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The Pleistocene avifauna of the Talara tar seeps, northwestern Peru.

by Kenneth Eugene Campbell

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paleontology -- Peru -- Piura (Dept.),
  • Florida -- History -- 1821-1865.,
  • Florida -- History -- 1821-1865.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 227 leaves.
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24131055M
    OCLC/WorldCa14120308

    Viator picis is an extinct genus and species of lapwing (Charadriiformes; Charadriidae; Vanellinae) known only from the upper Pleistocene asphalt deposits known as the Talara Tar Seeps, which are found near Talara, northwestern was described by Campbell (). Although it appears to be related to the southern lapwing (Belonopterus chilensis) and the Andean lapwing (Belonopterus Family: Charadriidae. Two species, one living and one extinct, have been recovered from the Talara Tar Seeps in northern coastal Peru. Eudocimus peruvianus was described from a tarsometatarsus that differed slightly from E. albus, whose remains were also found there. Remains of neither species are common in the beds. The tar seeps have been dated at 13, years : Aves.

      The Talara Tar Seeps of northwestern Peru are relatively well known fossil-rich deposits that lie on the Mancora Tablazo marine terrace, about m above sea level (Fig. S1; Lemon and Churcher, ; Czaplewski, ).Dated betw years B.P., fossilized floral and faunal remains from the Late Pleistocene have been discovered at Talara (Lemon and Churcher, Cited by: 1.   Passerine fossils identified from the Talara Tar Seeps, northwestern Peru. Modern habitat preferences are from Schulenberg et al. (), Ridgely and Tudor (), and our observations. “Tumbesian” refers to the region of arid and semi-arid habitats in northwestern Peru and southwestern Ecuador, west of the by:

    Gymnogyps howardae is an extinct large species of New World vultures in the family Cathartidae. Gymnogyps howardae is known only from the Late Pleistocene (Lujanian) asphalt deposits known as the Talara Tar Seeps, near to Talara, northwestern Peru. It lived about thousand years ago. References [ edit ]Class: Aves.   Richly fossiliferous marine deposits of Pleistocene age are associated with three major erosion surfaces in the Talara region of northwestern Peru. The fauna, geomorphology, and geologic history of the deposits are described in detail. A terrestrial vertebrate fauna from tar seep deposits on the oldest surface is compared with those of Cited by:


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