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- n. Any of an extinct group of protobirds of the subclass Enantiornithes
- adj. Characteristic of these creatures
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In fact, I'm pretty sure there's a large enantiornithine lodged in my windpipe.
A primitive enantiornithine bird and the origin of feathers.
It's an enantiornithine about the same size as a modern starling.
Insight into diversity, body size and morphological evolution from the largest Early Cretaceous enantiornithine bird.
And Yanornis isn't an enantiornithine - it's a member of a small clade of Cretaceous birds that are more closely related to neornithines than enantiornithines are
A complete postorbital bar is seen elsewhere in Mesozoic birds: confuciusornithids and the enantiornithine