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Sturnus (starlings)

Wikipedia Abstract

Sturnus is a genus of starlings. As discussed below, the taxonomy of this group is complex, and other authorities differ considerably in which species they place in this genus, and in the species boundaries within Sturnus. This genus has representatives across most of Eurasia and one species, the European Starling, has been introduced to South Africa, North America, Australia and New Zealand.
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Species

Sturnus burmannicus (Vinous-breasted Starling)
Sturnus cineraceus (White-cheeked Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus contra (Pied Myna) (Attributes)
Sturnus erythropygius (White-headed Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus malabaricus (Chestnut-tailed Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus melanopterus (Black-winged Starling) (Critically Endangered) (Attributes)
Sturnus nigricollis (Black-collared Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus pagodarum (Brahminy Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus philippensis (Chestnut-cheeked Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus roseus (Rosy Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus senex (White-faced Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus sericeus (Red-billed Starling)
Sturnus sinensis (White-shouldered Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus sturninus (Daurian Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus unicolor (Spotless Starling) (Attributes)
Sturnus vulgaris (European Starling) (Invasive) (Attributes)

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