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ORDER: FALCONIFORMES Suborder Cathartae (New World vultures) Nearctic
to Neotropical. Seven existing species; fossils dating back perhaps to Eocene.
tSuperfiunUy Neocathartoidea One family, Neocathartidae. Fossil Nearctic ...
The exact relationship between the suborders Galbulae and Pici has not been
established. Lowe advocated relationship of the Galbulae with the Coraciiformes
(kingfishers, bee- eaters, etc.), and the merger of the Pici in the Passeri- formes.
Comparison of Systems of Passeriform Classification Encyclopaedia Britannica
Wetmore, 1960 Peters Checklist Storer, 1971 Order Passeriformes Passeriformes
Passeriformes Passeriformes Suborder Eurylaimi Eurylaimi Eurylaimi Eurylaimi ...
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