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|color={{Taxobox_colour|[[Animalia]]}}
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| name = Coastal/Broad-billed Moa
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| status = EX
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| image = Euryapteryx geranoides.jpg
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| image_width = 250px
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| image_caption = Skeleton
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| genus = Euryapteryx
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| species = curtus
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| species_authority = ([[Richard Owen|Owen]], 1846)
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| taxon = Euryapteryx curtus
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| authority = ([[Richard Owen|Owen]], 1846)<ref name= "Brands">{{harvnb|Owen|1846}}</ref>
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| synonyms=
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*''Cela curtus'' (Reichenbach, 1850)
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*''Celeus curtus'' (Bonaparte, 1865)
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*''Dinornis curtus'' (Owen, 1846)
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*''Euryapteryx exilis'' (Hutton, 1897)
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*''Zelornis exilis'' (Oliver, 1949)
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*''Dinornis gravis'' (Owen, 1870)
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*''Emeus gravipes'' (Lydekker, 1891)
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*''Euryapteryx gravis'' (Owen, 1870)
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*''Pachyornis mappini''
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==Distribution/habitat==
 
==Distribution/habitat==
 
==References==
 
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==External links==
 
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Latest revision as of 19:31, December 10, 2014

Coastal/Broad-billed Moa
250px
Skeleton
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Infraclass: Palaeognathae
Clade: Notopalaeognathae
Superorder: Tinamimorphae
Order: Dinornithiformes
Genus: Euryapteryx
Species: E. curtus
Binomial name
Euryapteryx curtus
(Owen, 1846)[1]
Synonyms
  • Cela curtus (Reichenbach, 1850)
  • Celeus curtus (Bonaparte, 1865)
  • Dinornis curtus (Owen, 1846)
  • Euryapteryx exilis (Hutton, 1897)
  • Zelornis exilis (Oliver, 1949)
  • Dinornis gravis (Owen, 1870)
  • Emeus gravipes (Lydekker, 1891)
  • Euryapteryx gravis (Owen, 1870)
  • Pachyornis mappini

Other namesEdit

DescriptionEdit

Similar speciesEdit

BehaviourEdit

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ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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