura Bonaparte).
Nyrocinae Peters, 1931 Check-list of birds of the world, vol. 1, pp. xv, 173 (sub-
family; type Nyroca Fleming, before July 1822, a synonym of Aythya Boie,
before May 1822).
Romainvillinae Lambrecht, 1933, Handbuch der Palaeornithologie, p. 351 (sub-
familia; type Romainvillia Lebedinsky).
Eonessinae Wetmore, 1938 (May), Jour. Paleontology, vol. 12, no. 3, p. 280 (sub-
family; type Eonessa Wetmore).
Paranyrocidae A. H. Miller and Compton, 1939 (July 15), Condor, vol. 41, no. 4,
p. 153 (family; type Paranyroca A. H. Miller and Compton).
Aythyini Delacour and Mayr, 1945 (March 31), Wilson Bull., vol. 57, no. 1, p. 26
(tribe; type Aythya Boie).-Aythyinae American Ornithologists' Union, 1946
(July 24), Auk, vol. 63, no. 3, p. 429 (subfamily).
Cairinini Delacour and Mayr, 1945 (March 31), Wilson Bull., vol. 57, no. 1, p. 26
(tribe; type Cairina Fleming).



Subfamily tEONESSINAE Wetmore

Eonessinae Wetmore, 1938 (May), Jour. Paleontology, vol. 12, no. 3, p. 280 (type
Eonessa Wetmore).

Genus fEonessa Wetmore

Eonessa Wetmore, 1938 (May), Jour. Paleontology, vol. 12, no. 3, p. 280 (type
by original designation Eonessa anaticula Wetmore).

1. Eonessa anaticula Wetmore

Eonessa anaticula Wetmore, 1938 (May), Jour. Paleontology, vol. 12, no. 3, p.
280, figs. 1-5 (type from Myton pocket, left wing bones, Princeton Univ. Dept.
Geol., no. 14399).

MIDDLE EOCENE (Uinta formation, horizon C). UTAH: Duchesne
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Subfamily fROMAINVILLIINAE (Lambrecht)1
Romainvillinae Lambrecht, 1933, Handbuch Palaeom., p. 351 (type Romainvillia
Lebedinsky).
Genus fRomainvillia Lebedinsky
Romainvillia Lebedinsky, 1927, Abh. schweiz. pal. Ges., vol. 47, no. 2, p. 1 (type
by monotypy Romainvillia Lebedinsky).

2. Romainvillia stehlini Lebedinsky
Romainvillia stehlini Lebedinsky, 1927, Abh. schweiz. pal. Ges., vol. 47, no. 2,
p. 1, text-fig. 1, pl. 1 (types from Romainville, 2 metacarpi, right tarsometatar-
sus, left coracoid, fragmentary furculum, Basel Mus. nos. P.G. 25, 38, 38a,
53, 55.)
LOWER OLIGOCENE mariness blanches supragypseuses). FRANCE:
Dept. Seine: Romainville.



Subfamily CYGNINAE (Vigors)
Cygnina Vigors, 1825, fide Gray (type Cygnus Bechstein).-Cygninae Bonaparte,
1838 (Apr. 14), Geog. comp. list birds Eur. N. Amer., p. 55.
Olorinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. X (type
Olor Wagler).

Genus fCygnopterus Lambrecht
Cygnopterus Lambrecht, 1931, Bull. Mus. Hist. nat. belgique, vol. 7, no. 31,
p. 1 (type Sula affinis Van Beneden).

3. Cygnopterus afinis (Van Beneden)
Sula affinis Van Beneden, 1883, Bull. Acad. Sci. nat. belgique, ser. 3, vol. 6,
p. 132 (types from Rupelmonde, humerus, head of coracoid, proximal end of
scapula, distal end of ulna, femur, proximal end of tibiotarsus, Mus. Hist. Nat.
Bruxelles).
MIDDLE OLIGOCENE (argile rupeli6nne). BELGIUM: East Flanders:
Rupelmonde.

Genus tCygnavus Lambrecht
Cygnavus Lambrecht, 1931, Bull. Mus. Hist. nat. belgique, vol. 7, no. 31, p. 3
(type Cygnavus senckenbergi Lambrecht).

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4. Cygnavus senckenbergi Lambrecht
Cygnavus senckenbergi Lambrecht, 1931, Bull. Mus. Hist. nat. belgique, vol. 7,
no. 31, p. 3, pl. 1, fig. 3-4; pl. 2, fig. 9-12 (types from River Hessler, femur,
distal end of tibiotarsus, phalanx, Senckenberg Mus., Frankfurt a.M.).

LOWER MIOCENE (upper Hydrobienschichten). GERMANY: Prov.
Hesse-Nassau: River Hessler near Wiesbaden.

Genus Cygnus Bechstein
Cygnus Bechstein, 1803, Orn. Taschenb. Deutschl., vol. 2, p. 404 footnote (type
Anas olor Gmelin).
Palaeocycnus Stejneger, 1882 (July 25), Proc. U. S. nat. Mus., vol. 5, no. 275,
p. 180 (type by original designation Cygnus falconeri Parker).
Archaeocycnus DeVis, 1905 (Sept. 30), Ann. Queensland Mus., no. 6, p. 11 (type
by original designation Archaeocycnus lacustris DeVis).

5. Cygnus herrenthalsi Van Beneden
Cygnus herrenthalsi Van Beneden, 1871, Bull. Acad. Sci. nat. belgique, ser. 2,
vol. 32, p. 218 (type from Herenthals canal, toe phalanx, Mus. Hist. Nat.
Bruxelles).
Cygnus herenthalsii Stejneger, 1883, Proc. U. S. nat. Mus., vol. 5, p. 181 (lapsus).

UPPER MIOCENE (Bolderian sand). BELGIUM: Herrenthals canal
near Antwerp.
6. Cygnus falconeri Parker

Cygnus falconeri Parker, 1865, Proc. zool. Soc. London, p. 752 (types from Zeb-
bug Cave, tibiotarsus, tarsometatarsus, toe phalanges, Brit. Mus.).
Cygnus melitensis Falconer, 1868, Falconer pal. Mem., vol. 2, p. 300 (same ma-
terial).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). MALTA: Zebbug Cave (Park-
er, 1865); Har Dalam cavern? (Bate, 1916, Proc. zool. Soc. London,
pp. 422, 427).
7. Cygnus lacustris (DeVis)
Archaeocycnus lacustris DeVis, 1905 (Sept. 30), Ann. Queensland Mus., no. 6,
p. 11, pl. 3, fig. 1-7 (types from Lower Cooper, Kalamurina, Wankamaminna,
Undwampa, Malkuni, and Wurdulumankula, fragmentary left coracoid, distal
ends of right and left humeri, proximal end of right radius, distal end of right
ulna, proximal ends of right and left femora, distal end of left tibia, proximal
end of left tarsometatarsus, cervical vertebra).
Chenopis nanus DeVis, 1905 (Sept. 30), Ann. Queensland Mus., no. 6, p. 13,
pl. 2, fig. 3-7 (types from Lower Cooper, Malkuni, Wurdulumankula, and
Unduwumpa, proximal end of left coracoid, distal end of right humerus, distal
end of left tibia, distal ends of 2 left tarsometatarsi, fragmentary pelvis). Ap-
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UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Katipiri sands, Malkuni fauna). AUSTRALIA:
South Australia: Lower Cooper; Kalamurina; Wankamaminna; Und-
wampa or Unduwumpa; Malkuni; Wurdulumankula, all near Lake
Eyre.
8. Cygnus sumnerensis (Forbes)
Chenopis sumnerensis Forbes, 1889, Trans. Proc. N. Zealand Inst., vol. 24, p. 188
(type from Monck's Cave at Sumner, coracoids and humerus, Brit. Mus.).-Oli-
ver, 1930, N. Zealand Birds, ed. 1, p. 232, fig. (type from Chatham Islands,
skull, Dominion Mus. at Wellington).
Cygnus chathamicus Oliver, 1955, N. Zealand Birds, ed. 2, p. 603, fig. (type from
Chatham Islands, skull, Dominion Mus., same specimen as above).
QUATERNARY. NEW ZEALAND: South Island: Monck's Cave at
Sumner near Christchurch (Forbes, 1889); Warrington (Lambrecht,
1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 389); Wairau Bar (Oliver, 1955); Lake
Grassmere (Oliver, 1955). North Island: Te Aute (Lambrecht, 1933).
CHATHAM ISLANDS: Wharekauri Island (Forbes, 1893, Ibis, p. 545).

9. Cygnus paloregonus Cope
Cygnus paloregonus Cope, 1878, Bull. U. S. geol. geog. Surv. Terrs. (Hayden), vol.
4, no. 2, p. 388 (type from Fossil Lake, tarsometatarsus, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist.,
no. 2552A; cast Brodkorb coll.).
Anser condoni Shufeldt, 1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol. 9, pp. 406,
410, pi. 16, fig. 19, 26-27 (type from Fossil Lake, furculum, Amer. Mus. Nat.
Hist. no. 3536).
Olor matthewi Shufeldt, 1913 (July 9), Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, art.
6, pp. 151, 156, pl. 26, fig. 309; pl. 35, fig. 422 (types from Fossil Lake, 2 car-
pometacarpi, 2 scapulae, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist.).
Olor paleocygnus Lindgren, 1900, U. S. geol. Surv., Ann. Rept., vol. 20, pt. 3,
p. 90 (lapsus for paloregonus; cervical vertebra from Fromans Ferry).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (Fossil Lake formation). OREGON: Lake
County: Fossil Lake (Cope, 1878). IDAHO: Fromans Ferry? (Lind-
gren, 1900).


Genus tCygnanser Kretzoi
Cygnanser Kretzoi, 1957, Aquila, vol. 63-64, pp. 240 (Magyar), 245 (English)
(type by original designation Cygnus csakvarensis Lambrecht).

10. Cygnanser csakvarensis (Lambrecht)
Cygnus csakvarensis Lambrecht, 1933, Handbuch Palaeorn., p. 383, figs. 128g-k
holotypee from Esterhkzy cave, proximal part of carpometacarpus, paratypes
prox. part of another carpometacarpus, phalanx 1 of alar digit II, Magyar Geol.
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LOWER PLIOCENE (Hipparion fauna, lower Pannonian). HUNGARY:
County Fejer: Esterhdzy cave, on south face of Vertes Mountains, 2
kilometers S of CsAkvar (near BArachAza and Sz6kesfeh6rvar).

Genus Olor Wagler
Olor Wagler, 1832, Isis von Oken, col. 1234 (type Anas cygnus Linnaeus).

11. Olor hibbardi (Brodkorb)
Cygnus hibbardi Brodkorb, 1958 (Oct. 31), Wilson Bull., vol. 70, p. 283, fig. 1
(type from section 20, tarsometatarsus, Univ. Mich. Mus. Paleo. no. 33894).
LOWER PLEISTOCENE (Hagerman lake beds). IDAHO: Twin Falls
County: section 20, Township 7 S, Range 13 E, across Snake River
from Hagerman.



Subfamily ANSERINAE Vigors
Anserina Vigors, 1825, fide Gray (type Anser Brisson).-Anserinae Swainson,
1837, Nat. hist. classic. birds, vol. 2, pp. 191, 394.
Berniclinae Reichcnbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. IX
(type Bernicla Stephens, 1824, a junior synonym of Branta Scopoli, 1769).
Cygnopinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. X
(type Cygnopsis J. F. Brandt).

Genus jChenornis Portis
Chenornis Portis, 1884, Mem. Accad. Sci. Torino, ser. 2, vol. 36, p. 364 (type
Chenornis graculoides Portis). Position uncertain.

12. Chenornis graculoides Portis
Chenornis graculoides Portis, 1884, Mem. Accad. Sci. Torino, ser. 2, vol. 36,
p. 364, pl. 1, fig. 5 (type from Ceva, postcranial skeleton impression).
LOWER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). ITALY: Piedmont: Ceva.

Genus fPresbychen Wetmore
Presbychen Wetmore, 1930 (July 15), Proc. California Acad. Sci., set. 4, vol. 19,
no. 8, p. 92 (type by monotypy Presbychen abavus Wetmore).










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13. Presbychen abavus Wetmore
Presbychen abavus Wetmore, 1930 (July 15), Proc. California Acad. Sci., ser. 4,
vol. 19, no. 8, p. 92, fig. 5-7 (type from Sharktooth Hill, distal end of right
tibiotarsus, U. S. Nat. Mus. no. 11973).
MIDDLE MIOCENE (Temblor formation, upper level). CALIFORNIA:
Kern County: Sharktooth Hill, 7 miles NE of Bakersfield.


Genus Anser Brisson
Anser Brisson, 1760, Ornithologia, vol. 1, p. 58; vol. 6, p. 261 (type Anas anser
Linnaeus).
14. Anser scaldii (Van Beneden)
Anas scaldii Van Beneden, 1872, Jour. de Zool., vol. 1, p. 284 (type from Ant-
werp, humerus, Mus. Bruxelles).
UPPER MIOCENE (Anversian black sands). BELGIUM: near Antwerp.


15. Anser atavus (Fraas)
Anas ataca 0. Fraas, 1870, Jahresh. Ver. Naturk. Wiirttemberg, vol. 26, p. 275,
pl. 13, fig. 1 (type from Steinheim, distal end of femur, Stuttgart Mus.).
UPPER MIOCENE (obere Siisswassermolasse). GERMANY: Bavaria:
Steinheim (Fraas, 1870); Hahnenberg, Spitzberg, and Ginzburg (Lam-
brecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 678).


16. Anser cygniformis (Fraas)
Anas cygniform's 0. Fraas, 1870, Jahresh. Ver. Naturk. Wirttemberg, vol. 26,
p. 276, pl. 13, fig. 2, 10, 12 (types from Steinheim, coracoid, radius, ulna, carpo-
metacarpus, femur, phalanges, vertebrae, Stuttgart Mus.).
UPPER MIOCENE (obere Siisswassermolasse). GERMANY: Bavaria:
Steinheim.

17. Anser oeningensis (Meyer)
Anas oeningensis H. von Meyer, 1865, Palaeontographica, vol. 14, p. 126, pl. 30,
fig. 2 (type from Ohningen, partial skeleton including sternum, scapulae, cora-
coids, furculum, humeri, carpometacarpus, phalanx 1 of digit II, Brit. Mus.
no. 42804).
UPPER MIOCENE (Oehningerkalke). SWITZERLAND: Oehningen near
Radolfzell on the Bodensee.


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18. Anser pressus (Wetmore)
Chen press Wetmore, 1933 (Dec. 27), Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 87, no. 20,
p. 9, figs. 5-8 (type from Hagerman, left femur, U. S. Nat. Mus. no. 12823).
LOWER PLEISTOCENE (Hagerman lake beds). IDAHO: Gooding
County: near Hagerman.

19. Anser azerbaidzhanicus Serebrovsky
Anser azerbaidzhanicus Serebrovsky, 1940, Doklady Akad. Nauk. S.S.S.R., vol. 27,
no. 7, p. 766 (type from Binagada).
LOWER PLEISTOCENE (Kirov beds). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada near
Baku.
20. Anser equitum (Bate)
Cygnus equitum Bate, 1916, Proc. zool. Soc. London, pp. 422, 427, figs. 1-2 (type
from Har Dalam cavern, right carpometacarpus, apparently in Malta Mus.).
Figure of the type has characters of a goose, not a swan.
MmDLE PLEISTOCENE (cave deposits). MALTA: Har Dalam cavern
(Bate, 1916); Ta Gandia fissure, Tal Herba fissure, Benghisa Gap, and
Calafrana fissure (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 386).

Genus fEremochen Brodkorb
Eremochen, Brodkorb, 1961 (Nov. 7), Quart. Jour. Florida Acad. Sci., vol. 24,
no. 3, p. 174 (type by original designation Eremochen russelli Brodkorb).

21. Eremochen russelli Brodkorb
Eremochen russelli Brodkorb, 1961 (Nov. 7), Quart. Jour. Florida Acad. Sci., vol.
24, no. 3, p. 175, fig. 3 (type from Juntura, proximal part of left humerus,
Univ. Oregon Mus. Nat. Hist. nos. F-5424 and F-5414).
LOWER PLIOCENE (Juntura formation). OREGON: Malheur County:
Juntura.
Genus Branta Scopoli
Branta Scopoli, 1769, Annus I, Historico-naturalis, p. 67 (type Anas bernicla Lin-
naeus).
22. Branta esmeralda Burt
Branta esmeralda Burt, 1929 (March 19), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. geol.
Sci., vol. 18, no. 6, p. 222, pl. 20, figs. 1, 4-5, 8 (type from Fish Lake Valley,
left carpometacarpus, Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 29601).
LOWER PLIOCENE (Esmeralda formation). NEVADA: Esmeralda
County; Fish Lake Valley, 7 miles north of Chiatovich Ranch.










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23. Branta howardae L. Miller
Branta howardae L. Miller, 1930 (July 15), Condor, vol. 32, do. 4, p. 208, fig. 74
(type from Ricardo, fragmentary left carpometacarpus, Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo.
no. 28811).
LowER PLIOCENE (Ricardo formation). CALIFORNIA: Kern County:
Ricardo.

24. Branta propinqua Shufeldt
Branta propinqua Shufeldt, 1892 (Oct. 20), Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia,
vol. 9, sig. 53, pp. 407, 410, pl. 15, fig. 17 (type from Fossil Lake, humerus,
Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. no. 3547).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (Fossil Lake formation). OREGON: Lake
County: Fossil Lake.


25. Branta dickeyi L. Miller
Branta dickeyi L. Miller, 1924 (Sept. 15), Condor, vol. 26, no. 5, p. 179, fig. 46
(type from McKittrick, tibiotarsus, Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo.).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Kern County: McKit-
trick (L. Miller, 1924).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Dry Creek beds). OREGON: Malheur County:
Dry Creek (L. Miller, 1944, Condor, vol. 46, p. 27, fig. 6).



Subfamily DENDROCYGNINAE Reichenbach

Dendrocygninae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium systcma nat-
urale, p. IX (tribus, i.e. subfamily; type Dendrocygna Swainson).


Genus tDendrochen A. H. Miller
Dendrochen A. H. Miller, 1944 (June 22), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. geol.
Sci., vol. 27, no. 4, p. 88 (type by monotypy Dendrochen robusta Miller).


26. Dendrochen robusta A. H. Miller
Dendrochen robusta A. H. Miller, 1944 (June 22), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept.
geol. Sci., vol. 27, no. 4, p. 88, fig. 3 (type from Flint Hill, left humerus, Univ.
Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 37364).
LOWER MIOCENE (Rosebud formation). SOUTH DAKOTA: Bennett
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Genus Dendrocygna Swainson
Dendrocygna Swainson, 1837, Nat. Hist. Classif. Birds, vol. 2, p. 365 (type Anas
arcuata Horsfield).

27. Dendrocygna eversa Wetmore
Dendrocygna eversa Wetmore, 1924 (Jan. 15), Proc. U. S. nat. Mus., vol. 64, art.
5, p. 3, fig. 1-2 (type from section 22, proximal half of right humerus, U. S. Nat.
Mus. no. 10547).
LowER PLEISTOCENE (San Pedro Valley formation). ARIZONA: Co-
chise County: section 22, Township 17 S, Range 20 E, 2 miles S of
Benson.

28. Dendrocygna validipinnis DeVis
Dendrocygna validipinnis DeVis, 1888, Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. Wales, ser. 2, vol.
3, p. 1282, pl. 34, fig. 5a-6 (types from River Condamine, proximal half of left
humerus, right ulna).
Dendrocygna validipennis Lambrecht, 1933, Handbuch Palaeorn., p. 367 (lapsus).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Chinchilla beds). AUSTRALIA: Queensland:
north bank of River Condamine, 3 miles from Chinchilla.




Subfamily PLECTROPTERINAE Gray
Plectropterinae G. R. Gray, 1840, List genera birds, fide Gray, 1871 (type Plec-
tropterus Stephens).

Genus fTeleornis Ameghino
Teleornis F. Ameghino, 1899 (July), Sinopsis geol6gico-paleontol6gica, Suplemento,
p. 9 (type by monotypy Teleornis impressus Ameghino). Subfamily uncertain.

29. Teleornis impressus Ameghino
Teleornis impressus Ameghino, 1899 (July), Sinopsis geol6gico-palaeontol6gica, Sup-
lemento, p. 9 (type from Patagonia, distal part of humerus).
LOWER OLIGOCENE (Deseado formation). ARCGNTINA: Patagonia
(i.e., Rio Deseado?).


Genus fLoxornis Ameghino
Loxornis Ameghino, 1895, Bol. Inst. geog. argentino, vol. 15, cahiers 11-12, p. 97
(type by monotypy Loxornis clivus Ameghino). Subfamily uncertain.










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30. Loxornis clivus Ameghino
Loxornis clivus Ameghino, 1895, Bol. Inst. geog. argentino, vol. 15, cahiers 11-12,
p. 97, fig. 41 (type from Rio Deseado, distal end of left tibiotarsus).
LOWER OLIGOCENE (Deseado formation). ARGENTINA: Terr. Santa
Cruz: Rio Deseado (Ameghino, 1895). Terr. Chubut: Chico del Chu-
but, west of Puerto Vissa (Loomis, 1914, Deseado formation of Pata-
gonia, p. 225).

Genus Neochen Oberholser
Neochen Oberholser, 1918, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 8, p. 571 (type
Anser jubatus Spix).

31. Neochen pugil (Winge)
Chenalopex pugil 0. Winge, 1887 (Oct. 1), E Museo Lundii, Bind 1, Afh. 2, p. 19,
figs. 1-6 (figured & types probably from Lapa da Escrivania Nr. 5, right cora-
coid, proximal end of left humerus, right carpometacarpus, distal half of left
tibiotarsus, left tarsometatarsus, Copenhagen Mus.).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposits). BRAZIL: Minas Geraes: Lapa
da Escrivania nos. 5 and 11; Lapa dos Tatus, all near Lagoa Santa
(0. Winge, 1887).

32. Neochen debilis (Ameghino)
Chenalopex debilis F. Ameghino, 1891, Rev. argentina Hist. nat., vol. 1, p. 445
(type from La Plata, tarsometatarsus).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (middle part of Pampas formation, piso bel-
granense). ARGENTINA: Prov. Buenos Aires: ciudad de La Plata.


Genus Alopochen Stejneger
Alopochen Steineger, Stand. nat. Hist., vol. 4, p. 141 (type Anas aegyptiaca Lin-
naeus).
33. Alopochen sirabensis (Andrews)
Chenalopex sirabensis Andrews, 1897 (July), Ibis, ser. 7, vol. 3, no. 11, p. 355,
pl. 9, figs. 1-3 (type from Sirab6, skull, Brit. Mus.).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (marl layer?). MADAGASCAR: Sirabe.


Genus fEuryanas Oliver
Euryanas Oliver, 1930, New Zealand Birds, ed. 1, p. 220 (type AMnI finschi Van
Beneden).


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34. Euryanas finschi (Van Beneden)
Anas finschi Van Beneden, 1875, Bull. Soc. g6ol. Belgique, vol. 2, p. 123, pl. 3
(types from Earnscleugh Cave, in Bremen Mus. and Berlin Mus., cranium, pre-
maxilla, mandible, humerus, ulna, scapula, metacarpus, index phalanx 1, furcu-
lum, coracoid, femur, tibiotarsus, fibula, tarsometatarsus, toe phalanges).
QUATERNARY. NEW ZEALAND: South Island: Earnscleugh Cave in
Otago (Van Beneden, 1875); Castle Rocks and Ngapara (Hamilton,
1898, Trans. N. Zealand Inst., vol. 25, p. 106); Pyramid Valley Swamp
(Scarlett, 1955, Rec. Canterbury Mus., vol. 6, no. 4, p. 262); Lake Grass-
mere and Pareora (Oliver, 1955, N. Zealand Birds, ed. 2, p. 600).
NORTH ISLAND: Martinborough Cave I (Yaldwyn, 1956, Records Do-
minion Mus., vol. 3, p. 3).


Genus tGeochen Wetmore
Geochen Wetmore, 1943 (July 23), Condor, vol. 45, no. 4, p. 146 (type by mono-
typy Geochen rhuax Wetmore).

35. Geochen rhuax Wetmore
Geochen rhuax Wetmore, 1943 (July 23), Condor, vol. 45, no. 4, p. 146, fig. 39
(type from Kaumaikeohu, fragmentary right tibiotarsus, U. S. Nat. Mus. no.
16740).
MIDDLE? PLEISTOCENE (Pahala formation, ash member). ISLAND
OF HAWAII: shoulder of Kaumaikeohu Peak, above Pahala.


Genus fCentrornis Andrews
Centrornis Andrews, 1897 (July), Ibis, ser. 7, vol. 3, no. 11, p. 344 (type by mono-
typy Centrornis major Andrews).

36. Centrornis major Andrews
Centrornis major Andrews, 1897 (July), Ibis, ser. 7, vol. 3, no. 11, p. 344, pl. 8,
figs. 1-7 (type from black earth, Sirabb, right femur, right tibiotarsus, upper
end of left coracoid, proximal end of left scapula, proximal end of right meta-
carpus, Brit. Mus.).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (marl layer). MADAGASCAR: Sirabe (Andrews,
1897).
RECENT (black earth layer). MADAGASCAR: Sirab6 (Andrews, 1897);
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Subfamily CEREOPSINAE Vigors
Cereopsina Vigors, 1825, fide Gray (type Cereopsis Latham).-Cereopsinae G. R.
Gray, 1840, List genera birds, fide Gray, 1871.
Cnemiornithidae Stejneger, 1885, Stand. nat. Hist., vol. 4, p. 136 (family; type
Cnemiornis Owen).


Genus fCnemiornis Owen
Cnemiornis Owen, 1865, Trans. zool. Soc. London, vol. 5, p. 396 (type Cnemiornis
calcitrans Owen).


37. Cnemiornis calcitrans Owen
Cnemiornis calcitrans Owen, 1865, Trans. zool. Soc. London, vol. 5, p. 396, pl.
63-68 (types from Timaru, cranium, sternum, left humerus, left ulna, left meta-
carpus, pelvis, left femur, left tibiotarsus, fibula, left tarsometatarsus, 6 dorsal
vertebrae, Brit. Mus. nos. 46575, 46581-46582, 46584-46592, 46610-46613).
Cereopsis novae-zealandiae Forbes, 1891, Some Extinct Birds of New Zealand,
p. 2 (type from New Zealand, skull, Brit. Mus.; see Dawson, 1958, Ibis, p. 234).
Cnemiornis minor Forbes, 1891, Trans. Proc. N. Zealand Inst., vol. 24, p. 185
(Oamaru, type lost?; nomen nudum, fide Lambrecht, 1933; = 2 ?).
QUATERNARY. NEw ZEALAND: South Island: Timaru (Owen, 1865);
Otago and Hamilton (Lydekker, 1891, Cat. foss. birds Brit. Mus., pp.
99, 102); Earnscleugh Cave, Glemmark, Kapua, Enfield, Dunstan,
Springvale, and Oamaru (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., pp. 374-
375); Pyramid Valley swamp (Scarlett, 1955, Rec. Canterbury Mus.,
vol. 6, p. 262); Herbert (Oliver, 1955, N. Zealand Birds, ed. 2, p. 602).


38. Cnemiornis septentrionalis Oliver
(?) Cnemiornis gracilis Forbes, 1891, Some Extinct Birds of New Zealand, p. 2
("type" left tibiotarsus, Brit. Mus. no. A2074; the question is academic whether
the so-called type is from Oamaru on the South Island (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 375) or from the North Island (Dawson, 1958, Ibis, p. 235),
for the name appears to be a nomen nudum).
Cnemiornis septentrionalis Oliver, 1955, N. Zealand Birds, ed. 2, p. 602 (type
from Hunterville, tibia, Wanganui Mus.).
QUATERNARY. NEW ZEALAND: North Island: Hunterville, Kaiiwi,
and Napier (Oliver, 1955); Te Aute (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palae-
orn., pp. 374-375).


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Subfamily TADORNINAE Reichenbach
Tadorninae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium system natural,
p. X (type Tadorna Fleming).


Genus f Anabernicula Ross
Anabernicula Ross, 1935 (Aug. 24), Trans. San Diego Soc. nat. Hist., vol. 8, no.
15, p. 107 (type by monotypy Anabernicula gracilenta Ross).


39. Anabernicula minuscula (Wetmore)
Branta minuscule Wetmore, 1924 (Jan. 15), Proc. U. S. nat. Mus., vol. 64, art. 5,
p. 6, figs. 8-4 (type from 2 miles south of Benson, proximal half of right
humerus, U. S. Nat. Mus. no. 10548).
LOWER PLEISTOCENE (San Pedro Valley formation). ARIZONA: Co-
chise County: 2 miles south of Benson.


40. Anabernicula n. sp., Howard (MS.)
Anabernicula, species, Howard, 1946 (Jan. 25), Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ.,
no. 551, pp. 171, 190 (Fossil Lake).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (Fossil Lake formation). OREGON: Lake
County: Fossil Lake.


41. Anabernicula gracilenta Ross
Anabernicula gracilenta Ross, 1985 (Aug. 24), Trans. San Diego Soc. nat. Hist.,
vol. 8, no. 15, p. 107, fig. 1 (type from McKittrick, left tarsometarsus, Calif.
Inst. Tech. no. 1169, now in Los Angeles Mus.).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Kern County: McKit-
trick (Ross, 1935). Los Angeles County: Rancho La Brea (Howard,
1936, Condor, vol. 38, p. 34).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposits). NEVADA: White Pine County:
Smith Creek Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51,
pt. 2, p. 53). NEW MEXICO: Grant County: Howells Ridge Cave (How-
ard, 1962, Condor, vol. 64, p. 242). Dona Ana County: Shelter Cave
(Howard, 1962).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Groesbeck Creek beds). TEXAS: Hardeman
County: Groesbeck Creek (Midwestern Univ.).


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Genus fBrantadorna Howard
Brantadorna Howard, 1963 (Dec. 30), Los Angeles County Mus., Contributions in
Science, no. 73, p. 8 (type by original designation, Brantadorna downsi, new
species).
42. Brantadorna downsi Howard

Brantadorna downs Howard, 1963 (Dec. 30), Los Angeles County Mus., Contri-
butions in Science, no. 73, p. 8, pl. 1, figs. G-I, (type from Mesquite Oasis,
proximal end of right humerus, Los Angeles Co. Mus. no. 3911).

MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (upper part of Palm Spring formation). CAL-
IFORNIA: San Diego County: Mesquite Oasis.


Subfamily ANATINAE (Vigors)
Anatidae "Leach," Vigors, 1825 (after Jan.), Trans. Linn. Soc. London, pol. 14,
pp. 416, 498 (family; type Anas Linnaeus).-Anatinae Swainson, 1837, Nat.
hist. classif. birds, vol. 2, pp. 189, 361.
Marecinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. IX
type Mareca Stephens, 1824, a junior synonym of Anas Linnaeus, 1758).
Dafilineae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. IX (type
Dafila Leach, 1824, a junior synonym of Anas Linnaeus).
Boschinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. IX
(type Boschas Swainson, 1831, a junior synonym of Anas Linnaeus).
Cairinini Dolacour and Mayr, 1945 (March 31), Wilson Bull., vol. 57, no. 1,
p. 26 (tribe; type Cairina Fleming).


Genus Anas Linnaeus

Anas Linnaeus, 1758, Systema naturae, ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 122 (type Anas platy-
rhynchos Linnaeus).

43. Anas oligocaena Tugarinov

Anas oligocaena Tugarinov, 1940, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 26, no. 3,
p. 307, fig. 1 (type from Agispe).
UPPER OLIGOCENE (Lake Aral beds). KAZAKSTAN: Agispe, on north
shore of Lake Aral.

44. Anas basaltica Bayer

Anas basaltica Bayer, 1883, Sitz.-Ber. bohm. Ges. Wiss., for 1882, p. 62, fig. 1
(types from Warnsdorf, coracoid, scapula, humerus, rib, Bahmischen Landesmu-
scum at Prag, and Naturhist. Mus. at Wien).

UPPER OLIGOCENE (Braunkohlen von Warnsdorf). CZECHOSLO-
VAKIA: Warnsdorf.


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45. Anas skalicensis Bayer
Anas skalicensis Bayer, 1883, Sitz.-Ber. bihm. Ges. Wiss., for 1882, p. 64, fig. 2
type from Skalitz, impression of humerus, ulna, radium, vertebrae, Bihmnischen
Landesmuseum at Prag).
LOWER MIOCENE ,(Diatomeenschiefer von Skalitz). CzECHOSLO-
VAKIA: Skalitz (near Leitmeritz = Litomerice).


46. Anas luederitzensis Lambrecht
Anas luederitzensis Lambrecht, 1929, Abh. bayer. Akad. Wiss., neue Folge, vol.
4, p. 15, pl. 2, fig. 4-5 (types from Liideritz Bay, coracoid, humerus, Munich
Mus.).
LOWER MIOCENE (Kalahari formation). SOUTHWEST AFRICA: Great
Namaqualand: Liideritz Bay.


47. Anas blanchardi Milne-Edwards
Anas blanchardi Milne-Edwards, 1863 (seance June 29), C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris,
vol. 56, p. 1221 (type from Dept. Allier, nearly complete skeleton, coll. Milne-
Edwards; very brief characterization).
Anas blanchardii Milne-Edwards, 1867, Oiseaux fossiles France, vol. 1, sheet 17,
p. 129, pl. 21-24 (Saint-GCrand-le-Puy; Langy; Billy; Chaveroches; Weisenau;
complete description).
LOWER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). FRANCE: Dept. Allier: Saint-
G6rand-le-Puy, Langy, Billy, and Chaveroches (Milne-Edwards, 1867,
p. 129); Vaumas (Paris, 1912, Rev. Frang. Orn., vol. 4, p. 290); Treteau
and Montaigu le Blin (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeom., p. 356).
LOWER MIOCENE (Hydrobienschichten). GERMANY: Rheinhessen:
Weisenau (Milne-Edwards, 1863, p. 143).
LOWER MIOCENE (Braunkohle von Skyritz). CZECHOSLOVAKIA:
Prokopi (= Mariannenschacht), 45 km. SSE of Most (- Briix) (Lam-
brecht, 1933).

48. Anas consobrina Milne-Edwards
Anas consohrina Milne-Edwards, 1867, Oiseaux fossiles France, vol. 1, sheet 19,
p. 145, pl. 25, figs. 1-13 (types from Langy, tarsometatarsus, tibia, femur, meta-
carpus, Paris Mus.).
LOWER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). FRANCE: Dept. Allier: Langy
(Milne-Edwards, 1867); Saint-Gerand-le-Puy (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb.
Palaeorn., p. 357).










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49. Anas isarensis Lambrecht
Anas isarensis Lambrecht, 1933, Handbuch Palaeorn., p. 361, fig. 123A (type
from River Isar, proximal half of right scapula, Munich Mus.).
UPPER MIOCENE (Flinz von Miinchen). GERMANY: Bavaria: left
bank of River Isar at Aumeister near Munich.

50. Anas robusta Milne-Edwards
Anas robusta Milne-Edwards, 1867, Oiseaux fossiles France, vol. 1, sheet 20,
p. 155, pl. 25, fig. 23-25 (type from Sansan, distal end of left humerus).
UPPER MIOCENE (Braunkohlen der Oberpfalz). GERMANY: Bavaria:
clayworks of Mayer and Reinhard between Dechbetten and Priifening
(von Ammon, 1918, Abh. Naturw. Ver. Regensburg, vol. 12, p. 35).
UPPER MIOCENE (Tortonian). FRANCE: Dept. Gers: colline de San-
san (Milne-Edwards, 1867).
UPPER MIOCENE (Rieser Siisswasserkalk). GERMANY: Bavaria: Lier-
heim near the Hahnenberg (Lydekker, 1891, Cat. Foss. Birds, p. 116).

51. Anas sansaniensis Milne-Edwards
Anas sansaniensis Milne-Edwards, 1867, Oiseaux fossiles France, vol. 1, sheet 20,
p. 153, pl. 25, fig. 26-30; pl. 26, figs. 19-22 (types from Sansan, distal ends of
right tibia, right humerus, coll. Milne-Edwards).
UPPER MIOCENE (Tortonian). FRANCE: Dept. Gers: Colline de San-
san (Milne-Edwards, 1867).
UPPERMOST MIOCENE (Rieser Siisswasserkalk). GERMANY: Bavaria:
Wallerstein chalk hill, 4 kilometers N of Nordlingem; the Hahnenberg
near Appetzhofen (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 358).

52. Anas risgoviensis von Ammon
Anas risgoviensis von Ammon, 1918, Abh. zool. -mineral Ver. Regensburg, vol.
12, p. 41 (new name for Anas sp., Lydekker, 1891, Cat. Foss. Birds, p. 117;
types from Lierheim, left and right coracoids, Brit. Mus. nos. 48165, 48165a).
UPPERMOST MIOCENE (Rieser Siisswasserkalk). GERMANY: Bavaria:
Lierheim near Hahnenberg (Lydekker, 1891); Steinheim (Fraas, 1870,
Jahresh. Ver. Vaterl. Naturk. Wurttemberg, vol. 26, p. 279).


53. Anas lignitifila Portis
Anas lignitifila Portis, 1884, Mem. Accad. Sci. Torino, ser. 2, vol. 36, separate
p. 13 (type from Monte Bamboli, crushed skeleton).


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LOWER PLIOCENE (lignite beds). ITALY: Tuscany: prov. Grosseto:
Monte Bamboli.

54. Anas pachyscelus Wetmore
Anas pachyscelus Wetmore, 1960 (July 7), Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 140,
no. 2, p. 2, pl. 1, figs. 1-5 (type from Wilkinson quarry, left tarsometatarsus,
U. S. Nat. Mus. no. 22506).
MIDDLE? PLEISTOCENE (post-Walsingham). BERMUDA: Hamilton
Parish: H. Bernard Wilkinson quarry (Wetmore, 1960); Government
quarry (Brodkorb coll.).

55. Anas itchtucknee McCoy
Anas itchtucknee McCoy, 1963 (July 30), Auk, vol. 80, no. 3, p. 341, figs. 2 (type
from Itchtucknee River, left coracoid, Brodkorb no. 8501, not 8500 as pub-
lished).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Itchtucknee River beds). FLORIDA: Alachua
County: Itchtucknee River.

56. Anas theodori Newton and Gadow
Anas theodori E. T. Newton and Gadow, 1893, Trans. zool. Soc. London, vol. 13,
pp. 282, 291, pl. 34, figs. 11-17 (types from Mare aux Songes, fragmentary
sternum, coracoid, humerus, tarsometatarsus, Cambridge Univ. Mus. and Mauri-
tius Mus.; casts in Brit. Mus.).
QUATERNARY. MAURITIUS: Mare aux Songes.


Genus Querquedula Stephens
Querquedula Stephens, 1824, Shaw's gen. Zool., vol. 12, no. 2, p. 142 (type Anas
querquedula Linnaeus).
Archeoquerquedula Spillman, 1942, Proc. Eighth Amer. sci. Congress, vol. 4,
p. 387 (type by monotypy Archeoquerquedula lambrechti Spillman).-Archae-
oquerquedula Wetmore, 1951, Proc. X. internal. ornith. Congress, p. 67 (emen-
dation).

57. Querquedula natator (Milne-Edwards)
Anas natator Milne-Edwards, 1867, Oiseaux fossiles France, vol. 1, sheet 19,
p. 148, pl. 25, figs. 14-22 (lectotype from couches a Indusies, Langy, Paris
Mus., designated by Storer, 1956, Condor, vol. 58, p. 422).
LOWER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). FRANCE: Dept. Allier: couches a
Indusies, Langy (Milne-Edwards, 1867); Saint-Gerand-le-Puy (Lam-
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LOWER MIOCENE (Hydrobienkalke). GERMANY: Hesse: Weisenau
and Kastel Bruch (Lambrecht, 1933).
LOWER MIOCENE (Braunkohle von Skyritz). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Sky-
ritz (Lambrecht, 1933).

58. Querquedula integra A. H. Miller
Querquedula integra A. H. Miller, 1944 (June 22), Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., Bull.
Dept. Geol. Sci., vol. 27, no. 4, p. 90, fig. 4 (type from Flint Hill, right cora-
coid, Univ., Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 37370).
LowER MIOCENE (Rosebud formation). SOUTH DAKOTA: Bennett
County: Flint Hill, in SW V4, section 31, Township 37 N, Range 38 W,
9 mi. WSW of Martin.

59. Querquedula pullulans Brodkorb
Querquedula pullulans Brodkorb, 1961 (Nov. 7), Quart. Jour. Florida Acad. Sci.,
vol. 24, no. 3, p. 176, fig. 4 (type from Juntura, proximal part of left carpo-
metacarpus, Univ. Ore. Mus. Nat. Hist. no. F-6289).
LOWER PLIOCENE (Juntura formation). OREGON: Malheur County:
Juntura.
60. Querquedula lambrechti (Spillmann)
Archeoquerquedula lambrechti Spillmann, 1942, Proc. Eighth Amer. sci. Con-
gress, vol. 4, p. 387, fig. 9 (type from Rio Chico and Carolina Oil Company,
cranium and rostrum).
UPPER? PLEISTOCENE (Santa Elena asphalt sands). ECUADOR: Santa
Elena peninsula: Rio Chico and Carolina Oil Company camp.


Genus Nettion Kaup
Nettion Kaup, 1829, Skizz. Entw. Gesch. Nat. Syst. Europ. Thierw., pp. 95, 196
(type Anas crecca Linnaeus).

61. Nettion velox (Milne-Edwards)

Anas velox Milne-Edwards, 1867, Oiseaux fossiles France, vol. 1, sheet 19, p. 150,
pl. 26, figs. 1-18 (types from Sansan, left coracoid, proximal part of left ulna,
left carpometacarpus, distal end of right tibiotarsus).
UPPER MIOCENE (Helvetian). FRANCE: Dept. Gers: colline de San-
san. Records from Germany (von Ammon, 1918, Abh. Naturw. Ver.
Regensburg, vol. 12, p. 10; Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p.
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62. Nettion eppelsheimense (Lambrecht)

Anas eppelsheimensis Lambrecht, 1933, Handbuch Palaeorn., p. 362, fig. 124
(type from Eppelsheim, fragmentary coracoid, Mus. Preussischen Geologischen
Landesanstalt, Berlin).

LOWER PLIOCENE (Dinotheriensande). GERMANY: Rheinhessen:
Eppelsheim.
63. Nettion green Brodkorb

Nettion green Brodkorb, 1964 (April 27), Quart. Jour. Florida Acad. Sci., vol. 27,
no. 1, p. 55, fig. 1 (type from Rice ranch, distal half of right humerus, S. Dakota
School of Mines and Tech. no. 63576).
LOWER PLIOCENE (lower part of Ash Hollow formation). SouTH
DAKOTA: Bennett County: D. C. Rice ranch, 3 miles NE of Tuthill.

64. Nettion ogallalae Brodkorb

Nettion ogallalae Brodkorb, 1962 (Dec. 5), Quart. Jour. Florida Acad. Sci., vol.
25, no. 2, p. 157, fig. 1 (type from Section 15, distal half of left humerus, Univ.
Mich. Mus. Paleo. no. 41458).

LOWER PLIOCENE (Ogallala formation). KANSAS: Trego County:
SW corner, section 15, Township 11 S, Range 22 W, 6Vz miles NE
of Wakeeney.
65. Nettion bunkeri Wetmore

Nettion bunkeri Wetmore, 1944 (May 15), Univ. Kansas Sci. Bull., vol. 30, pt. 1,
no. 9, p. 92, figs. 1-3 (type from Rexroad ranch, right carpometacarpus, Univ.
Kansas Mus. no. 3982).

MIDDLE PLIOCENE (McKay reservoir beds). OREGON: Umatilla
County: McKay Reservoir (Brodkorb, 1958, Condor, vol. 60, p. 252).
MIDDLE PLIOCENE (Hemphill formation). TEXAS: Hemphill County:
Coffee ranch? (Compton, 1934, Condor, vol. 36, p. 40).
UPPER PLIOCENE (Rexroad formation). KANSAS: Meade County:
Rexroad ranch, locality 3, section 22, Township 33 S, Range 29 W
(Wetmore, 1944).
LOWER PLEISTOCENE (San Pedro Valley formation). ARIZONA: Co-
chise County: 2 miles S of Benson (Wetmore, 1944).
LOWER PLEISTOCENE (Hagerman Lake beds). IDAHO: Gooding
County: near Hagerman (Wetmore, 1933, Smithsonian misc. Coll.,
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66. Nettion elapsum DeVis
Anas elapsa DeVis, 1888, Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. Wales, vol. 3, no. 2, p. 1281,
pl. 33, figs. 4a-c (types from River Condamine, left tibia, proximal part left
femur).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Chinchilla beds). AUSTRALIA: Queensland:
north bank of River Condamine, 3 miles from Chinchilla.

67. Nettion gracilipes DeVis
Anas gracilipes DeVis, 1905 (Sept. 30), Ann. Queensland Mus., no. 6, p. 14, pl. 4,
figs. 4-5 (types left coracoid from Lower Cooper, right tarsometatarsus from
Kalamurina).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Malkuni fauna, Katipiri sands). AUSTRALIA:
South Australia: Lower Cooper and Kalamurina E of Lake Eyre.

68. Nettion strenuum (DeVis)
Anas (Nettium) strenua DeVis, 1905 (Sept. 30), Ann. Queensland Mus., no. 6,
p. 15, pl. 4, figs. 6-7 (types from Patteramordu, proximal and distal parts of
left humerus).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Malkuni fauna, Katipiri sands). AUSTRALIA:
South Australia: Patteramordu.

Genus t Eoneornis Ameghino
Eoneornis Ameghino, 1895, Bol. Inst. geog. argentino, vol. 15, cahiers 11-12, p. 95
(type by monotypy Eoneornis australis Ameghino).

69. Eoneornis australis Ameghino
Eoneornis australis Ameghino, 1895, Bol. Inst. geog. argentino, vol. 15, cahiers 11-
12, p. 95, fig. 39 (type from Monte Observaci6n, distal part of radius, Brit.
Mus.).
MIDDLE MIOCENE (Santa Cruz formation). ARGENTINA: Terr. Santa
Cruz: Monte Observaci6n.

Genus fEutelornis Ameghino
Eutelornis Ameghino, 1895, Bol. Inst. geog. argentino, vol. 15, cahiers 11-12,
p. 96 (type by monotypy Eutelornis patagonicus Ameghino).

70. Eutelornis patagonicus Ameghino
Eutdlornis patagonicus Ameghino, 1895, Bol. Inst. geog. argentino, vol. 15,
cahiers 11-12, p. 96, fig. 40 (types from Monte Observaci6n, distal part of
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MIDDLE MIOCENE (Santa Cruz formation). ARGENTINA; Terr. Santa
Cruz: Monte Observaci6n.

Genus Nettapus Brandt
Nettapus Brandt, 1836, Descriptiones et icones avium Rossicor. nov., fasc. 1, p. 5
(type Anas aurita Boddaert).

71. Nettapus anatoides (Deperet)
Anser anatoides Dep6ret, 1890, Mem. Soc. geol. France, vol. 3, p. 129, pl. 13,
fig. 1 (type from Fort-du-Serrat-d'en Vacquer, tibiotarsus, Univ. Lyon?).
UPPER PLIOCENE (Rousillon beds, Astian). FRANCE: Dept. Pyr-
6nnies-Orientales: Fort-du-Serrat-d'en Vacquer, in Rousillon basin
near Perpignan.

72. Nettapus eyrensis DeVis
Nettapus eyrensis DeVis, 1905 (Sept. 30), Ann. Queensland Mus., no. 6, p. 16,
pi. 4, figs. 9-10 (type from Lower Cooper, upper part of right coracoid, distal
part of right humerus).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Malkuni fauna, Katipiri sands). AUSTRALIA:
South Australia: Lower Cooper River at east end of Lake Eyre.

Genus Sarkidiornis Eyton
Sarkidiornis Eyton, 1838, Monogr. Anatidae, p. 20 (type Anser melanotos Pen-
nant).

73. Sarkidiornis mauritianus Newton and Gadow
Sarkidiornis mauritianus E. T. Newton and Gadow, 1893, Trans. zool. Soc. Lon-
don, vol. 13, p. 290, pl. 34, figs. 9-10 (type from Mare aux Songes, carpometa-
carpus, Cambridge Univ.).
QUATERNARY. MAURITIUS: Mare aux Songes.

Genus fPachyanas Oliver
Pachyanas Oliver, 1955, N. Zealand Birds, ed. 2, p. 599 (type by original desig-
nation Pachyanas chathamica Oliver).

74. Pachyanas chathamica Oliver
Pachyanas chathamica Oliver, 1955, N. Zealand Birds, ed. 2, p. 599, fig. (type
from Chatham Island, cranium, Canterbury Mus.).
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Subfamily AYTHYNAE (Delacour and Mayr)
Fuligulinae Swainson, 1831 (February 1832?), Fauna boreali-americana, pt. 2,
fide Gray (type Fuligula Stephens, 1824, a junior synonym of Aythya Boie,
before May, 1822).
Marilinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. VIII
(type Marila Reichenbach, 1852, a junior synonym of Aythya Boie).
Nyrocinae Peters, 1931, Check-list of birds of the world, vol. 1, pp. xv, 173 (type
Nyroca Fleming, before July 1822, a synonym of Aythya Boie).
Aythinini Delacour and Mayr, 1945 (March 31), Wilson Bull., vol. 57, no. 1,
p. 26 (tribe; type Aythya Boie).-Aythyinae American Ornithologists' Union,
1946 (July 24), Auk, vol. 63, no. 3, p. 429 (subfamily).


Genus Aythya Boie
Aythya Boie, 1822 (before May), Tagebl. Ges. deutsch. Naturforsch. Arzte, p. 351
(type Anas maria Linnaeus).

75. Aythya arvernensis (Lydekker)
Fuligula arvernensis Lydekker, 1891 (April 25), Cat. Foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p. 122,
(types from Puy-de-Dome, right humerus, fragmentary ulna, Brit. Mus. no.
A.159).
LOWER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). FRANCE: Dept. Allier: Puy-de-
Dome.

76. Aythya meyerii (Milne-Edwards)
Anas meyerii Milne-Edwards, 1867, Oiseaux fossiles France, vol. 1, sheet 16, p.
129 (type from Ohningen, crushed tarsometatarsus and foot, Brit. Mus. no.
42805).
UPPER MIOCENE (Oehninger Kalk). SWITZERLAND: Oehningen.


77. Aythya aretina (Portis)
Fuligula aretina Portis, 1889, Mem. Ist. Firenze, p. 4, pi. 1, figs. 1-10 (types from
Montecarlo and Strette, shaft of femur, distal end of tarsometatarsus, proximal
end of carpometacarpus, furculum, 2 cervical vertebrae, Florence Mus.).
UPPER PLIOCENE (Stellicione or Valdarno superior, Astian age).
ITALY: Tuscany: Montecarlo in Arno Valley; Strette near Terranuova.


78. Aythya sepulta (Portis)
Fuligula sepulta Portis, 1889, Mem. Ist. Firenze, p. 9, pl. 1, figs. 11-23 (type from
Montecarlo, furculum, coracoid, ulna, radius, carpometacarpus, cervical verte-
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UPPER PLIOCENE (Astian). ITALY: Tuscany: Montecarlo in Arno
Valley.
79. Aythya robusta (DeVis)
Nyroca robusta DeVis, 1888, Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. Wales, ser. 2, vol. 3, p. 1278,
pl. 33, fig. 1-2 (types from River Condamine, distal half of right humerus, prox-
imal end of ulna, left coracoid).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Chinchilla beds). AUSTRALIA: Queensland:
north bank of River Condamine, 3 miles from Chinchilla.

80. Aythya reclusa (DeVis)
Nyroca reclusa DeVis, 1888, Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. Wales, ser. 2, vol. 3, p. 1292,
pl. 33, fig. 3 (type from River Condamine, left coracoid).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Chinchilla beds). AUSTRALIA: Queensland:
north bank of River Condamine, 3 miles from Chinchilla.

81. Aythya effodiata (DeVis)
Nyroca effodiata DeVis, 1905 (Sept. 30), Ann. Queensland Mus., no. 6, p. 15,
pl. 14, fig. 8 (type from Wurdulumankula, distal end of right humerus).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Malkuni fauna, Katipiri sands). AUSTRALIA:
South Australia: Wurdulumankula, east of Lake Eyre.



Subfamily fPARANYROCINAE (A. H. Miller and Compton)1
Paranyrocidae A. H. Miller and Compton, 1939 (July 15), Condor, vol. 41, no. 4,
p. 153 (type Paranyroca A. H. Miller and Compton).


Genus fParanyroca A. H. Miller and Compton
Paranyroca A. H. Miller and Compton, 1939 (July 15), Condor, vol. 41, no. 4,
p. 153 (type Paranyroca magna Miller and Compton).

82. Paranyroca magna A. H. Miller and Compton
Paranyroca magna A. H. Miller and Compton, 1939 (July 15), Condor, vol. 41,
no. 4, p. 153, fig. 34 (type from Flint Hill, left tarsometatarsus, Univ. Calif.
Mus. Paleo. no. 34456).
LOWER MIOCENE (Rosebud formation). SOUTH DAKOTA: Bennett
County: Flint Hill, 9 miles WSW of Martin.

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Subfamily MERGINAE (Swainson)
Merganinae Swainson, 1831 (Feb. 1832?), Fauna boreali-americana, pt. 2, fide
Gray (type Mergus Linnaeus).-Merginae Bonaparte, 1838 (April 14), Geog.
comp. list birds Eur. N. Amer., p. 59.
Clangulinae Reichenbach, 1849, fide Gray (type Clangula Leach).
Somaterinae Reichenbach, 1849, fide Gray (type Somateria Leach); "1850" (after
Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. VIII.
Hareldinae Reichenbach, "1850" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p. VIII
(type Harelda Stephens, 1824, a junior synonym of Clangula Leach, 1819).
Oidemiae Bonaparte, 1854, Ann. Sci. nat. (Paris), vol. 1, p. 47 (section; type
Oidemia Fleming, before July 1822, a synonym of Melanitta Boie, before May
1822).
Genus fOcyplonessa Brodkorb
Ocyplonessa Brodkorb, 1961 (Nov. 7), Quart. Jour. Florida Acad. Sci., vol. 24, no.
3, p. 177 (type by original designation Ocyplonessa shotwelli Brodkorb).

83. Ocyplonessa shotwelli Brodkorb
Ocyplonessa shotwelli Brodkorb, 1961 (Nov. 7), Quart. Jour. Florida Acad. Sci.,
vol. 24, no. 3, p. 178, fig. 5 (type from Juntura, distal part of left tarsometatar-
sus, Univ. Ore. Mus. Nat. Hist. nos. F-10485 and F-11291).

LOWER PLIOCENE (Juntura formation). OREGON: Malheur County:
Juntura.
Genus Bucephala Baird
Bucephala Baird, 1858, Reports of explorations and survey . for a railroad ..
to the Pacific, vol. 9, pp. L, 788, 795, (type Anas albeola Linnaeus).

84. Bucephala ossivallis Brodkorb
Bucephala ossivallis Brodkorb, 1955 (Nov. 30), Florida geol. Surv. Rept. Invest.,
no. 14, p. 18, figs. 16-17 (type from Brewster, upper part of left coracoid, Brod-
korb no. 172).
LOWER PLIOCENE (Bone Valley formation). FLORIDA: Polk County:
Brewster.
85. Bucephala fossilis Howard
Bucephala fossilis Howard, 1963 (Dec. 30), Los Angeles County Mus., Contribu-
tions in Science, no. 73, p. 11, pl. 1, figs. A-C (type from Arroyo Tapiado, proxi-
mal end of carpometacarpus, Los Angeles Co. Mus. no. 2787).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (upper part of Palm Spring formation). CAL-
IFORNIA: San Diego County: Arroyo Tapiado. Bucephala sp. (Brod-
korb, 1961, Quart. Jour. Florida Acad. Sci., vol. 24, no. 8, p. 180),
from the Lower Pleistocene Hagerman lake beds, Idaho, possibly be-
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Genus IChendytes L. Miller
Chendytes L. Miller, 1925 (July 15), Condor, vol. 27, no. 4, p. 145 (type by mon-
otypy Chendytes lawi Miller).

86. Chendytes miller Howard
Chendytes miller Howard, 1955 (May 25), Condor, vol. 57, no. 3, p. 137, fig. la,
d-g, i; fig. 2b-c; fig. 3 (type from Coney Point, right humerus, Los Angeles Mus.
no. 2364).
LOWER PLEISTOCENE (San Pedro formation). CALIFORNIA: San
Nicolas Island: near Coney Point.

87. Chendytes lawi L. Miller
Chendytes lawi L. Miller, 1925 (July 15), Condor, vol. 27, no. 4, p. 145, fig. 40
(type from Santa Monica, tibiotarsus, Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo.).
LOWER PLEISTOCENE (San Pedro formation). CALIFORNIA: Ventura
County: Sexton Canyon (L. Miller, 1934, Science, n.s., vol. 80, p. 141).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Palos Verdes sands). CALIFORNIA: Los An-
geles County: Santa Monica (L. Miller, 1925); San Pedro (L. Miller,
1930, Condor, vol. 32, p. 117); Playa del Rey = Del Rey Hills (How-
ard, 1936, Condor, vol. 38, p. 212); Bixby Slough in Hermosa Beach
(Howard, 1944, Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 43, pt. 2, p. 74); Lomita
(Howard, 1955, Condor, vol. 57, p. 135); Vermont and Sepulveda
boulevards in Los Angeles (Howard, 1955); Palos Verdes (Howard,
1955). Orange County: Newport Bay (Howard, 1947, Los Angeles
Co. Mus. Quart., vol. 6, no. 2, p. 8).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (marine terrace). CALIFORNIA: Ventura Coun-
ty: West Anacapa Island (L. Miller, Mitchell, and Lipps, 1961, Contr.
Sci. Los Angeles Co. Mus., no. 43, p. 3, pl. 1-2).
RECENT (kitchen middens). CALIFORNIA: San Nicolas Island: Mal-
aga Cove (Howard, 1955).



Subfamily OXYURINAE J. C. Phillips
Erismaturinae Reichenbach, "1830" (after Oct. 1, 1852), Avium syst. nat., p.
VIII (type Erismatura Bonaparte, 1832, a junior synonym of Oxyura Bonaparte,
1828).
Oxyurinae J. C. Phillips, 1926, Nat, hist. ducks, vol. 4, p. 201 (type Oxyura Bona-
parte).


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Genus Oxyura Bonaparte
Oxyura Bonaparte, 1828, Ann. Lye. nat. Hist. N. Y., vol. 2, p. 390 (type Anas
rubidus Wilson).
88. Oxyura bessomi Howard
Oxyura bessomi Howard, 1963 (Dec. 30), Los Angeles County Mus., Contributions
in Science, no. 73, p. 13, pl. 1, figs. D-E (type from Vallecito Creek, left carpo-
metacarpus, Los Angeles Co. Mus. no. 2785).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (upper part of Palm Spring formation). CAL-
IFORNIA: San Diego County: south side of Vallecito Creek and Arroyo
Tapiado (Howard, 1963).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (Seymour formation). TEXAS: Knox County:
O. L. Patterson ranch (Univ. Michigan).


Genus Biziura Stephens
Biziura Stephens, 1824, Shaw's gen. Zool., vol. 12, pt. 2, p. 221 (type Anas lobata
Shaw).
89. Biziura exhumata DeVis
Biziura exhumata DeVis, 1889, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland, vol. 6, p. 55 (type
from Darling Downs, left tarsometatarsus).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Chinchilla beds). AUSTRALIA: Queensland:
Darling Downs (DeVis, 1889).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Malkuni fauna, Katipiri sands). AUSTRALIA:
South Australia: Malkuni; east of Pirani (DeVis, 1905, Ann. Queens-
land Mus., no. 6, p. 14, figs. 1-3).


Subfamily MERGANETTINAE Bonaparte
Merganetteae Bonaparte, 1853 (read Oct. 31), C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, vol. 37,
no. 18, p. 646 (section); type Merganetta Gould).-Merganettinae Bonaparte,
1854, Ann. Sci. nat. (Paris), vol. 1, p. 47 (sous-famille).
No fossil record.



Subfamily ANSERANATINAE (Stejneger)
Anseranatidae Stejneger, 1885, Stand. nat. hist., vol. 4, p. 138 (family; type An-
seranas Lesson).-Anseranatinae Salvadori, 1895, Cat. birds Brit. Mus., vol. 27,
p. 44 (subfamily).
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Neospecies of Anatidae from Pleistocene and *prehistoric sites:

Subfamily CYGNINAE:
1. Cygnus olor (Gmelin). IRELAND: Castlepook fens (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 743). ENGLAND: Southern Fen? (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis, p.
390); Cambridge (Lambrecht, 1933). DENMARK: Maglemose and *Vangede
Brogaards Mose (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen,
vol. 6, p. 79). GERMANY: Weimar-Taubach (Lambrecht, 1933). PORTUGAL:
Grotte de Furninha? (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli (Lambrecht,
1933). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Cygnus olor bergmanni Serebrovsky, Dec. 20,
1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 472; type pelvis, Azerbai-
jan Acad. Sci.).
2. Cygnus atratus (Latham). NEW ZEALAND: *subfossil (Dawson, 1958, XV
internal. Congr. Zool., sect. V, paper 22, p. 1).
3. Olor cygnus (Linnaeus). IRELAND: Dungarvan (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis, p.
390); Edenvale Cave (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 743). ENGLAND:
Grays, Essex (Milne-Edwards, 1867, Ois. Foss. France, vol. 1, p. 157); Ilford and
Cambridgeshire (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis, p. 390); Southery Fen in Norfolk (Lydek-
ker, 1891, Cat. Foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p. 107); Burwell and Glastonbury (Lam-
brecht, 1933). DENMARK: Fannerup, Mejlgaard, Aamoelle, Hadsund, Visborg
Bjergbakke, Havnoe, Krabbesholm, Aasted, Virksund, Erteboelle, Blegkilde,
Gudumlund, Vester Ulslev, Klintesoe, Jaegerspris, Haraldsborg, Havelse, Soelager,
Scjroc, Ocrum Aa, Aalborg, Svendborg, Uggerslevgaard, *Ettang Vig, 'Vejleby,
*Borrebjerg, *Vordingborg, *Kolding Fjord, and *Radbjerg Mose (H. Winge,
1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 81). FRANCE:
Grotte d'Arcy-sur-Cure (Milne-Edwards, 1867, p. 156); Grotte Goudan, Mad-
elaine, and Massat (Lambrecht, 1933, p. 734). MONACO: Grottes de Menton
(Lambrecht, 1933, p. 744). ITALY: Grotta dei Colombi? (Regalia, 1893, Arch.
Antrop. Etnol., vol. 23, pp. 262, 265, 340). MALTA: Har Dalam cavern (Bate,
1916, Proc. zool. Soc. London, pp. 422, 427). SWITZERLAND: Kesslerloch, Schaaf-
hausen, and *Robenhausen (Lambrecht, 1933, p. 743). GERMANY: Upper Schwa-
bia, Hohlefels, and Andernach (Lambrecht, 1933). FINLAND: Ladogasee (Lam-
brecht, 1933).
4. Olor buccinator (Richardson). ALASKA: *Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1935,
Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 25, p. 47). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Shufeldt,
1913, Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, pp. 150, 156). IOWA: *Mill Creek
(Hamon, 1961, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 209). ILLINOIS: Aurora (Wetmore,
1935, Wilson Bull., vol. 47, p. 237); *Kingston (Baker, 1936, Trans. Illinois State
Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245); *James Ramey mound at Cahokia and *Powell mound
(Baker, 1941, Trans. Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 66); *Fisher site and
*Snyders site (Parmalee, 1958, Auk, vol. 75, p. 171). OHIO: *Kettle Hill cave
(Goslin, 1955, Ohio Jour. Sci., vol. 55, p. 359). FLORIDA: Itchtucknee River
(Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 19).
5. Olor bewickii (Yarrell). IRELAND: Shandon cave? (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis,
p. 390). ENGLAND: Newport (Lydekker, 1891, Cat. Foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p.
108); *Colchester (Bate, 1934, Ibis, p. 391). DENMARK: Fannerup, Mejlgaard,
Havnoe, Erteboelle, Gudumlund, Havelse, Soelager, Oerum Aa, Aalborg, Ug-
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Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 80). SWITZERLAND: Thayingen (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb,
Palaeorn., p. 743).
6. Olor columbianus (Ord). ALASKA: *St. Lawrence Island and *Bonasila
(Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, pp. 89, 237); *Kodiak
Island (Friedmann, 1935, op. cit., vol. 25, p. 47); *Little Kiska (Friedmann, 1937,
op cit., vol. 27, p. 436). CALIFORNIA: McKittrick (L. Miller, 1935, Condor, vol.
37, p. 75); Rancho La Brea (Howard, 1936, Condor, vol. 38, p. 34); *Buena Vista
Lake (DeMay, 1942, Condor, vol. 44, p. 228). IDAHO: Hagerman (A. H. Miller,
1948, Condor, vol. 50, p. 132). NORTH DAKOTA: *Riggs site (L. Miller, 1961,
Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 60, pt. 3, p. 125). ILLINOIS: OKingston (Baker,
1936, Trans. Illinois State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245); *James Ramey mound at
Cahokia (Baker, 1941, Trans. Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 66); *Modoc rock
shelter (Parmalee, 1956, Illinois State Mus., Rept. Invest., no. 4, p. 53). FLORIDA:
Seminole Field in St. Petersburg (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol.
85, no. 2, p. 18); Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 340). Records
from Fossil Lake, Oregon, are erroneous (fide Howard, 1946, Carnegie Instn.
Washington Publ., no. 551, pp. 159, 190).
7. Coscoroba coscoroba (Molina). ARGENTINA: Lujan (Ameghino, 1891, Rev.
arg. Hist. nat., vol. 1, p. 446).

Subfamily ANSERINAE:
8. Anser caerulescens (Linnaeus).' OREGON: Fossil Lake (includes Anser
hypsibatus Cope, 1878, Bull. geol. geogr. Surv. Terr., vol. 4, no. 2, p. 387, type
left tarsometatarsus, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. no. 3539B; see Howard, 1946, Car-
negie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551, pp. 167, 190, pl. 2, fig. 4). CALIFORNIA:
McKittrick (L. Miller, 1925, Univ. Calif. Publ. geol. Sci., vol. 15, p. 314); Rancho
La Brea (Howard, 1936, Condor, vol. 38, p. 34); "Buena Vista Lake (DeMay,
1942, Condor, vol. 44, p. 228). ARIZONA: *Turkey Tank Caves (Hargrave, 1939,
Condor, vol. 41, p. 207). IDAHO: American Falls (Brodkorb, 1963, Quart. Jour.
Florida Acad. Sci., vol. 26, p. 280). KANSAS: Shorts Creek (Stettenheim, 1958,
Wilson Bull., vol. 70, p. 197). IOWA: *Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961, Plains Anthro-
pologist, vol. 6, p. 209). ILLINOIS: *James Ramey mound at Cahokia (Baker, 1941,
Trans. Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 66); *Modoc rock shelter (Parmalce,
1956. Illinois State Mus., Rept. Invest., no. 4, p. 52). GEORGIA: *Etowah site
(Parmalee, 1960, Florida Anthropologist, vol. 8, p. 49). ST. CROIx: *Concordia
(Wetmore, 1937, Jour. Agr. Univ. Puerto Rico, vol. 21, p. 7).
9. Anser rossii Cassin. ALASKA: *Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1935, Jour.
Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 25, p. 47). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Howard, 1946, Car-
negie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551, p. 166). CALIFORNIA: Rancho La Brea?
(Howard, 1936, Condor, vol. 38, p. 34); *Buena Vista Lake? (DeMay, 1942, Con-
dor, vol. 44, p. 228).
10. Anser anser (Linnaeus). SCOTLAND: *Ardrossan, Dairy (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 741). ENGLAND: Grays? (Lydekker, 1891, Cat. Foss. Birds
Brit. Mus., p. 103); Cambridge, Norfolk, and Salisbury (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis,
p. 389); Forest bed of West Runton, Langwith Bassett Cave, Chudleigh Cave,
Ightham caves, Lawford, Castlepook, *Glastonbury? *Silchester, and *Fisherton
(Lambrecht, 1933). NORWAY: Vardo (Lambrecht, 1933). DENMARK: Mejlgaard,

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Asmoelle, Ertebocllc, Blcgkildc, Gudumlund, Klintesoe, Oerum Aa, Aalborg,
Uggerslev, Lejre Aa, Vejleby, Borrebjerg, *Silkeborg, *Barsmark, *Kolding Fjord,
*Dalsgaardem, *Faarup, *Jordloese, "Vangede Brogaard, and *Ordrup Mose (H.
Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 87).
FRANCE: Saint-Acheul (Milne-Edwards, 1867, Ois. foss. France, vol. 1, p. 163).
ITALY: Grotta Romanelli and Grotta dei Colombi (Lambrecht, 1933). SWITZER-
LAND: Kesslerloch, Schweizerbild, and *Schaffhausen (Lambrecht, 1933). GER-
MANY: Weimar-Taubach? and fissures near Ulm and Schelklingen (Lambrecht,
1933). AUSTRIA: Schusterlucke (Lambrecht, 1933). HUNGARY: Takacs-Menyh6rt
Cave (Kormos, 1917, BarlangkutatAs, vol. 5, pp. 18, 62); *Ilallstatt and *Merk
(Lambrecht, 1933). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Predmost, Ludmirau, and Certova dira
(Capek, 1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, pp. 938, 939, 941); Vypustek,
Zuzlavitz, Kostelik, Kulna, and Holubic (Lambrecht, 1933). AZERBAIJAN: Bin-
agada? (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p.
473).
11. Anser albifrons (Scopoli). IRELAND: Kesh Cave, Edenvale Cave, and
Newhall Cave (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 741). ENGLAND: Langwith
Bassett Cave (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY: Grotta dei Colombi? (Lambrecht, 1933).
CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Certova dira (Capek, 1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr.
Berlin, p. 941). HUNGARY: Remetehegy (Lambrecht, 1914, Aquila, vol. 21, p. 89);
*Devencze Cave (Lambrecht, 1933). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941,
Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 473). ALASKA: *St. Lawrence
Island, *Amaknak Island, and *Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington
Acad. Sci., vol. 24, pp. 89, 231, 234); *Little Kiska and *Attu Island (Friedmann,
1937, op. cit., vol. 27, pp. 436, 438); *Cape Prince of Wales (Friedmann, 1941, op.
cit., vol. 31, p. 406). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Shufeldt, 1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci.
Philadelphia, vol. 9, p. 408). CALIFORNIA: San Pedro (L. Miller, 1914, Univ. Calif.
Publ. Geol., vol. 8, p. 36); Rancho La Brea (Howard, 1936, Condor, vol. 38, p. 36);
Newport Bay? (Howard, 1949, Condor, vol. 51, p. 21); *Buena Vista Lake (DeMay,
1942, Condor, vol. 44, p. 228). NEW MEXICo: Shelter Cave? (Howard, 1962, Con-
dor, vol. 64, p. 242).
12. Anser erythropus (Linnaeus). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli and Grotta del
Castello di Termini Imerese? (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., pp. 742, 929).
13. Anser fabalis (Latham). IRELAND: Shandon Cave? (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis,
p. 389). ENGLAND: Kent's Hole Cavern and Brixham Cave (Lydekker, 1891, Cat.
Foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p. 103). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli, Terramare del Castel-
laccio di Termini Imolese, Grotta dei Colombi?, and Colle Quirinale? (Lambrecht,
1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 741). MALTA: caves (Lambrecht, 1933). SWITZER-
LAND: *Robenhausen (Lambrecht, 1933). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Predmost? (Capek,
1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, p. 938); Volyn and Zechovitz (Lam-
brecht, 1933). HUNGARY: Palffy cave (Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila, vol. 20, p. 427);
*Pilisszanto, alluvium (Lambrecht, 1915, Mitteil. Jahrb. Kon. Ungar. Geol. Reich-
sanstalt. vol. 23, p. 479); *Devencze cave (Lambrecht, 1933).
14. Anser neglectus Sushkin. SWEDEN: *Sundswall? (Lambrccht 1933, Handb.
Palaeorn., p. 742).
15. Anser brachyrhynchus Baillon. ITALY: Grotta Romanelli? (Lambrecht,
1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 741).
16. Cygnopsis cygnoid (Linnaeus). CHINA: Honan (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb.
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17. Branta bernicla (Linnaeus).' ENGLAND: Walthamstow and Kirkdale Cave
(Lydekker, 1819, Cat. Foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p. 105); Clevedon Cave (Lam-
brecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeron., p. 742). DENMARK: Mejlgaard, Havnoe, Erte-
boelle, Gudumlund, Soelager, and *Kolding Fjord (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk.
Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 88). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli?
(Lambrecht, 1933). MALTA: Har Dalam cavern (Bate, 1916, Proc. zool. Soc.
London, p. 426); Zebbug Cave (Lambrecht, 1933). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Predmost?
(Capek, 1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, p. 938). HUNGARY: Puska-
poros (Lambrecht, 1916, BarlangkutatAs, vol. 4, p. 205). ALASKA: "St. Lawrence
Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, p. 89); *Kodiak
Island (Friedmann, 1935, op. cit., vol. 25, p. 47); *Little Kiska Island, *Atka
Island, and *Attu Island (Friedmann, 1937, op. cit., vol. 27, pp. 436-438); *Cape
Prince of Wales (Friedmann, 1941, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 406). OREGON: Fossil
Lake (Shufeldt, 1913, Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, p. 147). CALIFORNIA:
San Pedro (Howard, 1949, Condor, vol. 51, pp. 21, 27); Rancho La Brea (Howard,
1962, Los Angeles County Mus., Contr. in Sci., no. 58, pp. 7, 20). FLORIDA:
*Green Mound (Hamon, 1959, Auk, vol. 76, p. 533).
18. Branta leucopsis (Bechstein). IRELAND: Shandon Cave? (Lydekker, 189]
Ibis, p. 390). GIBRALTAR: Forbes quarry? (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn.,
p. 742). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli (Lambrecht, 1933). MALTA: Har Dalam
cavern (Bate, 1916, Proc. zool. Soc. London, p. 426); Benghisa Gap, Musta Ra-
vine, and Ta Gandia fissure (Lambrecht, 1933).
19. Branta canadensis (Linnaeus). ALASKA: "St. Lawrence Island and "Cape
Denbeigh (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, pp. 89, 237);
*Cape Prince of Wales (Friedmann, 1941, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 405). OREGON:
Fossil Lake (Shufeldt, 1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol. 9, p. 408).
CALIFORNIA: Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1909, Univ. Calif. Publ. Geol., vol. 5,
p. 306); Potter Creek Cave (L. Miller, 1911, op. cit., vol. 6, p. 396); San Pedro
(L. Miller, 1914, op. cit., vol. 8, p. 36); Mission San Jose (Shufeldt, 1915, Trans.
Connecticut Acad. Arts Sci., vol. 19, p. 64); McKittrick? (L. Miller, 1935, Condor,
vol. 37, p. 75); Santa Rosa Island (Howard, 1944, Bull. south. Calif. Acad. Sci.,
vol. 43, pt. 2, p. 74); Newport Bay? (Howard, 1949, Condor, vol. 51, p. 21);
Manix Lake (Howard, 1955, U. S. geol. Surv. prof. Paper 264-J, p. 203); Irving-
ton (Wetmore, 1956, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 131, no. 5, p. 26); *Buena
Vista Lake (DeMay, 1942, Condor, vol. 44, p. 228). NEVADA: Rattlesnake Hill
(Wetmore, 1940, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 99, no. 4, p. 20); Smith Creek Cave
(Howard, 1952, Bull. south. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 54). UTAH:
"Poncho IIouse (IIargrave, 1939, Condor, vol. 41, p. 207). ARIZONA: "Turkey
Tank and 'Winona Village (Hargrave, 1939). NEW MEXICO: Conkling Cavern
(Howard and A. H. Miller, 1933, Condor, vol. 35, p. 15). NORTH DAKOTA:
"Thomas Riggs site and "Huff site (L. Miller, 1961, Bull. south. Calif. Acad. Sci.,
vol. 60, pt. 3, p. 125). MINNESOTA: St. Paul (Wetmore, 1958, Smithsonian misc.
Coll., vol. 135, no. 8, p. 6). IOWA: *Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961, Plains Anthropolo-
gist, vol. 6, p. 209). ILLINOIS: "Kingston (Baker, 1936, Trans. Illinois State Acad.
Sci., vol. 29, p. 245); *Powell mound, *James Ramey mound at Cahokia, and
"Plum Island (Baker, 1941, Trans. Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 66); "Modoc
rock shelter (Parmalee, 1956, Illinois State Mus., Rept. Invest., no. 4, p. 52).
NOVA SCOTIA: 'Port Jollie (Halifax Museum). GEORGIA: "Etowah site (Parma-

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lee, 1960, Florida Anthropologist, vol. 8, p. 49). FLORIDA: Seminole Field in St.
Petersburg, Melbourne, and Itchtucknee River (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian
misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 19); Haile (Ligon, in press); Wakulla Spring (Brod-
korb coll.). Record from Santa Monica, California, is erroneous (fide L. Miller
and DeMay, 1942, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 47, p. 59).
20. Branta ruficollis (Pallas). HUNGARY: Balla cave? (Lambrecht, 1912,
Aquila, vol. 19, p. 273); PAlffy cave (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 742).
21. Philacte canagica (Sevastianoff). ALASKA: *St. Lawrence Island (Fried-
mann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, p. 89); *Kodiak Island (Fried-
mann, 1935, op. cit., vol. 25, p. 47); *Dutch Harbor, *Little Kiska Island, *Atka
Island, and *Attu Island (Friedmann, 1937, op. cit., vol. 27, pp. 435-438); *Cape
Prince of Wales (Friedmann, 1941, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 406).

Subfamily DENDROCYGNINAE:
22. Dendrocygna viduata (Linnaeus). VENEZUELA: *Los Tamarindos, *Haci-
enda Tocor6n, and *Cascabel (Wetmore, 1935, Auk, vol. 52, p. 329). BRAZIL:
Lapa da Escrivania? and Lapa da Lagoa do Sumidouro? (Winge, 1887, E Museo
Lundii, vol. 1, pt. 2, p. 19).
23. Dendrocygna bicolor (Vieillot). VENEZUELA: *Los Tamarindos (Wet-
more, 1935, Auk, vol. 52, p. 329).
24. Dendrocygna autumnalis (Linnaeus). PUERTO RICO: *Barrio Cafias (Wet-
more, 1938, Auk, vol. 55, p. 53). VENEZUELA: "Los Tamarindos and "Hacienda
Tocor6n (Wetmore, 1935, Auk, vol. 52, p. 329).
25. Dendrocygna arborea (Linnaeus). PUERTO Rico: "Cueva Torafio and
Cueva Clara (Wetmore, 1922, Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 46, p. 303);
*Barrio Cafias (Wetmore, 1938, Auk, vol. 55, p. 53).

Subfamily TADORNINAE:
26. Tadorna ferruginea (Pallas). IRELAND: Newhall Cave and Bantick Cave
(Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 740). SCOTLAND: "Ardrossan (Lambrecht,
1933). ENGLAND: Brixham Cave (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis, p. 390). PORTUGAL:
Grotte de Furninha (Lambrecht, 1933). MALTA: (Lambrecht, 1933).
27. Tadorna variegata (Gmelin). NEW ZEALAND: Waingongoro (Lydekker,
1891, Cat. Foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p. 111); "Pyramid Valley (Scarlett, 1955, Rec.
Canterbury Mus., vol. 6, p. 261).
28. Tadorna tadorna (Linnaeus). DENMARK: Soelager and "Borrebjerg (H.
Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 79).
SARDINIA: Cagliari (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 741). AZERBAIJAN:
Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk. S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8,
p. 473). MONGOLIA: Sjara-Osso-Col, Ordos (Bate, 1931, Pal. sinica, ser. C, vol.
6, fasc. 4. p. 41).
Subfamily ANATINAE:
29. Sarkidiornis sylvicola Ihering and Ihering. ARGENTINA: Lujan (Ameghino,
1891, Rev. arg. Hist. nat., vol. 1, p. 446).
30. Cairina moschata (Linnaeus). PANAMA: El Hatillo (Wetmore, 1956, Wil-
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Auk, vol. 52, p. 329). PERU (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 738). BRA-
ZIL: Lapa da Pedra dos Indios, Lapa da Lagoa do Sumidouro, and Lapa da Es-
crivania (0. Winge, 1887, E Museo Lundii, vol. 1, pt. 2, p. 22).
31. Chenonetta jubata (Latham). NEW ZEALAND: Eamsclough Cavern and
Timaru (Lydekker, 1891, Cat. Foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p. 106).
32. Aix sponsa (Linnaeus). ONTARIO: Hamilton (Wetmore, 1958, Smithson-
ian misc. Coll., vol. 135, no. 8, p. 9). KANSAS: Shorts Creek (Stettenheim, 1958,
Wilson, Bull., vol. 70, p. 198). ILLINOIS: *Kingston (Baker, 1936, Trans.
Illinois State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245); *Modoc rock shelter (Parmalee,
1956, Illinois State Mus., Rept. Invest., no. 4, p. 53). OHIO: *Canter caves (Gos-
lin, 1955, Ohio Jour. Sci., vol. 55, p. 361). FLORIDA: Rock Spring (Woolfenden,
1959, Wilson Bull., vol. 71, p. 185); Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963, Auk, vol.
80, p. 343); Haile (Ligon, in press); *Vero Beach (Weigel, 1963, Florida Geol.
Surv. Spec. Publ., no. 10, p. 27); *Goodman site (Wing, 1963, Contr. Florida
State Mus., no. 10, p. 56). Erroneous records include Kirkdale Cave, England
(fide Lydekker, 1891, Ibis, p. 391), and Fossil Lake, Oregon (fide Howard, 1946,
Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551, p. 191).
33. Malacorhynchus membraceus (Latham). NEW ZEALAND: "Pyramid Val-
ley? (Oliver, 1955, N. Zealand Birds, ed. 2, p. 600).
34. Anas platyrhynchos Linnaeus. IRELAND: Kesh Cave, Bantick Cave, Eden-
vale Cave, Newhall Cave, and Castlepook Cave? (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb.
Palaeorn., p. 738). ENGLAND: Cambridgeshire fens and Salisbury (Lydekker, 1891,
Ibis, p. 390); Grays Thurrock, Fisherton, Bielbacks, Kirkdale Cave, Clevedon,
Wye Cave, Chudleigh Cave, Igtham Cave, Burwell, Southery fens, Whiternsea,
and Walthamstow (Lambrecht, 1933). DENMARK: Fannerup, Mejlgaard, Erte-
boelle, Gudumlund, Vester Ulslev, Maglemose, Klintesoe, Soelager, Oerum Aa,
Munkholm, *Vejleby, *Borrebjerg, "Vordingborg, *Barsmark, *Oester Vandet
Most, *Erholms Mose, *Vimose, *Krogsboelle Mose, *Oexnebjerg, *Radbjerg
Mose, *Ladager Mose, OVangede Brogaards Mose, *Jaegersborg Mose, *Ordrup
Mose (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren., vol. 6, p. 78). BEL-
.IUM: Magrite, Naulette, Chaleux, Nutons, and Sureau holes (Lambrecht, 1933).
FRANCE: Montgodier and Bruniquel (Milne-Edwards, 1867, Ois. Foss. France,
vol. 1, p. 159); Gourdan and les Eyzies (Lambrccht, 1933). MONACO: Grottc de
Grimaldi and Grotte de Menton (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY: Grotta Cucigliana,
Grotte de Parignana, Caverna d'Equi, and Grotta dei Colombi? (Lambrecht,
1933). SARDINIA? (Giebel, 1847, Fauna der Vorwelt, vol. 1, pt. 2, p. 32).
CORSICA: Grotta de Funtanedu? (Lambrecht, 1933). MALTA: Musta ravine (Lam-
brecht, 1933). SWITZERLAND: Schweizersbild, Kesslerloch, Veyrier, Ettingen?,
*Moosseedorf, *Wauwill, 'Robenhausen, *Concise, and 'Szontagsee (Lambrecht,
1933). GERMANY: Lahn Valley? (Lydekker, 1891, Cat. Foss. Birds Brit. Mus.,
p. 114); Thiede bei Braunschweig (Blasius, 1901, Jour. Ornith., vol. 49, p. 58);
Westeregeln, Pottenstein, and Balve (Lambrecht, 1912, Aquila, vol. 19, p. 298);
Andernach?, Schmiechenfels, Seveckenberg?, Saalfeld, Buchberg, Schelklingen,
and Raumgrotte (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 738). AUSTRIA:
Schusterlucke (Lambrecht, 1933). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Balcarova skAla, Ludmirau,
Sipka, and Certova dira (Capek, 1910, Ber. V. internal. Ornith. Kongr. Berlin,
p. 939); Malenice, *Slavikovic-Austerlitz?, *Leg6ny Cave, (Lambrecht, 1933).
HUNGARY: Balla and IstAll6ski caves (Lambrecht, 1912, Aquila, vol. 19, p. 273);
PAlffy cave (Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila, vol. 20, p. 427); bregkb cave near Baj6t


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(Kormos and Lambrecht, 1914, BarlangkutatAs, vol. 2, p. 105); Remetehegy (Lam-
brecht, 1914, Aquila, vol. 21, p. 89); PilisszAnt6 (Lambrecht, 1915, Mitt. Jahrb.
ungar. geol. Anstalt, vol. 23, p. 479); Otto Herman cave (Lambrecht, 1916, Aquila,
vol. 22, p. 189); Puskaporos (Lambrecht, 1916, Barlangkutatas, vol. 4, p. 204);
Csakvar (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 738); Betfia (Kretzoi, 1941, Fold-
tani Kozliny, vol. 71, p. 253); IstAll6ski (Janossy, 1952, Aquila, vol. 55-58, p.
218); Subalyuk cave (Janossy, 1962, Aquila, vol. 67-68, p. 177). PALESTINE:
Kebara Cave (Tehernov, 1962, Bull. Research Council Israel, vol. 11, p. 115).
AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Anas platyrhynchos palaeoboschas Serebrovsky, Dec. 20,
1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 471; type cranium, from
Kirov beds, Azerbaijan Acad. Sci., no. 45). MONGOLIA: Sjara-Osso-Gol (Bate,
1931, Pal. sinica, ser. c, vol. 6, fasc. 4, p. 41). WASHINGTON: "Puget Sound (L.
Miller, 1960, Wilson Bull., vol. 72, p. 394). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Shufeldt,
1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol. 9, p. 403). CALIFORNIA: San Pedro
(L. Miller, 1914, Univ. Calif. Publ. Geol., vol. 8, p. 35); McKittrick (L. Miller,
1925, Univ. Calif. Publ. geol. Sci., vol. 15, p. 313); Carpinteria (L. Miller, 1931,
op. cit., vol. 20, p. 364); Rancho La Brea (Howard, 1936, Condor, vol. 38, p 36);
Santa Rosa Island (Howard, 1949, Condor, vol. 51, p. 27). IDAHO: Hagerman
lake beds (Brodkorb, 1958, Wilson Bull., vol. 70, p. 238); American Falls (Brod-
korb, 1963, Quart. Jour. Florida Acad. Sci., vol. 26, p. 280). NEVADA: Smith
Creek cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. south Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 54).
TEXAS: Clear Creek, Jackson farm, and Lubbock reservoir (Brodkorb, in press);
*Bell Cave (Wetmore, 1935, Condor, vol. 37, p. 176). IOWA: *Mill Creek (Ha-
mon, 1961, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 209). ILLINOIS: *Kingston (Baker,
1936, Trans. Illinois State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245); *Cahokia, *Mossville, and
*Plum Island (Baker, 1941, Trans. Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 67); *Modoc
rock shelter (Parmalee, 1956, Illinois State Mus., Rept. Invest., no. 4, p. 52).
OHIO: "Boone rock shelter and *Canter caves (Goslin, 1955, Ohio Jour. Sci., vol.
55, pp. 360-361). FLORIDA: Itchtucknee River, Seminole Field?, and Venice?
(Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 20); Haile (Brodkorb,
1953, Wilson Bull., vol. 65, p. 50); *Lemon Bluff and *Bluffton (Neill, Gut, and
Brodkorb, 1956, Amer. Antiquity, vol. 4, p. 388); Hornsby Spring and Lake
Monroe (Brodkorb coll.). CUBA: Bafios de Ciego Montero (Wetmore, 1928, Amer.
Mus. Novit., 301, p. 3).
35. Anas rubripes Brewster. ILLINOIS: *Cahokia, *Mossville, *Plum Island,
and *Kingston (Baker, 1941, Trans. Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 67).
FLORIDA: Itchtucknee River (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85,
no. 2, p. 20); *Good's Shell pit and *Bluffton (Neill, Gut, and Brodkorb, 1956,
Amer. Antiquity, vol. 4, p. 388); Lake Monroe and Hornsby Spring (Brodkorb
coll.).
36. Anas fulvigula Ridgway. FLORIDA: Seminole Field, Bradenton, and Itch-
tucknee River (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 20);
Reddick (Brodkorb, 1957, Jour. Paleont., vol. 31, p. 134); Rock Spring (Woolfen-
den, 1959, Wilson Bull., vol. 71, p. 185); Haile (Ligon, in press); *Vero Beach
(Weigel, 1963, Florida geol. surv., spec. Publ. no. 10, p. 26).
37. Anas melleri Sclater. MADAGASCAR: Sirab6 (Andrews, 1897, Ibis, p. 355).
38. Anas superciliosa Gmelin. NEW ZEALAND: Pyramid Valley (Scarlett, 1955,
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39. Anas bahamensis Linnaeus. ST. CROIX: *Concordia (Wetmore, 1937,
Jour. Agr. Univ. Puerto Rico, vol. 21, p. 8).
40. Anas acuta Linnaeus. IRELAND: Kesh and Newhall caves (Lambrecht,
1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 739). ENGLAND: Clevedon cave? (Lambrecht, 1933).
MONACO: Grottes de Menton (Lambrecht, 1933). SWITZERLAND: Schlossfelsen
von Birseck? and Schweizersbild? (Lambrecht, 1933). GERMANY: Raumgrotte
(Lambrecht, 1933). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Volyn (Lambrecht, 1933). HUNGARY:
Palffy cave (Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila, vol. 20, p. 426). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada
(Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 473).
OREGON: Fossil Lake (Shufeldt, 1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol. 9,
p. 404). CALIFORNIA: McKittrick? (L. Miller, 1925, Univ. Calif. Publ. geol. Sci.,
vol. 15, p. 314); Vallecito Creek? (Howard, 1963, Los Angeles Co. Mus., Contr.
Sci., no. 73, p. 9). NEVADA: Smith Creek Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull, south. Calif.
Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 54). NEW MEXICO: Shelter Cave (Howard and A. H.
Miller, 1933, Condor, vol. 35, p. 15); Howells Ridge cave? (Howard, 1962, Condor,
vol. 64, p. 242). KANSAS: Jones Sink (Downs, 1954, Condor, vol. 56, p. 209).
TEXAS: Jackson Farm (Brodkorb, in press). IOWA: *Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961,
Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS: *Kingston (Baker, 1936, Trans.
Illinois State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245); *Plum Island (Baker, 1941, Trans. Amer.
philos. Soc., vol. 32, p. 67); *Modoc rock shelter (Parmalee, 1956, Illinois State
Mus., Rept. Invest., no. 4, p. 53). FLORIDA: Reddick (Brodkorb, 1957, Jour.
Paleont., vol. 31, p. 134); Rock Spring (Woolfenden, 1959, Wilson Bull., vol. 71,
p. 185); Itchtucknee River (McCoy, Auk, vol. 80, p. 341); Haile (Ligon, in press);
*Bluffton (Neill, Gut, and Brodkorb, 1956, Amer. Antiquity, vol. 4, p. 388).
41. Anas angustirostris M6n6tries. MALTA: Ta Gandia fissure and Ghar
Dalam cave (Lembrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 702).
42. Anas erythrorhyncha Gmelin. MADAGASCAR: Sirab6 (Andrews, 1897,
Ibis, p. 355).
43. Anas strepera Linnaeus. ITALY: Grotta dei Colombi (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 738). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Holubic (Lambrecht, 1933). HxN-
GARY: PAlffy cave (Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila, vol. 20, p. 427); PilisszAnt6 (Lam-
brecht, 1915, Mitt. Jahrb. ungar. geol. Anstalt, vol. 23, p. 479); Piisp6kfiirdo
(Capek, 1917, BarlangkutatAs, vol. 5, p. 26). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky,
1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 473). CALIFORNIA:
Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1912, Univ. Calif. Publ. Geol., vol. 7, p. 78); McKit-
trick (L. Miller, 1935, Condor, vol. 37, p. 76). IOWA: *Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961,
Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 209). FLORIDA: Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963,
Auk, vol. 80, p. 342); *Bluffton (Ncill, Gut, and Brodkorb, 1956, Amer. Antiquity,
vol. 4, p. 388). Listed by error from Fossil Lake, Oregon (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 738).
44. Anas penelope Linnaeus. IRELAND: Kesh, Edenvale, Newhall, and Castle-
pook caves (Lambrccht, 1933, Handb. Palacorn., p. 738). ENGLAND: Clevedon
Cave? (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli, Caverna d'Equi, and Grotta
dei Colombi? (Lambrecht, 1933). HUNGARY: Remetehegy (Lambrecht, 1914,
Aquila, vol. 21, p. 89); Puskaporos (Lambrecht, 1916, Barlangkutatas, vol. 4,
p. 204); Palffy cave (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 738). AZERBAIJAN:
Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8,
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45. Anas americana Gmelin. OREGON: Fossil Lake (Shufeldt, 1892, Jour.
Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol. 9, p. 403). CALIFORNIA: McKittrick (L. Miller,
1925, Univ. Calif. Publ. geol. Sci., vol. 15, p. 318); San Pedro (Howard, 1949,
Condor, vol. 51, p. 21). NEVADA: Smith Creek Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. south.
Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 54). NEW MEXICO: Howells Ridge Cave? (How-
ard, 1962, Condor, vol. 64, p. 242). OKLAHOMA: Nye Sink (Harrell, 1959, Proc.
S. Dak. Acad. Sci., vol. 38, p. 105). IOWA: *Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961, Plains
Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS: *Plum Island (Baker, 1941, Trans. Amer.
philos. Soc. n.s., vol. 32, p. 67). FLORIDA: Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963, Auk,
vol. 80, p. 342).
46. Anas clypeata Linnaeus. ENGLAND: West Runton (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis,
p. 891); Mundesley and Ightham fissure (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn.,
p. 740). MONACO: Grottes de Menton, Grotte de 'Observatoire, and Grotte de
Grimaldi (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY: Grotta dei Colombi? (Lambrecht, 1933).
HUNGARY: Piispikfiird6 (Capek, 1917, Barlangkutatis, vol. 5, p. 26). AZERBAI-
JAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8,
p. 473). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Shufeldt, 1892, Jour. Acad nat. Sci., Philadel-
phia, vol. 9, p. 404). CALIFORNIA: McKittrick (L. Miller, 1925, Univ. Calif. Publ.
geol. Sci., vol. 17, p. 314); Rancho La Brea (A. H. Miller, 1929, Condor, vol. 31,
p. 223); San Pedro (Howard, 1949, Condor, vol. 51, p. 24); Vallecito Creek (How-
ard, 1963, Los Angeles Co. Mus., Contr. Sci., no. 73, p. 11). NEVADA: Smith
Creek Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. south Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 54).
KANSAS: Jones Sink (Downs, 1954, Condor, vol. 56, p. 209); Dixon (Harrell, 1959,
Proc. S. Dak. Acad. Sci., vol. 38, p. 104). IowA: *Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961,
Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS: "Cahokia (Baker, 1941, Trans.
Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 67). FLORIDA: Reddick (Brodkorb, 1957,
Jour. Paleont., vol. 31, p. 134); Arredondo (Brodkorb, 1959, Bull. Florida State
Mus., vol. 4, p. 274); Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 343);
Haile (Ligon, in press).
47. Querquedula querquedula (Linnaeus). FRANCE: Grotte de Bruniquel
(Milne-Edwards, 1867, Ois. foss. France, vol. 1, p. 161). MONACO: Grotte de
Grimaldi (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 739). ITALY: Grotta dei Co-
lombi, Buca del Bersagliere, and Caverna d'Equi (Lambrecht, 1933). SWIrZER-
LAND: *Moosseedorf and *Robenhausen (Lambrecht, 1933). CZECHOSLOVAKIA:
Balcarova skala (Capek, 1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, p. 939);
Holubic (Lambrecht, 1933). HUNGARY: Pilisszant6 (Lambrecht, 1915, Mitt.
Jahrb. ungar. geol. Anstalt, vol. 23, p. 479); Piispbkfiird6 (Capek, 1917, Barlangku-
tatas, vol. 5, pp. 26, 67); *Legeny cave (Lambrecht, 1933); Subalyuk cave (JAnossy,
1962, Aquila, vol. 67-68, p. 177). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941,
Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 473).
48. Querquedula discors (Linnaeus). NEVADA: Smith Creek Cave? (Howard,
1952, Bull. south. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 54). TEXAS: Cita Canyon?,
Patterson Ranch, Good Creek, and Groesbeck Creek (Brodkorb, in press). IOWA:
*Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS:
"Kingston (Baker, 1936, Trans. Illinois State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245); *Moss-
ville, 'Cahokia, and "Plum Island (Baker, 1941, Trans. Amer. philos. Soc., n.s.,
vol. 32, p. 67); *Modoc rock shelter (Parmalee, 1956, Illinois State Mus., Rept.
Invest., no. 4, p. 52). OHIo: *Canter caves (Goslin, 1955, Ohio Jour. Sci., vol.
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Coll., vol. 145, no. 2, p. 6). FLORIDA: Reddick (Brodkorb, 1957, Jour. Paleont.,
vol. 31, p. 184); Arredondo (Brodkorb, 1959, Bull. Florida State Mus., vol. 4,
p. 274); Rock Spring (Woolfenden, 1959, Wilson Bull., vol. 71, p. 185); Williston
(Holman, 1959, Bull. Florida State Mus., vol. 5, p. 3); Itchtucknee River (McCoy,
1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 341); Haile (Ligon, in press); Lake Monroe and Winter
Beach (Brodkorb coll.). Removed from list of Fossil Lake, Oregon (Howard,
1946, Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551, p. 191).
49. Querquedula cyanoptera (Vieillot). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Howard, 1946,
Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551, pp. 174, 191). CALIFORNIA: San
Pedro (L. Miller, 1914, Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 8, p. 86; see
Howard, 1949, Condor, vol. 51, p. 24); McKittrick (L. Miller, 1925, Univ. Calif.
Publ. geol. Sci., vol. 15, p. 313). Tentative record (Merriam, 1916, Univ. Calif.
Publ. Geol., vol. 9, pp. 168, 173), from Upper Miocene at Cedar Mountain,
Nevada, is absurd.
50. Nettion chlorotis (Gray). NEW ZEALAND: *Pyramid Valley (Scarlctt, 1955,
Rec. Canterbury Mus., vol. 6, p. 261).
51. Nettion gibberifrons (S. Miiller). NEw ZEALAND: *Pyramid Valley (Scar-
lett, 1955, Rec. Canterbury Mus., vol. 6, p. 261).
52. Nettion formosum (Georgi). CHINA: Chou-kou-tien (Howard, 1939, Fort-
schritte der Palaont., vol. 2, p. 314).
53. Nettion crecca (Linnaeus).' IRELAND: Newhall (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb.
Palaeorn., p. 739). ENGLAND: Cambridgeshire fens [error?] (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis,
p. 391); "Glastonbury and *Caerwent, Silchester (Lambrecht, 1933). DENMARK:
Mejlgaard (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen,
vol. 6, p. 77). FRANCE: caves [error?] (Lambrecht, 1912, Aquila, vol. 19, pp.
298, 305). ITALY: Caverna d'Equi, Grotta dei Colombi, and Grotta Romanelli?
(Lambrecht, 1933). PORTUGAL: Grotte de Furninha (Lambrecht, 1933). Swrrz-
ERLAND: Schlossfelsen von Birseck and Ermitage (Lambrecht, 1933). AUSTRIA:
Gudenus cave? (Lambrecht, 1933). HUNGARY: Felsnische Remetehegy (Lam-
brecht, 1914, Aquila, vol. 21, pp. 89, 92); Puskaporos (Lambrecht, 1916, Bar-
langkutatAs, vol. 4, p. 205); Novi (Lambrecht, 1912, Aquila, vol. 19, pp. 298,
305). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Balcarova skAla, Sipka, and Certova dira (Capek, 1910,
Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, pp. 939-941). GERMANY: Thiede bei
Braunschweig (Blasius, 1901, Jour. Ornith., vol. 49, p. 58); Westregeln bei Magde-
burg, Seveckenberg?, and Kleine Scheuer in Lonetal (Lambrecht, 1933). LATVIA:
Klauenstein? (Lambrecht, 1933). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941,
Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 473). CHINA: Chou-kou-tien
(Howard, 1939, Fortschritte der Pallont., vol. 2, p. 314). OREGON: Fossil Lake
(Shufeldt, 1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol. 9, p. 403). CALIFORNIA:
Hawver Cave and San Pedro (L. Miller, 1912, Univ. Calif. Publ. Geol., vol. 7,
pp. 75, 112); McKittrick (L. Miller, 1925, Univ. Calif. Publ. geol Sci., vol. 15,
p. 313); Rancho La Brea (Howard, 1936, Condor, vol. 38, p. 36); Santa Rosa
Island (Howard, 1944, Bull. south. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 43, pt. 2, p. 74).
NEVADA: Smith Creek Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. south. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51,
pt. 2, p. 54); [record from Upper Miocene at Cedar Mountain (Merriam, 1916,
Univ. Calif. Publ. Geol., vol. 9, pp. 168, 173), is preposterous]. ARIZONA: Grand
Falls and 'Wupatki Pueblo (Hargrove, 1939, Condor, vol. 41, p. 207). NEW

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MEXICO: Shelter Cave (Howard and A. H. Miller, 1933, Condor, vol. 35, p. 15);
Howells Ridge Cave? (Howard, 1962, Condor, vol. 64, p. 242). KANSAS: Kentuck
locality in McPherson County (Galbreath, 1955, Wilson Bull., vol. 67, p. 62).
TEXAS: Groesbeck Creek (Midwestern Univ.), [supposed record from Canadian
River in Hemphill County (Reed and Longnecker, 1933, Univ. Texas Bull. 3231,
p. 68) is Fulica (fide Compton, 1934, Condor, vol. 36, p. 40); fragmentary ulna
from Middle Pliocene Coffee Ranch in Hemphill County (Compton, 1934) most
probably represents one of the Pliocene species of this genus]. IOWA: *Mill Creek
(Hamon, 1961, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS: *Kingston (Baker,
1936, Trans. Illinois State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245); *Cahokia (Baker, 1941,
Trans. Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 67). FLORIDA: Seminole Field in St.
Petersburg (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 21); Crys-
tal Springs (Brodkorb, 1956, Wilson Bull., vol. 68, p. 158); Reddick (Brodkorb,
1957, Jour. Paleont., vol. 31, p. 134); Arredondo (Brodkorb, 1959, Bull. Florida
State Mus., vol. 4, p. 273); Rock Spring (Woolfenden, 1959, Wilson Bull., vol. 71,
p. 185); Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 342); Haile (Ligon,
in press); Lake Monroe (Brodkorb coll.).
54. Nettion brasiliense (Gmelin). BRAZIL: Lapa da Escrivania and Lapa da
Lagoa do Sumidouro (0. Winge, 1887, E Museo Lundii, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 13,
22).
Subfamily AYTHYINAE:
55. Aythya valisineria (Wilson). ALASKA: *Dutch Harbor (Friedmann, 1937,
Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 27, p. 435). WASHINGTON: *Puget Sound (L.
Miller, 1960, Wilson Bull., vol. 72, p. 394). CALIFORNIA: Rancho La Brea?
(Howard, 1936, Condor, vol. 38, p. 35); Manix Lake? (Howard, 1955, U. S. G. S.
Prof. Paper, V 264-J, p. 203). IOWA: *Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961, Plains Anthro-
pologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS: *Kingston (Baker, 1936, Trans. Illinois State
Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245). FLORIDA: Itchtucknee River (Wetmore, 1931, Smith-
sonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 22). Record from Fossil Lake, Oregon (L.
Miller, 1912, Univ. Calif. Publ. Geol., vol. 7, pp. 81, 112), is erroneous (Howard
1946, Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551, p. 191).
56. Aythya ferina (Linnaeus). IRELAND: Edcnvale Cave and Newhall Cave
(Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 737). ENGLAND: Ostend? (Lydekker,
1891, Cat. Fossil Birds Brit. Mus., p. 121); Bacton (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis, p. 391).
ITALY: Grotta Romanelli? and Grotta dei Colombi (Lambrecht, 1933). CZECHO-
SLOVAKIA: Volyn (Lambrecht, 1933). HUNGARY: Puskaporos? (Lambrecht, 1912,
Aquila, vol. 19, pp. 298, 305). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941, Dok-
lady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 473).
57. Aythya americana (Eyton). OREGON: Fossil Lake? (Shufeldt, 1913, Bull.
Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, pp. 141, 156). CALIFORNIA: McKittrick (L. Miller,
1925, Univ. Calif. Publ. geol. Sci., vol. 15, p. 314). TEXAS: Jackson Farm (Brod-
korb, in press). FLORIDA: Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 343).
58. Aythya collaris (Donovan). OREGON: Fossil Lake? (Shufeldt, 1913, Bull.
Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, pp. 141, 156). NEW MEXICO: Howells Ridge
Cave? (Howard, 1962, Condor, vol. 64, p. 242). TEXAS: Groesbeck Creek (Mid-
western Univ.). ILLINOIS: *Kingston, *Cahokia, and *Plum Island (Baker, 1941,
Trans. Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 67); *Modoc rock shelter (Parmalee,
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lin, 1955, Ohio Jour. Sci., vol. 55, p. 361). FLORIDA: Crystal Springs (Brodkorb,
1956, Wilson Bull., vol. 68, p. 158); Reddick (Brodkorb, 1957, Jour. Paleont., vol.
31, p. 134); Arredondo (Brodkorb, 1959, Bull. Florida State Mus., vol. 4, p. 274);
Rock Spring (Woolfenden, 1959, Wilson Bull., vol. 71, p. 185); Itchtucknee River
(McCoy, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 343); Haile (Ligon, in press); *Good's Shellpit
and *Bluffton (Neill, Gut, and Brodkorb, 1956, Amer. Antiquity, vol. 21, p. 388).
Record (Merriam, 1916, Univ. Calif. Publ. Geol., vol. 9, pp. 168, 173) from Upper
Miocene at Cedar Mountain, Nevada, is unbelievable.
59. Aythya fuligula (Linnaeus). IRELAND: Edenvale and Newhall caves (Lam-
brecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 737). ENGLAND: *Glastonbury (Lambrecht,
1933). DENMARK: Soelager, *Vimose, and *Ordrup Mose (H. Winge, 1903,
Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 83). MONACO: Grotte
de Grimaldi, Grottes de Menton (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli?,
Grotta dei Colombi? (Lambrecht, 1933). GERMANY: Hohlefels near Schelklingen
(Lambrecht, 1933). HUNGARY: Palffy Cave (Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila, vol. 20,
p. 426).
60. Aythya nyroca (Giildenstldt). GERMANY: Hohlefels im Achtal near Ulm
(Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 737). HUNGARY: Oregk6 Cave near
Baj6t (Kormos and Lembrecht, 1914, Barlangkutatas, vol. 2, p. 105); Remetehegy
(Lambrecht, 1914, Aquila, vol. 21, pp. 89, 90, 94); PilisszAnt6 (Lambrecht, 1915,
Mitt. Jahrb. ungar. geol. Anstalt, vol. 23, p. 479); Puskaporos (Lambrecht, 1916,
Barlangkutat6s, vol. 4, p. 205); Piisp6kfiirdo (Capek, 1917, Barlangkutatas, vol. 5,
pp. 26, 67); Baj6t, CzAkvar, and Leg6ny Cave near Pilisszentl6lek (Lambrecht,
1933).
61. Aythya novaeseelandiae (Gmelin). NEW ZEALAND: Waingongoro (Lydek-
ker, 1891, Cat. Fossil Birds Brit. Mus., p. 122). CHATHAM ISLANDS: (Forbes,
1893, Ibis, p. 545).
62. Aythya marila (Linnaeus). IRELAND: Castlepook Cave and Kesh Cave
(Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 737). ENGLAND: "Glastonbury (Lam-
brecht, 1933). DENMARK: Havnoe, Klintesoe, Havelse, Soelager, and Sejroe (H.
Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 83).
ITALY: Grotta dei Colombi and Grotta Romanelli (Lambrecht, 1933). ALASKA:
'St. Lawrence Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, p.
90); *Cape Prince of Wales (Friedmann, 1941, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 406). OREGON:
Fossil Lake (Shufeldt, 1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol. 9, p. 405).
NEVADA: Smith Creek Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51,
pt. 2, p. 54).
63. Atythya affinis (Eyton). ALASKA: *Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1935, Jour.
Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 25, p. 47). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Shufeldt, 1913,
Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, p. 141). CALIFORNIA: McKittrick (Miller,
1935, Condor, vol. 37, p. 76); 'Buena Vista Lake (DeMay, 1942, Condor, vol. 44,
p. 228). TEXAS: Groesbeck Creek and Lubbock reservoir (Brodkorb, in press);
"Bell Cave (Wetmore, 1935, Condor, vol. 37, p. 176). KANSAS: Shorts Creek
(Stettenheim, 1958, Wilson Bull., vol. 70, p. 198). IOWA: 'Mill Creek (Hamon,
1961, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS: Kingston (Baker, 1936,
Trans. Illinois State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245); *Cahokia and *Plum Island
(Baker, 1941, Trans. Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 67). Omo: *Canter
caves (Goslin, 1955, Ohio Jour. Sci., vol. 55, p. 361). FLORIDA: Melbourne, Sem-
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Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 22); Rock Spring (Woolfenden, 1959,
Wilson Bull., vol. 71, p. 185); Santa Fe River (Brodkorb, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p.
115); Haile (Ligon, in press); Lake Monroe and Hornsby Spring (Brodkorb coll.);
"Good's Shellpit, *Lemon Bluff, and "Bluffton (Neill, Gut and Brodkorb, 1956,
Amer. Antiquity, vol. 21, p. 388); *Jungerman site? (Wing, 1963, Contr. Florida
State Mus., no. 10, p. 53).

Subfamily MERGINAE:

64. Bucephala clangula (Linnaeus). ENGLAND: "Glastonbury (Lambrecht,
1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 737). SWEDEN: Slangem6lla in Halland (Lambrecht,
1933). DENMARK: Majlgaard, Gudumlund, Klintesoe, Halvelse, Soelager, and
*Borrebjerg (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen,
vol. 6, p. 83). MONACO: Grotte de Grimaldi (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY: Grotta
Romanelli (Lambrecht, 1933). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada? (Serebrovsky, 1941, Dok-
lady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 473). ALASKA: "Kodiak Island
(Friedmann, 1935, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 25, p. 48); 'Dutch Harbor
(Friedmann, 1937, op. cit., vol. 27, p. 433); *Cape Prince of Wales (Friedmann,
1941, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 406).
65. Bucephala albeola (Linnaeus). ALASKA: *Little Kiska Island (Friedmann,
1937, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 27, p. 436). WASHINGTON: *Puget Sound
(L. Miller, 1960, Wilson Bull., vol. 72, p. 394). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Shufeldt,
1913, Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, pp. 142, 156). CALIFORNIA: McKit-
trick (L. Miller, 1935, Condor, vol. 37, p. 76); "Buena Vista Lake (DeMay, 1942,
Condor, vol. 44, p. 228); San Pedro (Howard, 1949, Condor, vol. 51, pp. 21, 27).
KANSAS: Meade Co. (Wetmore, 1944, Univ. Kansas Sci. Bull., vol. 30, p. 94).
ILLINOIS: 'Kingston (Baker, 1936, Trans. Illinois State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245).
VmGINIA: Natural Chimneys (Wetmore, 1962, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 145,
p. 6). FLORIDA: Seminole Field in St. Petersburg (Wetmore, 1944, Univ. Kansas
Sci. Bull., vol. 30, p. 94); Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 343);
IIaile (Ligon, in press); *Lemon Bluff (Neill, Gut, and Brodkorb, 1956, Amer.
Antiquity, vol. 21, p. 388).
66. Clangula hyemalis (Linnaeus). DENMARK: Borgbakke and Maglemose
(H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 84).
AZERBAIJAN: Binagada? (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol.
33, no. 7-8, p. 473). ALASKA: "St. Lawrence Island, *Amaknak, *Kowieruk, and
*Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, pp. 90,
231, 234); *Cape Prince of Wales (Friedmann, 1941, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 406).
OREGON: Fossil Lake (Howard, 1946, Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551,
pp. 175, 191). FLORIDA: Haile (Ligon, in press).
67. Histrionicus histrionicus (Linnaeus). SWEDEN: Ostergotland and Halland
(Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 737). ALASKA: *St. Lawrence Island,
*Amaknak Island, "Cape Denbeigh, *Kowieruk, and *Seward Peninsula (Fried-
mann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, pp. 90, 231, 237); 'Kodiak
Island (Friedmann, 1935, op. cit., vol. 25, p. 48). CALIFORNIA: San Pedro (How-
ard, 1949, Condor, vol. 51, pp. 24, 27). Record from Fossil Lake, Oregon (Shu-
feldt, 1913, Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, pp. 142, 143, 156), is erroneous
(see Howard, 1946, Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551, pp. 176, 191).
68. Somateria mollissima (Linnaeus). IRELAND: Shandon Cave (Lydekker,
1891, Ibis, p. 391). SCOTLAND: Strathedon (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis, p. 391). NOR-


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WAY: Vardo (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 736). DENMARK: Loenstrup
Klint, Mejlgaard, Havnoe, Klintesoe, Havelse, Soelager, Hesseloe, 0Borrebjerg,
and *Kjoebenhavn (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copen-
hagen, vol. 6, p. 85). ALASKA: *St. Lawrence Island, *Amaknak, *Cape Den-
beigh, and *Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol.
24, pp. 90, 232, 237); *Dutch Harbor, *Little Kiska, and *Attu Island (Friedmann,
1937, op. cit., vol. 27, pp. 435, 437, 438); *Cape Prince of Wales (Friedmann,
1941, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 407).
69. Somateria spectabilis (Linnaeus). ALASKA: *St. Lawrence Island, *Amak-
nak Island, *Cape Denbeigh, and *Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Wash-
ington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, pp. 91, 232, 237); *Dutch Harbor and *Little Kiska
(Friedmann, 1937, op. cit., vol. 27, pp. 435, 437); *Cape Prince of Wales (Fried-
mann, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 407).
70. Polysticta stelleri (Pallas). ALASKA: *St. Lawrence Island (Friedmann,
1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, p. 90); *Kodiak Island (Friedmann,
1935, op. cit., vol. 25, p. 48); *Little Kiska (Friedmann, 1937, op. cit., vol. 27,
p. 437); *Cape Prince of Wales (Friedmann, 1941, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 406).
Record from Fossil Lake, Oregon (Shufeldt, 1913, Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist.,
vol. 32, pp. 143, 156), is erroneous (Howard, 1936, Carnegie Instn. Washington
Publ., no. 551, pp. 176, 191).
71. Arctonetta fischeri (Brandt). ALASKA: *St. Lawrence Island and 'Kodiak
Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, pp. 91, 235).
72. Melanitta nigra (Linnaeus). IRELAND: Kesh Cave (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 736). SCOTLAND: Tyrie (Lydekker, 1891, Ibis, p. 391); Sea-
ton (Lambrecht, 1933). ENGLAND: Igtham Fissure (Lambrecht, 1933). PORTU-
GAL: Grotta de Furninha (Lambrecht, 1933). DENMARK: Mejlgaard, Havnoe,
Ertcboelle, Klintesoe, Havelse, Soelager, and Oerum Aa (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk.
Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 84). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Certova
dira (Capek, 1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, p. 941). HUNGARY:
Palffy Cave (Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila, vol. 20, p. 426). ALASKA: *St. Lawrence
Island, *Amaknak Island, "Kodiak Island, and *Cape Denbeigh (Friedmann,
1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, pp. 92, 232, 235, 237); *Dutch Har-
bor (Friedmann, 1937, op. cit., vol. 27, p. 435); *Cape Prince of Wales (Fried-
mann, 1941, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 407).
73. Melanitta fusca (Linnaeus). SWEDEN: Slangemblla in IIalland (Lambrecht,
1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 736). DENMARK: Fannerup, Mejlgaard, Aamoelle,
Havnoe, Erteboelle, Gudumlund, Klintesoe, Jaegerspris, Havelse, and Soelager
(H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 83),
GIBRALTAR: Devil's Tower (Bate, 1928, Jour. Roy. anthrop. inst., vol. 58, p. 104).
ITALY: Grotta dei Colombi, Grotta Romanelli, and Caverna Pollera (Lambrecht,
1933). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R.,
vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 473).
74. Melanitta deglandi (Bonaparte). ALASKA: *St. Lawrence Island, *Amak-
nak Island, *Kodiak Island, *Cape Denbeigh, and "Bonasila (Friedmann, 1934,
Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, pp. 91, 232, 235, 237); *Dutch Harbor,
*Little Kiska, *Atka Island, and *Attu Island (Friedmann, 1937, op. cit., vol. 27,
pp. 435, 437); *Cape Prince of Wales (Friedmann, 1941, op. cit., vol. 31, p. 407).
CALIFORNIA: Newport Bay and San Pedro (Howard, 1949, Condor, vol. 51, pp.
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75. Melanitta perspicillata (Linnaeus). SCOTLAND: Stratheden (Lambrecht,
1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 736). ENGLAND: Merlin's Cave (Lambrecht, 1933).
ALASKA: *St. Lawrence Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci.,
vol. 24, p. 91); "Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1935, op. cit., vol. 25, p. 49); *Dutch
Harbor and "Little Kiska (Friedmann, 1937, op. cit., vol. 27, pp. 433, 435, 437).
OREGON: Fossil Lake (Howard, 1946, Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551,
pp. 175, 191). CALIFORNIA: San Pedro (L. Miller, 1914, Univ. Calif. Publ. Geol.,
vol. 8, p. 36); Vallecito Creek? (Howard, 1963, Los Angeles Co. Mus., Contr.
Sci., no. 73, p. 13).
76. Mergellus albellus (Linnaeus). IRELAND: Co. Sligo, Kesh Cave, and
Reach Fen (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 736). ENGLAND: Chudleigh
Cave and Merlin's Cave (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY: Grotta dei Colombi (Lam-
brecht, 1933). AUSTRIA: (Lambrecht, 1918, Aquila, vol. 24, p. 206). CZECHO-
SLOVAKIA: Puskaporos and Baj6t Cave (Lambrecht, 1933); Certova dira (Capek,
1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, p. 941). HUNGARY: P6lffy Cave
(Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila, vol. 20, p. 427). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky,
1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p. 473).
77. Lophodytes cucullatus (Linnaeus). KANSAS: Kentuck (Galbreath, 1955,
Wilson Bull., vol. 67, p. 62). OKLAHOMA: Nye Sink (Lunk, 1952, Condor, vol.
54, p. 317). ILLINOIS: *Kingston (Baker, 1936, Trans. Illinois State Acad. Sci.,
vol. 29, p. 245); "Cahokia and *Plum Island (Baker, 1941, Trans. Amer. philos.
Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 67). FLORIDA: Vero Beach no. 2 (includes Querquedula flor-
idana Shufeldt, 1917, Florida geol. Surv., 9th Ann. Rept., p. 36, pl. 1, fig. 4, pl.
2, fig. 25, type right humerus, formerly Florida Geol. Survey no. V298, now in
U.S. Nat. Mus., casts in Brodkorb coll.; see Brodkorb, 1953, Wilson Bull., vol.
65, p. 96; Wetmore, 1955, Condor, vol. 57, p. 189); Itchtucknee River, Seminole
Field in St. Petersburg, Venice, and Melbourne (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian
misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, pp. 21, 23); Hornsby Spring and Winter Beach (Brod-
korb coll.); Haile (Ligon, in press); "Good's Shellpit and *Lemon Bluff (Neill, Gut,
and Brodkorb, 1956, Amer. Antiquity, vol. 21, p. 388); "Vero Beach no. 3 (Weigel,
1963, Florida geol. Surv. Spec. Publ. no. 10, p. 27); "Goodman site (Wing, 1963,
Contr. Florida State Mus., no. 10, p. 56). Record from Fossil Lake, Oregon
(Shufeldt, 1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol. 9, p. 402), is erroneous
(see Howard, 1946, Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551, pp. 176, 191).
78. Mergus merganser Linnaeus. NORWAY: Vardo (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb.
Palaeorn., p. 736). DENMARK: Klintesoe, Havelse, and Soelager (H. Winge, 1903,
Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 87). SWITZERLAND:
Ettengen (Lambrecht, 1933). GERMANY: Weimar-Taubach (Lambrecht, 1933).
CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Certova dira (Capek, 1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr.
Berlin, p. 941). HUNGARY: Balla Cave (Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila, vol. 19, pp.
273, 283); Palffy Cave (Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila, vol. 20, p. 427); Volyn (Lam-
brecht, 1933). ALASKA: "St. Lawrence Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washing-
ton Acad. Sci., vol. 27, p. 92); "Dutch Harbor (Friedmann, 1937, op. cit., vol. 27,
p. 435). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Howard, 1946, Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ.,
vol. 551, pp. 175, 191). CALIFORNIA: "Buena Vista Lake (DeMay, 1942, Condor,
vol. 44, p. 228). IDAHO: American Falls (Brodkorb, 1963, Quart. Jour. Florida
Acad. Sci., vol. 26, p. 280). ILLINOIS: Chicago (Wetmore, 1948, Wilson Bull.,
vol. 60, p. 240). FLORIDA: Santa Fe River (Brodkorb, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 115);
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79. Mergus serrator Linnaeus. SCOTLAND: *Oransay and *Ardrossan (Lam-
brecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 736). ENGLAND: Merlin's Cave, Lea Valley,
and *Glastonbury (Lambrecht, 1933). GIBRALTAR: Devil's Tower (Bate, 1928,
Jour. Roy. anthrop. Inst., vol. 58, p. 104). DENMARK: Fannerup, Aamoelle, Hav-
noe, Krabbesholm, Gudumlund, Klintesoe, Havelse, Soelager, Seiroe, Borrebjerg,
and *Kolding Fjord (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copen-
hagen, vol. 6, p. 86). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli (Lambrecht, 1933). AUSTRIA:
(Lambrecht, 1918, Aquila, vol. 24, p. 206). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Certova dira
(Capek, 1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, p. 941). ALASKA: *St.
Lawrence Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, p. 92);
*Little Kiska Island (Friedmann, 1937, op. cit., vol. 27, p. 437). ILLINOIS: Chicago
(Wetmore, 1940, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 99, no. 4, p. 29). FLORIDA: Rock
Spring (Woolfenden, 1959, Wilson Bull., vol. 71, p. 185); *Goodman site? (Wing,
1963, Contr. Florida State Mus., no. 10, p. 56).
80. Mergus octosetaceus Vieillot. BRAZIL: Lapa da Escrivania (0. Winge,
1887, E Museo Lundii, vol. 2, pp. 4, 9, 23).
81. Mergus australis Hombron and Jacquinot. NEW ZEALAND: (Dawson,
1958, XV internal. Congr. Zool., Sect. 5, Paper 22, p. 1 of reprint).

Record of Bucephala islandica (Gmelin) from Fossil Lake, Oregon (Shufeldt,
1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol. 9, p. 405), is erroneous (see How-
ard, 1946, Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 551, pp. 176, 191).

Subfamily OXYURINAE:
82. Nomonyx dominicus (Linnaeus). BRAZIL: Lapa da Excrivania and Lapa
da Lagoa do Sumidouro (0. Winge, 1887, E Museo Lundii, vol. 1, pp. 4, 13, 22).
83. Oxyura jamaicensis (Gmelin). OREGON: Fossil Lake (L. Miller, 1912,
Univ. Calif. Publ. Geol., vol. 7, pp. 81, 112). CALIFORNIA: McKittrick (L. Miller,
1925, Univ. Calif. Publ. geol. Sci., vol. 15, p. 314); *Buena Vista Lake (DeMay,
1942, Condor, vol. 44, p. 228); Manix Lake (Howard, 1955, U. S. geol. Surv.
Prof. Paper, 264-J, p. 204). ILLINOIS: *Moduc rock shelter (Parmalee, 1956,
Illinois State Mus., Rept. Invest., no. 4, p. 53). VIRGINIA: Natural Chimneys (Wet-
more, 1962, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 145, no. 2, p. 6). FLORIDA: Venice
(Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 23); *Good's Shellpit
and *Lemon Bluff (Neill, Gut, and Brodkorb, 1956, Amer. Antiquity, vol. 21,
p. 388).
84. Biziura lobata (Shaw). NEw ZEALAND: (Dawson, 1958, XV internal.
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Suborder ANHIMAE Wetmore and W. D. Miller
Palamedeae Sclater, 1880 (July), Ibis, ser. 4, vol. 4, no. 16, p. 406 (order; type
Palamedea Linnaeus, 1766, a junior synonym of Anhima Brisson, 1760).-
Palamedeiformes Fiirbringer, 1888, Untersuch. Morph. Syst. Vigel, vol. 2,
p. 1565 (subordo).
Anhimae Wetmore and W. D. Miller, 1926 (July 3), Auk, vol. 43, no. 3, p. 341
(suborder; type Anhima Brisson).

Family ANHIMIDAE Stejneger
Palamedeinae Bonaparte, 1831, Saggio di una distribuzione metodica degli Ani-
mali Vertebrati, p. 56 (subfamily; type Palamedea Linnaeus, a junior synonym
of Anhima Brisson).-Palamedeidae G. R. Gray, 1840, List genera birds, fide
Gray, 1871.
Anhimoideae Stejneger, 1885, Stand. nat. Hist., vol. 4, p. 132 (superfamily; type
Anhima Brisson).-Anhimidae Stejneger, 1885, op. cit., p. 134 (family).

No extinct fossil species.

Neospecies of Anhimidae from Pleistocene and *prehistoric sites:
1. Anhima cornuta (Linnacus). VENEZUELA: *Los Tamarindos and *Hacienda
Tocor6n (Wetmore, 1935, Auk, vol. 52, p. 329).
2. Chauna torquata (Oken). ARGENTINA: Lujan (Ameghino, 1891, Rev. ar-
gentina Hist. nat., vol. 1, p. 446); *Santiago del Estero (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb.
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Order ACCIPITRIFORMES (Vieillot)

Accipitres Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. nat., ed. 10, vol. 1, pp. 81, 83, 86 (ordo; not
based on generic name).-Accipitres Vieillot, 1816, Analyse d'une nouvelle
ornithologie 616mentaire, fide Gadow (ordre; type Accipiter Brisson).-Acciptres
Bonaparte, 1831, Saggio di una distribuzione metodica degli Animali Vertebrati,
p. 29.-Accipitriformes Sharpe, 1891, Review of recent attempts to classify
birds, p. 71.
Falcones Sharpe, 1874, Cat. Birds Brit. Mus., vol. 1, pp. ix, 1 (type Falco Lin-
naeus).-Falconiformes Seebohm, 1890, Classification of birds, pp. vii, 13 (sub-
class).

Suborder SARCORAMPHI (Ridgway)

Sarcorhamphi Ridgway, 1881, Bull. Illinois State Lab. nat. Hist., no. 4, p. 190
(type Sarcoramphus Dum6ril).
Cathartides Coues, 1884, Key to North American birds, ed. 2, pp. 497, 557 (super-
family or suborder; type Cathartes Illiger).-Cathartes Seebohm, 1890, Classi-
fication of birds, pp. vii, xi, 16, 23 (order and suborder).-Cathartidiformes
Sharpe, 1891, Review of recent attempts to classify birds, p. 78 (order).-
Cathartae Cadow, 1898, Bronn Klass. Ordn., Vogel, pt. 2, pp. 77, 156, 158,
300 (Unterordnung).-Catharteae Pycraft, 1902, Proc. zool. Soc. London, pp.
318, 319 (suborder).-Cathartiformes Gaillard, 1908 (June 13), Ann. Univ. Lyon,
n.s., vol. 1, fasc. 23, p. 41 (sous-ordre).
Vultures Swann, 1924, Monograph of Birds of Prey, vol. 1, pt. 1, p. 1 (type Vultur
Linnaeus).

Family VULTURIDAE (Illiger)

Vulturini Illiger, 1811, Prodromus systematis mammalium et avium, fide Gadow
familiar ; type Vultur Linnaeus).-Vulturidae Vigors, 1824, Zool. Jour., vol. 1,
p. 315 (family).-Vulturinae Bonaparte, 1838, Geogr. comp. list birds Europe
and N. Amer., p. 1 (subfamilia).
Cathartinae Lafresnaye, 1839, Rev. zool., p. 194 (type Cathartes Illiger).-Cathar-
tidae G. R. Gray, 1842, Appendix to a list of the genera of birds, fide Gray,
1869 (family).-Cathartoidea Wetmore, 1944 (May 24), Ann. Carnegie Mus.,
vol. 30, p. 69 (superfamily).
Sarcoramphidae G. R. Gray, 1844, List of the specimens of birds in the collection
of the British Museum, pt. 1, p. 1 (type Sarcoramphus Dumbril).-Sarcoramphi-
nae Gray, 1844, loc. cit. (subfamily).-Sarcorhamphinae Eyton, 1849, in Jar-
dine, Contributions to ornithology for 1848-52, p. 133.
Gryphinae Reichenbach, "1850" = 1852, Avium system natural, p. C (type
Gryphus Oken, 1816, a junior synonym of Vultur Linnaeus).


Subfamily VULTURINAE (Illiger)

Vulturini Illiger, 1811, Prodromus systcmatis mammalium et avium, fide Gadow
familiar ; type Vultur Linnaeus).-Vulturinae Bonaparte, 1838, Geogr. comp.
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Genus fLithornis Owen
Lithornis Owen, 1841, Trans. geol. Soc. London, ser. 2, vol. 6, p. 206 (type Lith-
ornis vulturinus Owen).

1. Lithornis vulturinus Owen
Lithornis vulturinus Owen, 1841, Trans. geol. Soc. London, ser. 2, vol. 6, p. 206,
pl. 21, figs. 5-6 (type from Sheppey, sternum, coracoid, femur, tibiotarsus, Royal
College of Surgeons).

UPPER PALEOCENE (London clay). ENGLAND: Kent: Sheppey Isle.


Genus tEocathartes Lambrecht
Eocathartes Lambrecht, 1935, Nova Acta Leopoldina, neue Folge, vol. 3, no. 14,
p. 362 (type by monotypy Eocathartes robustus Lambrecht).

2. Eocathartes robustus Lambrecht
Eocathartes robustus Lambrecht, 1935, Nova Acta Leopoldina, neue Folge, vol. 3,
no. 14, p. 362, pl. 18, fig. 2 (type from Grube Cecilie, pelvis, right and left
femora, right tibiotarsus, right tarsometatarsus, basal phalanx of toes II-IV,
Geiseltal Mus.).

MIDDLE EOCENE (Braunkohle des Geiseltales). GERMANY: Saxony:
Grube Cecilie near Halle/Saale.


Genus tDiatropornis Oberholser
Tapinopus Milne-Edwards, 1892, C. R. 2e. Congres internal. ornith. Budapest,
p. 79 (type by monotypy Tapinopus ellioti Milne-Edwards). Preoccupied by
Tapinopus Saussure.
Diatropornis Oberholser, 1899 (June 2), Proc. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, p. 203
(type by original designation Tapinopus ellioti Milne-Edwards).

3. Diatropornis ellioti (Milne-Edwards)
Tapinopus ellioti Milne-Edwards, 1892, C. R. 2e. Congris internal. ornith. Buda-
pest, p. 79 (type from phosphate de Chaux, tarsometatarsus, Paris Mus.).

UPPER EOCENE OR LOWER OLIGOCENE (phosphorites du Quercy).
FRANCE: Boussac near Caylux.


Genus tPlesiocathartes Gaillard
Plesiocathartes Gaillard, 1908 (June 13), Ann. Univ. Lyon, n.s., vol. 1, fasc. 23,
p. 41 (type by monotypy Plesiocathartes europaeus Gaillard).


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4. Plesiocathartes europaeus Gaillard
Plesiocathartes europaeus Gaillard, 1908 (June 13), Ann. Univ. Lyon, n.s., vol. 1,
fasc. 23, p. 41, text-fig. 6; pl. 2, fig. 13-16 (type from plateau of Quercy, distal
part of left tarsometatarsus, Univ. Lyon).
UPPER EOCENE OR LOWER OLIGOCENE (phosphorites du Quercy).
FRANCE: Quercy.

Genus tTeracus Aymard
Teracus Aymard, 1856, Congr. sci. France, vol. 22, no. 1, p. 234 (type Teracus
littoralis Aymard). Position uncertain.

5. Teracus littoralis Aymard
Teracus littoralis Aymard, 1856, Congr. sci. France, vol. 22, no. 1, p. 234 (types
from Ronzon, femur, coracoid).
LOWER OLIGOCENE (Tongrian). FRANCE: Dept. Haut Loire: Ron-
zon near Puy-en-Velay.


Genus fPhasmagyps Wetmore
Phasmagyps Wetmore, 1927 (July 15), Proc. Colorado Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 7, no. 2,
p. 3 (type by monotypy Phasmagyps patritus Wetmore).

6. Phasmagyps patritus Wetmore
Phasmagyps patritus Wetmore, 1927 (July 15), Proc. Colorado Mus. nat. Hist.,
vol. 7, no. 2, p. 3, figs. 1-6 (type from Horsetail Creek, distal part of right
tibiotarsus, Colorado Mus. Nat. Hist. no. 804).
LOWER OLIGOCENE (Chadron formation). COLORADO: Weld County:
Horsetail Creek, in sections 26-27, Township 10 N, Range 57 W.


Genus FPalaeogyps Wetmore
Palaeogyps Wetmore, 1927 (July 15), Proc. Colorado Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 7,
no. 2, p. 5 (type by monotypy Palaeogyps prodromus Wetmore).

7. Palaeogyps prodromus Wetmore
Palaeogyps prodromus Wetmore, 1927 (July 15), Proc. Colorado Mus. nat. Hist.,
vol. 7, no. 2, p. 5, fig. 7-14 (type from Horsetail Creek, distal part of right tibio-
tarsus, Colo. Mus. Nat. Hist. no. 803).
LOWER OLIGOCENE (Chadron formation). COLORADO: Weld County:
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Genus Sarcoramphus Dumeril
Sarcoramphus Dum6ril, 1806, Zoologie analytique, p. 32 (type by designation of
Vigors, 1825, Vultur papa Linnaeus, Recent).

8. Sarcoramphus kernense (L. Miller)
Vultur kernensis L. Miller, 1931 (March 18), Condor, vol. 33, p. 70, fig. 16 (type
from Pozo Creek, distal third of humerus, formerly Calif. Inst. Tech. no. 454,
now in Los Angeles County Mus.).
MIDDLE PLIOCENE (Kern River series). CALIFORNIA: Kern County:
Pozo Creek, 9 miles northeast of Bakersfield.


Genus Vultur Linnaeus
Vultur Linnaeus, 1758, Systema natural, ed. 10, vol. 1, p. 86 (type by designa-
tion of Allen, 1907, Vultur gryphus Linnaeus, Recent).

9. Vultur patruus (Lbnnberg)
Sarcorhamphus patruus L6nnberg, 1902, Bull. gcol. Instn. Upsala, vol. 6, p. 1, figs.
2, 4 (types from Tarija Valley, tarsometatarsus, femur, Upsala Univ.).
PLIOCENE. BOLIVIA: Dept. Tarija: Tarija Valley.


Genus fPliogyps Tordoff
Pliogyps Tordoff, 1959 (Sept. 25), Condor, vol. 61, no. 5, p. 338 (type by original
designation Pliogyps fisher Tordoff).

10. Pliogyps fisher Tordoff
Pliogyps fisher Tordoff, 1959 (Sept. 25), Condor, vol. 61, no. 5, p. 339, fig. 1 (type
from Rexroad ranch, right tarsometatarsus, Univ. Mich. Mus. Paleo. no. 38319).
UPPERMOST PLIOCENE (Rexroad formation). KANSAS: Meade Coun-
ty: Rexroad ranch.

Genus Gymnogyps Lesson
Gymnogyps Lesson, 1842, Echo du Monde savant, ser. 2, vol. 6, p. 1037 (type by
monotypy Vultur californianus Shaw).

11. Gymnogyps amplus L. Miller 1
Gymnogyps amplus L. Miller, 1911 (Oct. 28), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol.,
vol. 6, no. 5, p. 390, fig. 2 (type from Samwel Cave, distal part of right tarso-
metatarsus, Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 9834).

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MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (Reddick beds). FLORIDA: Marion County:
Reddick (Brodkorb, 1957, Jour. Paleont., vol. 31, p. 134).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposits). CALIFORNIA: Shasta County:
Samwel Cave and Potter Creek Cave = Stone Man Cave (Miller,
1911). NEVADA: White Pine County: Smith Creek Cave (Howard,
1952, Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, pp. 52, 54). ARIZONA:
Mohave County: Rampart Cave (L. Miller, 1960, Condor, vol. 62,
p. 70). NEW MEXICo: Otero County: Rocky Arroyo (Wetmore, 1931,
Condor, vol 33, p. 76); Grant County: Howells Ridge Cave (Howard,
1962, Condor, vol. 64, p. 241. TEXAs: Bexar County: Friesenhahn Cave
(Brodkorb, in press). NuEvo LE6N: Aramberri: San Josecito Cave (L.
Miller, 1943, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 47, p. 151).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
Rancho La Brea in Los Angeles (L. Miller, 1910, Univ. Calif. Publ.,
Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 6, p. 6, fig. 1). Santa Barbara County: Carpin-
teria (L. Miller, 1927, Science, n.s., vol. 66, p. 156). Kern County:
McKittrick (L. Miller and DeMay, 1942, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol.
47, p. 92).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Pamlico formation). FLORIDA: Pinellas Coun-
ty: Seminole Field in St. Petersburg (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian
misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 25). Sarasota County: Hog Creek in Sar-
asota (Wetmore, 1931).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Itchtucknee River beds). FLORIDA: Columbia
County: Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 343).

Genus Coragyps Geoffroy
Coragyps Geoffroy, 1853, in Le Maout, Histoire naturelle des Oiseaux, p. 66 (type
Vultur atratus Bechstein).

12. Coragyps occidentalis (L. Miller)
Catharista occidentalis L. Miller, 1909 (Sept. 10), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept.
Geol., vol. 5, no. 21, p. 306 (type from Rancho La Brea, Univ. Calif. Mus.
Paleo. no. 12509).
Catharista shastensis L. Miller, 1911 (Oct. 28), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept.
Geol., vol. 6, no. 16, p. 388, fig. 1 (type from Potter Creek Cave, left tarsometa-
tarsus, Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 8603).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (Reddick beds). FLORIDA: Marion County:
Reddick (Brodkorb, 1957, Jour. Paleont., vol. 31, p. 134).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (Arredondo clay). FLORIDA: Alachua County:
Haile (Ligon, in press).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1909, Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol.,


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vol. 5, p. 306). Santa Barbara County: Carpinteria (L. Miller, 1931,
Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol. Sci., vol. 20, p. 364). Kern Coun-
ty: McKittrick (L. Miller, 1935, Condor, vol. 37, p. 76).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposits). CALIFORNIA: Shasta County:
Potter Creek Cave and Samwel Cave (L. Miller, 1911, Univ. Calif.
Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 6, p. 388). NEVADA: White Pine County:
Smith Creek Cave, 34 miles north of Baker (Howard, 1935, Condor,
vol. 37, p. 206). NEW MEXICO: Dona Ana County: Conkling Cavern
on Pyramid Peak, Organ Mountains (Howard, 1930, Science, p. xiv).
Grant County: Howells Ridge Cave (Howard, 1962, Condor, vol. 64,
p. 242). TEXAS: Friesenhahn Cave (Brodkorb, in press). NUEvo
LE6N: Aramberri: San Josecito Cave (L. Miller, 1943, Univ. Calif. Publ.
Zool., vol. 47, p. 151).
RECENT (midden, 8000 years b.p.). OREGON: Wasco County: Five
Mile Rapids (L. Miller, 1957, Condor, vol. 59, p. 59).

Genus fBreagyps L. Miller and Howard
Breagyps L. Miller and Howard, 1938 (Feb. 18), Publ. Univ. Calif. at Los Angeles
in biol. Sci., vol. 1, no. 9, p. 171 (type by original designation Sarcorhamphus
clarki L. Miller).

13. Breagyps clarki (L. Miller)
Sarcorhamphus clarki L. Miller, 1910 (Nov. 28), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept.
Geol., vol. 6, no. 1, p. 11, figs. 3a-b (type from Rancho La Brea, tarsometatarsus,
Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 12588).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1910).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). NEVADA: White Pine County:
Smith Creek Cave, 34 miles north of Baker (Howard, 1935, Condor,
vol. 37, p. 206).

Subfamily fTERATORNITHINAE (L. Miller)1
Teratornithidae L. Miller, 1909 (Sept. 10), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol.,
vol. 5, no. 21, p. 317 (family tentatively proposed; type Teratornis L. Miller).-
L. Miller, 1925, Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 349, pp. 87, 94.

Genus fTeratornis L. Miller
Teratornis L. Miller, 1909 (Sept. 10), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 5,
no. 21, 307 (type by monotypy Teratornis merriami Miller).
Pleistogyps L. Miller, 1910, (Nov. 28), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol.
6, no. 1, p. 16 (type by monotypy Pleistogyps rex Miller).
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14. Teratornis incredibilis Howard
Teratornis incredibilis Howard, 1952 (after May 1), Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol.
51, pt. 2, p. 51, pl. 10 (type from Smith Creek Cave, cuneiform, Calif. Inst.
Tech. no. 5067 now in Los Angeles County Mus.).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (upper part of Palm Spring formation). CAL-
IFORNIA: San Diego County: Vallecito Creek (Howard, 1963, Los An-
geles Co. Mus., Contr. Sci., no. 73, p. 16, pl. 2).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). NEVADA: White Pine County:
Smith Creek Cave, Snake Range, 34 miles north of Baker.

15. Teratornis merriami L. Miller
Teratornis merriami L. Miller, 1909 (Sept. 10), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol.,
vol. 5, no. 21, p. 307, figs. 1-9 (type from Rancho La Brea, skull, Univ. Calif.
Mus. Paleo. no. 12101).
Pleistogyps rex L. Miller, 1910 (Nov. 28), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol.,
vol. 6, no. 1, p. 16, fig. 5a-b (type from Rancho La Brea, tarsometatarsus, Univ.
Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 12599).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1909). Kern County: McKittrick (L. Mill-
er, 1922, Condor, vol. 44, p. 123). Santa Barbara County: Carpinteria
(L. Miller, 1927, Science, n.s., vol. 66, p. 156).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Pamlico formation). FLORIDA: Pinellas Coun-
ty: Seminole Field in St. Petersburg (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian
misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 26, text-figs. 6-12, pl. 5). Manatee County:
Bradenton (Wetmore, 1931). Record from Itchtucknee River, Florida
(McCoy, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 343) is erroneous.
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). NUEvo LE6N: Aramberri: San
Josecito Cave (L. Miller, 1943, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 47, p.
151).
Genus fCathartornis L. Miller
Cathartornis L. Miller, 1910 (Nov. 28), Univ. Calif. Pub]., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol.
6, no. 1, p. 14 (type by monotypy Cathartornis gracilis Miller).

16. Cathartornis gracilis L. Miller
Cathartornis gracilis L. Miller, 1910 (Nov. 28), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept.
Geol., vol. 6, no. 1, p. 14, figs. 4a-b (type from Rancho La Brea, tarsometatar-
sus, Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 12598).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
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Neospecies of Vulturidae from Pleistocene and *prehistoric sites:
1. Vultur gryphus Linnaeus. ARGENTINA: Canada de Rocha, Lujan (Sarcorh-
amphus fossilis Moreno and Mercerat, May 1891, An. Mus. La Plata, Pal. arg.,
vol. 1, pp. 27, 69, pl. 18, fig. 9, type fragmentary left ulna, La Plata Mus. nos.
194 and 195; see Ameghino, 1891, Rev. arg. Hist. nat., vol. 1, p. 444).
2. Sarcoramphus papa (Linnaeus). BRAZIL: Lapa da Escrivania? and Lapa
do Bahu (0. Winge, 1887, E Museo Lundii, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 32).
3. Coragyps atratus (Bechstein). NEW MEXICO: Rocky Arroyo and *Hawikuh
Pueblo (Wetmore, 1932, Condor, vol. 34, p. 141); Albuquerque (Brodkorb coll.).
FLORIDA: Seminole Field and Sabertooth Cave (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc.
Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 24); Rock Spring (Woolfenden, 1959, Wilson Bull., vol.
71, p. 185); Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963, Auk, vol. 80, p. 343); *Vero Beach
no. 3 (Weigel, 1963, Florida geol, Surv. Spec. Publ., no. 10, p. 27); *Good's shell-
pit (Brodkorb coll.). BRITISH HONDURAS: *Barton Ramie site (Brodkorb coll.).
BRAZIL: Lapa da Escrivania, Lapa da Lagoa do Sumidouro, and Lapa do Tiu?
(0. Winge, 1887, E Museo Lundii, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 31).
4. Cathartes aura (Linnaeus). OREGON: *Five Mile Rapids (L. Miller, 1957,
Condor, vol. 59, p. 59). CALIFORNIA: Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1909, Univ.
Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 5, p. 306); Hawvcr Cave, Potter Creek Cave,
and Samwel Cave (L. Miller, 1911, op. cit., vol. 6, p. 387); San Pedro (L. Miller,
1914, op. cit., vol. 8, p. 37); Carpinteria (L. Miller, 1931, Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull.
Dept. geol. Sci., vol. 20, p. 364); McKittrick (L. Miller, 1935, Condor, vol. 37, p.
76); *Emeryville (Howard, 1929, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 32, p. 312). NE-
VADA: Smith Creek Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2,
p. 54). ARIZONA: Rampart Cave (L. Miller, 1960, Condor, vol. 62, p. 70); *Awa-
tobi Pueblo (Hargrave, 1939, Condor, vol. 41, p. 207). NEW MEXICO: Rocky
Arroyo (Wetmore, 1932, Condor, vol. 54, p. 141); Conkling Cavern and Shelter
Cave (Howard and A. H. Miller, 1933, Condor, vol. 35, p. 15). TEXAS: *Bell
Cave (Wetmore, 1935, Condor, vol. 37, p. 176). IOWA: *Mill Creek (Hamon,
1961, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). FLORIDA: Seminole Field, Melbourne,
and Sabertooth Cave (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2,
pp. 23, 24); Vero Beach no. 2 (Shufeldt, 1917, Florida geol. Surv., 9th Ann. Rept.,
p. 36); Reddick (Brodkorb, 1957, Jour. Paleont., vol. 31, p. 134); *Good's shell-
pit (Neill, Gut, and Brodkorb, 1956, Amer. Antiquity, vol. 21, p. 388); *Green
Mound (Hamon, 1959, Auk, vol. 76, p. 533); *Castle Windy (Bullen and Sleight,
1959, Bryant Found, Amer. Studies, Rept. no. 1, p. 20); *Vero Beach no. 3
(Weigel, 1963, Florida geol. Surv., Spec. Publ., no. 10, p. 27). BRAZIL: Lapa da
Escrivania and Lapa da Lagoa do Sumidouro (0. Winge, 1887, E Museo Lundii,
vol. 1, no. 2, p. 31). ARGENTINA: Canada de Rocha, Lujan (Cathartes fossilis
Moreno and Mercerat, May, 1891, An. Mus. La Plata, Pal. arg., vol. 1, pp. 26, 67,
pl. 20, fig. 9; type fragmentary right ulna, La Plata Mus. no. 185; see Ameghino,
1891, Rev. arg. Hist. nat., vol. 1, p. 444).
5. Gymnogyps californianus (Shaw). OREGON: *near Brookings (A. H. Miller,
1943, Murrelet, 1943, vol. 23, p. 77); *Five Mile Rapids (L. Miller, 1957, Condor,
vol. 59, p. 59). CALIFORNIA: *Emeryville (Howard, 1929, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool.,
vol. 32, p. 312). NEVADA: Gypsum Cave (L. Miller, 1931, Condor, vol. 33, p.
32). NEW MEXICO: Conkling Cavern and Shelter Cave (Howard and A. H. Miller,
1933, Condor, vol. 35, p. 15). TEXAS: *Mule Ears Peaks Cave (Wetmore and
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Family fNEOCATHARTIDAE Wetmore
Eocathartidae Wetmore, 1944 (May 24), Ann. Carnegie Mus., vol. 30, p. 69 (type
Eocathartes Wetmore).-Eocathartoidea Wetmore, 1944, (May 24), Ann. Car-
negie Mus., vol. 30, p. 69 (superfamily).
Neocathartidae Wetmore, 1950 (April 28), Auk, vol. 67, no. 2, p. 235 (type Neo-
cathartes Wetmore).-Neocathartoidea Wetmore, 1950 (April 28), Auk, vol. 67,
no. 2, p. 235 (superfamily).


Genus fNeocathartes Wetmore

Eocathartes Wetmore, 1944 (May 24), Ann. Carnegie Mus., vol. 30, p. 69 (type
by monotypy Eocathartes grallator Wetmore).
Neocathartes Wetmore, 1950 (April 28), Auk, vol. 67, no. 2, p. 235 (new name for
above, preoccupied by Eocathartes Lambrecht, 1985).

1. Neocathartes grallator (Wetmore)
Eocathartes grallator Wetmore, 1944 (May 24), Ann. Carnegie Mus., vol. 30, p. 58,
pl. 1-5, figs. 1-10 (type from Dobe Town crossing, partial skeleton, Carnegie
Mus. Dept. Vert. Paleo. no. 9877).

UPPER EOCENE (Washakie formation, level B). WYOMING: Sweet-
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Suborder ACCIPITRES Vieillot

Accipitres Vieillot, 1816, Analyse d'une nouvelle ornithologie bl6mentaire, fide
Gadow (ordre; type Accipiter Brisson).-Accipitres Garrod, 1874 (read Feb. 8),
Proc. zool. Soc. London, p. 117 ("cohort" = suborder).
Falcones Sharpe, 1874, Cat. Birds Brit. Mus., vol. 1, pp. ix, 1 (suborder; type
Falco Linnaeus).
Pandiones Sharpe, 1874, Cat. Birds Brit. Mus., vol. 1, pp. xiii, 448 (suborder; type
Pandion Savigny).
Gypogeranides Coues, 1884, Key to North American birds, ed. 2, p. 497 (super-
family or suborder; type Gypogeranus Illiger 1811, a junior synonym of Sagitta-
rius Hermann 1783).-Gypogerani Knowlton, 1909, Birds of the world, pp. 48,
209.
Serpentarii Seebohim, 1890, Classification of birds, pp. vii, 15 (suborder; type
Serpentarius Cuvier 1797, a junior synonym of Sagittarius Hermann 1783).

Family SAGITrARIIDAE (Finsch and Hartlaub)
Gypogeranidae Vigors, 1825, Trans. Linn. Soc. London, vol. 14, p. 425 (type
Gypogeranus Illiger 1811, a junior synonym of Sagittarius Hermann 1783).-
Stephens, 1826, Shaw's General Zoology, vol. 13, pt. 2, p. 4.
Serpentariidae Selys-Longchamps, 1842, Fauna belge, pt. 1, fide Gray (type Ser-
pentarius Cuvier 1797, a junior synonym of Sagittarius Hermann).
Sagittarinae Finsch and Hartlaub, 1870, Vogel Ost-Afrikas, p. 93 (subfamily; type
Sagittarius Hermann).-Sagittariidae W. L. Slater, 1924, Systema avium ethio-
picarum, vol 1, p. 46 (family).-Sagittarioidea Peters, 1931, Check-list of birds
of the world, vol. 1, pp. xvi, 192 (superfamily).

Genus iAmphiserpentarius Gaillard
Amphiserpentarius Gaillard, 1908 (June 13), Ann. Univ. Lyon, n.s., sci. med., no.
23, p. 44 (type by monotypy Amphiserpentarius schlosseri Gaillard).

1. Amphiserpentarius schlosseri Gaillard
Amphiserpentarius schlosseri Gaillard, 1908 (June 13), Ann. Univ. Lyon, n.s., sci.
m6d., no. 23, p. 45, text-fig. 7, pl. 2, figs. 5-8, (type from Escamps, distal part
of left tibiotarsus, Munich Mus. no. 1).
UPPER EOCENE OR LOWER OLIGOCENE (phosphorites du Quercy).
FRANCE: Dept. Lot: Escamps and Mouillac (Gaillard, 1908).

2. Amphiserpentarius robustus (Milne-Edwards)
Serpentarius robustus Milne-Edwards, 1870 (March), C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, vol.
70, p. 557 (type from Lagny, tarsometatarsus, Paris Mus.).-Milne-Edwards,
1871, Ois. foss. France, vol. 2, sheet 59, p. 465, pl. 186, figs. 1-6.
LOWER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). FRANCE: Dept. Allier: Langy.

No fossil record of the single neospecies, which is restricted to
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Family PANDIONIDAE (Sclater and Salvin)

Pandioninae Sclater and Salvin, 1873, Nomenclator avium neotropicalium, p. 118
(subfamily; type Pandion Savigny).-Pandionidae Gurney, 1884, A list of the
diurnal birds of prey, pp. xv, 112 (family).-Coues, 1884, Key to North Ameri-
can birds, ed. 2, pp. 498, 556 (family).

No extinct fossil species.

Neospecies of Pandionidae recorded from Pleistocene and *pre-
historic sites:

1. Pandion haliaetus (Linnaeus). ENGLAND: Walthamstow (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 751). DENMARK: Vester Ulslev, *Kolding Fjord, and *Tof-
tum Mose (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist Foren. Copenhagen, vol.
6, p. 102). SWITZERLAND: Schweizerbild and Kesslerloch (Lambrecht, 1933).
GERMANY: Lindentaler Hyinenhohle near Gera (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY:
Caverne d'Equi (Lambrecht, 1933). NovA SCOTIA: *Bear River (Halifax Mus.).
CALIFORNIA: *Buena Vista Lake (DeMay, 1942, Condor, vol. 44, p. 228). FLOR-
IDA: Melbourne and Itchtucknee River (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian Misc. Coll.,
vol. 85, no. 2, p. 31); Rock Spring (Woolfenden, 1959, Wilson Bull., vol. 71, p.
185); Lake Monroe (Brodkorb coll.). BAHAMAS: Gordon Hills cave on Crooked
Island (Wetmore, 1938, Auk, vol. 55, p. 52). Recorded in error from Fossil Lake,
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Family ACCIPITRIDAE (Vieillot)

Accipitrini Illiger, 1811, Prodromus systematis mammalium et avium, fide Gadow
familiar ; not based on generic name).-Accipitrini Vieillot, 1816, Analyse d'une
nouvelle ornithologie 616mentaire, p. 22 (famille; type Accipiter Brisson).-
Accipitrina Vigors, 1824 (October), Zool. Jour., vol. 1, p. 318 ("stirps" = sub-
family).-Accipitrinae Swainson, 1837, On the natural history and classification
of birds, vol. 2, p. 214 (subfamily).-Accipitridae Maynard, 1880 (Jan. 26), The
birds of eastern North America, p. 302 (family).
Gypaeti Vieillot, 1816, Analyse d'une nouvelle ornithologie 61kmentaire, fide
Gadow (famille; type Cypadtus Storr).-Gypaetinae Bonaparte, 1831, Saggio
di una distribuzione metodica dcgli animal vertebrati, p. 36 (subfamily).-
Gypaltidae G. R. Gray, 1842, Appendix to a list of the genera of birds, fide
Gray, 1869 (family).
Buteonina Vigors, 1824 (October), Zool. Jour., vol. 1, p. 314 ("stirps" subfamily;
type Buteo Lac6pbde).-Buteoninae Swainson, 1837, Nat. hist. classif. birds,
vol. 2, p. 210 (subfamily).-Buteonidae Maynard, 1880 (April 6), Birds eastern
N. Amer., p. 308 (family).
Milvina Vigors, 1824 (October), Zool. Jour., vol. 1, p. 314 ("stirps" subfamily);
type Milvus Lac6p&de).-Milvinae Bonaparte, 1838, A geographical and com-
parative list of the birds of Europe and North America, p. 4 (subfamilia).-
Milvidae Maynard, 1880 (Jan. 26), Birds eastern N. Amer., p. 281 (family).
Aquilina Vigors, 1824 (October), Zool. Jour., vol. 1, p. 316 ("stirps" = subfamily;
type Aquila Brisson).-Aquilinae Swainson, 1837, Nat. hist. classif. birds, vol.
2, p. 207 (subfamily).-Aquilidae Maynard, 1880 (April 16), Birds eastern N.
Amer., p. 318 (family).
Cymindinae Swainson, 1837, Nat. hist. classif. birds, vol. 2, p. 208 (subfamily;
type Cymindis Cuvier MS., Dumont 1816, a senior synonym of Leptodon Sunde-
vall 1836; preoccupied by Cymindis Latreille 1806).
Circinae Bonaparte, 1838, Geog. comp. list birds Eur. N. Amer., p. 5 (subfamilia;
type Circus Lacepede).
Racaminae G. R. Gray, 1840, A list of the genera of birds, fide Gray, 1869 (sub-
family; type Racama Gray, 1840, a junior synonym of Gypohierax Riippell
1835).
Gypohieracinae G. R. Gray, 1844, List of the specimens of birds in the collection
of the British Museum, part 1, fide Gray, 1869 (subfamily; type Gypohierax
Riippell).-Gypohieracidae Bonaparte, 1859, fide Gray, 1869 familiar) .
Neophroninae G. R. Gray, 1848, List of specimens of birds in the coll. of Brit.
Mus., fide Gray, 1869 (subfamily; type Neophron Savigny).-Neophrinae
Cassin, 1849, fide Gray.
Thrasaetinae Blyth, 1849, Catalogue of the birds in the Museum Asiatic Society,
fide Gray, 1869 (subfamily; type Thrasaetos Bonaparte 1837, a junior synonym
of Harpia Vieillot 1816).
Circaetinae Blyth, 1849, Cat. birds Mus. Asiatic Soc., fide Gray, 1869 (subfamily;
type Circaetus Vieillot).
Haliaetinae Blyth, 1849, Cat. birds Mus. Asiatic Soc., fide Gray, 1869 (subfamily;
type Haliaeetus Savigny).-Haliaetidae Maynard, 1880 (Apr. 16), Birds eastern
N. Amer., p. 320 (family).
Perninae Blyth, 1849, Cat. birds Mus. Asiatic Soc., fide Gray, 1869 (subfamily;
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Elaninae Blyth, 1849, Cat. birds Mus. Asiatic Soc., fide Gray (subfamily; type
Elanus Savigny).
Percnopterinae Reichenbach, 1852, Systema avium natural, fide Gray (subfamily;
type Percnopterus Cuvier 1817, a junior synonym of Neophron Savigny 1809).
Harpyidae Burmeister, 1856, Systematische Uehersicht der Thiere Brasiliens, vol.
2, p. 57 (type Harpia Vieillot).
Archibuteones Ridgway, 1873, Proc. Boston Soc. nat. Hist., vol. 16, p. 72 ("group;"
type Archibuteo Brehm 1828, a junior synonym of Buteo Lacepbde 1799).
Ictiniae Ridgway, 1873, Proc. Boston Soc. nat. Hist., vol. 16, p. 54 ("group;"
type Ictinia Vieillot).-Ictininae Shufeldt, 1891, Ibis, p. 232 (subfamily).
Morphni Ridgway, 1876, Bull. U. S. geol. geogr. Surv. Terr., ser. 2, no. 2, p. 147
("group;" type Morphnus Dumont).
Elanoidinae Shufeldt, 1891, Ibis, p. 232 (subfamily; type Elanoides Vieillot).
Rostrhaminae Shufeldt, 1891, Ibis, p. 232 (subfamily; type Rostrhamus Lesson).
Cruschedulidae Ameghino, 1899 (July), Sinopsis geol6gico-paleontol6gica, Suple-
mento, p. 9 familiar ; type Cruschedula Ameghino).
Craxireginae Poche, 1904, Zool. Anz., vol. 27, p. 503 (subfamily; type Craxirex
Gould 1839, a junior synonym of Buteo Lac6pbde 1799).
Aegypiidae W. L. Slater, 1924, Systema avium ethiopicarum, vol. 1, p. 47 (fam-
ily; type Aegypius Savigny).-Aegypiinae Peters, 1931, Check-list of birds of
the world, vol. 1, pp. xvii, 259 (subfamily).

Subfamily BUTEONINAE (Vigors)

Buteonina Vigors, 1824 (October), Zool. Jour., vol. 1, p. 314 ("stirps" subfamily;
type Buteo Lacepede).-Buteoninae Swainson, 1837, Nat. hist. classif. birds,
vol. 2, p. 210 (subfamily).
Aquilina Vigors, 1824 (October), Zool. Jour., vol. 1, p. 316 ("stirps" = subfamily;
type Aquila Brisson).-Aquilinae Swainson, 1837, Nat. hist. classif. birds, vol. 2,
p. 207 (subfamily).
Thrasaetinae Blyth, 1849, Catalogue of the birds in the Museum Asiatic Society,
fide Gray (subfamily; type Thrasaetos Bonaparte 1837, a junior synonym of
Iarpia Vieillot 1816).
Haliaetinae Blyth, 1849, Cat. birds Mus. Asiatic Soc., fide Gray (subfamily; type
Haliaeetus Savigny).
Harpyidae Burmeister, 1856, Systematische Uebersicht der Thiere Brasiliens, vol.
2, p. 57 (type Harpia Vieillot).
Archibuteones Ridgway, 1873, Proc. Boston Soc. nat. Hist., vol. 16, p. 72 ("group;"
type Archibuteo Brehm 1828, a junior synonym of Buteo Lac6pide 1799).
Morphni Ridgway, 1876, Bull. U. S. geol. geogr. Surv. Terr., ser. 2, no. 2, p. 147
("group;" type Morphnus Dumont).
Cruschedulidae Ameghino, 1899 (July), Sinopsis geol6gico-paleontol6gica, Suple-
mento, p. 9 (type Cruschedula Ameghino).
Craxireginae Poche, 1904, Zool. Anz., vol. 27, p. 503 (subfamily; type Craxirex
Gould 1839, a junior synonym of Buteo Lac6pede 1799).

Genus jPalaeocircus Milne-Edwards

Palaeocircus Milne-Edwards, 1871, Ois. foss. France, vol. 2, sheet 57, p. 454 (type
by monotypy Palaeocircus cuvieri Milne-Edwards).


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1. Palaeocircus cuvieri Milne-Edwards
Palaeocircus cuvieri Milne-Edwards, 1871, Ois. foss. France, vol. 2, sheet 57, p.
454, pl. 185, fig. 16 (type from gypse de Montmartre, metacarpus and 4 pha-
langes of middle toe, Paris Mus.).
UPPER EOCENE (gypse de Montmartre). FRANCE: Dept. Seine:
Montmartre (Milne-Edwards, 1871).
UPPER EOCENE (Hordwell beds). ENGLAND: Hampshire: Hordwell?
(Lydekker, 1891, Cat. foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p. 22).
UPPER EOCENE OR LOWER OLIGOCENE (phosphate de Caylux).
FRANCE: Dept. Tarn-et-Garonne: Caylux (Lydekker, 1891).

Genus tAquilavus Lambrecht
Aquilavus Lambrecht, 1933, Handbuch Palaeorn., p. 407 (type Aquila depredator
Milne-Edwards, designated by Brodkorb, 1952, Condor, vol. 54, p. 175).

2. Aquilavus hypogaeus (Milne-Edwards)
Aquila hypogaea Milne-Edwards, 1892, C. R. 2. CongrBs internal. ornith. Buda-
pest, p. 60 (type from Caylux, femur).
UPPER EOCENE OR LOWER OLIGOCENE (phosphate de Caylux).
FRANCE: Dept. Tarn-et-Garonne: Caylux (Milne-Edwards, 1892).
UPPER EOCENE OR LOWER OLIGOCENE (phosphorites du Quercy).
FRANCE: Dept. Lot: Escamps (Paris, 1912, Rev. frangaise Orn., vol. 4,
p. 288).
3. Aquilavus corroyi (Gaillard)
Aquila corroyi Gaillard, 1938, Arch. Mus. Hist. nat. Lyon, vol. 15, p. 3, fig. 1
(type from phosphorites du Quercy, right tarsometatarsus, Univ. Marseille).
UPPER EOCENE OF LOWER OLIGOCENE (phosphorites du Quercy).
FRANCE: plateau du Quercy.

4. Aquilavus depredator (Milne-Edwards)
Aquila depredator Milne-Edwards, 1871, Ois. foss. France, vol. 2, sheet 58, p. 458,
pl. 183, figs. 11-16; pl. 184, figs. 5-10; pl. 186, figs. 7-12 (lectotype from Saint-
G6rand-le-Puy, tarsometatarsus, chosen by Lydekker, 1891, Cat. foss. birds
Brit. Mus., p. 25).
LowER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). FRANCE: Dept. Allier: Saint-G6r-
and-le-Puy and Langy.

5. Aquilavus priscus (Milne-Edwards)
Aquila prisca Milne-Edwards, 1863 (read June 29), C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, vol.
56, p. 1222 (nomen nudum).-Milne-Edwards, 1863, Ann. Sci. nat. (Paris),










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p. 157 (nomen nudum).-Milne-Edwards, 1871, Ois. foss. France, vol. 2, sheet
58, p. 460, pl. 184, figs., 1-4, 11-13 (lectotype from Langy quarries, tarsometa-
tarsus, Paris Mus., chosen by Lydekker, 1891, Cat. foss. birds Brit. Mus.,
p. 25).

LOWER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). FRANCE: Dept. Allier: Langy
(Milne-Edwards, 1871); Saint-G6rand-le-Puy (Paris, 1912, Rev. fran-
&aise Orn., vol. 4, p. 288).

6. Aquilavus bilinicus (Laube)
Cygnus bilinicus Laube, 1909, Lotos, vol. 57, p. 159, pl. 1 (type from Preschen,
impression of radius, ulna, carpometacarpus, Teplitz Mus.). Position uncer-
tain.
LOWER MIOCENE (Tone von Preschen). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: northern
Bohemia: Biestany = Preschen, in Teplica = Teplitz basin.


Genus tClimacarthrus Ameghino

Climacarthrus Ameghino, 1899 (July), Sinopsis geol6gico-paleontol6gica, Suple-
mento, p. 8 (type by monotypy Climacarthrus incompletus Ameghino).

7. Climacarthrus incompletus Ameghino
Climacarthrus incompletus Ameghino, 1899 (July), Sinopsis geol6gico-paleon-
tol6gica, Suplemento, p. 8 (type from formationn guaranitica" Patagonia, tarso-
metatarsus).

LOWER OLIGOCENE (Deseado formation). ARGENTINA: Patagonia.


Genus TCruschedula Ameghino
Cruschedula Ameghino, 1899 (July), Sinopsis geol6gico-paleontol6gica, Suple-
mento, p. 9 (type by monotypy Cruschedula revola Ameghino).

8. Cruschedula revola Ameghino

Cruschedula revola Ameghino, 1899 (July), Sinopsis geol6gico-paleontol6gica,
Suplemento, p. 9 (type from "Guaranitico de Patagonia," said to be distal part
of tarsometatarsus, but apparently proximal end of right scapula, Ameghino
coll).-Ameghino, 1905, An. Mus. nac. Buenos Aires, vol. 13, p. 154, pl. 8, fig.
"42" [= 40] (tipo de la parte basal del horizonte pyrotheriense del Golfo de
San Jorge).

LOWER OLIGOCENE (Deseado formation). ARGENTINA: Ter. Santa
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Genus Buteo Lac6pbde
Buteo Lac6pBde, 1799, Tableaux m6thodiques des Mammiferes et des Oiseaux,
p. 4 (type Falco buteo Linnaeus).

9. Buteo grangeri Wetmore and Case
Buteo granger Wetmore and Case, 1934 (January 15), Contr. Mus. Paleo. Univ.
Michigan, vol. 4, no. 8, p. 129, pl. 1 (type from Pass Creek, cranium, Univ.
Mich. Mus. Paleo. no. 14405).
MIDDLE OLIGOCENE (Oreodon beds, lower part of Brule formation).
SouTH DAKOTA: Washabaugh County: Big badlands of Pass Creek.

10. Buteo fluviaticus A. H. Miller and Sibley
Buteo fluviaticus A. H. Miller and Sibley, 1942 (Jan. 15), Condor, vol. 44, no. 1,
p. 39, fig. 12 (type from Roy Elum Ranch, distal part of right tarsometatarsus,
Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 36266).
MIDDLE OLIGOCENE (Oreodon beds, lower part of Brule formation).
COLORADO: Weld County: Chalk Bluffs, Roy Elum Ranch on Owl
Creek, 6 miles east of Carr.

11. Buteo antecursor Wetmore

Buteo antecursor Wetmore, 1933 (October), Bull. Mus. comp. Zool., vol. 75, no.
7, p. 298, figs. 1-5 (type from near Torrington, left tarsometatarsus, Mus.
comp. Zool. no. 2233).
UPPER OLIGOCENE (Brule formation). WYOMING: Goshen County:
in S of NW V4, section 82, Township 24 N, Range 61 W, 4 miles
from Torrington.

12. Buteo ales (Wetmore)
Geranoaetus ales Wetmore, 1926 (Apr. 10), Ann. Carnegie'Mus., vol. 16, nos.
3-4, p. 403, pl. 38, figs. 1-5 (type from quarry no. 2, right tarsometatarsus,
Carnegie Mus. no. 1828).
LOWER MIOCENE (lower Harrison beds, Arikaree formation). NE-
BRASKA: Sioux County: Agate Springs fossil quarry no. 2.

18. Buteo typhoius Wetmore
Buteo typhoius Wetmore, 1923 (Dec. 3), Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 48, art.
12, p. 489, figs. 3-5 (type from Snake Creek beds, 23 miles south of Agate,
distal part of right tarsometatarsus, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. no. 1754).










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UPPER MIOCENE (lower level of Snake Creek beds). NEBRASKA:
Sioux County: 23 miles south of Agate. 1

14. Buteo contortus (Wetmore)
Geranoaetus contortus Wetmore, 1923 (Dec. 3), Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol.
48, art. 12, p. 492, figs. 6-10 (type from Sinclair Draw, left tarsometatarsus,
Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. no. 1758).
UPPER MIOCENE (lower level of Snake Creek beds). NEBRASKA:
Sioux County: Sinclair Draw, 20 miles south of Agate (Wetmore, 1923);
Olcott Hill (Wetmore, 1928, Amer. Mus. Novitates, no. 802, p. 1).

15. Buteo dananus (Marsh)
Aquila danana Marsh, 1871, (August), Amer. Jour. Sci., ser. 3, vol. 2, p. 125 (type
from Loup Fork, distal part of left tibiotarsus, Yale Peabody Mus. no. 293).
LoWER PLIOCENE (upper level of Snake Creek beds). NEBRASKA:
Howard County: Loup Fork.

16. Buteo conterminus (Wetmore)
Geranoaetus conterminus Wetmore, 1923 (Dec. 3), Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist.,
vol. 48, art. 12, p. 497, figs. 11-13 (type from sec. 31, distal half of left tarso-
metatarsus, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. no. 12156).
LoWER PLIOCENE (upper level of Snake Creek beds). NEBRASKA:
Sioux County: locality 1000A, in NE /4, section 31, Township 26 N,
Range 55 W, 20 miles S of Agate.


Genus fPalaeastur Wetmore
Palaeastur Wetmore, 1943 (Dec. 8), Condor, vol. 45, no. 6, p. 230 (type by mono-
typy Palaeastur atavus Wetmore).

17. Palaeastur atavus Wetmore
Palaeastur atavus Wetmore, 1943 (Dec. 8), Condor, vol. 45, no. 6, p. 280, fig. 63
(type from Stenomylus quarry, distal part of right tarsometatarsus, Harold J.
Cook coll. no. 693, now in Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist.).
LOWER MIOCENE (lower Harrison beds, Arikaree formation). NE-

1A tibiotarsus was recorded by Wetmore (1928, Condor, vol. 30, p. 149, figs.
58-61) from the Stenomylus quarry in the Lower Miocene (lower Harrison beds)
2 miles southeast of Agate Springs, but the specimen is not comparable to the
type and because of the age differential probably represents another species, per-
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BRASKA: Sioux County: Stenomylus quarry, 2 miles southeast of Agate
Springs.
Genus tMiohierax Howard
Miohierax Howard, 1944 (Sept. 27), Condor, vol. 46, no. 5, p. 236 (type by orig-
inal designation Miohierax stock Howard).

18. Miohierax stock Howard
Miohierax stock Howard, 1944 (Sept. 27), Condor, vol. 46, no. 5, p. 236, fig. 40
(type from Vasquez Canyon, distal end of left tarsometatarsus, metatarsal I,
and 9 phalanges, Calif. Inst. Tech. no. 201/1396, now in Los Angeles County
Museum).
LATE LOWER MIOCENE (Tick Canyon formation). CALIFORNIA: Los
Angeles County: near head of Vasquez Canyon, northeast of Saugus.

Genus Hypomorphnus Cabanis
Hypomorphnus Cabanis, 1844, Arch. Naturgesch., vol. 10, no. 1, p. 263 (type by
original designation Falco urubitinga Linnaeus).

19. Hypomorphnus enectus (Wetmore)
Urubitinga enecta Wetmore, 1923 (Dec. 3), Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 48,
art. 12, p. 500, figs. 14-18 (type from 20 miles south of Agate, left tibiotarsus,
Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. no. 6300).
MIDDLE MIOCENE (lower level of Sheep Creek beds). NEBRASKA:
Sioux County: 20 miles south of Agate.

20. Hypomorphnus sodalis (Shufeldt)
Aquila sodalis Shufeldt, 1891 (September), Amer. Natural., vol. 25, no. 297, p.
821 (type from Fossil Lake, proximal part of left tarsometatarsus, Amer. Mus.
Nat. Hist. no. 3470).-Shufeldt, 1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol.
9, p. 417, pl. 15, fig. 5.
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (Fossil Lake formation). OREGON: Lake
County: Fossil Lake.


Genus Hieraaetus Kaup
Hieraaetus Kaup, 1844, Classification der Saugethiere und Vogel, p. 120 (type by
original designation Falco pennata Gmelin).

21. Hieraaetus edwardsi (Sharpe)
Aquila minute Milne-Edwards, 1871, Ois. foss. France, vol. 2, sheet 58, p. 463,
pl. 185, figs. 5-8 (type from Sansan, distal part of tibiotarsus).


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Eutolmaetus edwardsi Sharpe, 1899, Hand-list of genera and species of birds, vol.
1, p. 262 (new name for Aquila minute Milne-Edwards, preoccupied by Brehm,
1831).

UPPER MIOCENE (Helvetian). FRANCE: Dept. Gers: Sansan.


Genus Haliaeetus Savigny
Haliaeetus Savigny, 1809, Description de l'Egypte, vol. 1, pp. 68, 85 (type Hali-
aeetus nisus Savigny Falco albicilla Linnaeus).

22. Haliaeetus piscator Milne-Edwards

Halia&tus piscator Milne-Edwards, 1871, Ois. foss. France, vol. 2, sheet 58, p. 464,
pl. 185, figs. 9-11 (type from Sansan, proximal part of carpometacarpus).

UPPER MIOCENE (Helvetian). FRANCE: Dept. Gers: Sansan.


Genus Aquila Brisson

Aquila Brisson, 1760, Ornithologia, vol. 1, pp. 28, 419 (type by tautonomy Aquila
Brisson Falco chrysaitos Linnaeus).

23. Aquila delphinensis Gaillard

Aquila delphinensis Gaillard, 1938, Arch. Mus. Hist. nat. Lyon, vol. 15, p. 35,
fig. 16 (type from Grive-Saint-Alban, upper part of left tarsometatarsus, Mus.
Lyon).
UPPER MIOCENE (Tortonian). FRANCE: Dept. Isere: La Grive-Saint-
Alban.
24. Aquila pennatoides Gaillard

Aquila pennatoides Gaillard, 1938, Arch. Mus. Hist. nat. Lyon, vol. 15, p. 37,
fig. 17 (type from Grive-Saint-Alban, upper part of left tarsometatarsus, Mus.
Lyon).
UPPER MIOCENE (Tortonian). FRANCE: Dept. Isere: La Grive-Saint-
Alban.
Genus Spizaetus Vieillot

Spizadtus Vieillot, 1816, Analyse d'une nouvelle Ornithologie 6l6mentaire, p. 24
(type Falco ornatus Daudin, designated by Gray, 1840).

25. Spizaetus pliogryps (Shufeldt)

Aquila pliogryps Shufeldt, 1891 (September), Amer. Natural., vol. 25, no. 297,
p. 821 (type from Fossil Lake, basal phalanx of hallux, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist.
no. 3471).-Shufeldt, 1892, Jour. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, p. 416, pl. 17,
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MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (Fossil Lake formation). OREGON: Lake
County: Fossil Lake.

26. Spizaetus grinnelli (L. Miller)
Geranoaetus grinnelli L. Miller, 1911 (Oct. 9), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol.,
vol. 6, no. 12, p. 312, figs. 4a-b (type from Rancho La Brea, tarsometatarsus,
Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 12175).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1911). Santa Barbara County: Carpinteria
(L. Miller, 1928, Condor, vol. 30, p. 255). Listed in error from Mc-
Kittrick (Wetmore, 1956, Smithsonian misc. Publ., vol. 131, no. 5,
p. 46).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). MEXICO: Nuevo Leon: San
Josecito Cave near Aramberri (L. Miller, 1943, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool.,
vol. 47, p. 153).

27. Spizaetus willetti Howard
Spizaetus willetti Howard, 1935 (July 15), Condor, vol. 37, no. 4, p. 207, fig. 40
(type from Smith Creek Cave, distal part of tarsometatarsus, Calif. Inst. Tech.
no. 1791, now in Los Angeles Mus.).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). NEVADA: White Pine County:
Smith Creek Cave, 34 miles north of Baker (Howard, 1935). NEW
MEXICo: Grant County: Howells Ridge Cave in Little Hatchet Moun-
tains (Howard, 1962, Condor, vol. 64, p. 242).


Genus Buteogallus Lesson
Buteogallus Lesson, 1830 (May 8), Trait6 d'ornithologie, livr. 2, p. 83 (type by
monotypy Buteogallus cathartoides Lesson = Falco aequinoctialis Gmelin).

28. Buteogallus fragilis (L. Miller)
Geranoadtus fragilis L. Miller, 1911 (Oct. 9), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol.,
vol. 6, no. 12, p. 315, figs. 5a-b (type from Rancho La Brea, tarsometatarsus,
Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 12757).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1911). Santa Barbara County: Carpin-
teria (L. Miller, 1928, Condor, vol. 30, p. 255). Kern County: Mc-
Kittrick (L. Miller, 1935, Condor, vol. 37, p. 77).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). NEW MEXICO: Dona Ana
County: Shelter Cave on Pyramid Peak in Organ Mountains (Howard
and A. H. Miller, 1933, Condor, vol. 35, p. 16).










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29. Buteogallus miller (Howard)
Urubitinga miller Howard, 1932 (October), Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no.
429, p. 25, pl. 2, figs. 3-3a; pl. 3, fig. 2 (type from Hawver Cave, coracoid,
Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 11050).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). CALIFORNIA: Eldorado County:
Hawver Cave.

Genus tCalohierax Wetmore
Calohierax Wetmore, 1937, (October), Bull. Mus. comp. Zool., vol. 80, no. 12,
p. 428 (type by original designation Calohierax quadratus Wetmore).

30. Calohierax quadratus Wetmore
Calohierax quadratus Wetmore, 1937 (October), Bull. Mus. comp. Zool., vol. 80,
no. 12, p. 429, figs. 1-3 (type from Great Exuma, distal part of right tarso-
metatarsus, Mus. Comp. Zool. no. 2256; cast Brodkorb coll.).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposits). BAHAMAS: Great Exuma Is-
land (Wetmore, 1937). New Providence Island: Banana Hole (Brod-
korb, 1959, Bull. Florida State Mus., vol. 4, p. 351, pl. 1, fig. 1).


Genus Titanohierax Wetmore
Titanohierax Wetmore, 1937 (October), Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., vol. 80, no. 12,
p. 430 (type by original designation Titanohierax gloveralleni Wetmore).

31. Titanohierax gloveralleni Wetmore
Titanohierax gloveralleni Wetmore, 1937 (October), Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., vol.
80, no. 12, p. 431, figs. 4-9 and pl. (type from Great Exuma, right tarsometa-
tarsus, Mus. Comp. Zool., no. 2257).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). BAHAMAS: Great Exuma Island.


Genus Morphnus Dumont
Morphnus Dumont, 1816, Dictionnaire des Sciences naturelles, vol. 1, Suppl., p.
88 (type Falco guianensis Daudin, designated by Chubb, 1916).

32. Morphnus woodwardi L. Miller
Morphnus woodwardi L. Miller, 1911 (Oct. 9), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol.,
vol. 6, no. 12, p. 312, figs. 3a-b (type from Rancho La Brea, tarsometatarsus,
Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 12787).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
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Genus fWetmoregyps L. Miller
Wetmoregyps L. Miller, 1928 (July 16), Condor, vol. 30, no. 4, p. 255 (type by
original designation Morphnus daggetti L. Miller).

33. Wetmoregyps daggetti (L. Miller)
Morphnus daggetti L. Miller, 1915 (Oct. 10), Condor, vol. 17, no. 5, p. 179, fig.
63 (type from Rancho La Brea, tarsometatarsus, Los Angeles County Mus. no.
A-380).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tarpits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1915). Santa Barbara County: Carpinteria
(L. Miller, 1928, Condor, vol. 30, p. 255).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). MEXIco: Nuevo Le6n: San
Josecito Cavern (L. Miller, 1943), Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 47,
p. 153).
Genus fLagopterus Moreno and Mercerat
Lagopterus Moreno and Mercerat, 1891 (May), An. Mus. La Plata, Pal. arg., vol.
1, pp. 25, 66 (type by monotypy Lagopterus minutus Moreno and Mercerat).
Asthenopterus Ameghino, 1891 (December), Rev. argentina Hist. nat., vol. 1, pp.
443, 444 (new name for Lagopterus Moreno and Mercerat, supposedly preoc-
cupied by Lagoptera Guen6e, 1852).

34. Lagopterus minutus Moreno and Mercerat
Lagopterus minutes Moreno and Mercerat, 1891 (May), An. Mus. La Plata, Pal.
arg., vol. 1, pp. 25, 66, pl. 18, fig. 7 (type from Lujan, right humerus, La Plata
Mus. no. 183).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Pampas formation). ARGENTINA: Prov. Buenos
Aires: Lujan.

Genus tFoetopterus Moreno and Mercerat
Foetopterus Moreno and Mercerat, 1891 (May), An. Mus. La Plata, Pal. arg., vol.
1, pp. 26, 66 (type by monotypy Foetopterus ambiguous Moreno and Mercerat).

35. Foetopterus ambiguus Moreno and Mercerat
Foetopterus ambiguous Moreno and Mercerat, 1891 (May), An. Mus. La Plata,
Pal. arg., vol. 1, pp. 26, 66, pl. 18, fig. 6 (type said to be from Monte Hermoso,
but according to Ameghino, 1891, Rev. argentina Hist. nat., vol. 1, p. 444,
from Cafiada de Rocha, Lujan; left humerus, La Plata Mus. no. 184).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Pampas formation). ARGENTINA: Prov. Buenos
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Genus Uroaetus Kaup
Uroaetus Kaup, 1844, Classification der Saugethiere und Vogel, p. 121 (type by
original designation Aquila fucosa Temminck = Vultur audax Latham).
Taphaetus DeVis, 1891, Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. Wales, vol. 6, p. 123 (type by
monotypy Uroaetus brachialis Hurst). 1

36. Uroaitus brachialis Hurst
Uroaetus brachialis Hurst, 1891, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland, vol. 6, p. 161 (type
from near Warwick, humerus).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Darling Downs beds, Nototherian stage).
AUSTRALIA; Queensland: Warwick.

37. Uroaetus lacertosus (DeVis)
Taphaetus lacertosus DeVis, 1906, Ann. Queensland Mus., no. 6, p. 4, pl. 1, figs.
1-2 (type from Kalamurina, distal end of right humerus and right quadrate).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Katipiri sands, Malkuni fauna). AUSTRALIA:
South Australia: Kalamurina on Lake Eyre.

Genus tNecrastur DeVis
Necrastur DeVis, 1892, Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. Wales, ser. 2, vol. 6, p. 437 (type
by monotypy Necrastur alacer DeVis). Subfamily uncertain.

38. Necrastur alacer DeVis
Necrastur alacer DeVis, 1892, Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. Wales, ser. 2, vol. 6, p. 437,
pl. 24, figs. la-b (type from Queensland, humerus).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Darling Downs beds). AUSTRALIA: Queens-
land.
Genus tHarpagornis Haast
Harpagornis Haast, 1872, Trans. Proc. N. Zealand Inst., vol. 4, p. 192 (type by
monotypy Harpagornis moorei Haast).

39. Harpagornis moorei Haast
Harpagornis moorei Haast, 1872, Trans. Proc. N. Zealand Inst., vol. 4, p. 192,
pl. 10, figs. 1, 4-5; pl. 11, figs. 1-2, 5 (types from Glenmark, left femur, third
unguis, rib, Wellington Mus.; casts Brit. Mus. nos. 48056, 48059a).

1 DeVis later (1906, Ann. Queensland Mus., no. 6, pp. 4, 6) transferred the
type species back to the living genus Uroaetus, while trying to maintain the gen-
eric name Taphaetus for his new species Taphaetus lacertosus. Should the latter
species be in fact generically separable from the living Uroaetus audax and from
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Harpagornis assimilis Haast, 1873, Trans. Proc. N. Zealand Inst., vol. 6, p. 62,
pl. 7-10 (types from Glenmark, right humerus, left femur, Wellington Mus.;
casts Brit. Mus. nos. 48061, 48062).
QUATERNARY. NEW ZEALAND: NORTH ISLAND: Waingongoro (Ly-
dekker, 1891, Cat. foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p. 25); Te Aute (Lambrecht,
1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 411). SOUTH ISLAND: Glenmark (Haast,
1872); Hamilton Swamp, Enfield, Dunstan, Castle Rocks, Motunau,
Warrington, and Kapua (Lambrecht, 1933); Pyramid Valley (Scarlett,
1955, Rec. Canterbury Mus., vol. 6, p. 262); Wairau Bar, Lake Grass-
mere, and Banks Peninsula (Oliver, 1955, N. Zealand birds, ed. 2,
pp. 604-605).



Subfamily IPALAEOPLANCINAE Wetmore
Palaeoplancinae Wetmore, 1933 (Dec. 26), Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 87, no.
19, p. 9 (subfamily; type Palaeoplancus Wetmore).

Genus fPalaeoplancus Wetmore
Palaeoplancus Wetmore, 1933 (Dec. 26), Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 87, no. 19,
p. 9 (type by monotypy Palaeoplancus sternbergi Wetmore).

40. Palaeoplancus sternbergi Wetmore
Palaeoplancus sternbergi Wetmore, 1933 (Dec. 26), Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol.
87, no. 19, p. 9, figs. 1-19 (type from Plum Creek, partial skeleton, U. S. Nat.
Mus. no. 12479).
MIDDLE OLIGOCENE (upper level of Oreodon beds, Brule formation).
WYOMING: Niobrara County: east side of Plum Creek.



Subfamily MILVINAE (Vigors)
Milvina Vigors, 1824 (October), Zool. Jour., vol. 1, p. 214 ("stirps" = subfamily;
type Milvus Lac6epde).-Milvinae Bonaparte, 1838, Geog. comp. list birds
Europe and N. Amer., p. 4 (subfamilia).
Ictiniae Ridgway, 1873, Proc. Boston Soc. nat. Hist., vol. 16, p. 54 ('group;" type
Ictinia Vieillot).-Ictininae Shufeldt, 1891, Ibis, p. 232 (subfamily).
Rostrhaminae Shufeldt, 1891, Ibis, p. 232 (subfamily; type Rostrhamus Lesson).

Genus Milvuis Lacepede

Milvus Lac6pede, 1799, Tableaux methodiques des Mammiferes et des Oiseaux,
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41. Milvus deperditus Milne-Edwards

Milvus deperditus Milne-Edwards, 1871, Ois. foss. France, vol. 2, sheet 58, p. 461,
pl. 185, figs. 1-4 (type from Langy, tarsometatarsus).
LOWER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). FRANCE: Dept. Allier: Langy
(Milnc-Edwards, 1871). Saint-Gcrand-le-Puy? (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 418). Recorded also from Upper Eocene or
Lower Oligocene phosphorites du Quercy (Lambrecht, loc. cit.) but
needs restudy.

Genus fPromilio Wetmore

Promilio Wetmore, 1958 (June 26), Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 135, no. 8, p. 3
(type by original designation Proictinia effera Wetmore).

42. Promilio efferus (Wetmore)

Proictinia effera Wetmore, 1923 (Dec. 3), Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 48,
art. 12, p. 504, figs. 19-20 (type from Agate, right tarsometatarsus and 3 pha-
langes, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. no. 6299).
LOWER MIOCENE (lower Harrison beds, Arikaree formation). NE-
BRASKA: Sioux County: Agate fossil quarry.

43. Promilio incertus (Gaillard)

Milvus incertus Gaillard, 1938, Arch. Mus. List. nat. Lyon, vol. 15, p. 40, fig. 19
(type from Chavroches, right tarsometatarsus, Univ. Lyon).
LOWER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). FRANCE: Dept. Allier: Chavroches.

44. Promilio floridanus (Brodkorb)

Proictinia floridana Brodkorb, 1956 (Sept. 24), Condor, vol. 58, no. 5, p. 368, fig. 2
(type from Thomas farm, distal part of left tarsometatarsus, Brodkorb no. 777).
LOWER MIOCENE (Thomas Farm beds). FLORIDA: Gilchrist County:
Thomas farm, 8 miles north of Bell.

45. Promilio epileus Wetmore

Promilio epileus Wetmore, 1958 (June 26), Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 185, no.
8, p. 4, pl. 5, fig. 2 (type from Thomas farm, right femur, Mus. Comp. Zool. no.
2716).
LOWER MIOCENE (Thomas farm beds). FLORIDA: Gilchrist County:
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46. Promilio brodkorbi Wetmore
Promilio brodkorbi Wetmore, 1958 (June 26), Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 185,
no. 8, p. 4, pl. 5, fig. 1 (type from Thomas farm, proximal part of left tarso-
metatarsus, Brodkorb no. 1775).
LOWER MIOCENE (Thomas farm beds). FLORIDA: Gilchrist County:
Thomas farm.
Genus fProictinia Shufeldt
Proictinia Shufeldt, 1913 (Aug. 4), Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, art. 16,
p. 301 (type by monotypy Proictinia gilmorei Shufeldt).

47. Proictinia gilmorei Shufeldt
Proictinia gilmorei Shufeldt, 1913 (Aug. 4), Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32,
art. 16, p. 301, pl. 55, fig. 27 (type from Long Island, right coracoid, U. S. Nat.
Mus. no. 6852).

LOWER PLIOCENE (Republican River beds, Ogallala formation).
KANSAS: Phillips County: Long Island.



Subfamily GYPAETINAE (Vieillot)
Gypaeti Vieillot, 1816, Analyse d'une nouvelle ornithologie 616mentaire, fide Gray
(famille; type GypaEtus Storr).-Gypaitinae Bonaparte, 1831, Saggio dist.
method. Animali Vert., p. 36 (subfamily).
Racaminae G. R. Gray, 1840, List genera of brids, fide Gray (subfamily; type
Racama Gray 1840, a junior synonym of Gypohierax Riippell 1835).
Gypohieracinae G. R. Gray, 1844, List specimens of birds Brit. Mus., pt. 1, fide
Gray (subfamily; type Gypohierax Riippell).
Neophroninae G. R. Gray, 1848, Genera of birds, fide Gray (subfamily; type
Neophron Savigny).
Percnopterinae Reichenbach, "1850" = 1852, Systema avium natural, fide Gray
(type Percnopterus Cuvier 1817, a junior synonym of Neophron Savigny 1809).
Aegypiidae W. L. Sclater, 1924, Syst. avium ethiop., vol. 1, p. 47 (family; type
Aegypius Savigny).-Aegypiinae Peters, 1931, Check-list birds world, vol. 1,
pp. xvii, 259 (subfamily).

Genus IPalaeohierax Milne-Edwards

Palaeohierax Milne-Edwards, 1871, Ois. foss. France, vol. 2, sheet 57, p. 456
(type by monotypy Aquila gervaisii Milne-Edwards).

48. Palaeohierax gervaisii (Milne-Edwards)

Aquila ou Pandion Gervais, 1859, Zoologie et pal6ontologie frangaise, ed. 2, p. 414,
pl. 50, figs. 3-3a (type from Chaptuzat, tarsometatarsus, Croizet coll., now in
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Aquila gervaisii Milne-Edwards, 1863 (seance de 29 juin), C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris,
vol. 56, p. 1222 (new name for the above).-Milne-Edwards, 1868, Ann. Sci.
nat., Zool., ser. 4, vol. 20, p. 156.

LOWER MIOCENE (Aquitanian). FRANCE: Dept. Puy-de-Dome:
Chaptuzat (Gervais, 1859). Dept. Allier: Saint-Gerand-le-Puy (Milne-
Edwards, 1871); Langy (Paris, 1912, Rev. frangaise omith., vol. 4,
p. 288). Lydekker's tentative record (1891, Ibis, p. 385) of two claws
from the Hordwell beds in the Upper Eocene of Hampshire must be
disregarded.

Genus tPalaeoborus Coues

Palaeoborus Coues, 1884, Key to North American birds, ed. 2, p. 822 (type by
original designation Cathartes umbrosus Cope).

49. Palaeoborus rosatus A. H. Miller and Compton

Palaeoborus rosatus A. H. Miller and Compton, 1939 (July 15), Condor, vol. 41,
no. 4, p. 156, fig. 34B (type from Flint Hill, left ulna, Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo.
no. 34452).

LOWER MIOCENE (Rosebud formation). SOUTH DAKOTA: Bennett
County: Flint Hill, 9 miles WSW of Martin.

50. Palaeoborus howardae Wetmore

Palaeoborus howardae Wetmore, 1936, Proc. U. S. nat. Mus., vol. 84, no. 8008,
p. 73, fig. 13 (type from quarry A, distal part of right tarsometatarsus, U. S.
Nat. Mus. no. 13897).

MIDDLE MIOCENE (Sheep Creek formation). NEBRASKA: Dawes
County: quarry A in section 29, Township 31, Range 47.

51. Palaeoborus umbrosus (Cope)

Cathartes umbrosus Cope, 1874 (Oct. 20), Proc. Acad. nat. Sci. Philadelphia, vol.
26, p. 151 (type from Pojuaque, nearly complete skeleton).

LOWER PLIOCENE (Santa Fe formation). NEW MEXICo: Santa Fe
County: north of Pojuaque (spelled thus on map and in Cope; Pojau-
que, by Lambrecht and Wetmore).


Genus fNeophrontops L. Miller

Neophrontops L. Miller, 1916 (March 10), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol.,
vol. 9, no. 9, p. 106 (type by monotypy Neophrontops americanus L. Miller).


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52. Neophrontops vetustus Wetmore
Neophrontops vetustus Wetmore, 1943 (Dec. 8), Condor, vol. 45, no. 6, p. 229,
fig. 62 (type from Stonehouse Draw, distal end of right humerus, Harold J.
Cook no. 691, now in Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist.).
MIDDLE MIOCENE (Sheep Creek beds). NEBRASKA: Sioux County:
Stonehouse Draw quarry.

53. Neophrontops dakotensis Compton
Neophrontops dakotensis Compton, 1935 (October), Amer. Jour. Sci., ser. 5, vol.
30, no. 178, p. 344, fig. 1 (type from Big Spring Canyon, distal part of right
humerus, Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 30942).
LOWER PLIOCENE (Ogallala formation). SOUTH DAKOTA: Bennett
County: Big Spring Canyon on Ed. Ross ranch, section 8, Township
36 N, Range 39 W, 15 miles SW of Martin.
MIDDLE PLIOCENE (Drewsey formation). OBEGON: Malheur County:
Juntura reservoir (Brodkorb, 1961, Quart. Jour. Florida Acad. Sci., vol.
24, p. 180, fig. 6).

54. Neophrontops vallecitoensis Howard
Neophrontops vallecitoensis Howard, 1963 (Dec. 30), Los Angeles County Mus.,
Contributions in Science, no. 73, p. 17, pl. 3, fig. B (type from Arroyo Hueso,
distal part of left tarsometatarsus, Los Angeles County Mus., no. 2866).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (upper part of Palm Spring formation). CAL-
IFORNIA: San Diego County: Arroyo Hueso and Arroyo Tapiado (How-
ard, 1963).
55. Neophrontops americanus L. Miller
Neophrontops americanus L. Miller, 1916 (March 10), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull.
Dept. Geol., vol. 9, no. 9, p. 106, figs. la-lb (type from Rancho La Brea, tarso-
metatarsus, Univ. Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 22402).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1916). Kern County: McKittrick (L. Mill-
er, 1925, Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. geol. Sci., vol. 15, p. 323).
Santa Barbara County: Carpinteria (L. Miller, 1927, Science, n.s.,
vol. 66, p. 156).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposit). MEXIco: Nuevo Le6n: San
Josecito Cavern, Ara berri (L. Miller, 1943, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool.,
vol. 47, p. 154).

Genus tNeogyps L. Miller
Neogyps L. Miller, 1916 (March 10), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol.
9, no. 9, p. 108 (type by monotypy Neogyps errans L. Miller).


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56. Neogyps errans L. Miller

Neogyps errans L. Miller, 1916 (March 10), Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol.,
vol. 9, no. 9, p. 108, fig. 2 (type from Rancho La Brea, tarsometatarsus, Univ.
Calif. Mus. Paleo. no. 22401).

UPPER PLEISTOCENE (tar pits). CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles County:
Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1916). Kern County: McKittrick (L.
Miller, 1927, Condor, vol. 29, p. 150). Santa Barbara County: Carpin-
teria (L. Miller, 1927, Science, n.s., vol. 66, p. 156).
UPPER PLEISTOCENE (cave deposits). NEVADA: White Pine County:
Smith Creek Cave, 34 miles north of Baker (Howard, 1952, Bull. S.
Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 53). MEXIco: Nuevo Leon: San
Josecito Cavern, Aramberri (L. Miller, 1943, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool.,
vol. 47, p. 154).

Genus Gyps Savigny

Gyps Savigny, 1809, Description de l'Egypte, vol. 1, pp. 68, 71 (type by monotypy
Gyps vulgaris Savigny = Vultur fulvus Hablizl).

57. Gyps melitensis Lydekker
Gyps melitensis Lydekker, 1890, Proc. zool. Soc. London, p. 404, pl. 35, figs. 1-2a,
4-4a, 6, 8-9; pl. 36, fig. 7-7b (types from Zebbug Cave, right femur, tibiotarsi,
tarsometatarsi, pedal phalanges, cervical vertebrae, Brit. Mus. nos. 49354-49357,
49360, 49363-49364).
MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE (cave deposits). MALTA: Zebbug Cave (Ly-
dekker, 1890); recorded in error by Lambrecht (1933, Handb. Palae-
orn., p. 402) from Har Dalam Cave on the basis of Bate (1916, Proc.
zool. Soc. London, p. 422), who only copied Lydekker's record. Mo-
NACO: Grotte de Grimaldi (Boule, 1919, Les Grottes de Grimaldi
(Baousse-Rousse), vol. 1, fasc. 10, Avcs, p. 299).



Subfamily CIRCINAE Bonaparte

Circinae Bonaparte, 1838, Geogr. comp. list birds Eur. N. Amer., p. 5 (type Circus
Lac6pBde).

Genus IThegornis Ameghino

Thegornis Ameghino, 1895, Bol. Inst. geogr. argentino, vol. 15, p. 598 (type The-
'.,gornis musculosus Amcghino, designated by Richmond, 1902, Proc. U. S. Nat.
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58. Thegornis musculosus Ameghino

Thegornis musculosus Ameghino, 1895, Bol. Inst. geogr. argentino, vol. 15, p. 598,
figs. 43a, 43c, (type from Tagua Quemada, fragmentary tarsometatarsus, Brit.
Mus.).

MIDDLE MIOCENE (Santa Cruz formation). ARGENTINA: Santa Cruz:
Tagua Quemada.

59. Thegornis debilis Ameghino

Thegornis debilis Ameghino, 1895, Bol. Inst. geogr. argentino, vol. 15, p. 600,
fig. 43e (type from Corriguen Kaik, distal end of tarsometatarsus, Brit. Mus.).

MIDDLE MIOCENE (Santa Cruz formation). ARGENTINA: Santa Cruz:
Corriguen Kaik.

Genus Circus Lac6pede

Circus Lac6pede, 1799, Tableaux methodiques des Mammiferes et des Oiseaux,
p. 4 (type Falco aeruginosus Linnaeus, designated by Lesson, 1828).

60. Circus teauteensis Forbes

Circus teauteensis Forbes, 1891, Trans. Proc. N. Zealand Inst., vol. 24, p. 186
(type from Te Aute, tibiotarsus, Brit. Mus.).
Circus hamiltoni Forbes, 1891, Trans. Proc. N. Zealand Inst., vol. 24, p. 186 (type
from South Island, Brit. Mus.; nomen nudum, fide Lambrecht).
Circus eylesi Scarlett, 1953, Records Canterbury Mus., vol. 6, p. 245 (type from
Pyramid Valley swamp, Canterbury Mus.).

QUATERNARY. NEW ZEALAND: North Island: Te Aute swamp
(Forbes, 1891). South Island: Pyramid Valley swamp (Scarlett, 1953);
Lake Grassmere (Oliver, 1955, N. Zealand birds, ed. 2, p. 605).




Subfamily ACCIPITRINAE (Vieillot)

Accipitrini Vieillot, 1816, Analyse nouv. ornith. 616m., p 22 (famille; type Accipiter
Brisson).-Accipitrina Vigors, 1824 (October), Zool. Jour., vol. 1, p. 313 ("stirps"
= subfamily).-Accipitrinae Swainson, 1837, Nat. hist. classif. birds, vol. 2, p.
214 (subfamily).

Genus Accipiter Brisson

Accipiter Brisson, 1760, Ornithologia, vol. 1, pp. 28, 310 (type by autonomy Ac-
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61. Accipiter alphonsi (E. T. Newton and Gadow)
Astur alphonsi E. T. Newton and Gadow, 1893, Trans. zool. Soc. London, vol. 13,
p. 285, pl. 33, figs. 9-10 (types from Mare aux Songes, tibiotarsus, carpometa-
carpus, Mauritius Mus.; casts Brit. Mus.).
QUATERNARY. MAURITIUS: Mare aux Songes.


Subfamily LEPTODONTINAE Brodkorb 1
Cymindinae Swainson, 1837, Nat. hist. classif. birds, vol. 2, p. 208 (subfamily;
type Cymindis Cuvier MS., Dumont 1816, a senior synonym of Leptodon Sund-
evall 1836; preoccupied by Cymindis Latreille 1806).
Perninae Blyth, 1849, Cat. birds Mus. Asiatic Soc., fide Gray (subfamily; type
Pernis Cuvier).
Elanoidinae Shufeldt, 1891, Ibis, p. 232 (subfamily; type Elanoides Vieillot).


Genus Aviceda Swainson
Aviceda Swainson, 1836, Nat. hist. classif. birds, vol. 1, p. 300 (no included spe-
cies).-Swainson, 1837, op. cit., vol. 2, p. 214 (type by monotypy Aviceda
cuculoides Swainson).

62. Aviceda gracilis (DeVis)

Baza gracilis DeVis, 1906, Ann. Queensland Mus., no. 6, p. 7, pl. 1, fig. 4 (type
from locality 6, humerus).

UPPER PLEISTOCENE (Katipiri sands, Malkuni fauna). AUSTRALIA:
South Australia: locality 6 on lower Cooper Creek near Lake Eyre.



Subfamily ELANINAE Blyth
Elaninae Blyth, 1849, Cat. birds Mus. Asiatic Soc., fide Gray (subfamily; type
Elanus Savigny).
No extinct fossil species.



Subfamily CIRCAETINAE Blyth
Circaetinae Blyth, 1849, Cat. birds Mus. Asiatic Soc., fide Gray (subfamily; type
Circagtus Vieillot).

No extinct fossil species.

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Neospecies of Accipitridae from fossil and *prehistoric sites:

Subfamily BUTEONINAE:
1. Buteo fuscescens (Vieillot). CALIFORNIA: Hawver Cave? (L. Miller, 1912,
Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 7, p. 75); McKittrick? (L. Miller, 1922,
Condor, vol. 24, p. 123). FLORIDA: Seminole Field? (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian
misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 30). CUBA: Bafios de Ciego Montero (Wetmore, 1928,
Amer. Mus. Novitates, no. 301, p. 3). BRAZIL: Lapa da Escrivania, Minas Geraes
(0. Winge, 1887, E Museo Lundii, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 36).
2. Buteo rufinus (Cretzschmar). HUNGARY: PilisszAnt6 (Lambrecht, 1915,
Mitt. Jahrb. ungar. geol. Anstalt, vol. 23, p. 479). MONGOLIA: Sjara-Osso-Gol,
Ordos? (Bate, 1931, Pal. sinica, ser. C, vol. 6, fasc. 4, p. 41).
3. Buteo hemilasius Temminck and Schlegel. CHINA: Yen-Ching-Kou, Szech-
wan (Wetmore, 1934, Amer. Mus. Novitates, no. 711, p. 15).
4. Buteo regalis (G. R. Gray). CALIFORNIA: Hawver Cave (L. Miller, 1911,
Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 6, p. 391); McKittrick (L. Miller, 1925,
Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. geol. Sci., vol. 15, p. 323); Rancho La Brea (How-
ard, 1936, Condor, vol. 38, p. 35); Carpinteria (DeMay, 1941, Carnegie Instn.
Washington Publ., no. 530, p. 66); *Emeryville (Howard, 1929, Univ. Calif.
Publ. Zool., vol. 32, p. 313). ARIZONA: *Wupatki Pueblo (Hargrave, 1939, Con-
dor, vol. 41, p. 207). TEXAS: *Bell Cave (Wetmore, 1935, Condor, vol. 37, p.
176). NORTH DAKOTA: *Thomas Riggs site (L. Miller, 1961, Bull. S. Calif. Acad.
Sci., vol. 60, pt. 3, p. 125).
5. Buteo jamaicensis (Gmelin). WASHINGTON: *Puget Sound (L. Miller, 1960,
Wilson Bull., vol. 72, p. 396). CALIFORNIA: Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1909,
Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 5, p. 306); Potter Creek Cave (L. Miller,
1911, op. cit., vol. 6, p. 391); Carpinteria (L. Miller, 1931, Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull.
Dept. geol. Sci., vol. 20, p. 364); McKittrick (L. Miller, 1935, Condor, vol. 37,
p. 76); *Emeryville (Howard, 1929, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 32, p. 313);
*Buena Vista Lake (DeMay, 1942, Condor, vol. 44, p. 228). NEVADA: Smith Creek
Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 54); Rampart
Cave (L. Miller, 1960, Condor, vol. 62, p. 70). ARIZONA: *35 miles north of Flag-
staff (A. H. Miller, 1932, Condor, vol. 34, p. 138); *Awatobi Pueblo (Hargrave,
1939, Condor, vol. 41, p. 207). NEW MEXICO: Shelter Cave (Howard and A. H.
Miller, 1933, Condor, vol. 85, p. 16); Howells Ridge Cave (Ioward, 1962, Con-
dor, vol. 64, p. 242). IDAHO: *Weiss rock shelter (L. Miller, 1963, Bull. S. Calif.
Acad. Sci., vol. 62, pt. 4, p. 179). IowA: *Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961, Plains An-
thropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS: *Kingston (Baker, 1936, Trans. Illinois
State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245). PENNSYLVANIA: *Varner site (Guilday, 1961,
Penn. Archaeologist, vol. 31, p. 122). VIRGINIA: Natural Chimneys (Wetmore,
1962, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 145, no. 2, p. 7). GEORGIA: *Ewotah site
(Parmalee, 1960, Florida Anthropologist, vol. 8, p. 49). FLORIDA: Seminole Field,
Venice, and Melbourne (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2,
p. 29); Reddick (Brodkorb, 1957, Jour. Paleontology, vol. 31, p. 135); Arredondo
(Brodkorb, 1959, Bull. Florida State Mus., vol. 4, p. 274); Rock Spring (Woolfen-
den, 1959, Wilson Bull., vol. 71, p. 185); Itchtucknee River (McCoy, 1963, Auk,
vol. 80, p. 343); *Good's shellpit (Neill, Gut, and Brodkorb, 1956, Amer. Antiquity,


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vol. 21, p. 388); *Vero Beach no. 3 (Weigel, 1963, Florida geol. Surv., spec. Publ.,
no. 10, p. 28). PUERTO RIco: *Barrio Canas (Wetmore, 1938, Auk, vol. 55, p. 53).
6. Buteo albonotatus Kaup. NEW MEXICo: Shelter Cave? (Howard and A. H.
Miller, 1933, Condor, vol. 35, p. 16).
7. Buteo lineatus (Gmelin). CALIFORNIA: Carpinteria (L. Miller, 1931, Univ.
Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. geol. Sci., vol. 20, p. 384); *Emeryville (Howard, 1929,
Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 32, p. 313); 'Buena Vista Lake (DeMay, 1942, Con-
dor, vol. 44, p. 228). IOWA: *Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961, Plains Anthropologist,
vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS: "Kingston site (Baker, 1936, Trans. Illinois State Acad.
Sci., vol. 29, p. 245). OHIo: *Canter Caves (Goslin, 1955, Ohio Jour. Sci., vol.
55, p. 361). VIRGINIA: Natural Chimneys (Wetmore, 1962, Smithsonian misc.
Coll., vol. 145, no. 2, p. 7). GEORGIA: *Etowah site (Parmalee, 1960, Florida An-
thropologist, vol. 8, p. 49). FLORIDA: Seminole Field, Venice, and Melbourne
(Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 29); Reddick (Brod-
korb, 1957, Jour. Paleont., vol. 31, p. 135).
8. Buteo swainsoni Bonaparte. CALIFORNIA: Samwel Cave? (L. Miller, 1911,
Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 6, p. 391); Rancho La Brea (L. Miller,
1925, Carnegie Instn. Washington Publ., no. 349, p. 95); McKittrick (L. Miller,
1935, Condor, vol. 37, p. 77); *Emeryville (Howard, 1929, Univ. Calif. Publ.
Zool., vol. 32, p. 313). NEVADA: Smith Creek Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. S. Calif.
Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 54). NEW MEXICO: Rocky Arroyo (Wetmore, 1932,
Condor, vol. 34, p. 141); Conkling Cavern and Shelter Cave (Howard and A. H.
Miller, 1933, Condor, vol. 35, p. 16). IowA: "Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961, Plains
Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210).
9. Buteo buteo (Linnaeus). ENGLAND: Brixham Cave (Lydekker, 1891, Cat.
foss. Birds Brit. Mus., p. 21); Clevedon Cave and Ightham Cave (Lambrecht,
1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 748); *Colchester (Bate, 1934, Ibis, p. 391). DEN-
MARK: Mejlgaard, Havelse, "Vejleby, and *Barsmark (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk.
Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 101). FRANCE: Grottes de
l'Aude, d6p6ts d'Aurignac, and Grotte de Bruniquel (Paris, 1912, Rev. frangaise
ornith., vol. 4, p. 288). HUNGARY: Remetehegy (Lambrecht, 1914, Aquila, vol.
21, p. 89); Subalyuk Cave (JAnossy, 1962, Aquila, vol. 67-68, p. 178); "Bujik
(Janossy, 1959, Ann. Mus. hungarica, vol. 51, p. 114). ITALY: Grotta di Parignana,
Caverna d'Equi, Portosa, Pentosa, and "Grotta all Onda (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 748). SARDINIA: diluvium (Aquila fossilis Geibel, 1847,
Fauna der Vorwelt, vol. 1, pt. 2, pp. 9, 39, types tarsus, ulna, and distal part of
humerus)? FINLAND: Ladogasee (Lambrecht, 1933). PALESTINE: Kebara Cave
(Tchernov, 1962, Bull. Research Council Israel, vol. 11, p. 106).
10. Buteo lagopus (Pontoppidan). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli and Grotta dei
Colombi? (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 747). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Cer-
tova dira (Capek, 1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, p. 940). HUNGARY:
NagyharsAnyhegy (Lambrecht, 1912, Aquila, vol. 19, p. 285); Remetehegy (Lam-
brecht, 1914, Aquila, vol. 21, p. 89); Puskaporos (Lambrecht, 1916, Barlangku-
tatAs, vol. 4, p. 204); PAlffy Cave (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 747).
CALIFORNIA: Rancho La Brea (Howard, 1936, Condor, vol. 38, p. 35); *Emeryville
(Howard, 1929, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 32, p. 313); *Buena Vista Lake (De-
May, 1942, Condor, vol. 44, p. 228). NEVADA: Smith Creek Cave (Howard, 1952,
Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 54). IOWA: "Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961,


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Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS: OPlum Island (Baker, 1941, Trans.
Amer. philos. Soc., n.s., vol. 32, p. 67).
11. Buteo platypterus (Vieillot). IOWA: *Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961, Plains
Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS: *Kingston (Baker, 1986, Trans. Illinois
State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245). VIRGINIA: Natural Chimneys (Wetmore, 1962,
Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 145, no. 2, p. 7). FLORIDA: Seminole Field (Wet-
more, 1981, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2, p. 30); Haile (Ligon, in press).
PUERTO RIco: "Barrio Canas (Wetmore, 1938, Auk, vol. 55, p. 53). MARTINIQUE:
*Paquemar (Wetmore, 1952, Auk, vol. 69, p. 460).
12. Buteo magnirostris (Gmelin). BRAZIL: Lapa da Escrivania and Lapa da
Lagoa do Sumidouro (0. Winge, 1887, E Museo Lundii, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 36).
PERU: *Ancon (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 749).
13. Parabuteo unicinctus (Audubon). MExico: San Josecito Cavern in Nuevo
Le6n (L. Miller, 1943, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 47, p. 152).
14. Busarellus nigricollis (Latham). VENEZUELA: *Los Tamarindos (Wetmore,
1935, Auk, vol. 52, p. 329).
15. Harpia harpyja (Linnaeus). BRAZIL: near Lagoa Santa? (0. Winge, 1887,
E Museo Lundii, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 35).
16. Hieraaetus fasciatus (Vieillot). GIBRALTAR: Devils Tower (Bate, 1928,
Jour. Roy. anthrop. Inst., vol. 58, p. 104). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli (Lambrecht,
1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 747). MALTA (Bate, 1916, Proc. zool. Soc. London,
p. 422).
17. Hieraadtus pennatus (Gmelin). GIBRALTAR: Devils Tower (Bate, 1928,
Jour. Roy. anthrop. Inst., vol. 58, p. 104).
18. Aquila chrysaetos (Linnaeus). SCOTLAND: Perthichwareu Cave (Lam-
brecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 747). WALES: Cat's Hole Cavern near Gower
(Lydekker, 1891, Ibis, p. 386). FRANCE: Grotte de Bruniquel (Lydekker, 1891,
Cat. foss. birds Brit. Mus., p. 24); Madelaine, Moustier, Lacombe-Tayac, Gourdan,
and Aurignac (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 747). MONACO: Grotte de
Grimaldi and Grotte de l'Observatoire (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY: Grotta dei
Colombi (Regalia, 1893, Arch. Antrop. Etnol., vol. 23, p. 262); Isola Pianosa,
Velika Jama, Friaul, Grotta Romanelli, Caverna d'Equi, and Grotta dei Parignana
(Lambrecht, 1933). SARDINIA: Monte San Giovanni (Lydekker, 1891, Proc. zool.
Soc. London, p. 469). MALTA (Lambrccht, 1933). DENMARK: *Borrebjerg (H.
Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 101).
GERMANY: Saalfeld (Lambrecht, 1933). SWITZERLAND: Schweizerbild, Villeneuve,
Schlossfelsen cave, and *Robenhausen (Lambrecht, 1933). AUSTRIA: Willendorf
(Lambrecht, 1933). CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Sipka and Certova dira (Capek, 1910, Ber.
V. internal. Ornith. Kongr. Berlin, pp. 939, 940); Predmost (Lambrecht, 1933).
HUNGARY: Kraszna-Kanal (Lambrecht, 1912, Aquila, vol. 19, p. 298); Subalyuk
cave and *PilisszAnt6 (Janossy, 1960, Vertebrata hungarica, vol. 2, p. 133). PAL-
ESTINE: Mugharet-el-Zuttiyeh? (Bate, 1927, in Turville-Petre, Researches in pre-
historic Galilee 1922-1926, p. 28); Oumm Qatafa Cave? and Kebara Cave? (Tcher-
nov, 1962, Bull. Research Council Israel, vol. 11, pp. 105, 115). AZERBAIJAN:
Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, no. 7-8, p.
473). ALASKA: "Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1937, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci.,
vol. 27, p. 433). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Shufeldt, 1913, Bull. Amer. Mus. nat.
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Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 5, p. 306); McKittrick (L. Miller, 1922, Condor,
vol. 24, p. 123); Carpinteria (L. Miller, 1927, Science, n.s., vol. 66, p. 156); Manix
Lake (Howard, 1955, U. S. geol. Surv. Prof. Papers, no. 264-J, p. 204); Vallecito
Creek? (Howard, 1963, Contr. Sci., Los Angeles County Mus., no. 73, p. 17);
*Buena Vista Lake (DeMay, 1942, Condor, vol. 44, p. 228). NEVADA: Smith
Creek Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51, pt. 2, p. 54).
ARIZONA: *Awatobi Pueblo, *Turkey Tank Cave, *Nalakihu, and "Wupatki Pueblo
(Hargrave, 1939, Condor, vol. 41, p. 207). NEW MEXICO: Conkling Cavern (How-
ard, 1932, Contr. Paleont. Carnegie Instn. Washington, no. 429, p. 1); Shelter
Cave (Howard and A. H. Miller, 1933, Condor, vol. 35, p. 16); Howells Ridge
Cave (Howard, 1962, Condor, vol. 64, p. 242). TEXAS: Wood Pit (Slaughter et al.,
1962, Univ. Texas, Bur. econ. Geol., Rept. Invest., no. 48, p. 39); Friesenhahn
Cave (Texas Mem. Mus.). NORTH DAKOTA: *Thomas Riggs site (L. Miller, 1961,
Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 60, p. 125). ILLINOIS: *Cahokia (Parmalee, 1958,
Auk, vol. 75, p. 172). NUEVO LE6N: San Josecito Cavern (L. Miller, 1943, Univ.
Calif. Publ. Zool., vol. 47, p. 153).
19. Aquila heliaca Savigny. FINLAND: Ladogasee (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb.
Palaeorn., p. 747). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad.
Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, p. 473).
20. Aquila rapax (Temminck). TANGANYIKA: Olduvai (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 747).
21. Aquila nipalensis (Hodgson). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941,
Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, p. 473).
22. Aquila clanga Pallas. FRANCE: Massat (Lambrecht, 1918, Aquila, vol.
24, p. 203). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk
S.S.S.R., vol. 33, p. 473).
23. Haliaeetus vocifer (Daudin). NORTHERN RHODESIA: Broken Hill (Lam-
brecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 746).
24. Haliaeetus vociferoides Des Murs. MADAGASCAR: Ambolisatra (Lam-
brecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 746).
25. Haliacetus leucocephalus (Linnaeus). ALASKA: *Amaknak Island and
*Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1934, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 24, pp.
232, 235); *Dutch Harbor, *Little Kiska, and *Atka Island (Friedmann, 1937,
op. cit., vol. 27, pp. 433, 435, 437). WASHINGTON: *Puget Sound (L. Miller,
1960, Wilson Bull., vol. 72, p. 395). OREGON: Fossil Lake (Shufeldt, 1913, Bull.
Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, p. 157); "Five Mile Rapids (L. Miller, 1957, Con-
dor, vol. 59, p. 59). CALIFORNIA: Rancho La Brea (L. Miller, 1911, Univ. Calif.
Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 6, p. 310); San Pedro (L. Miller, 1930, Condor, vol.
32, p. 118); Carpinteria (L. Miller, 1931, Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. geol. Sci.,
vol. 20, p. 364); McKittrick (Howard, 1932, Contr. Paleont. Carnegie Instn. Wash-
ington, no. 429, p. 1); "Emeryville (Howard, 1929, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool., vol.
32, p. 313). ARIZONA: "Wuptaki Pueblo (Hargrave, 1939, Condor, vol. 41, p.
207). NEW MEXICO: Conkling Cavern (Howard, 1932, Contr. Paleont. Carnegie
Instn. Washington, no. 429, p. 1). NEBRASKA: Niobrara River between Grayson
and Peters (Shufeldt, 1913, Bull. Amer. Mus. nat. Hist., vol. 32, p. 29). IOWA:
*Mill Creek (Hamon, 1961, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 6, p. 210). ILLINOIS:
*Kingston (Baker, 1936, Trans. Illinois State Acad. Sci., vol. 29, p. 245); *Powell
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shelter (Parmalee, 1956, Illinois State Mus., Rept. Invest., no. 4, p. 53); *Cahokia
(Parmalee, 1958, Auk, vol. 75, p. 172). GEORGIA: *Etowah (Parmalee, 1960,
Florida Anthropologist, vol. 8, p. 49). FLORIDA: Seminole Field, Sabertooth Cave,
Venice, and Melbourne (Wetmore, 1931, Smithsonian misc. Coll., vol. 85, no. 2,
p. 30); Rock Spring (Woolfenden, 1959, Wilson Bull., vol. 71, p. 185); *Silver
Glen Springs (Neill, Gut, and Brodkorb, 1956, Amer. Antiquity, vol. 21, p. 388);
*Castle Windy (Bullen and Sleight, 1959, William L. Bryant Found. Amer. Studies
Rept., no. 1, p. 20).
26. Haliaeetus albicilla (Linnaeus). ENGLAND: Clevedon Cave, Burwell fen,
Walthawstow, and *Glastonbury (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 745).
FRANCE: Gourdan cave and Teyjat (Lambrecht, 1933). BELGIUM: Trou de Chaleux
and Trou des Nutons (Lambrecht, 1933). NORWAY: Vardo (Lambrecht, 1933).
SWEDEN: Torf Skanen (Lambrecht, 1933). FINLAND: Ladogasee (Lambrecht,
1933). DENMARK: Fannerup, Mejlgaard, Erteboelle, Vester Ulslev, Maglemose,
Klintesoe, Jaegerspris, Havelse, Soelager, Lejre Aa, *Holme, *Aarhus, "Vejleby,
*Vordingborg, *Kolding Fjord, *Illemose, and *Radbjerg Mose (H. Winge, 1903,
Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copenhagen, vol. 6, p. 101). SWITZERLAND:
Schaffhausen, Schweizerbild, and *Moosseedorf (Lambrecht, 1933). GIBRALTAR:
Devils Tower (Bate, 1928, Jour. Roy. anthrop Inst., vol. 58, p. 104). MONACO:
Grotte de Grimaldi (Lambrecht, 1933). ITALY: Finalmarina (Lambrecht, 1933).
HUNGARY: Puskaporos (Lambrecht, 1914, Aquila, vol. 21, p. 85). YUGOSLAVIA:
Krapina (Lambrecht, 1915, BarlangkutatAs, vol. 3, p. 119). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada
(Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Aka. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, p. 473). ALASKA:
*Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1935, Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 25, p. 49).
27. Haliaeetus pelagicus (Pallas). ALASKA: *Kodiak Island (Friedmann, 1935,
Jour. Washington Acad. Sci., vol. 25, p. 49).

Subfamily MILVINAE:
28. Ictinia misisippiensis (Wilson). ILLINOIS: *Modoc (Parmalee, 1958, Auk.
vol. 75, p. 171). OHIO: "Canler caves (Wetmore, 1932, Wilson Bull., vol. 44,
p. 118).
29. Milvus miluus (Linnaeus). ENGLAND: "Glastonbury (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 748). FRANCE: Aurignac (Paris, 1912, Rev. frangaise Ornith.,
vol. 4, p. 288). MONACO: Grotte de Grimaldi (Lambrecht, 1933). SARDINIA:
Monte San Giovanni (Lydekker, 1891, Proc. zool. Soc. London, p. 469). DEN-
MARK: Maglemose (H. Winge, 1903, Vidensk. Meddel. naturhist. Foren. Copen-
hagen, vol. 6, p. 102). POLAND: *Robenhausen (Lambrecht, 1933). AZERBAIJAN:
Binagada? (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, p. 473).
30. Milvus migrans (Boddaert). ITALY: Grotta Romanelli? (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 748). CzECHOSLOVAKIA: Certova dira (Capek, 1910, Ber.
V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, p. 940).

Subfamily GYPAETINAE:

31. Torgos tracheliotus (J. R. Forster). GERMANY: Salzgitter-Lebenstedt (Tor-
gos tracheliotus todei Kleinschmidt, 1953, Bonn zool. Beitr., vol. 1-2, p. 23, figs.
1-4; type sternum, Landesmuseum Braunschweig no. T 1).
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1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 745). FRANCE: Grotte de Bruniquel (Lydekker, 1891,
Cat. foss. birds, p. 32); la Madelaine, Lacombe-Tayac, Grotte d'Enfer, Grotte
Gourdan, and Aurignac? (Lambrecht, 1933). MONACO: Grotte de Grimaldi and
Grotte de l'Observatoire (Lambrecht, 1933). SARDINIA (de la Marmora, 1831, Jour.
gool. (Paris), vol. 3, p. 313); Monte Giovanni (Lydekker, 1891, Proc. zool. Soc. Lon-
don, p. 469). GERMANY: Westeregeln bei Magdeburg (Vultur fossilis Germar, 1826
[1837, fide Paris], in Keferstein, Teutschland geognostisch-geologisch dargestellt,
vol. 3, p. 612, type femur); Hermannshohle bei Riibeland (Blasius, 1901, Jour.
Ornith., vol. 49, p. 58). HUNGARY: Subalyuk-Hohle? (Janossy, 1962, Aquila, vol.
67-68, p. 178). PALESTINE: Kebara Cave (Tchernov, 1962, Bull. Research Council
Israel, vol. 11, p. 106). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady
Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 33, p. 473). MONGOLIA: Sjara-Osso-Gol (Bate, 1931,
Pal. sinica, ser. C, vol. 6, fasc. 4, p. 41).
33. Gyps fulvus (Hablizl). BELGIUM: Goyet caves near Namur (Gyps fulvus
spelaeus Friant, 1950, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, vol. 231, no. 21, p. 1164, fig.).
GIBRALTAR: Devils Tower (Bate, 1928, Jour. Roy. anthrop. Inst., vol. 58, p. 104).
MONACO: Grotte de Grimaldi (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 745). ITALY:
Grotta dei Colombi (Regalia, 1893, Arch. Anthrop. Etnol., vol. 23, p. 262); Grotta
Romanelli and Rome (Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 745). CZECHOSLO-
VAKIA: Predmost (Capek, 1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, p. 938).
PALESTINE: Kebara Cave (Tchernov, 1962, Bull. Research Council Israel, vol. 11,
p. 115). AZERBAIJAN: Binagada (Serebrovsky, 1941, Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R.,
vol. 33, p. 473).
34. Gypaetus barbatus (Linnaeus). BELGIUM: Liege (Lambrecht, 1933,
Handb. Palaeorn., p. 745). FRANCE: Grotte de Lacombe and Grotte de Bruniqeul
(Paris, 1912, Rev. frangaise Ornith., vol. 4, p. 288). SPAIN: caves of Burgos?
(Lambrecht, 1933, Handb. Palaeorn., p. 745). MONACO: Grotte de l'Observatoire
(Lambrecht, 1933). HUNGARY: Szeleta-Hohle (Lambrecht, 1914, Aquila, vol. 21,
p. 85); Olyveskoer Fuchsloch (JAnossy, 1960, Vertebrata hungarica, vol. 2, p. 134);
Subalyuk-Hohle (JAnossy, 1962, Aquila, vol. 67-68, p. 177). CHINA: Chou-Kou-
Tien? (Howard, 1939, Fortschritte der Paliont., vol. 2, p. 314).

Subfamily CIRCINAE:
35. Circus cyaneus (Linnaeus). CzECHOSLOVAKIA: Balcarova skala (Capek,
1910, Ber. V. internal. ornith. Kongr. Berlin, p. 988). HUNGARY: Puskaporos?
(Lambrecht, 1912, Aquila, vol. 19, p. 298); PAlffy-Hahle (Lambrecht, 1913, Aquila,
vol. 20, p. 427); Oregk6-Hahle bei Baj6t (Kormos and Lambrecht, 1914, Bar-
langkutatAs, vol. 2, p. 105); Remetehegy (Lambrecht, 1914, Aquila, vol. 21, p.
89); PilisszAnt6 (Lambrecht, 1915, Mitt. Jahrb. ungar. geol. Anstalt, vol. 23, p.
479); Tata (Lambrecht, 1916, Aquila, vol. 22, p. 194); Piispokfiirda? (Capek, 1917,
Barlangkutatas, vol. 5, p. 27. ORECON: Fossil Lake (L. Miller, 1912, Univ. Calif.
Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 7, p. 113). CALIFORNIA: Rancho La Brea (L. Miller,
1909, Univ. Calif. Publ., Bull. Dept. Geol., vol. 5, p. 306); McKittrick (L. Miller,
1922, Condor, vol. 24, p. 123); Carpinteria (DeMay, 1941, Carnegie Instn. Wash-
ington Publ., no. 530, p. 66); 'Emeryville (Howard, 1929, Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool.,
vol. 32, p. 313); *Buena Vista Lake (DeMay, 1942, Condor, vol. 44, p. 228).
NEVADA: Smith Creek Cave (Howard, 1952, Bull. S. Calif. Acad. Sci., vol. 51,
pt. 2, 54). ARIZONA: aWupatki Pueblo (Hargrave, 1939, Condor, vol. 41, p. 207).


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