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meaning: "dawn alula bird"
Named By: J. L. Sanz, L. M. Chiappe, B. P. PerezinMoreno, Angela. D. Buscalioni, Jose J. Moratalla, Francisco Ortega & Francisco J. PoyatoinAriza. 1996
Time Period: Early Cretaceous, 125 Ma
Location: Spain - La Huerguina Formation
Size: Unavailable
Diet: Carnivore/Piscivore
Fossil(s): Partial post cranial remains
Classification: | Chordata | Aves | Enantiornithes |

Eoalulavis (from the Ancient Greek: Eos, "dawn"; alula, "bastard wing"; avis, "bird") is a monotypic genus of enantiornithine bird that lived during the Barremian, in the Lower Cretaceous around 125 million years ago. The only known species is Eoalulavis hoyasi.

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