Full reference: S. J. Nesbitt and J. A. Clarke. 2016. The anatomy and taxonomy of the exquisitely preserved Green River Formation (Early Eocene) lithornithids (Aves) and the relationships of Lithornithidae. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 406:1-91
Sister taxa: none
Type specimen: AMNH 30578, a skeleton (Essentially complete skeleton with soft-tissue preservation including feathers, pedal scales, and claw sheaths). Its type locality is Warfield Springs, which is in a Wasatchian lacustrine deltaic limestone in the Green River Formation of Wyoming.
Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore
Distribution: found only at Warfield Springs
Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.
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