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1 (368 entries, including 253 taxa described to species, 28 of which are assigned or have affinities to modern species). Although this list is comprehensive, undoubtedly it is not complete, and it does not include modern seabird taxa found in Pleistocene or Holocene deposits (see Brodkorb 1963, 1967; and Tyrberg 1998 for listing of Pleistocene fossils of modern seabirds). There are at least two published revisions of a fossil taxon (penguins from New Zealand and Antarctica; Fordyce and Jones 1990, Myrcha in press) that were not included in this analysis.
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