Fossil records for the family New Zealand Wrens

Dendroscansor decurvirostris
Millener & Worthy   1991
Late Holocene of New Zealand
Primary materials: Holotype: partial skeleton
Secondary materials: Paratypes: mandibula

Philip R. Millener & T. H. Worthy,
Contribution to New Zealand's late Quaternary avifauna. II: Dendroscansor decurvirostris, a new genus and species of wren (Aves: Acantisittidae)
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 21, 2 (1991): 179-200


Pachyplichas yaldwyni
Millener   1988
Holocene of South Island, New Zealand
Primary materials: Holotype: complete right tarsometatarsus
Secondary materials: Paratypes: incomplete skull, mandibula, ternum, right scapula, both coraco´dea, both humeri, both ulnae, left carpometacarpus, both femora, both tibiotarsi, right fibula, left tarsometatarsus, pedal phalanges, ribben, partial cranium, partial rostrum, nearly complete pelvis, both radii, sternum, partial skeleton

Philip R. Millener,
Contributions to New Zealand's late Quaternary avifauna. I: Pachyplichas, a new genus of wren (Aves: Acanthisittidae), with two new species
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 18 (1988): 383-406


Pachyplichas jagmi
Millener   1988
Holocene of North Island, New Zealand
Primary materials: Holotype: complete right tarsometatarsus
Secondary materials: Paratypes: both coraco´dea, both humeri, left ulna, right radius, left femur, both tibiotarsi, partial synsacrum

Philip R. Millener,
Contributions to New Zealand's late Quaternary avifauna. I: Pachyplichas, a new genus of wren (Aves: Acanthisittidae), with two new species
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 18 (1988): 383-406


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