Asio priscus Howard, 1964

 

 

Taxonomy & Nomenclature

 

 

Conservation Status

Last record: Late Pleistocene

 

Distribution

Channel Islands (San Miguel Island & Santa Rosa Island), California, USA

 

Biology & Ecology

 

 

Hypodigm

 

 

Media

 

 

References

Original scientific description:

Howard, Hildegarde. (1964). A fossil owl from Santa Rosa Island: With comments on the eared owls of Rancho La Brea. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy Science 63(1): 27-31.

 

Other references:

Campbell, Kenneth E. Jnr. (2012). Revisiting the extinct eared owl, Asio priscus, of the California Channel Islands, pp. 12. In: Worthy, Trevor H. and Göhlich, Ursula B. (eds.). 8th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Abstracts. 

Campbell, Kenneth E. Jnr. (2013). Revisiting Asio priscus, the extinct eared owl of the California Channel Islands, pp. 185-193. In: Göhlich, Ursula B. andKroh,  Andreas (eds.). Proceed. 8th Internat. Meeting Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution.

Guthrie, D.A. (1980). Analysis of avifaunal and bat remains from midden sites on San Miguel Island. In: Power, D.M. (ed.): The California Islands: Proceedings of a Multidisciplinary Symposium. pp. 689-702, Santa Barbara, California (Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History).

Guthrie, D.A. (1998). Fossil vertebrates from Pleistocene terrestrial deposits on the Northern Channel Islands, Southern California. – In: Weigand, P.W. (ed.). Contributions to the geology of the Northern Channel Islands, Southern California MP-45. – pp. 187–192. Bakersfield, CA (American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Pacific Section).

Guthrie, D.A. (2005). Distribution and provenance of fossil avifauna on San Miguel Island. – In: Garcelon, D.K. & Schwemm, C.A. (eds): Proceedings of the Sixth California Islands Symposium. Arcata, California. – National Park Service Technical Publication CHIS-05-01, pp. 35–42. Arcata, CA (Institute for Wildlife Studies).

 

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