Fossil record of the Cathartiformes

Cathartidae

Aizenogyps toomeyae Emslie

Brasilogyps faustoi Alvarenga

Breagyps clarki Miller

Cathartes emsliei Suárez & Olson [2]

Coragyps occidentalis Miller
Coragyps seductus Suárez [3]

Diatropornis ellioti (Milne-Edwards)

Dryornis pampeanus Moreno & Mercerat [4]

Geronogyps reliquus Campbell

Gymnogyps amplus Miller
Gymnogyps howardae Campbell
Gymnogyps kofordi Emslie
Gymnogyps varonai (Arredondo)

Hadrogyps aigialeus Emslie

Pampagyps imperator Agnolin et al. [1]

Perugyps diazi Stucchi & Emslie

Phasmagyps patritus Wetmore

Pleistovultur nevesi Alvarenga et al.

Pliogyps charon Becker
Pliogyps fisheri Tordoff

Sarcoramphus fisheri Campbell

Wingegyps cartellei Alvarenga & Olson

Teratornithidae

Aiolornis incredibilis (Howard)

Argentavis magnificens Campbell & Tonni

Cathartornis gracilis Miller

Taubatornis campbelli Olson & Alvarenga

Teratornis merriami Millner
Teratornis woodburnensis Campbell & Stenger

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References:

[1] Federico L. Agnolin; Federico Brissón Egli; Esteban Soibelzon; Sergio G. Rodriguez; Leopoldo H. Soibelzon; Facundo Iacona; David Piazza: A new large Cathartidae from the Quaternary of Argentina, with a review of the fossil record of condors in South America. Contribuciones Científicas del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales “Bernardino Rivadavia” 7: 1-16. 2017
[2] William Suárez; Storrs L. Olson: A new fossil vulture (Cathartidae: Cathartes) from Quaternary asphalt and cave deposits in Cuba. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 140(3): 335-343. 2020
[3] William Suárez: The fossil avifauna of the tar seeps Las Breas de San Felipe, Matanzas, Cuba. Zootaxa 4780(1). 2020
[4] Federico J. Degrange; Claudia P. Tambussi; Matías L. Taglioretti; Fernando A. Scaglia: Phylogenetic affinities and morphology of the Pilocene cathartiform Dryornis pampeanus Moreno & Mercerat. Papers in Palaeontology 2021

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edited: 17.04.2021