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Article: Oldest, smallest and phylogenetically most basal pelagornithid, from the early Paleocene of New Zealand, sheds light on the evolutionary history of the largest flying birds

Papers in Palaeontology - Volume 7 Issue 1 - Cover
Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 7
Part: 1
Publication Date: Febuary 2021
Page(s): 217 233
Author(s): Gerald Mayr, Vanesa L. De Pietri, Leigh Love, Al Mannering, and Richard Paul Scofield
DOI: 10.1002/spp2.1284
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How to Cite

MAYR, G., PIETRI, V.L.D., LOVE, L., MANNERING, A., SCOFIELD, R.P. 2021. . Papers in Palaeontology, 7, 1, 217-233. DOI: /doi/10.1002/spp2.1284

Author Information

  • Gerald Mayr - Ornithological Section Senckenberg Research Institute & Natural History Museum Frankfurt Senckenberganlage 25 D‐60325 Frankfurt am Main Germany
  • Vanesa L. De Pietri - Canterbury Museum Rolleston Avenue Christchurch 8050 New Zealand
  • Leigh Love - PO Box 49 Waipara 7483 New Zealand
  • Al Mannering - Canterbury Museum Rolleston Avenue Christchurch 8050 New Zealand
  • Richard Paul Scofield - Canterbury Museum Rolleston Avenue Christchurch 8050 New Zealand

Publication History

  • Issue published online: 08 March 2021
  • Manuscript Accepted: 15 May 2019
  • Manuscript Received: 18 February 2019

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Marsden Fund

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