60:121-133, Soh MCK, NS Sodhi, RKH Seoh, BW Brook (2002) Nest site selection of the house crow (, Kelvin S.-H. Peh and Navjot S. Sodhi (2002) Characteristics of Nocturnal Roosts of House Crows in Singapore. There is no biological control available. Pesticides should always be used in a lawful manner, consistent with the product's label. (2003) and Soh et al. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 4(2):725-740. http://www.mdpi.com/2220-9964/4/2/725/htm. Scopus, 14(1):14-16. CABI is a registered EU trademark. Suleiman AS; Taleb N, 2010. ADW Pocket Guides on the iOS App Store! Ryall C, 2010. Corvus splendens splendens - c, s India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan. The wings, tail and legs are black. 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. According one estimate the crow population in India is assigned to be around 34 million (Sen, 2011). Ryall C; Meier GG, 2008. Mittal OP; Sakhuja S, 1980. In classification, the subspecies is a category below the species. Forktail, 19:141-142. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. ; Aorist asadat-[ confer, compare present tense stem-] grammar;2. Scopus, 16(1):1-8. The dark Burmese race may possibly be confused with the jungle crow Corvus levaillantii, as the ranges overlap to a large extent. 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. Large trees with big crowns are preferred for nesting. In classification, the subspecies is a category below the species. Wells DR, 2007. Department of Agriculture, Government of Western Australia Bulletin 4604:unpaginated. Further records of range extension in the House Crow Corvus splendens. It has also shown an ability to spread overland in sites where it has been introduced, e.g. Florida's exotic avifauna: a preliminary checklist. Le Gerfaut 74: 3-13. Lim HawChuan; Sodhi NS; Brook BW; Soh MCK, 2003. Conf., Berlin, Germany, 26-30 September 2011. In Australia, the Department of Agriculture and Food in Western Australia has published an Animal Pest Alert leaflet on the house crow (Department of Agriculture and Food, 2008). Florida's exotic avifauna: a preliminary checklist. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club, 122(3):231-240. Afrikaans: Huiskraai العربية: زاغ رمادي العنق български: Домашна врана বাংলা: পাতিকাক català: Cornella índia čeština: Vrána domácí Cymraeg: Brân tai dansk: Huskrage Deutsch: Glanzkrähe English: House Crow Esperanto: Blanknuka korvo español: Cuervo Indio euskara: Indiar bele It is between the jackdaw and the carrion crow in size (40 cm in length) but is slimmer than either. (1949). Chakravathy AK, 1988. The atlas of breeding birds of Arabia. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club, 115(3):185-187. Small breeding colony on Inhaca Island in late 1970s and in Maputo by 1980s; First reported: early 1950s, Single bird at Walvis Bay, presumed ship-borne, Two at Saint-Denis in 2004; at least one was shot, Ship-borne and bred on Mahe but eradicated 1994. Eighth European Vert. Recently, it has made its arrival in Europe and has been breeding in the Dutch harbour town Hook of Holland since 1998. The complete mitochondrial genome of the invasive house crow Corvus splendens (Passeriformes: Corvidae). Spreading. the Indian bustard, Ardeotis nigriceps (Ali and Rahmani, 1982-1983). Close view of a gathering of House Crows on beach at Kochi, in Kerala, South India, race Corvus splendens protegatus. Ang kaliwatan gibahinbahin ngadto sa matang nga nahiubos: C. s. insolens In the late nineteenth century, C. splendens was introduced to Aden (now in Yemen), Klang (Malaysia) and Zanzibar (now Tanzania), to control refuse and caterpillar plagues, and quickly proliferated. Naturalised birds of the world. , At least some trees in the local environment seem to be necessary for successful breeding although house crows occasionally nest on telephone towers. 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  . Notes on nest construction by the Indian house crow Corvus splendens and other aspects of its breeding biology in Mombasa, Kenya. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 19(6):685-695. Common, which belong's to many things: as, Hómo, a man. Survey of Campylobacter, Salmonella and Mycoplasma in house crows (Corvus splendens) in Malaysia. Major ports, particularly Mumbai and Colombo, but also Aden and Zanzibar, where it was intentionally introduced in the late 1800s, serve, along with as the main source of ship-borne spread, westward and southward to the Arabian Peninsula and the Gulf, the Red Sea, eastern and southern Africa, Mauritius and the Seychelles. Lewis expressed surprise at the numbers of haematozoa present in the blood of house crows from Calcutta.. Mombasa, Kenya. Q. 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.) In most aspects of biology and behaviour, C. splendens is a typical crow, generalist, omnivorous, opportunistic and intelligent but, uniquely, it is a specialist urban commensal of man, very gregarious and aggressive. The Indian subcontinent has two distinct sub species of crows namely Jungle (Corvus macrorhynchos culminatus) and House crow (Corvus splendens protegatus). > 0°C, dry winters), To control Spodoptera in Malaysia, to clear garbage in Zanzibar, On board ships particularly from Mumbai, Colombo, Aden, Birds transported on ships e.g. Bergier P, Franchimont J, Thévenot M, 2005. C. splendens is a committed commensal to man, never living far from human settlements. 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