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Basilornis (Mynah)

Wikipedia Abstract

Basilornis is a genus of mynas in the family Sturnidae. Established by Charles Lucien Bonaparte in 1850, it contains the following species: \n* Sulawesi myna (Basilornis celebensis) \n* Long-crested myna (Basilornis corythaix) \n* Helmeted myna (Basilornis galeatus) \n* Apo myna (Basilornis mirandus) The name Basilornis is a combination of the Greek words basileus, meaning "king" and ornis, meaning "bird".
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Basilornis celebensis (Sulawesi Myna) (Attributes)
Basilornis corythaix (Long-crested Myna) (Attributes)
Basilornis galeatus (Helmeted Myna) (Attributes)
Basilornis mirandus (Apo Myna) (Attributes)

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