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Relationships of the extinct moa-nalos, flightless Hawaiian waterfowl
ampli¢ed and sequenced mitochondrial DNA from fossil moa-nalo bones to determine their ... A. C.
Nene. Flightless Ibis #2. Laysan Duck.
On the back of this page the name and descrip- tion of each behavior and . Moa Nalo probably fed on leafy forest plants, which is a very unusual diet for a bird.
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Figure 1. Subfossil bones of the moa-nalo, Thambetoc/zen clzauliodoux. .
A Millennium of Human Activity at Makauwahi Cave, M¯ah¯a`ulep
the turtle-jawed moa-nalo (Chelychelynechen quassus), a flightless duck. (Olson and James, 1991).

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Moa-nalo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Hawaii - The Vanishing Species
They also brought small pigs whose presence led to the extinction of at least 35 species of birds. Flightless moa nalo, now extinct on the Hawaiian islands.
Moa-Nalo - Characteristics, Behavior and Habitat of the Moa-Nalo
Moa-nalo - The Lost Fowl - Extinct Species
The Moa-nalo were a species of ducks that were similar physically to geese and native to the larger of the Hawaiian Islands in the pacific. These large.

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