Les Phoenicopteriformes sont un ordre de grands oiseaux aquatiques ne comprenant que la famille des Phoenicopteridae (ou phœnicoptéridés). Cette famille est constituée de trois genres et de six espèces vivantes connues sous le nom générique de flamants.

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  • Les Phoenicopteriformes sont un ordre de grands oiseaux aquatiques ne comprenant que la famille des Phoenicopteridae (ou phœnicoptéridés). Cette famille est constituée de trois genres et de six espèces vivantes connues sous le nom générique de flamants.
  • Phoenicopteriformes is a group of water bird including the flamingos and their extinct relatives.Flamingos and their relatives are well attested in the fossil record, with the first unequivocal member of the Phoenicopteridae, Elornis known from the late Eocene epoch. An extinct family of peculiar "swimming flamingos", the Palaelodidae, are believed to be the closest relatives of the modern flamingos, with the extinct genus Juncitarsus slightly more primitive than the group which contains flamingos and grebes (Mirandornithes). The foot and wing anatomy of the palaelodids suggests that they were surface-swimming birds, rather than grebe-like divers as was proposed in the past. Whether swimmers or divers, the fact that both primitive phoenicopteriformes and their closest relatives, the grebes, were highly aquatic, indicates that the entire clade Mirandornithes evolved from aquatic, probably swimming ancestors.
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  • Les Phoenicopteriformes sont un ordre de grands oiseaux aquatiques ne comprenant que la famille des Phoenicopteridae (ou phœnicoptéridés). Cette famille est constituée de trois genres et de six espèces vivantes connues sous le nom générique de flamants.
  • Phoenicopteriformes is a group of water bird including the flamingos and their extinct relatives.Flamingos and their relatives are well attested in the fossil record, with the first unequivocal member of the Phoenicopteridae, Elornis known from the late Eocene epoch.
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