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The Identiy of the Fossil Raptor of the Genus Amplibuteo (Aves : Accipitridae) from the Quaternary of Cuba
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En: CARIBBEAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE, vol. 40, núm. 1; Apr. 2004: p 120-125. bibl. foto. gráf. tabla.
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Revista: Caribbean journal of science, vol. 40, núm. 1; Apr. 2004
Resumen: One partial skeleton recoded as Amplibuteo sp., from a Quaternary cave deposit at Cueva de Sandoval, La Habana, Cuba, is identified as Amplibuteo woodwardi (L. Miller), previously known from North America (California and Florida). This is the first record of this species in the West Indies. It is the fourth large, extinct, buteonine hawk known at the specific level in the Antillean Subregion. The occurence of this taxon in Cuba is probably the result of invasion from Florida during the late Pleistocene.
Palabras Claves: Palabras claves: Accipitridae, Amplibuteo woodwardi, colonization, Cuba, Quaternary
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The Identiy of the Fossil Raptor of the Genus Amplibuteo (Aves : Accipitridae) from the Quaternary of Cuba

One partial skeleton recoded as Amplibuteo sp., from a Quaternary cave deposit at Cueva de Sandoval, La Habana, Cuba, is identified as Amplibuteo woodwardi (L. Miller), previously known from North America (California and Florida). This is the first record of this species in the West Indies. It is the fourth large, extinct, buteonine hawk known at the specific level in the Antillean Subregion. The occurence of this taxon in Cuba is probably the result of invasion from Florida during the late Pleistocene.
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