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Kupoupou Blokland et al. 2019

PaleoDB taxon number: 400731

Full reference: J. C. Blokland, C. M. Reid, T. H. Worthy, A. J. D. Tennyson, J. A. Clarke and R. P. Scofield. 2019. Chatham Island Paleocene fossils provide insight into the palaeobiology, evolution, and diversity of early penguins (Aves, Sphenisciformes). Palaeontologia Electronica 22(3):78:1-92

Parent taxon: Sphenisciformes according to J. C. Blokland et al. 2019

Sister taxa: Anthropornis, Aprosdokitos, Archaeospheniscus, Delphinornis, Duntroonornis, Icadyptes, Inkayacu, Kaiika, Kairuku, Korora, Kumimanu, Marambiornis, Mesetaornis, Muriwaimanu, Pachydyptes, Palaeospheniscinae, Paraptenodytinae, Perudyptes, Platydyptes, Sequiwaimanu, Spheniscidae, Tonniornis, Waimanu, Wimanornis

Subtaxa: Kupoupou stilwelli

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Type: Kupoupou stilwelli