- New basal bird from China reveals the morphological diversity in early birds
- Phylogenetic analyses indicate that it is basal to the dominant Mesozoic avian clades Enantiornithes and Ornithuromorpha, and represents a new basal avialan lineage.
- Ornithuromorpha are the modern ancestor of birds not Mesozoic Enantiornithes
- Researchers have recently found the remains of the oldest ancestor of modern birds in China. The remains were embedded in an ancient rock chunk near a north-eastern Chinese town. According to the researchers, the silt rock carrying the remains was ...
- Ancient Bird From Age Of Dinosaurs Could Explain Mysteries Of Evolution
- Roughly 5.5 inches long, the long-extinct bird has not yet been awarded genus and species names, although it does belong to the group Enantiornithes. This classification of birds includes a diverse collection of more than 50 species of birds that lived ...
- New enantiornithine bird reveals the refinement for cranial kinesis occurring
- Enantiornithes is the most diverse Mesozoic birds. Approximately half of the known global diversity of Enantiornithes is from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota of China. The Jehol birds are usually complete and articulated, but compressed in two dimensions.
- New enantiornithine bird with an aerodynamic tail found in China
- He is also a major contributor to the study of Mesozoic birds; notably, he was the first to provide cladistic support for the validity of the Enantiornithes making it fitting to name this species of enantiornithine in his honor. Dr.
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