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Garrulus glandarius (Linnaeus, 1758)

The Eurasian jay is a species of passerine bird in the family Corvidae. It occurs 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 this vast range, several distinct racial forms have evolved which look very different from each other, especially when comparing forms at the extremes of its range. Source: Wikipedia




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Classification
Ordre:
  Passeriformes
Famille:
  Corvidae
Genre:
   Garrulus
scientifique:
  Garrulus glandarius


Original description

Citation:
  (Linnaeus, 1758)

Référence:
  Syst.Nat.ed.10 p.106

Protonyme:
  Corvus glandarius

Link:
  http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.542


Avibase identifiers

Avibase ID:
  D8D10F2C5A9AA49F

Avibase ID:
  avibase-D8D10F2C

Lien court:
  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)
  • Montrer plus..
anglais:
Eurasian Jay
catalan:
gaig eurasiàtic
tchèque:
sojka obecná
danois:
Skovskade
allemand:
Eichelhäher
espagnol:
Arrendajo Euroasiático
Spanish (Spain):
Arrendajo Euroasiático
finnois:
närhi
français:
Geai des chênes
croate:
Šojka
hongrois:
Szajkó
islandais:
Skrækskaði
italien:
Ghiandaia
japonais:
kakesu
japonais:
カケス
lituanien:
Kėkštas
néerlandais:
Gaai
norvégien nynorsk; nynorsk, norvégien:
Nøtteskrikje
norvégien:
Nøtteskrike
polonais:
sójka
portugais:
gaio
russe:
Сойка
slovaque:
sojka obyčajná
serbe:
Sojka
suédois:
nötskrika
ukrainien:
Сойка
chinois:
松鸦
Chinese (Traditional):
松鴉


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African Bird Club Checklist 2004:
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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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abkhaze: аҞӘыра ӷра , аХыжь, аХЬажь, аХЬыжь, аХЬьада
afrikaans: Eurasiatiese gaai
Altai: таралјы
arabe: أبو زُريق الأوراسي, القيق(أبو زريق)
asturien: Glayu, Glayu euroasiáticu
azéri: adi zığ-zığ, alaqarğa, Çəhrayı sığırçın, Zığzığ, zığ-zığ, Zığ–zığ
bachkir: бараба, суҡтурғай, урман һайыҫҡаны, урман сәүкәһе
biélorusse: Cойка, sojka, сойка
bulgare: 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
tchèque: sojka, Sojka obecná, Sojka obecný
tchouvache: кĕпшĕл, сульха
gallois: Pioden y coed, Piogen goch, Piogen-y-coed, sgrech y coed, Ysgrech y coed
danois: Skovskade
allemand: Eichelhaeher, Eichelhaher, Eichelhäher
grec: (Ευρωπαϊκή) Κίσσα, kissa, Κίσσα
anglais: 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
espéranto: Eŭrazia garolo, Eŭropazia garolo, garolo
espagnol: Alcaudón enmascarado, Arrandejo Común, Arrandejo сomún, Arredajo, Arrendajo, Arrendajo Común, Arrendajo Euroasiático, Arrrendajo
Spanish (Spain): Arrendajo Euroasiático
Spanish (HBW): Arrendajo euroasiático
estonien: Pasknäär
basque: eskinoso, Eskinosoa, Gaig
Evenki: inctelguun, коксича̄н, кокчилка̄н, кокчичан, кокшича̄н, кукэ̄вкӣ, кукэ̄кӣ, кукэкчэ̄н, тоӈсогок
perse: جی‌جاق, جی‌جاق (زاغ جنگلی)
finnois: Närhi
féroïen: gnelliskjóra
français: Geai commune, Geai des chênes, Geai glandivore
frioulan: badascule, gjaie
frison: houtekster
irlandais: gaio, pega marza, scréachóg, Scréachóg choille
gaélique: Sgraicheag, Sgreuchag choille, Sgriachag Choille
galicien: Gaig, Gaio, Gaio común
manx; mannois: Screeaaghag Cheylley, screeaghag cheylley
hébreu: עורבני, עורבני שחור־כיפה
croate: Šojka, Šojka kreštalica
hongrois: Szajkó
arménien: [Chard/Antarayin Kachaghak ], Անտառային Կաչաղակ, Չարդ/Անտառային Կաչաղակ
islandais: Skrækskaði
italien: Ghiandaia, Ghiandaia eurasiatica
japonais: kakesu, Kake-su, kashi-dori, yama-garasu
japonais: カケス, カシドリ, ヤマガラス
Japanese (Kanji): 山烏, 山鴉, 懸巣, 樫鳥, 橿鳥
géorgien: ჩხიკვი, ჯაფარა
karakalpak: 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
coréen: 어치
Korean (Transliteration): eochi
karatchaï balkar: ала къаргъа, къыж, къыжкъыж
North Karelian: lapinharakka, meččäharakka, närhi
cornique: kegin, Kegyn, Keyn
kirghize: үрпөк таан
scientifique: Corvus glandarius, Garrulus glandarius, Garrulus glandarius glandarius
judéo-espagnol: gacia
luxembourgeois: Maarkollef, Markollef
lituanien: Eurazinis kėkštas, Kekštas, kėkštas, Rąšis
letton: Krēķis, silis, sīlis
macédonien: sojka, соjка, Сојка
mongol: 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
moldave: Gaiță
maltais: Sultan ic-Cawl, sultan iċ-ċawl
Mongolian, Chakhar (Peripheral): ит, ит хэрээ
néerlandais: Gaai, Vlaamse Gaai
norvégien nynorsk; nynorsk, norvégien: Nøtteskrikje
norvégien: Granskjur, Nøtteskrike
provençal: gag
Livvi (Olonets Karelian): harakan, harakat, harakku
polonais: sójka, sójka (zwyczajna), Sójka pospolita, Sójka zwyczajna
Pinyin: jiāng-niǎo, jiān-niǎo, sāigāo, shān héshang, sōng-yā, wū-niǎo
portugais: gaio, Gaio(-comum), Gaio-comum
Portuguese (Portugal): Gaio, gaio-eurasiático
Romansh: sgragia
rhéto-roman: Sgragia
roumain: Gaiță, gaita, gaiţă
russe: Cойка, sojka, Soyka, Обыкновенная сойка, Сойка, Сойка обыкновенная
iakoute: ньокоокуй, ньохооху, чочооку
sarde: malapiga, Marabiga, mariabiga, melapica, pica, piga
écossais: Scriachag choille, Sgraicheag, sgreuchag-choille
sami du Nord: látteguovssat
slovaque: Šoja, Sojka obyčajná, sojka škriekavá
slovène: šoja
albanais: grifsha
serbe: Kreja, kreja (sojka), Sojka, šojka, креjа, Креја, шоjка
suédois: Nötskrika
tadjik: хӯл
thaï: นกปีกลายสก็อต, นกปีกลายสก๊อต, นกปีกลายสก๊อท
Thai (Transliteration): nók pìik-laay-sa-kóaat
turkmène: Al sar, alakarga
turc: Alakarga, Kestane Kargası, Жорғаторғай
tatar: бараба, гади күкканат , гадәти күкканат , имән каргасы, күкканат , күкшә , урман саесканы
touva: Айлаң-сааскан, Хор-айлаг
oudmourte: ӝакы, арганкесясь, арганкыскась, вож ӝакы, нюлэспуны, супыльтӥсь, тэльвозьмась, тэлькуака, ушпуль, чиборӝакы, шупуль, юбер
ukrainien: sojka, сойка, Сойка звичайна
ouszbek: сойка
vietnamien: Chim Quạ thông, Quạ thông
Sorbian, Lower: kabeja
Sorbian, Upper: škrěkawa
kalmouk: алг җиврт, алыг җиверте, залата богшурһа, итәг, күтә
chinois: [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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