Australian Avian Palaeontology

To: 'S Cooney' <>
Subject: Australian Avian Palaeontology
From: "Mules, Michael" <>
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2000 12:07:17 +1000

Hi Sean,

For a base reference work, try Vickers-Rich P. et al (1996), Vertebrate Palaeontology of Australasia, pp. 721-892.  It has a chapter on Mesoic and Tertiary birds, one on Quaternary birds, and one on fossil eggs of the Australasian region.

My understanding of the best Australian palaeontology journal is that the peer-reviewed Alcheringa (spelling?) is considered to be one of the best.

Cheers, Michael

Michael Mules
Curator, Science Program
Museum Victoria
Melbourne Museum, Carlton

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