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ELOPTERYX REVISITED - A NEW BIRD-LIKE SPECIMEN FROM THE MAASTRICHTIAN OF THE HAŢEG BASIN (ROMANIA)

Abstract Putative bird remains were reported relatively early from the Maastrichtian continental beds of the Haţeg Basin. They were referred to as Elopteryx nopcsai Andrews, 1913 based on material collected by Nopcsa (femora, tibiotarsi), diagnosed as a large-size cormorant-like bird. Subsequently, the tibiotarsi were redescribed as belonging to two new taxa of large owls (Bradycneme draculae, Heptasteornis andrewsi).

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