Fossil records for the family Hawks and Allies

Haliaeetus australis
(Harrison & Walker)   1973
Subrecent, Chatham Islands, sw Pacific Ocean
Primary materials: Holotype: left tarsometatarsus
Secondary materials: Paratypes: both tarsometatarsus, pelves, scapula

Collin James Oliver Harrison & Cyril Alexander Walker,
An undescribed extinct fish-eagle from the Chatham Islands
Ibis 115 (1973): 274-277


Accipiter efficax
Balouet & Olson   1989
Holocene of New Caledonia
Primary materials: Holotype: left tarsometatarsus
Secondary materials: Paratypes: coracoïdea, scapulae, humerus, ulnae, carpometacarpi, tibiotarsus, phalanges

Jean Christophe Balouet & Storrs L. Olson,
Fossil birds from late Quaternary deposits in New Caledonia
Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 469 (1989): 1-38
Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C.


Accipiter quartus
Balouet & Olson   1989
Holocene of New Caledonia
Primary materials: Holotype: left femur
Secondary materials: Paratypes: tibiotarsi

Jean Christophe Balouet & Storrs L. Olson,
Fossil birds from late Quaternary deposits in New Caledonia
Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 469 (1989): 1-38
Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C.


Harpagornis moorei
Haast   1872
Holocene of New Zealand
Primary materials: Holotype: nearly complete skeleton

Pierce Brodkorb,
Catalogue of fossil birds. Part 2 (Anseriformes through Galliformes)
Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 8 (1964): 195-335


Stephanoaetus mahery
Goodman   1994
Holocene, subrecent of Madagascar
Primary materials: Holotype: left tibiotarsus
Secondary materials: Paratype: distal pedal phalanges, distal part right ulna, pelvis fragment

Steven M. Goodman,
Description of a new species of subfossil eagle from Madagascar: Stephanoaetus (Aves: Falconiformes) from the deposits of Amphasambazimba
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 107 421-428 (1994)


Falco duboisi
Cowles   1994
Holocene of Réunion, w Mascarene Islands, wc Indian Ocean
Primary materials: Holotype: left tarsometatarsus
Secondary materials: Paratypes: left tarsometatarsus, left coracoïd, clavicula, right tibiotarsus (immature), incomplete lower jaw

Graham S. Cowles,
A new genus, three new species and two new records of extinct Holocene birds from Réunion Island, Indian Ocean
Géobios 27 (1994): 87-93


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