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Published: 01 January 1964
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1964) S7-VI (2): 240–252.
... representative of the genus from the Miocene and Pliocene of the northern Sahara region, has a thick shell characterized by air canals less closely related to those of the Struthioniform and Aepyornithiform types than to the Rheiform and Dinornithiform types. Africa Aves Cenozoic Chordata egg shell...
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Figure  2 —Biased taxonomic representation in molecular databases for birds...
Published: 01 January 2004
and struthioniform sequence data suggests that additional molecular anchorpoints will be available in the future
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Published: 01 January 2004
Journal of Paleontology (2004) 78 (1): 45–50.
... and struthioniform sequence data suggests that additional molecular anchorpoints will be available in the future ...
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Published: 24 April 2014
Geological Magazine (2015) 152 (1): 70–79.
... restudied: a small Middle Eocene Ostrich (Aves: Struthioniformes). Paleovertebrata 17 , 27 – 42 . Hoyt D. F. 1979 . Practical methods of estimating volume and fresh weight of bird eggs . The Auk 96...
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Published: 01 September 2013
Journal of Paleontology (2013) 87 (5): 922–929.
.... Geraads D. 2008 . The Struthionidae and Pelagornithidae (Aves: Struthioniformes, Odontopterygiformes) from the late Pliocene of Ahl Al Oughlam, Morocco . Oryctos , 7 : 169 – 187...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 September 2007
PALAIOS (2007) 22 (5): 465–475.
... to the Phoenicopteriphormes, Struthioniformes, Sphenisciformes, Pelecaniformes, and Procellariiformes build their nests in colonial nesting sites on the ground. Greater flamingos ( Phoenicopterus ruber ) make nests of mud by scooping bits of mud on top of one another with the lower jaw and then piling and smoothing this mud...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 January 2001
Paleobiology (2001) 27 (1): 39–58.
... ). Full-term embryonic and early neonates, ranging from the Struthioniformes (e.g., emu and ostrich) to the Passeriformes (e.g., meadowlark), have highly vascularized, woven bone tissues and high basal metabolic rates. It would appear to follow from simple actualistic comparison that non-avian dinosaurs...
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Published: 26 September 2017
Geological Magazine (2018) 155 (7): 1596–1620.
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Published: 02 February 2016
Geological Magazine (2017) 154 (1): 119–146.
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