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A specimen of little bush moa Anomalopteryx didiformis (Owen, 1844), Emeidae Bonaparte, 1854 from the National Museum of Natural History, Sofia

Boev, Zlatozar

2018 — volume 32 — pages 3—5 — [PDF]

Abstract: A complete right tarsometatarsus from an unknown site of New Zealand was identified as little bush moa (Anomalopteryx didiformis (Owen, 1844)), possibly an adult male individual.

Keywords: Dinornithiformes, moa, Anomalopteryx didiformis, extinct birds, New Zealand

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