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Corvidae (Crows, Jays)

Wikipedia Abstract

Corvidae is a cosmopolitan family of oscine passerine birds that contains the crows, ravens, rooks, jackdaws, jays, magpies, treepies, choughs and nutcrackers. The common English names used are corvids (more technically) or the crow family (more informally), and there are over 120 species. The genus Corvus, including the jackdaws, crows and ravens, makes up over a third of the entire family.
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Genus

Aphelocoma (scrub jays) (7)
Calocitta (Magpie jay) (2)
Cissa (Magpie) (4)   (1)
Coloeus (2)
Corvus (crows) (46)   (4)   (1)
Crypsirina (Treepie) (2)
Cyanocitta (blue jays) (2)
Cyanocorax (tufted jays) (17)
Cyanolyca (Jay) (9)
Cyanopica (Azure-winged magpie) (2)
Dendrocitta (Treepie) (7)
Garrulus (Jay) (3)
Gymnorhinus (1)
Nucifraga (nutcrackers) (3)
Perisoreus (gray jays) (3)
Pica (magpies) (3)
Platylophus (Crested jay) (1)
Platysmurus (Black magpie) (1)
Podoces (Ground jay) (4)
Psilorhinus (1)
Ptilostomus (Piapiac) (1)
Pyrrhocorax (Chough) (2)
Temnurus (Rachet-tailed treepie) (1)
Urocissa (Magpie) (5)
Zavattariornis (Stresemann's bush crow) (1)   (1)

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