Fossile Accipitriformes

Family incertae sedis

Aviraptor longicrus Mayr & Hurum [3]

Accipitridae

Anchigyps voorhiesi Zhang, Feduccia & James

Apatosagittarius terrenus Feduccia & Voorhies

Archaehierax sylvestris Mather, Lee, Camens & Worthy [6]

Buteo dundasi Degrange et al. [5]
Buteo sanfelipensis Suárez [3]

Buteogallus royi Suárez [4]

Cryptogyps lacertosus (de Vis) [7]

Garganoaetus freudenthali Ballmann
Garganoaetus murivorus Ballmann

Gigantohierax itchei Suárez [4]

Gypaetus georgii Sánchez-Marco [8]

Gyps bochenskii Boev
Gyps melitensis Lydekker

Neogyps errans Miller

Neophron lolis Sánchez-Marco [8]

Neophrontops americanus Miller
Neophrontops slaughteri Feduccia
Neophrontops vallecitoensis Howard
Neophrontops vetustus Wetmore

Palaeoplancus dammanni Mayr & Perner [1]

Vinchinavis paka Tambussi et al. [2]

Horusornithidae

Horusornis vianeyliaudae Mourer-Chauviré

Pandionidae

Pandion homalopteron Warter
Pandion lovensis Becker
Pandion pannonicus Kessler

Pandionidae gen. & sp. ‚Bad Münster am Stein, Deutschland‘

Sagittariidae

Amanuensis pickfordi Mourer-Chauviré

Pelargopappus magnus Milne-Edwards

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References:

[1] Gerald Mayr; Thomas Perner: A new species of diurnal birds of prey from the late Eocene of Wyoming (USA) – one of the earliest New World records of the Accipitridae (hawks, eagles, and allies). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie – Abhandlungen 297(2): 205 – 215. 2020
[2] Claudia P. Tambussi; Federico J. Degrange; Patricia L. Ciccioli; Francisco Prevosti: Avian remains from the Toro Negro Formation (Neogene), Central Andes of Argentina. Journa of South American Earth Sciences 2020
[3] Gerald Mayr; Jørn H. Hurum: A tiny, long-legged raptor from the early Oligocene of Poland may be the earliest bird-eating diurnal bird of prey. The Science of Nature 107(48): 2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00114-020-01703-z
[4] William Suárez: The fossil avifauna of the tar seeps Las Breas de San Felipe, Matanzas, Cuba. Zootaxa 4780(1). 2020
[5] Federico J. Degrange, Claudia P. Tambussi, Matías L. Taglioretti, and Fernando A. Scaglia: A new buzzard from the late Pliocene of Argentina. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. https://doi.org/10.4202/app.00933.2021
[6] Ellen K. Mather; Michael S. Y. Lee; Aaron B. Camens; Trevor H. Worthy: An exceptional partial skeleton of a new basal raptor (Aves: Accipitridae) from the late Oligocene Namba formation, South Australia. Historical Biology – An International Journal of Paleobiology, September 2021
[7] E. K. Mather; M. S. Lee; T. H. Worthy: A new look at an old Australian raptor places „Taphaetus“ lacertosus de Vis 1905 in the Old World vultures (Accipitridae: Aegypiinae). Zootaxa 1–23. 2022
[8] Antonio Sánchez-Marco: Two new Gypaetinae (Accipitridae, Aves) from the late Miocene of Spain. Historical Biology. https://doi.org/10.1080/08912963.2022.2053117. 2022

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bearbeitet: 16.08.2022