User:Ornithodiez/Enantiornithine records

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    • Enantiornithes indet., Asia.

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  1. ^ Elzanowski (1974) Preliminary note on the palaeognathous bird from the Upper Cretaceous of Mongolia.
  2. ^ Brodkorb (1976) Discovery of a Cretaceous bird, apparently ancestral to the orders Coraciiformes and Piciformes (Aves: Carinatae).
  3. ^ Elżanowski (1976) Palaeognathous bird from the Cretaceous of Central Asia.
  4. ^ Walker (1981) New subclass of birds from the Cretaceous of South America.
  5. ^ Elżanowski (1981) Embryonic Bird Skeletons from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia.
  6. ^ a b c Nessov (1984) Upper Cretaceous pterosaurs and birds from Central Asia.
  7. ^ Brett-Surman & Paul (1985) A new family of bird-like dinosaurs linking Laurasia and Gondwanaland
  8. ^ Molnar (1986) An enantiornithine bird from the Lower Cretaceous of Queensland, Australia
  9. ^ Sanz et al. (1988) Unusual Early Cretaceous birds from Spain.
  10. ^ Lacasa-Ruiz (1989) New genus of fossil bird from the Neocomian locality of Montsec (Lerida province, Spain).
  11. ^ Nessov & Yarkov (1989) New Cretaceous-Paleogene birds of the USSR and some remarks on the origin and evolution of the Class Aves.
  12. ^ Zhou et al. (1992) Preliminary report on a Mesozoic bird from Liaoning, China.
  13. ^ Sanz & Buscalioni (1992) A new bird from the Early Cretaceous of Las Hoyas, Spain, and the early radiation of birds.
  14. ^ Sereno & Rao (1992) Early evolution of avian flight and perching: new evidence from the Lower Cretaceous of China.
  15. ^ a b c Chiappe, L.M. (1993) Enantiornithine (Aves) Tarsometatarsi from the Cretaceous Lecho Formation of Northwestern Argentina.
  16. ^ Chiappe, L.M. & Calvo, J.O. (1994) Neuquenornis volans, a New Late Cretaceous Bird (Enantiornithes: Avisauridae) from Patagonia, Argentina.
  17. ^ Hou (1994) A late Mesozoic bird from Inner Mongolia.
  18. ^ Varrichio, D.J. & Chiappe, L.M. (1995) A New Enantiornithine Bird From the Upper Cretaceous Two medicine Formation of Montana.
  19. ^ Zhou, Z. (1995) Discovery of a New Enantiornithine Bird from the Cretaceous of Liaoning, China.
  20. ^ Sanz et al. (1996) An Early Cretaceous bird from Spain and its implications for the evolution of avian flight.
  21. ^ a b Kurochkin (1996) A new enantiornithid of the Mongolian Late Cretaceous, and a general appraisal of the infraclass Enantiornithes (Aves).
  22. ^ Hou, L. (1996) The discovery of a Jurassic carinate bird in China.
  23. ^ a b c d e Hou (1997) Mesozoic birds of China.
  24. ^ a b c d e Panteleyev (1998) New species of enantiornithines (Aves: Enantiornithes) from the Upper Cretaceous of central Kyzylkum.
  25. ^ Hou et al. (1999) Archaeopteryx to opposite birds – missing link from the Mesozoic of China.
  26. ^ Kurochkin (1999) A new large enantiornithid from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia.
  27. ^ Hou & Chen (1999) Liaoxiornis dlicatus gen. et sp. nov., the smallest Mesozoic bird.
  28. ^ Ji & Ji (1999) A new genus of the Mesozoic birds from Lingyuan, Liaoning, China.
  29. ^ Zhang & Zhou (2000) A Primitive Enantiornithine Bird and the Origin of Feathers.
  30. ^ Chiappe, L.M. et al. (2001) A New Skull of Gobipteryx minuta (Aves: Enantiornithes) from the Cretaceous of the Gobi Desert.
  31. ^ Zhang et al. (2001) Early diversification of birds: Evidence from a new opposite bird.
  32. ^ Hou, L.H. et al. (2002) Mesozoic Birds from Western Liaoning in China.
  33. ^ Zhou (2002) A new and primitive enantiornithine bird from the Early Cretaceous of China.
  34. ^ Chiappe et al. (2002) New enantiornithine bird from the marine Upper Cretaceous of Alabama.
  35. ^ Hou et al. (2004) New Early Cretaceous fossil from China documents a novel trophic specialization for Mesozoic birds.
  36. ^ Zhang et al. (2004) Description of a new enantiornithine bird from the Early Cretaceous of Hebei, northern China.
  37. ^ Kurochkin, E.N. et al. (2006) On the brain of a primitive bird from the Upper Cretaceous of European Russia.
  38. ^ Zhang et al. (2006) The first Mesozoic heterodactyl bird from China.
  39. ^ Li et al. (2006) New Eoenantiornithid Bird from the Early Cretaceous Jiufotang Formation of Western Liaoning, China.
  40. ^ Li et al. (2007) Alethoalaornithidae fam. nov.: a new family of enantiornithine bird from the Lower Cretaceous of western Liaoning.
  41. ^ Chiappe et al. (2007) A new Enantiornithine bird from the Late Cretaceous of the Gobi desert.
  42. ^ Walker et al. (2007) Large euenantiornithine birds from the Cretaceous of southern France, North America and Argentina.
  43. ^ Zheng et al. (2007) A new enantiornithine bird with four long rectrices from the Early Cretaceous of northern Hebei, China.
  44. ^ Li et al. (2008) A new species of Cathayornis from the Lower Cretaceous of Inner Mongolia, China and its stratigraphic significance.
  45. ^ Cau & Arduni (2008) Enantiophoenix electrophyla gen. et sp. nov. (Aves, Enantiornithes) from the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian) of Lebanon and its phylogenetic relationships.
  46. ^ Zhou et al. (2008) Insight into diversity, body size and morphological evolution from the largest Early Cretaceous enantiornithine bird.
  47. ^ Walker, C.A. & Dyke, G.J. (2009) Euenantiornithine birds from the Late Cretaceous of El Brete (Argentina).
  48. ^ Morschhauser et al. (2009) Anatomy of the Early Cretaceous bird Rapaxavis pani, a new species from Liaoning Province, China.
  49. ^ Dyke, G.J. & Osi, A. (2010) A review of Late Cretaceous fossil birds from Hungary.
  50. ^ Tykoski, R.S. & Fiorillo, A.R. (2010) An enantiornithine bird from the lower middle Cenomanian of Texas.
  51. ^ Wang, X. et al. (2010) A new enantiornithine bird from the early Cretaceous of western Liaoning, China.
  52. ^ Novas, F.E. et al. (2010) New enantiornithine bird (Aves, Ornithothoraces) from the Late Cretaceous of NW Argentina.
  53. ^ Wang, X. et al. (2010) New species of Enantiornithes (Aves: Ornithothoraces) from the Qiaotou Formation in Northern Hebei, China.
  54. ^ O'Connor et al. (2010) A new ornithuromorph (Aves: Ornithothoraces) bird from the Jehol Group indicative of higher-level diversity.
  55. ^ Hu, D. et al. (2011) A new enantiornithine bird from the Lower Cretaceous of western Liaoning, China.
  56. ^ Kurochkin, E.N. et al. (2011) A new taxon of birds (Aves) from the Early Cretaceous of Western Siberia, Russia.
  57. ^ Ji, S. et al. (2011) A new three-dimensionally preserved enantiornithine bird (Aves Ornithothoraces) from Gansu Province, north-western China.
  58. ^ Farke & Petel (2012) An enantiornithine bird from the Campanian Kaiparowits Formation of Utah, USA.
  59. ^ Hu et al. (2012) A new enantiornithine bird from the Lower Cretaceous of Western Liaoning, China, and its implications for early avian evolution.
  60. ^ Li et al. (2012) New Eoenantiornithid Bird from the Early Cretaceous Jiufotang Formation of Western Liaoning, China.
  61. ^ Kurochkin, E.N. et al. (2013) An embryonic enantiornithine bird and associated eggs from the cretaceous of Mongolia.
  62. ^ O'Connor et al. (2013) A new enantiornithine from the Yixian Formation with the first recognized avian enamel specialization.
  63. ^ Wang, X. (2013) Xinghaiornis lini (Aves: Ornithothoraces) from the Early Cretaceous of Liaoning: An Example of Evolutionary Mosaic in Early Birds.
  64. ^ Zhang, Z. et al. (2014) A large enantiornithine bird from the Lower Cretaceous of China and its implication for lung ventilation
  65. ^ Wang, X. et al. (2014) Insights into the evolution of rachis dominated tail feathers from a new basal enantiornithine (Aves: Ornithothoraces).
  66. ^ Wang, M. et al. (2014) A new robust enantiornithine bird from the Lower Cretaceous of China with scansorial adaptations.
  67. ^ Dalsatt, J. et al. (2014) A New Enantiornithes (Aves) from the Early Cretaceous of China.
  68. ^ a b Wang, M. et al. (2014) A new diverse enantiornithine family (Bohaiornithidae fam. nov.) from the Lower Cretaceous of China with information from two new species.
  69. ^ *Wang, M. et al. (2014) The first enantiornithine bird from the Upper Cretaceous of China.
  70. ^ Zhang, Z. et al. (2013) A large bird from the Early Cretaceous of China: new information on the skull of enantiornithines.