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l_raty

laurent raty
Aquila chrysaetos simurgh Weesie, 1987
Peter D. M. Weesie, 1987
The Quaternary Avifauna of Crete, Greece
University of Utrecht. 90 pp., 9 plates

I don't have this paper and can't find it on line, so help is needed
This seems to be a PhD thesis ? Published work from the next year, with the same title and the same name introduced on p. 18 :

Weesie PDM. 1988. The Quaternary Avifauna of Crete, Greece. Palaeovertebrata, 18 (1): 1-94.
 
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This seems to be PhD thesis ? Published work from the next year, with the same title and the same name introduced on p. 18 :

Weesie PDM. 1988. The Quaternary Avifauna of Crete, Greece. Palaeovertebrata, 18 (1): 1-94.
Yes I know this publication. In it Aquila chrysaetos simurgh is described as n.ssp.

I think you are right, Laurent and that the 1987 paper is his thesis. This makes Aquila chrysaetos simurgh Weesie, 1987 a Nomen Nudum and the orignal description is the 1988 paper. So the entry must become:

Aquila chrysaetos simurgh Weesie, 1988
Peter D. M Weesie, 1988
The Quaternary Avifauna of Crete, Greece
Palaeovertebrata 18: 1-94 + 9 plates
See attachment 1 (the link Laurent gives does not work good)

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Subfamilia Accipitrinae Vieillot, 1816
Tribus Accipitrini Vieillot, 1816

Genus Aviraptor G. Mayr et Hurum, 2020

Aviraptor longicrus G. Mayr et Hurum, 2020
Gerald Mayr & Jørn H. Hurum, 2020
A Tiny, Long-legged Raptor from the Early Oligocene of PolandMay Be the Earliest Bird-eating Diurnal Bird of Prey
The Science of Nature 107: 48

Genus Apatosagittarius Feduccia et Voorhies, 1989

Apatosagittarius terrenus Feduccia et Voorhies, 1989
Alan Feduccia & Michael R. Voorhies, 1989
A Miocene Hawk Converges on Secretarybird
Ibis 131: 349-354

Genus Climacarthrus Ameghino, 1899

Climacarthrus incompletus Ameghino, 1899
? Florentino Ameghino, 1899
Sinopsis Geológico-Paleontológica (Segundo Censo de la República Argentina), Suplemento (Adiciones y Correciones)
La Plata. Imprenta "La Libertat", pp 1-13
I donnot have the paper and cannot find it on-line, so help is needed

Genus Venerator Kurochkin, 1969

Venerator dementjevi (Kurochkin, 1968)
Evgeny Nikolayevic Kurochkin, 1968
[Fossil Remains of Birds from Mongolia]
Ornithologiya 9: 323-330
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Genus Gobihierax Kurochkin, 1968

Gobihierax edax Kurochkin, 1968
Evgeny Nikolayevic Kurochkin, 1968
[Fossil Remains of Birds from Mongolia]
Ornithologiya 9: 323-330
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Genus Accipiter Brisson, 1760

"Accipiter Bocheñskii" Boev, 2000
Abstracts 5th SAPE Meeting & Jehol Biota Symposium, Beijing 2000
Zlatozar Boev: Neogene Avifaunas of Bulgaria
Vertebrata PalAsiatica, supplement to 38: 1-63
Remarks: A Nomen Nudum (no description or indication.)

Accipiter gentilis brevidactylus Mourer-Chauviré, 1975
Cécile Mourer-Chauviré, 1975
Les Oiseaux du Pléistocène Moyen et Supérieur de France
Documents des Laboratoires de Géologie de la Faculté des Sciences de Lyon 64 1er et 2ième fasicule: 1-624
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Cecile-Mourer-Chauvire/publication/334965093_261_-_Les_oiseaux_du_Pleistocene_moyen_et_superieur_de_France_fasc_1/links/5d47f62aa6fdcc370a7c5d35/261-Les-oiseaux-du-Pleistocene-moyen-et-superieur-de-France-fasc-1.pdf

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Cecile-Mourer-Chauvire/publication/285282233_Les_oiseaux_du_Pleistocene_moyen_et_superieur_de_France/links/5d47f6f3299bf1995b664879/Les-oiseaux-du-Pleistocene-moyen-et-superieur-de-France.pdf?origin=publication_detail

Accipiter efficax Balouet et Olson, 1989
Jean Christophe Balouet & Storrs Lovejoy Olson, 1989
Fossil Birds from Late Quaternary Deposits in New Caledonia
Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology • Number 469: 1-38
Smithsonian Institution Press, City of Washington
https://repository.si.edu/handle/10088/5164 (go to view/open)

Accipiter quartus Balouet et Olson, 1989
Jean Christophe Balouet & Storrs Lovejoy Olson, 1989
Fossil Birds from Late Quaternary Deposits in New Caledonia
Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology • Number 469: 1-38
Smithsonian Institution Press, City of Washington
https://repository.si.edu/handle/10088/5164 (go to view/open)
 

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l_raty

laurent raty
Climacarthrus incompletus Ameghino, 1899
? Florentino Ameghino, 1899
Sinopsis Geológico-Paleontológica (Segundo Censo de la República Argentina), Suplemento (Adiciones y Correciones)
La Plata. Imprenta "La Libertat", pp 1-13
I donnot have the paper and cannot find it on-line, so help is needed
Still the same source we have discussed before. Original not seen by me either. In his Obras completas: vol. 12, p. 681, footnote: https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/22731362 :
(*) En la familia de los Falconidae agréguese: Climacarthrus incompletus, n. gen., n. sp., caracterizado por la tróclea media del tarsometatarso, que es sumamente angosta (4,5 milímetros) proporcionalmente a la interna (11 milímetros) y la gran oblicuidad de esta última. Procedente del Cretáceo de Patagonia (formación Guaranítica). — (Del «Suplemento: Adiciones y Correcciones», página 8.)
 

l_raty

laurent raty
"Accipiter Bocheñskii" Boev, 2000
Abstracts 5th SAPE Meeting & Jehol Biota Symposium, Beijing 2000
Zlatozar Boev: Neogene Avifaunas of Bulgaria
Vertebrata PalAsiatica, supplement to 38: 1-63
Remarks: A Nomen Nudum (no description or indication.)
III. EARLY PLIOCENE. 6) Muselievo, MN 15: Lagopus cf. atavus, Pavo bravardi (Gervais, 1849), Accipiter bochenskii Boev, in press, Falco sp. ex gr. cherrug, Aves indet.

Boev subsequently described this fossil, without naming it, in:
Boev ZN. 2001. Early Pliocene avifauna of Muselievo (C Northern Bulgaria). Acta Zool. Cracoviensia, 44 (1): 37-52.​
(It is "Accipiter sp. ex gr. gentilis" there. Presumably the name was in the manuscript he originally submitted to the journal (on 15 Mar 2000, thus before the SAPE meeting), but was removed during the review process.)
 
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Boev subsequently described this fossil, without naming it, in:
Boev ZN. 2001. Early Pliocene avifauna of Muselievo (C Northern Bulgaria). Acta Zool. Cracoviensia, 44 (1): 37-52.​
(It is "Accipiter sp. ex gr. gentilis" there. Presumably the name was in the manuscript he originally submitted to the journal (on 15 Mar 2000, thus before the SAPE meeting), but was removed during the review process.)
This is all correct. I only hope he wrote bochenskii in the originally submitted tekst!

Fred
 

Fred Ruhe

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Genus Circus Lacépède, 1799

Circus maillardi J. Verreaux, 1862
I don't have any information on this species, so help is badly needed

Circus teauteensis Forbes, 1892
Henry O. Forbes, 1892
Additions to Extinct N.Z. Birds
Preliminairy Notice of Additions to the Extinct Avifauna of New Zealand

Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institution 24: 185-189

Circus dossenus Olson et James, 1991
Storrs Lovejoy Olson & Helen F. James, 1991
Descriptions of Thirty-Two New Species of Birds From the Hawaiian Islands: Part I. Non-Passeriformes.
Ornithological Monographs No. 45: 1-88
The American Ornithologists’ Union, Washington D.C.
https://repository.si.edu/handle/10088/1745 (go to view/open)

Tribus Milvini Vigors, 1824

Genus Milvus Lacépède, 1799

Milvus pygmeus Tchernov, 1980
I don't have any information on this species, so help is badly needed

Genus Haliaeetus Savigny, 1809

Haliaeetus piscator Milne-Edwards, 1871
Alphonse Milne-Edwards, 1869-1871
Recherches Anatomiques et Paléontologiques pour Servir à l’Histoire des Oiseaux Fossiles de la France Tomé 2
Atlas Tomé Sécond Planches 97 à 200

Paris, Victor Masson et Fils 632 pg. + plates

Haliaeetus fortis Kurochkin, 1985
Evgeny Nikolayevic Kurochkin, 1985
[Birds of Central Asia in the Pliocene]
Transactions of the Joint Soviet-Mongolian Expedition 26: 1-120
See attachment 1

Haliaeetus australis (Harrison et Walker, 1973)
Collin James Oliver Harrison & Cyril Alexander Walker, 1973
An Undescribed Extinct Fish-Eagle from the Chatham Islands
Ibis 115: 274-277
 

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l_raty

laurent raty
Circus maillardi J. Verreaux, 1862
I don't have any information on this species, so help is badly needed
Circus maillardi Verreaux 1862 in:
Maillard L. 1862. Notes sur l'île de la Réunion (Bourbon). Dentu, Paris.
...But this is not a fossil, it's an extent species.

Milvus pygmeus Tchernov, 1980
I don't have any information on this species, so help is badly needed
Milvus pygmaeus Tchernov 1980
Tchernov E. 1980. The Pleistocene birds of 'Ubeidiya, Jordan Valley. Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Jerusalem.
Google Books snippets: https://books.google.com/books?redir_esc=y&id=8GMaAAAAMAAJ&q=milvus
 

Fred Ruhe

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Milvus pygmeus Tchernov, 1980
I don't have any information on this species, so help is badly needed
This is not right, I know the reference:
Eitan Tchernov, 1980
The Pleistocene Birds of 'Ubeidiya, Jordan Valley
Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities. 83 pp. + 6 plates
But still, help is badly needed.

Fred
 

Fred Ruhe

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Tribus Buteonini Vigors, 1824

Genus Buteogallus Lesson, 1830

Buteogallus enectus (Wetmore, 1923)
Alexander Wetmore, 1923
Avian Fossils from the Miocene and Pliocene of Nebraska
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 48: 483-507
See attachment 1

Buteogallus sodalis (Shufeldt, 1892)
Robert Wilson Shufeldt, 1892 (in Cope, 1892).
A Contribution to the Vertebrate Paleontology of Texas
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 30: 123-131

Buteogallus daggetti (L. H. Miller, 1915)
Loye Holmes Miller, 1915
A Walking Eagle from Rancho La Brea
The Condor 17: 179-181

Buteogallus fragilis (L. H. Miller, 1911)
Loye Holmes Miller, 1911
A Series of Eagle Tarsi from the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea
University of California Publications, Department of Geology 6(16): 305-316

Buteogallus milleri (Howard, 1932)
Hildegarde Howard, 1932
Eagles and Eagle-like Vultures of the Pliocene of Rancho La Brea
Carnegie Inst. Washington Publ. 429: 1-82 + plates
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Buteogallus borrasi (Arredondo, 1970)
Oscar Arredondo, 1970
Nueva Especie de Ave Pleistocénica del Orden Accipitriformes (Accipitridae) y Nuevo Género para las Antillas
Ciencias, series 4 (Ciencias Biológicas) 8: 1-8+11
See attachment 3

Buteogallus terrestris (Campbell, 1979)
Kenneth E. Campbell, jr., 1979
The Non-Passerine Pleistocene Avifauna of the Talara Tar Seeps, Northwestern Peru
Royal Ontario Museum, Life Sciences Contribution 118: 1-203

Buteogallus royi Suárez, 2020
William Suárez Duque, 2020
The Fossil Avifauna of the Tar Seeps Las Breas de San Felipe, Matanzas, Cuba
Zootaxa 4780: 1-53

Genus Vinchinavis Tambussi, Degrange, Ciccioli et Prevosti, 2020

Vinchinavis paka Tambussi, Degrange, Ciccioli et Prevosti, 2020
Claudia Patricia Tambussi, Federico J. Degrange, Patricia L. Ciccioli & Francisco Prevosti, 2020
Avian Remains from the Toro Negro Formation (Neogene) Central Andes of Argentina
Journal of South American Earth Sciences 102988
 

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Fred Ruhe

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Circus maillardi J. Verreaux, 1862
I don't have any information on this species, so help is badly needed

Circus maillardi Verreaux 1862 in:
Maillard L. 1862. Notes sur l'île de la Réunion (Bourbon). Dentu, Paris.
...But this is not a fossil, it's an extent species.
Oops, my mistake, but in my bad defence, it was found as fossils in the Pleistocene and Holocene of Mauritius, at Mare aix Songes.

Fred
 

Fred Ruhe

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Genus Amplibuteo Campbell, 1979

Amplibuteo concordatus Emslie et Czaplewski, 1999
Steven D. Emslie & Nicholas J. Czaplewski, 1999
Two New Fossil Eagles from the Late Pliocene (Late Blancan) of Florida and Arizona and Their Biogeographic Implications
in: Avian Paleontology at the Close of the 20th Century: Proceedings of the 4th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Washington, D.C., 4-7 June 1996
Storrs Lovejoy Olson editor
Peter Wellnhofer, Cécile Mourer-Chauviré, David W. Steadman, and Larry Dean Martin Associate Editors
Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 89: 185-198
https://repository.si.edu/handle/10088/2005 (go to view/open)

Amplibuteo woodwardi (L. H. Miller, 1911)
Loye Holmes Miller, 1911
A Series of Eagle Tarsi from the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea
University of California Publications, Department of Geology 6(16): 305-316
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Amplibuteo hibbardi Campbell, 1979
Kenneth E. Campbell, jr., 1979
The Non-Passerine Pleistocene Avifauna of the Talara Tar Seeps, Northwestern Peru
Royal Ontario Museum, Life Sciences Contribution 118: 1-203

Genus Gigantohierax O. Arredondo et C. Arredondo, 1999. [2002]

Gigantohierax suarezi O. Arredondo et C. Arredondo, 1999. [2002]
Oscar Arredondo & Carlos Arredondo, 2002
Nuevos Género y Especie de Ave Fósil (Falconiformes: Accipitridae) del Cuaternario de Cuba
Poeyana, 470-475: 9-14
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Gigantohierax itchei Suárez, 2020
William Suárez Duque, 2020
The Fossil Avifauna of the Tar Seeps Las Breas de San Felipe, Matanzas, Cuba
Zootaxa 4780: 1-53

Genus Titanohierax Wetmore, 1937

Titanohierax gloveralleni Wetmore, 1937
Alexander Wetmore, 1937
Bird Remains from Cave Deposits on Great Exuma Island in the Bahamas
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 80: 427-441

Genus Miohierax Howard, 1944

Miohierax stocki Howard, 1944
Hildegarde Howard, 1944
A Miocene Hawk from California
The Condor 46: 236-237
 

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Genus Buteo Lacépède, 1799

Buteo circoides Kurochkin, 1968
Evgeny Nikolayevic Kurochkin, 1968
[Fossil Remains of Birds from Mongolia]
Ornithologiya 9: 323-330
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Buteo grangeri Wetmore et Case, 1934
Alexander Wetmore & Ermine C. Case, 1934
A New Fossil Hawk from the Oligocne Beds of South Dakota
Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan 4: 129-132

Buteo fluviaticus A. H. Miller et Sibley, 1942
Alden Holmes Miller & Charles G. Sibley, 1942
An Oligocene Hawk from Colorado
The Condor 44: 39-40

Buteo antecursor Wetmore, 1933
Alexander Wetmore, 1933
Bird Remains from the Oligocene Deposits of Torrington, Wyoming
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 75: 297-311

Buteo ales (Wetmore, 1926)
Alexander Wetmore, 1926
Description of a Fossil Hawk from the Miocene of Nebraska
Annals of the Carnegie Museum 16: 403-408

Buteo pusillus Ballmann, 1969
Peter Ballmann, 1969
Les Oiseaux Miocènes de la Grive-Saint-Alban (Isère)
Géobios 2: 157-204

Buteo praebuteo Sobolev, 2011. (In D. V. Sobolev et I. V. Marisova, 2011)
Denis V. Sobolev & Inessa V. Marisova, 2011
New Species of Miocene Buzzards (Falconiformes, Accipitridae)
In: G. G. Senchenko, I. V. Smal, P. P. Nezhin, M. M. Lisenko, Nizhin State University 158-163
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Buteo sarmathicus Sobolev, 2011. (In D. V. Sobolev et I. V. Marisova, 2011)
Denis V. Sobolev & Inessa V. Marisova, 2011
New Species of Miocene Buzzards (Falconiformes, Accipitridae)
In: G. G. Senchenko, I. V. Smal, P. P. Nezhin, M. M. Lisenko, Nizhin State University 158-163
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Buteo spassovi Boev, 1998
Zlatozar Nikolaev Boev & Dimitar Kovachev, 1998
Buteo spassovi sp. n. - a Late Miocene Buzzard (Accipitridae, Aves) from SW Bulgaria
Geologica Balcanica 29 (1-2): 125-129

Buteo typhoius Wetmore, 1923
Alexander Wetmore, 1923
Avian Fossils from the Miocene and Pliocene of Nebraska
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 48: 483-507
https://digitallibrary.amnh.org/handle/2246/1305 (go to view/open)

Buteo contortus (Wetmore, 1923)
Alexander Wetmore, 1923
Avian Fossils from the Miocene and Pliocene of Nebraska
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 48: 483-507
https://digitallibrary.amnh.org/handle/2246/1305 (go to view/open)

Buteo dananus (Marsh, 1871)
Othniel Charles Marsh, 1871
Fossil Bird Remains
American Journal of Science and Arts 1871 2: 125-127

Buteo sanya Hou, 1998
LianHai Hou, 1998
Aves
in: S. Hao & H. Wanbo: Luobidang Cave Site South Press (Aves pp. 40-47)
I don't have this paper and can't find it on line, so help is needed.

Buteo hoffstetteri Campbell, 1976
Kenneth E. Campbell, jr, 1976
The Late Pleistocene Avifauna of La Carolina, Southwestern Ecuador
In Collected Papers in Avian Paleontology
Honoring the 90th Birthday of Alexander Wetmore
pg. 155-168
ed.: Storrs. L. Olson
Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology • Number 27, Smithsonian Institution Press, City of Washington
https://repository.si.edu/handle/10088/19137 (go to view/open)

Buteo sanfelipensis Suárez, 2020
William Suárez Duque, 2020
The Fossil Avifauna of the Tar Seeps Las Breas de San Felipe, Matanzas, Cuba
Zootaxa 4780: 1-53
 

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l_raty

laurent raty
Buteo sanya Hou, 1998
LianHai Hou, 1998
Aves
in: S. Hao & H. Wanbo: Luobidang Cave Site South Press (Aves pp. 40-47)
I don't have this paper and can't find it on line, so help is needed.
Can't find it either, but the ref looks somewhat corrupt, which does not help. "Wanbo" seems to be the given name of the second author, not his family name. Also, "-dang" in "Luobidang cave site" is 洞, which (1) would probably be better rendered as "-dong" (pinyin: dòng), and (2) means "cave", thus duplicates the next word in the translated title, and may actually best be dropped. I find the book cited as:

郝思德、黄万波。1998。 三亚落笔洞遗址。 海口:南方出版社。​
= Hao S-D, Huang W-B. 1998. The Sanya Luobi cave site. Haikou: Southern Press.​

Short of the OD, Hou's 2003 "Fossil birds of China" (中国古鸟类) may be the best source of information -- the species appears to be covered there.
 
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albertonykus

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Indeed, Fossil Birds of China provides the type locality as "Luobidong", so either that or "Luobi Cave" would both be appropriate anglicization (though redundancy in English translations of place names isn't exactly rare). And yes, the family name of the second author on the book should be Huang.
 

Fred Ruhe

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Genus Bermuteo Olson, 2008

Bermuteo avivorus Olson, 2008
Storrs Lovejoy Olson, 2008
A New Genus and Species of Buteonine Hawk from Quaternary Deposits in Bermuda (Aves: Accipitridae)
Proccedings of the Biological Society of Washington 121: 130-141

Genus Garganoaetus Ballmann, 1973

Garganoaetus freudenthali Ballmann, 1973
Peter Ballmann, 1973
Fossile Vögel aus dem Neogen der Halbinsel Gargano (Italien)
Scripta Geologica 17: 1-75

Garganoaetus murivorus Ballmann, 1973
Peter Ballmann, 1973
Fossile Vögel aus dem Neogen der Halbinsel Gargano (Italien)
Scripta Geologica 17: 1-75

Accipitridae Genus et Species Incertae Sedis

Genus " Aquila"

"Aquila" corroyi Gaillard, 1939
Claude Gaillard, 1939
Contribution à l'Étude des Oiseux Fossiles
Archives du Museum d’Histoire Naturelle de Lyon 15: 1-100, 34 figs

"Aquila" delphinensis Gaillard, 1939
Claude Gaillard, 1939
Contribution à l'Étude des Oiseux Fossiles
Archives du Museum d’Histoire Naturelle de Lyon 15: 1-100, 34 figs

"Aquila" depredator Milne-Edwards, 1871
Alphonse Milne-Edwards, 1869-1871
Recherches Anatomiques et Paléontologiques pour Servir à l’Histoire des Oiseaux Fossiles de la France Tomé 2
Atlas Tomé Sécond Planches 97 à 200

Paris, Victor Masson et Fils 632 pg. + plates

"Aquila" fossilis Giebel, 1847
Christoph Gottfried Andreas Giebel, 1847
Fauna der Vorwerlt. Erster Band, Zweite Abteilung: Vogel und Amphibien
Brodhaus, Leipzig: 1847: 1-40
I have the paper, but I cannot upload it, you can ask me for it,

"Aquila" hypogaea Milne-Edwards, 1892
Alphonse Milne-Edwards, 1892
Sur les Oiseaux Fossiles de Dêpots Éocène de Phosphate de Chaux de Sud de la France
Comptes Rendus du second Congrès Ornithologique International Budapest, p. 60-80
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"Aquila" pennatoides Gaillard, 1939
Claude Gaillard, 1939
Contribution à l'Étude des Oiseux Fossiles
Archives du Museum d’Histoire Naturelle de Lyon 15: 1-100, 34 figs

"Aquila" prisca Milne-Edwards, 1863
Alphonse Milne-Edwards, 1863
Mémoire sur la Distribution Géologique des Oiseaux Fossiles et Description de Quelques Espècies Nouvelles
Annales des Sciences Naturelles, Zoologie (4): 20: 133-176

Genus "Dynamopterus"

"Dynamopterus"
boulei
Gaillard, 1939
Claude Gaillard, 1939
Contribution à l'Étude des Oiseux Fossiles
Archives du Museum d’Histoire Naturelle de Lyon 15: 1-100, 34 figs

Genus "Milvus"

"Milvus"
brachypterus
Jánossy, 1978
Dénes Jánossy, 1978
Plio-Pleistocene Bird Remains from the Carpathian Basin. III. Strigiformes, Falconiformes, Caprimulgiformes, Apodiformes
Aquila 84: 9-36

"Milvus" deperditus Milne-Edwards, 1871
Alphonse Milne-Edwards, 1869-1871
Recherches Anatomiques et Paléontologiques pour Servir à l’Histoire des Oiseaux Fossiles de la France Tomé 2
Atlas Tomé Sécond Planches 97 à 200

Paris, Victor Masson et Fils 632 pg. + plates

"Milvus" incertus Gaillard, 1939
Claude Gaillard, 1939
Contribution à l'Étude des Oiseux Fossiles
Archives du Museum d’Histoire Naturelle de Lyon 15: 1-100, 34 figs


Genus " Geranoaetus"

"Geranoaetus" conterminus
Wetmore, 1923
Alexander Wetmore, 1923
Avian Fossils from the Miocene and Pliocene of Nebraska
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 48: 483-507
https://digitallibrary.amnh.org/handle/2246/1305 (go to view/open)

This ends the Accipitriformes. The next group will be the Strigiformes.

Enjoy,

Fred
 

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Insert after Buteogallus royi Suárez, 2020 and before Genus Vinchinavis Tambussi, Degrange, Ciccioli et Prevosti, 2020:
Buteogallus irpus Suárez et Olson, 2021
William Suárez & Storrs Lovejoy Olson, 2021
A new fossil raptor (Accipitridae: Buteogallus) from Quaternary cave deposits in Cuba and Hispaniola, West Indies
Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club. 141 (3): 256–266

Fred
 
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Fred Ruhe

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Transfer all species of Amplibuteo (L. H. Miller, 1911) to Buteogallus and insert after Buteogallus irpus Suárez, 2020.
William Suárez & Storrs Lovejoy Olson, 2021
A new fossil raptor (Accipitridae: Buteogallus) from Quaternary cave deposits in Cuba and Hispaniola, West Indies
Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club. 141 (3): 256–266

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