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      Earliest northeastern Atlantic Ocean basin record of an auk (Charadriiformes, Pan-Alcidae): fossil remains from the Miocene of Germany

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      Journal of Ornithology

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              An Alphataxonomic Revision of Extinct and Extant Razorbills (Aves, Alcidae): A Combined Morphometric and Phylogenetic Approach

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                Journal
                Journal of Ornithology
                J Ornithol
                Springer Nature
                2193-7192
                2193-7206
                July 2013
                March 2013
                : 154
                : 3
                : 775-782
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                10.1007/s10336-013-0943-6
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