The Vertebrates References

Galloanserae: References

Abbreviated Dendrogram
Aves ├─Gruimorpha └─Galloanserae ├─Galliformes │ ├─Megapodidae │ └─┬─Numididae │ └─Phasianidae ├─Anseriformes │ ├─Anhimidae │ └─Anseres │ ├─Presbyornithidae │ └─Anatidae │ ├─Anserinae │ └─Anatinae └─Charadriomorpha



Benson, RD (1999), Presbyornis isoni and other Late Paleocene birds from North Dakota. Smithsonian Contribs. Paleobiol. 89: 253-259. Presbyornis, Telmabates.

Clark, JA & MA Norell (2004), New avialan remains and a review of the known avifauna from the Late Cretaceous Nemegt Formation of Mongolia. Amer. Mus. Nov. No. 3447, 12 pp. Presbyornithidae, Teviornis.

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

Dyke, GJ (2000), The fossil waterfowl (Aves: Anseriformes) from the Tertiary of England. J. Vert. Paleontol. 20: 39A. Anseres, Anatalavis.

Dyke, GJ (2001), The fossil waterfowl (Aves: Anseriformes) from the Eocene of England. Amer. Mus. Nov. No. 3354, 15 pp. WWW Anatalavis.

Ericson, PGP (1997), Systematic relationships of the paleogene family Presbyornithidae (Aves: Anseriformes). Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 121: 429-483. Anatidae, Anhimidae, Anseriformes, Presbyornithidae, Telmabates.

Ericson, PGP (1999), New material of Juncitarsus Phoenicopteriformes), with a guide for differentiating that genus from the Presbyornithidae (Anseriformes), Smithsonian Contribs. Paleobiol. 89: 245-251. Presbyornis, Presbyornithidae.

Feduccia, A (1999), The Origin and Evolution of Birds (2nd ed.). Yale Univ. Press, 466 pp. Anhimidae, Gallinuloididae, Presbyornithidae.

Hope, S (2002), The Mesozoic radiation of Neornithes, in LM Chiappe & LM Witmer [eds.], Mesozoic Birds: Above the Heads of the Dinosaurs. Univ. Calif. Press, pp. 339-388. Anatidae, Anatoidea, Anseres, Presbyornithidae.

Horn, PL, JA Rafalski & PJ Whitehead (1996), Molecular genetic (RAPD) analysis of breeding magpie geese. Auk 113: 552-557.  Anseranas.

Kurochkin, EN, GJ Dyke & AA Karhu (2002), A New Presbyornithid Bird (Aves, Anseriformes) from the Late Cretaceous of Southern Mongolia. Amer. Mus. Nov. 3386: 11 pp. WWW  Anseres, Presbyornis, Presbyornithidae, Telmabates, Teviornis.

Livezey, BC, (1996), A phylogenetic analysis of geese and swans (Anseriformes: Anserinae), including selected fossil species. Syst. Biol. 45: 415-450. Cnemiornis.  

Livezey, BC (1997), A phylogenetic analysis of basal Anseriformes, the fossil Presbyornis, and the interordinal relationships of waterfowl. Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 121: 361-428. Anatalavis, Anatidae, Anatoidea, Anhimidae, Anseranas, Anseres, Anseriformes, Presbyornis.  

Livezey, BC (1997a), A phylogenetic analysis of modern sheldgeese and shelducks (Anatidae, Tadornini). Ibis 139: 51-66.

Livezey, BC & RL Zusi (2001), Higher-order phylogenetics of modern Aves based on comparative anatomy. Netherlands J. Zool. 51: 179-205.

Olson, SL (1999), The anseriform relationships of Anatalavis Olson and Parris (Anseranatidae), with a new species from the lower Eocene London Clay. Smithsonian Contribs. Paleobiol. 89: 231-243.  Anatalavis, Anatidae, Cnemiornis,Presbyornithidae.

Olsen, SL & A Feduccia (1980), Presbyornis and the origin of the Anseriformes (Aves, Charadrimorphae). Smithsonian Contribs. Zool. 323, 24 pp. Galloanserae, Presbyornis.

Olson, SL & DC Parris (1987), The Cretaceous birds of New Jersey. Smithsonian Contribs. Paleobiol. 63, 22 pp. Anatalavis, Anseres.

Shufeldt, RW (1901), On the osteology and systematic position of the screamers (Palamedea: Chauna). Amer. Naturalist, 35: 455-461. Anhimidae

Whitehead, PJ & K Saalfeld (2000), Nesting phenology of the Magpie Goose Anseranas semipalmata: responses to antecedent rainfall. J. Zool., Lond. 251: 495-508.  Anseranas.

Worthy, TH, RN Holdaway, MD Sorenson & AC Cooper 1997), Description of the first complete skeleton of Cnemiornis calcitrans Owen, (Aves: Anatidae), and a reassessment of the relationships of Cnemiornis. J. Zool., Lond. 243: 695-723. Anatidae, Anseranas, Cnemiornis.

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