Wildlife Middle East Newsletter, 3(3):7. Gradívus, marching. Spread from Zanzibar and reported Dar es Salaam, 1972. 115 (3), 185-187. Comments … 3) Indian crow - corvus splendens splendens. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club. In addition, from the early twentieth century, the species began to self-introduce on ships from Colombo to Australia and from India to ports around the Indian Ocean and its islands, as far as the Red Sea and East/South Africa (Ryall 1994, 2002). Diseases of Poultry. Corvus splendens protegatus.jpg 2608 × 1739; 647 KB Corvus splendens, Rajshahi, Bangladesh (171737335).jpg 640 × 640; 54 KB Corvus splendens, Sri Lanka 4C0A7495.jpg 5205 × 3555; 1,65 MB [Fauna of Arabia vol. Ang Corvus splendens sakop sa kahenera nga uwak, ug kabanay nga Corvidae. The birds of the Thai-Malay Peninsula: passerines: Vol 2. Glanzkrähe (House Crow, Corvus splendens protegatus) In Europa bestimmen Straßentauben das Stadtbild, in Sri Lanka trifft man hingegen vielerorts auf Glanzkrähen. Survey of Campylobacter, Salmonella and Mycoplasma in house crows (Corvus splendens) in Malaysia. Further records and updates of range extension in House Crow Corvus splendens. Cheke A, Hume J, 2008. Ali S; Rahmani AR, 1982-1983. Ali S, Ripley S D, 1972. Corvus splendens splendens Vieillot, 1817 - la sottospecie nominale, diffusa in gran parte del subcontinente indiano fino alla Birmania occidentale; Corvus splendens protegatus Madarász, 1904 - dal grigio più scuro, diffusa nel sud dell'India (Kerala e Tamil Nadu, in Sri Lanka ed alle Laccadive; Twitter. The forehead, crown, throat and upper breast are a richly glossed black, whilst the neck and breast are a lighter grey-brown in colour. 137-139. The sub specific name is also a Latin or Latinised word and follows the name of the species to which it belongs. Landscape and Urban Planning, 59:217-226. There are 4 recognized subspecies distinguished by the shade of grey of the nape, neck and chest, and with distinct native geographical distributions: Corvus splendens splendens of north and central India, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh; Corvus splendens zugmayeri of Pakistan, Kashmir and Jammu (India); Corvus splendens protegatus (Ceylon or Colombo crow) from southwest India and Sri Lanka; and Corvus splendens insolens (Burma crow) of Myanmar (Burma) and western Yunnan. Further records and updates of range extension in House Crow Corvus splendens. Mittal and Sakhuja (1980) gave the chromosome number of C. splendens as 80. The five subspecies of Corvus splendens are: C. splendens splendens, C. splendens zugmayeri, C. splendens protegatus, C. splendens maledivicus a nd C. splendens insolens (Avibase 2003). Eradication programmes underway currently, Breeding population in Port Sudan in 1941 and increasing subsequently; Original citation: Department and of Agriculture and Food (2008). The Plural, which speaketh of more then one, as Lápides, stones. The dark Burmese race may possibly be confused with the jungle crow Corvus levaillantii, as the ranges overlap to a large extent. Lost land of the Dodo. Bulletin of the African Bird Club, 12(2):106-118. subspecies of Corvus splendens are:C. splendens splendens , C. splendens zugmayeriC. List of Invasive Alien Species of Union concern, "Roosting behaviour of house crow (Corvus splendens) in relation to environmental variables", House Crow Species text in The Atlas of Southern African Birds, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=House_crow&oldid=996342729, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 26 December 2020, at 01:09. Liammoù diavaez (en) Corvus splendens war al lec'hienn BirdLife International. For example, the specific name of the house crow, which occurs throughout India, Pakistan, Burma and Sri Lanka it Corvus splendens. The Corvus splendens protegatus individual living in Sri Lanka makes a "caw" sound that has a … Bird placed in zoo, Introduced to Klang from Colombo to control caterpillar plague. The pest status of the Indian house crow Corvus splendens in Mombasa and a survey of its expansion of range in coastal Kenya. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 130(4):246-254, Lamba, B.S. © Copyright 2021 CAB International. Define classification. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 19(6):685-695. Subspecies Corvus splendens protegatus. the last of the three sibilants (it belongs to the dental class and in sound corresponds tosinsin). > 10°C, Cold average temp. Dutch Birding, 25(5):312-319. Introduced birds of the world. by Bennun L]. Yosef R, 2002. Le Gerfaut 74: 3-13. House Crow Control Team with poles for bringing down nests, Mombasa, Kenya, 1986. Part I. J. Bombay Nat. London, UK: T & AD Poyser. Presumed ship-borne, Two single birds reported in 1986 and 1995, One bird near Lille in 2000 and a second near Lyon in 2001, Increasing population at Hoek van Holland, as well as single birds reported from several other sites, A single bird seen at fish pond at Palowice, Single bird which arrived in Gibraltar flew to Algeciras on the Spanish mainland, Report of one bird at Bournemouth, but later searches failed to find it, Single bird moved around the island for 4 months before disappeared, Two birds nested near Sarasota, fate of birds unknown, One at Charleston Harbour 1974, and another 1984, North-East Australia - single bird in northern Queensland. The invasive potential for the species is great all over the tropics. Ganapathy K; Saleha AA; Jaganathan M; Tan CG; Chong CT; Tang SC; Ideris A; Dare CM; Bradbury JM, 2007. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. Ottens G, Ryall C, 2003. Breeding population of this species is reported from Netherlands (Hoek van Holland), while individuals were seen in Belgium, Hungary, Poland and Spain. zugmayeri: Kaschmirregion, Nordwest-Indien. 7. Further records of range extension in the house crow Corvus splendens. The house crow (Corvus splendens), also known as the Indian, greynecked, Ceylon or Colombo crow, is a common bird of the crow family that is of Asian origin but now found in many parts of the world, where they arrived assisted by shipping. Allan DG; Davies GB, 2005. Spreading. Perth, Australia: Department of Agriculture and Food, Government of Western Australia, 4 pp. Trinomial nomenclature is employed to name the subspecies. Brook BW; Sodhi NS; Soh MCK; Lim HC, 2003. London, UK: Christopher Helm, 191 pp. Spread from Oman; First reported: pre-1960s, Six seen at Vung Tau, near Ho Chi Minh City, Now massive population in Aden, spread to many other towns along coast and inland. Seafaring behaviour in House Crows Corvus splendens - a precursor to ship-assisted dispersal? Fraser DL; Aguilar G; Nagle W; Galbraith M; Ryall C, 2015. Cheke A; Hume J, 2008. 362-372. Ryall C, 2010a. Presumed ship-borne, now large population in city and spreading to villages. 92. 491-493. Proceedings of the workshop on invasive alien species and the International Plant Protection Convention, 22-26 September 2003. xii + 301 pp. Madge S, Burn H, 1994. Close-up of House Crows in town square in Kochi, Kerala, South India, race Corvus splendens protegatus. ADW Pocket Guides on the iOS App Store! The complete mitochondrial genome of the invasive house crow, http://www.agric.wa.gov.au/objtwr/imported_assets/content/pw/vp/bird/housecrow_nht.pdf, https://secure.fera.defra.gov.uk/nonnativespecies/factsheet/index.cfm, http://www.issg.org/database/species/ecology.asp?si=1199&fr=1&sts=sss&lang=EN, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, House Crow in Kerala, South India, race Corvus splendens protegatus, Close-up of House Crow in Kerala, South India, race Corvus splendens protegatus. House Crows at council skip, Mombasa, Kenya, 1986. Global invasive potential of the house crow, Ryall, C. 2010. Kingdom Animalia animals. Krzeminska U; Wilson R; Sadequr Rahman; Song BengKah; Gan HanMing; Tan MunHua; Austin CM, 2016. Smithsonian Institution and Lynx Edicions. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated a. CABI Compendium: Status inferred from regional distribution. by Bennun L]. The house crow (Corvus splendens): a threat to New Zealand? Notes In their native range they ( Corvus splendens ) are kept in check by other Corvids as competitors, as well as birds of prey, snakes and monkeys as predators. Importing and keeping introduced mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians in Western Australia. Corvus splendens protegatus – förekommer på Sri Lanka Corvus splendens maldevicius – förekommer på Lackadiverna och Maldiverna Corvus splendens insolens – förekommer från södra Myanmar till sydvästra Thailand och västra Yunnan i sydvästra Kina . (Corvus splendens protegatus) and the larger and darker covers outside urban areas compared to House crows, Jungle crow (Corvus macrorhynchos culminatus). Matus R, 1998. Corvus splendens maledivicus Reichenow, 1904 – Diese Subspezies ist auf den Malediven verbreitet. Where introduced, C. splendens usually causes local declines of native avifauna as its population builds up, through intensive nest predation of small bird species (especially colonial nesters) and harassment of larger species, and probably through direct competition with other scavengers (Ryall, 1992a). Блестящий ворон (Corvus splendens) фото птицы on dibird.com. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club, 122(3):231-240. There are two reports of brood parasitism by the great spotted cuckoo Clamator glandarius in the introduced C. splendens population in Israel (Yosef, 1997, 2002). High-altitude records of the house crow Corvus splendens in Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir, India. Peak breeding in India as well as Peninsular Malaysia is from April to July. Florida’s exotic avifauna: a preliminary checklist. > 10°C, Cold average temp. C. splendens is a major crop pest in its native range and may cause significant economic damage. Sangha H S, Naoroji R, 2003. (Presencia accidental de Corvus splendens (Aves: Corvidae) y nuevas registros de aves raras en Magallanes: Rollandia gallardoi y Eremobius phoenicurus.). (London, Balliere, Tindall and Cox). Corvus splendens protegatus Madarász, 1904 – Die Subspezies kommt im Südwesten Indiens und auf Sri Lanka vor. The sub specific name is also a Latin or Latinised word and follows the name of the species to which it belongs. Introduced birds of the world. which prefer staying inside or … Spread restricted to coastal strip north and south. Mombasa, Kenya. CABI, Undated. Grey nape, sides of head and breast, though the shade of grey varies in different races; otherwise glossy black, but juveniles are duller. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club, 114(2):90-100. Ryall C, 1994. Corvus splendens - Indian house crow. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated b. CABI Compendium: Status as determined by CABI editor. Corvus splendens zugmayeri Laubmann, 1913 - dal collo chiaro, diffusa nella porzione occidentale dell'areale occupato dalla specie, fino all'India nord-occidentale e centro-settentrionale; Alcuni autori accorperebbero la sottospecie maledivicus a protegatus , considerandola una popolazione meticcia di uccelli introdotti in tempi remoti [3] . Krzeminska et al. (2002). Bergier P; Franchimont J; Thévenot M, 2005. They have also been observed to eat sand after feeding on carcasses. Tropical animal health and production 30 (3):177-178. Corvus splendens splendens (c and s India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan) Corvus splendens zugmayeri (s Iran through Pakistan to nc India) Corvus splendens protegatus (sw India and Sri Lanka) Corvus splendens maledivicus (Maldive Is.) Slaterus et al. The Aden, Klang and Zanzibar populations have subsequently served as secondary foci of further spread, along with the introduced population at Suez. Subspecies Corvus splendens splendens. Ali S; Ripley SD, 1972. C. splendens zugmayeri is also found in the dry parts of South Asia and Iran. The house crow in the Middle East. Further records and updates of range extension in House Crow Corvus splendens. Promising control programme in 1990s eventually foundered, but new eradication programmes now under way; First reported: 1890s, Apparently stable since first record in the 1970s, presumed ship-borne; First reported: 1970s, Single ship-borne bird reported first; 2 birds seen in 2008; First reported: early 2000s, Stable population in valleys of west Yunnan, Introduced, source unclear but probably ship-borne. 25 (5), 312-319. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club. (PDF) Background and development of the Dutch population of … splendens in the feathers of Song Thrush (n = 2); T ectocepheus velatus , Oppiella nova , Chamobates cus- pidatus , nymphs of oribatid mites in the feathers of 2) Myanmar crow - corvus splendens insolens. The Corvus splendens protegatus individual living in Sri Lanka makes a "caw" sound that has a different pitch compared to that of Corvus splendens splendens. This species is able to make use of resources with great flexibility and appears to be associated with humans, and no populations are known to exist independently of humans. Spread from neighbouring states; First reported: early 1990s, Spreading. The darkest form is the Myanmar form, C. splendens insolens. P. sīdati-(Epic also te-;Ved. Corvus splendens splendens - c, s India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan. Four to five pale blue-green, brown-speckled eggs are laid in a typical corvid nest of twigs lined with fine material, though wire may be used where twigs are lacking (Ryall, 1990). Corvus splendens zugmayeri: s Iran through Pakistan to nc India-No: Corvus splendens splendens: c, s India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan-No: Corvus splendens protegatus: sw India and Sri Lanka-No: Corvus splendens maledivicus: Maldives-No: Corvus splendens insolens: Myanmar, s … Corvus splendens protegatus Corvus splendens splendens Disclaimer: The NCBI taxonomy database is not an authoritative source for nomenclature or classification - please consult the relevant scientific literature for the most reliable information. House Crows scavenging at open air restaurant in Varkala resort in Kerala, South India, race Corvus splendens protegatus. Ryall C, 2016. Corvus splendens splendens: Indien, außer dem Nordwesten. Blount, W.P. 2009, Csurhes 2010), public information, and surveillance and response systems have succeeded in keeping Australia and the Seychelles free of House Crows for decades. 1. Rare birds in Morocco: report of the Moroccan Rare Birds Committee (2001-2003). In flight in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. Long J L, 1981. Systematic scientific study is lacking in this species, particularly as colour ringing and release of individual birds would be necessary. 3. sg. In: Identification of risks and management of invasive alien species using the IPPC framework. Introduced to clear refuse in 1890s; reached pest proportions by 1920s. Title: Corvus splendens subsp. Naturalised birds of the world. C. splendens is omnivorous and opportunistic, subsisting primarily on human refuse supplemented by nest-raiding and predation of small vertebrates, invertebrates, raided crops, fruit and other produce. Binomial name: Corvus splendens, Louis Jean Pierre Vieillot, 1817. House crow Corvus splendens in County Waterford - an addition to the Irish list. As to the Fact of Pleminius, it was well punish'd by the Conscript Fathers. (Chile), 26:137-139. Control measures now in Jeddah; First reported: late 1970s, Now >2000 birds. File:Naturalis Biodiversity Center - RMNH.AVES.140587 1 - Corvus splendens protegatus Madarász, 1904 - Corvidae - bird skin specimen.jpeg Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Dutch Birding. Although it is known that Corvus splendens consisted of five subspecies (Corvus s. splendens, C. s. zugmayeri, C. s. protegatus, C. s. maledivicus, and C. s. insolens), in South Africa it is called Corvus splendens because of lack genetic study as to determine which subspecies they might belong to [4,5]. Animalia: information (1) Animalia: pictures (20673) Animalia: specimens (7109) Animalia: sounds (722) Animalia: maps (42) Eumetazoa metazoans. [21] Pathologist T.R. House crows in the Netherlands and Europe. Como grupo demuestran ejemplos admirables de inteligencia [1] [2] y una de sus especies, el cuervo de Nueva Caledonia, ha sido recientemente estudiada [] en forma intensiva por su habilidad de fabricar y utilizar sus propias herramientas para conseguir su alimento. 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