New Fossil Birds from the Earliest Eocene of Mongolia

@article{Hood2019NewFB,
  title={New Fossil Birds from the Earliest Eocene of Mongolia},
  author={Sarah C. Hood and Christopher R Torres and M. Norell and J. Clarke},
  journal={American Museum Novitates},
  year={2019},
  volume={2019},
  pages={1 - 24}
}
ABSTRACT Understanding of the Asian early Paleogene avifauna is limited relative to that of North American and European avifauna of the same period. While major patterns of mammalian faunal exchange among these three regions across the Paleocene/Eocene boundary have been described, much less is known about the dynamics of bird diversity over the same time interval. Here, we report bird fossils from the earliest Eocene Bumban Member of the Naranbulag Formation in central Mongolia that add to the… Expand
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