Tetrao is a genus of birds in the grouse subfamily. It has four species.
The fossil record of this genus is quite extensive:
- Tetrao conjugens (Early Pliocene of C Europe)
- Tetrao rhodopensis (Early Pliocene of Dorkovo, Bulgaria)
- Tetrao partium (Early Pliocene - Early Pleistocene of SE Europe)
- Tetrao macropus (Late Pliocene - Early Pleistocene of Hungary)
- Tetrao praeurogallus (Early - Middle Pleistocene of E Europe)
- Tetrao tetrix longipes (Pleistocene of W Europe)
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