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Pallium of avian species tend to be relatively large, comprising ~75% of the telencephalic volume. Birds have a unique pallial structure known as the hyperpallium, once called the hyperstriatum.
A 2002 conference at Duke University established a standard nomenclature for describing the avian pallium as follows:
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