Bulweria bifax

The Bulweria bifax is classified as Extinct (EX), there is no reasonable doubt that the last individual has died.

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Summary Bulweria bifax was a large petrel, known only from fossils and endemic to St Helena (to UK)1. It probably became extinct shortly after the discovery of the island in 15021. Ecology: It may have bred throughout the island and foraged over the open ocean. Threats Predation by people and introduced predators is likely to have driven it to extinction. References 1. Olson (1975b). More

of Bulweria bifax is found in the Atlantic today. Puffinus griseus and Larus sp. are thought merely to have been vagrants on St. Helena. The pigeon and the hoopoe were both large and probably flightless. Differences in the composition and relative abundance of species between the deposits of different age indicate that the marine environment at St. Helena became progressively more tropical late in the Pleistocene. More

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Order : Procellariiformes
Family : Procellariidae
Genus : Bulweria
Species : bifax
Authority : Olson, 1975
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