Fossil records for the family Emeidae  [Emeid Moas]

Anomalopteryx didiformis
(Owen)   1844
Quaternary of New Zealand
Primary materials: Type: complete skeleton

Trevor H. Worthy,
An overview of the taxonomy, fossil history, biology and extinction of moas
Proceedings of the Twentieth International Ornithologists Congress, Symposium 6 (1991): 555-562


Megalapteryx didinus
(Owen)   1883
Holocene of New Zealand
Primary materials: Type: incomplete skeleton

Trevor H. Worthy,
An overview of the taxonomy, fossil history, biology and extinction of moas
Proceedings of the Twentieth International Ornithologists Congress, Symposium 6 (1991): 555-562


Pachyornis elephantopus
(Owen)   1856
Holocene Stewart Island, off s South Island, New Zealand
Primary materials: Lectotype: left metatarsus

Trevor H. Worthy,
An overview of the taxonomy, fossil history, biology and extinction of moas
Proceedings of the Twentieth International Ornithologists Congress, Symposium 6 (1991): 555-562


Pachyornis australis
Oliver   1949
Holocene of New Zealand
Primary materials:

Trevor H. Worthy,
An overview of the taxonomy, fossil history, biology and extinction of moas
Proceedings of the Twentieth International Ornithologists Congress, Symposium 6 (1991): 555-562


Pachyornis mappini
Archey   1941
Holocene of North Island, New Zealand
Primary materials:

Trevor H. Worthy,
An overview of the taxonomy, fossil history, biology and extinction of moas
Proceedings of the Twentieth International Ornithologists Congress, Symposium 6 (1991): 555-562


Emeus crassus
(Owen)   1846
Holocene of New Zealand, South Island
Primary materials:

Trevor H. Worthy,
An overview of the taxonomy, fossil history, biology and extinction of moas
Proceedings of the Twentieth International Ornithologists Congress, Symposium 6 (1991): 555-562


Euryapteryx geranoides
(Owen)   1848
Holocene of New Zealand
Primary materials: Lectotype: skull

Trevor H. Worthy,
An overview of the taxonomy, fossil history, biology and extinction of moas
Proceedings of the Twentieth International Ornithologists Congress, Symposium 6 (1991): 555-562


Euryapteryx curtus
(Owen)   1846
Late Pliocene-Holocene of New Zealand, North Island, Great-Barrier Island
Primary materials: Lectotype: tibia

Trevor H. Worthy,
An overview of the taxonomy, fossil history, biology and extinction of moas
Proceedings of the Twentieth International Ornithologists Congress, Symposium 6 (1991): 555-562


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