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... Especially the Late Cretaceous/early Paleogene taxa are probably basal to several modern orders, while later Paleogene taxa often represent extinct lineages outside the modern families ... anseriform? Lonchodytes (Late Cretaceous/?Early Palaeocene) – gaviiform/pelecaniform? procellariiform? "Lonchodytes" pterygius (Late Cretaceous/?Early Palaeocene ... pelecanid)? pelagornithid? Pseudocrypturus (Green River Early/middle Eocene of C USA) – lithornithiform? Archaeotrogonidae – basal Cypselomorphae ...
... Late Eocene of England) – basal phalacrococacoid? "Sula ronzoni (Early Oligocene of Ronzon, France) – formerly Mergus and Prophalacrocorax "Pelecaniforme ... Jebel Qatrani Early Oligocene of Fayum, Egypt) basal phalacrococacoid (similar to Piscator?)? Borvocarbo (Late Oligocene of C Europe) – phalacrocoracid? basal phalacrococacoid ... Late Pliocene) Extant genera present in the fossil record Morus (Early Miocene – Recent) Sula (Middle Pliocene – Recent) Phalacrocoracidae – Cormorants and shags Limicorallus (middle ...
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