Cenozoic Birds of the World, Part 1: Europe

@inproceedings{MourerChauvir2004CenozoicBO,
  title={Cenozoic Birds of the World, Part 1: Europe},
  author={C{\'e}cile Mourer‐Chauvir{\'e}},
  year={2004}
}

The large-sized darter Anhinga pannonica (Aves, Anhingidae) from the late Miocene hominid Hammerschmiede locality in Southern Germany

Fossils of the darter Anhinga pannonica Lambrecht, 1916 from two late Miocene avifaunas in Southern Germany represent the most comprehensive record of this species and includes most major postcranial elements except for the tarsometatarsus.

Late Pleistocene and Earliest Holocene avifauna from the Loutra Almopias Cave (Macedonia, Greece)

The bird fauna of the Loutra Almopias Cave comprised eight orders, 22 families, 41 genera and at least 47 species (68 different taxa) established based on 551 avian bone finds. The Loutra Almopias

Evolution of bird communities in the Neogene of Central Asia, with a review of the Neogene fossil record of Asian birds

  • N. Zelenkov
  • Environmental Science, Geography
    Paleontological Journal
  • 2016
A complete taxonomic review of Neogene birds of continental Asia is provided. To date, avifauna from the latter half of the Miocene and Pliocene of Central Asia (Mongolia and adjacent regions of

Pigeons, sandgrouse, cuckoos, nightjars, rollers, bee-eaters, kingfishers and swifts in the European fossil avifauna and their osteological characteristics

  • J. Kessler
  • Environmental Science, Biology
    Ornis Hungarica
  • 2019
The author describes the presence of fossil records of the pigeons in Europe, particularly the Carpathian Basin, during the Tertiary and Quaternary, as well as their osteological characteristics.

Pleistocene non-passeriform landbirds from Shiriya,northeast Japan

Located on the eastern margin of Eurasia, the Japanese Archipelago hosts a unique modern fauna of terrestrial vertebrates including landbirds which show a high proportion of endemic

A Villafranchian Hipparion-Bearing Mammal Fauna from Sésklo (E. Thessaly, Greece): Implications for the Question of Hipparion–Equus Sympatry in Europe

Recently collected fossil material in the Villafranchian locality of Sésklo, as well as a re-evaluation of a pre-existing, partly-published museum collection, allow the recognition of a lower faunal

Vertebrates from the Pontian of the Shkodova Gora locality (Northwestern Black Sea Region, Upper Miocene)

Remains of fishes, turtles, birds, and mammals are described from the Upper Miocene (MN13) Shkodova Gora locality (Ukraine, Odessa Region), the only representative locality of Pontian large

Revision of non-passeriform birds from Polgárdi (Hungary, Upper Miocene): 3. Neoaves

  • N. Zelenkov
  • Environmental Science, Biology
    Paleontological Journal
  • 2017
The absence of taxa shared with approximately contemporaneous avian assemblage from the Hyargas-Nuur 2 locality in eastern Mongolia is evidence that at least two separate zoogeographical units of temperate avifaunas existed in the Late Miocene of Eurasia.

Late Miocene (Early Turolian) vertebrate faunas and associated biotic record of the Northern Caucasus: Geology, palaeoenvironment, biochronology

Abstract Late Miocene continental deposits overlying the Khersonian marine sediments near the city of Maikop bordering the Belaya River (North Caucasus) yielded a diverse biotic record including

An Early Pleistocene Snake Eagle , Circaetus haemusensis sp . n . ( Aves , Accipitriformes ) from Varshets , Northwestern Bulgaria

A new species of Snake Eeagle is described based on seven finds of fore and hind limbs and axial skeleton collected from the middle Villafranchian locality (SCT 12 of MNQ 17) near Varshets,
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