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Related to Tubenoses: order Procellariiformes, Pinnipeds
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Synonyms for Procellariiformes

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The diverse suite of taxa attracted to drillships includes tubenoses, gulls, and alcids (Baird, 1990; Wiese et al., 2001).
Turkey vultures, a group of seabirds called tubenoses, and kiwis tend to devote a relatively large proportion of their brains to olfactory processing.
Chemotaxonomical relationships between penguins and tubenoses. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 4:215-221.
The book is organized by bird family: you'll find separate sections for tubenoses (albatrosses, fulmars, shearwaters, petrels), pelican-like birds, gull-like birds, phalaropes, and alcids.
Most shorebirds and passerine birds with immature plumages take about 1 yr to acquire adult plumage; large gulls take 4 yr, and large tubenoses like the wandering albatross (Diomedea exulans) take 20 to 30 yr (Cramp and Simmons 1977).