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Eurasian Jay

Garrulus glandarius (Linnaeus, 1758)

The Eurasian Jay (Garrulus glandarius) is a species of bird occurring over a vast region from Western Europe and north-west Africa to the Indian Subcontinent and further to the eastern seaboard of Asia and down into south-east Asia. Across its vast range, several very distinct racial forms have evolved to look very different from each other, especially when forms at the extremes of its range are compared. Source: Wikipedia




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Order:
  Passeriformes
Family:
  Corvidae
Genus:
  Garrulus

Scientific:
  Garrulus glandarius

Citation:
  (Linnaeus, 1758)

Reference:
  Syst.Nat.ed.10 p.106

Protonym:
  Corvus glandarius

Avibase ID:
  D8D10F2C5A9AA49F

Short link:
  https://avibase.ca/D8D10F2C

Taxonomic Serial Number:
TSN: 560214

Geographic range:

  • Garrulus glandarius glandarius: N and central Europe
  • Garrulus glandarius hibernicus: Ireland
  • Garrulus glandarius rufitergum: S Scotland, England, Wales and n France
  • Garrulus glandarius fasciatus (fasciatus): Southern, central and eastern Spain
  • Garrulus glandarius fasciatus (lusitanicus): N Portugal and n Spain
  • Garrulus glandarius corsicanus: Corsica
  • Garrulus glandarius ichnusae: Sardinia
  • Garrulus glandarius albipectus {albipectus or yugoslavicus}: Italy, coastal Balkans from Croatia to Albania, and Ionian Islands (western Greece)
  • Garrulus glandarius albipectus (jordansi): Sicily
  • Garrulus glandarius graecus: Kosovo and southern Serbia to southern Bulgaria and mainland Greece
  • Garrulus glandarius ferdinandi: SE Bulgaria to n Turkey (Istranca Mountains)
  • Garrulus glandarius cretorum: Crete
  • Garrulus glandarius glaszneri: Cyprus
  • Garrulus glandarius cervicalis: NE Algeria and Tunisia
  • Garrulus glandarius minor: Atlas Mountains of Morocco and Algeria
  • Garrulus glandarius whitakeri: N Morocco and nw Algeria
  • Garrulus glandarius atricapillus: Lebanon to s Syria, Israel and w Jordan
  • Garrulus glandarius samios: Samos and Ikaria region of e Aegean Sea
  • Garrulus glandarius anatoliae: W Turkey and e Aegean Sea to w Asia Minor, n Iraq and sw Iran
  • Garrulus glandarius iphigenia: Crimean Peninsula
  • Garrulus glandarius krynicki: Caucasus, Transcaucasia and n Asia Minor
  • Garrulus glandarius hyrcanus: N Iran (Elzburg Mountains and south shore of Caspian Sea)
  • Garrulus glandarius brandtii: Ural Mountains to Siberia, Lake Baikal and Altai and Sayan mts.
  • Garrulus glandarius bambergi: Mongolia to Sakhalin, s Kuril Islands, Hokkaido and Korea
  • Garrulus glandarius sewerzowii: Scandinavia and w Russia
  • Garrulus glandarius kansuensis: Kazakhstan (e Tien Shan) and w China (Gansu)
  • Garrulus glandarius pekingensis: N China (Liaoning) and sw Manchuria
  • Garrulus glandarius japonicus: Japan (Honshu, Shikoku, northern Kyushu, and Tsushima)
  • Garrulus glandarius namiyei: Tsushima Islands (sw Japan)
  • Garrulus glandarius tokugawae: Sado I. (Japan)
  • Garrulus glandarius hiugaensis: Japan (Izu Peninsula of Honshu, southern Kyushu, and Kagoshima)
  • Garrulus glandarius orii: Yakushima I. (Ryukyu Islands)
  • Garrulus glandarius bispecularis: Himalayas (Kashmir to Nepal)
  • Garrulus glandarius sinensis: W China to n Yunnan and ne Myanmar
  • Garrulus glandarius taivanus: Taiwan
  • Garrulus glandarius interstinctus: E Himalayas and se Tibet
  • Garrulus glandarius persaturatus: N India (Khasi Hills of Assam)
  • Garrulus glandarius oatesi: Central Myanmar (upper Chindwin and Chin Hills)
  • Garrulus glandarius leucotis: E Myanmar to s Yunnan, Thailand to central Vietnam
  • Garrulus glandarius haringtoni: Myanmar (Mt. Victoria in s Chin Hills)
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English:
Eurasian Jay
Catalan:
gaig eurasiàtic
Czech:
sojka obecná
Danish:
Skovskade
German:
Eichelhäher
Spanish:
Arrendajo Euroasiático
Spanish (Spain):
Arrendajo Euroasiático
Finnish:
närhi
French:
Geai des chênes
Croatian:
Šojka
Hungarian:
Szajkó
Icelandic:
Skrækskaði
Italian:
Ghiandaia
Japanese (romaji):
kakesu
Japanese:
カケス
Lithuanian:
Kėkštas
Dutch:
Gaai
Norwegian Nynorsk:
Nøtteskrikje
Norwegian:
Nøtteskrike
Polish:
sójka
Portuguese:
gaio
Russian:
Сойка
Slovak:
sojka obyčajná
Serbian:
Sojka
Swedish:
nötskrika
Ukrainian:
Сойка
Chinese:
松鸦
Chinese (Traditional):
松鴉


Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept:

African Bird Club Checklist 2004:
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African Bird Club Checklist August 2005:
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African Bird Club Checklist January 2008:
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African Bird Club Checklist May 2009:
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African Bird Club Checklist March 2010:
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Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
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Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 01 (August 2013):
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British Ornithologists' Union Checklist (7th edition):
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British Ornithologists' Union Checklist (7th edition, incl. Jan 2009 suppl.):
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Commission internationale pour les noms français des oiseaux (1993, révision 2009):
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Morony, Bock and Farrand:
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Oriental Bird Club:
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James Lee Peters:
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Sibley and Monroe (1993):
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Zoonomen - Zoological Nomenclature Resource:
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Species status: full species

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Abkhazian: аҞӘыра ӷра , аХыжь, аХЬажь, аХЬыжь, аХЬьада
Afrikaans: Eurasiatiese gaai
Altai: таралјы
Arabic: أبو زُريق الأوراسي, القيق(أبو زريق)
Asturian: Glayu, Glayu euroasiáticu
Azerbaijani: adi zığ-zığ, alaqarğa, Çəhrayı sığırçın, Zığzığ, zığ-zığ, Zığ–zığ
Bashkir: бараба, суҡтурғай, урман һайыҫҡаны, урман сәүкәһе
Belarusian: Cойка, sojka, сойка
Bulgarian: sojka, Сойка
Breton: Ar gegin derv, kegin, Kegin-derv, Richard
Catalan: Estornell rosat, Gaig, gaig eurasiàtic
Catalan (Balears): Gaig
Valencian: Estornell rosat
Montenegrin: kreštalica, kreštalica, sojka, sojka, крешталица, сојка
Montenegrin (Cyrillic): крешталица, сојка
Czech: sojka, Sojka obecná, Sojka obecný
Chuvash: кĕпшĕл, сульха
Welsh: Pioden y coed, Piogen goch, Piogen-y-coed, sgrech y coed, Ysgrech y coed
Danish: Skovskade
German: Eichelhaeher, Eichelhaher, Eichelhäher
Greek: (Ευρωπαϊκή) Κίσσα, kissa, Κίσσα
English: Acorn Jay, Black-throated jay, Common Jay, Eurasian Jay, European Jay, Jay, Red-crowned Jay, White-eared Jay
English, HBW: Eurasian/Plain-crowned/White-faced Jay
English (IOC): Eurasian Jay
English (United States): Eurasian Jay
Esperanto: Eŭrazia garolo, Eŭropazia garolo, garolo
Spanish: Alcaudón enmascarado, Arrandejo Común, Arrandejo сomún, Arredajo, Arrendajo, Arrendajo Común, Arrendajo Euroasiático, Arrrendajo
Spanish (Spain): Arrendajo Euroasiático
Spanish (HBW): Arrendajo euroasiático
Estonian: Pasknäär
Basque: eskinoso, Eskinosoa, Gaig
Evenki: inctelguun, коксича̄н, кокчилка̄н, кокчичан, кокшича̄н, кукэ̄вкӣ, кукэ̄кӣ, кукэкчэ̄н, тоӈсогок
Persian: جی‌جاق
Finnish: Närhi
Faroese: gnelliskjóra
French: Geai commune, Geai des chênes, Geai glandivore
Friulian: badascule, gjaie
Frisian: houtekster
Irish: gaio, pega marza, scréachóg, Scréachóg choille
Gaelic: Sgraicheag, Sgreuchag choille, Sgriachag Choille
Galician: Gaig, Gaio, Gaio común
Manx: Screeaaghag Cheylley, screeaghag cheylley
Hebrew: עורבני, עורבני שחור־כיפה
Croatian: Šojka, Šojka kreštalica
Hungarian: Szajkó
Armenian: [Chard/Antarayin Kachaghak ], Անտառային Կաչաղակ, Չարդ/Անտառային Կաչաղակ
Icelandic: Skrækskaði
Italian: Ghiandaia, Ghiandaia eurasiatica
Japanese (romaji): kakesu, Kake-su, kashi-dori, yama-garasu
Japanese: カケス, カシドリ, ヤマガラス
Japanese (Kanji): 山烏, 山鴉, 懸巣, 樫鳥, 橿鳥
Georgian: ჩხიკვი, ჯაფარა
Kara-Kalpak: сойка торғай
Kabardian: мэзкъанжэ, цӀикъ
Mongolian, Halh: ит, цагчаа ятгашаазгай, цахч, цахч шаазгай, ятга шаазгай
Khakas: Кöйiк саасхан
Kazakh: Жорғаторғай, Қызғылт қараторғай, торғай
Kazakh (Transliteration): jorğa-torğay
Korean: 어치
Korean (Transliteration): eochi
Karachay-Balkar: ала къаргъа, къыж, къыжкъыж
North Karelian: lapinharakka, meččäharakka, närhi
Cornish: kegin, Kegyn, Keyn
Kirghiz: үрпөк таан
Scientific: Corvus glandarius, Garrulus glandarius, Garrulus glandarius glandarius
Ladino: gacia
Luxembourgish: Maarkollef, Markollef
Lithuanian: Eurazinis kėkštas, Kekštas, kėkštas, Rąšis
Latvian: Krēķis, silis, sīlis
Macedonian: sojka, соjка, Сојка
Mongolian: ит, Ит хэрээ, Цагчаа ятгашаазгай, цахч, цахч шаазгай, Ятга шаазгай
Mongolian (Bichig): ᠶᠠᠲᠣᠭ᠎ᠠ ᠱᠠᠭᠠᠵᠠᠭᠠᠢ
Mongolian (Bichig, Inner Mongolia): ᠢᠲᠠ ᠬᠡᠷᠢᠶ᠎ᠠ
Mongolian (Transliteration): it kheree, tsagchaa yatag -shaazgai, yatag shaazgai
Moldavian: Gaiță
Maltese: Sultan ic-Cawl, sultan iċ-ċawl
Mongolian, Chakhar (Peripheral): ит, ит хэрээ
Dutch: Gaai, Vlaamse Gaai
Norwegian Nynorsk: Nøtteskrikje
Norwegian: Granskjur, Nøtteskrike
Occitan: gag
Livvi (Olonets Karelian): harakan, harakat, harakku
Polish: sójka, sójka (zwyczajna), Sójka pospolita, Sójka zwyczajna
Pinyin: jiāng-niǎo, jiān-niǎo, sāigāo, shān héshang, sōng-yā, wū-niǎo
Portuguese: gaio, Gaio(-comum), Gaio-comum
Portuguese (Portugal): Gaio, gaio-eurasiático
Romansh: sgragia
Rhaeto-Romance: Sgragia
Romanian: Gaiță, gaita, gaiţă
Russian: Cойка, sojka, Soyka, Обыкновенная сойка, Сойка, Сойка обыкновенная
Yakut: ньокоокуй, ньохооху, чочооку
Sardinian: malapiga, Marabiga, mariabiga, melapica, pica, piga
Scots: Scriachag choille, Sgraicheag, sgreuchag-choille
Northern Sami: látteguovssat
Slovak: Šoja, Sojka obyčajná, sojka škriekavá
Slovenian: šoja
Albanian: grifsha
Serbian: Kreja, kreja (sojka), Sojka, šojka, креjа, Креја, шоjка
Swedish: Nötskrika
Tajik: хӯл
Thai: นกปีกลายสก็อต, นกปีกลายสก๊อต, นกปีกลายสก๊อท
Thai (Transliteration): nók pìik-laay-sa-kóaat
Turkmen: Al sar, alakarga
Turkish: Alakarga, Kestane Kargası, Жорғаторғай
Tatar: бараба, гади күкканат , гадәти күкканат , имән каргасы, күкканат , күкшә , урман саесканы
Tuvinian: Айлаң-сааскан, Хор-айлаг
Udmurt: ӝакы, арганкесясь, арганкыскась, вож ӝакы, нюлэспуны, супыльтӥсь, тэльвозьмась, тэлькуака, ушпуль, чиборӝакы, шупуль, юбер
Ukrainian: sojka, сойка, Сойка звичайна
Uzbek: сойка
Vietnamese: Chim Quạ thông, Quạ thông
Sorbian, Lower: kabeja
Sorbian, Upper: škrěkawa
Kalmyk: алг җиврт, алыг җиверте, залата богшурһа, итәг, күтә
Chinese: [jiang-niao], [saigao], [shan heshang], [song-ya], [wu-niao], 塞皋, 屋鸟, 山和尚, 松鴉, 松鴉(橿鳥) , 松鸦, 橿鸟, 㭴鸟
Chinese (Traditional): 塞皋, 屋鳥, 山和尚, 松鴉, 樫鳥, 橿鳥
Chinese (Taiwan, Traditional): 松鴉
Chinese (Taiwan): [song-ya], 松鴉, 松鸦

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