Some articles on extant genera, extant genera present:
... picapicensis (Cuba, West Indies) Extinct species of extant genera New Caledonian Swamphen, Porphyrio kukwiedei (New Caledonia, Melanesia) - may have survived into historic times ... to historic times Gruidae - Cranes Extinct species of extant genera Cuban Flightless Crane, Grus cubensis (Cuba, West Indies) †Aptornithidae - Adzebills (probably belongs in distinct order) Aptornis ...
... Pleistocene of Uruguay) Prehistoric species of extant genera Pseudoseisura cursor (Ensenada Early/Middle Pleistocene of Anchorena, Argentina) Cinclodes major (Middle ... some may be from extant genera Orthonychidae – logrunners Extant genera present in the fossil record Orthonyx (Middle/Late Miocene – Recent) Oriolidae – Old World ... Henocitta (Middle Pleistocene) Extant genera present in the fossil record Corvus (Late Miocene — Recent) Pica (Late Pliocene/Early Pleistocene – Recent) Pyrrhocorax Placement unresolved ...
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