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IRMNG taxon details

Cathartiformes

10954  (urn:lsid:irmng.org:taxname:10954)

Coues, 1884
accepted
Order
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent + fossil
Not documented
Taxonomic remark IRMNG treatment currently follows Stucchi et al., 2015 in recognising this order for extant Cathartidae and fossil...  
Taxonomic remark IRMNG treatment currently follows Stucchi et al., 2015 in recognising this order for extant Cathartidae and fossil Teratornithidae; in other treatments Cathartidae are placed either in Falconiformes or Accipitriformes. [details]
IRMNG (2018). Cathartiformes. Accessed at: http://www.irmng.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=10954 on 2019-05-20
Date
action
by
2010-05-31 22:00:00Z
created
2011-12-31 23:00:00Z
changed
2016-07-29 23:57:30Z
changed

basis of record Stucchi, M.; Emslie, S. D.; Varas-Malca, R. M.; Urbina-Schmitt, M. (2015). A new late Miocene condor (Aves, Cathartidae) from Peru and the origin of South American Condors. <em>Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.</em> 35(5): e972507., available online at https://doi.org/10.1080/02724634.2015.972507 [details]   

current name source Stucchi, M.; Emslie, S. D.; Varas-Malca, R. M.; Urbina-Schmitt, M. (2015). A new late Miocene condor (Aves, Cathartidae) from Peru and the origin of South American Condors. <em>Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.</em> 35(5): e972507., available online at https://doi.org/10.1080/02724634.2015.972507 [details]   

extant flag source Stucchi, M.; Emslie, S. D.; Varas-Malca, R. M.; Urbina-Schmitt, M. (2015). A new late Miocene condor (Aves, Cathartidae) from Peru and the origin of South American Condors. <em>Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.</em> 35(5): e972507., available online at https://doi.org/10.1080/02724634.2015.972507 [details]   
From other sources
Taxonomic remark IRMNG treatment currently follows Stucchi et al., 2015 in recognising this order for extant Cathartidae and fossil Teratornithidae; in other treatments Cathartidae are placed either in Falconiformes or Accipitriformes. [details]