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Sibley-Monroe checklist 9

The Sibley-Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA-DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds.

Contents

  • Ciconiiformes (continued) 1
    • Podicipedidae 1.1
    • Phaethontidae 1.2
    • Sulidae 1.3
    • Anhingidae 1.4
    • Phalacrocoracidae 1.5
    • Ardeidae 1.6
    • Scopidae 1.7
    • Phoenicopteridae 1.8
    • Threskiornithidae 1.9
    • Pelecanidae 1.10
    • Ciconiidae 1.11
    • Fregatidae 1.12
    • Spheniscidae 1.13
    • Gaviidae 1.14
    • Procellariidae 1.15

Ciconiiformes (continued)

Podicipedidae

Phaethontidae

Sulidae

Anhingidae

Phalacrocoracidae

Ardeidae

Scopidae

Phoenicopteridae

Threskiornithidae

Pelecanidae

Ciconiidae

Fregatidae

Spheniscidae

Gaviidae

Procellariidae

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