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    Acridotheres javanicus


    Both Acridotheres fuscus and A. javanicus have crests, and generally look similar except that A. fuscus has an orange bill with a deep blue base, whereas A. javanicus has a yellow bill, with no blue base (Robson C. 2000). The two species were at one time considered two subspecies: A. f. javanicus and A. f. torquatus (Lever C. 1987).
    Acridotheres tristis
    brun majna (Swedish), Calcutta myna (English), common myna (English), German Indischer mynah, Hirtenmaina (German), hjarðmænir (Icelandic), house myna (English), Indian myna (English), Indian mynah (English), kabairohakka (Japanese), maina (Danish), mainá común (Spanish), maina comune (Italian), mainato (Portuguese), majna brunatna (Polish), majna obecná (Czech), manu (Cook Islands), manu kaomani (Cook Islands), manu kavamani (Cook Islands), manu rataro (Cook Islands), manu teve (Cook Islands), Martin triste (French), merle des Moluques (French), mynah (English), pihamaina (Finnish), piru (Cook Islands), talking myna (English), treurmaina (Dutch)

    Acridotheres tristis (Photo: KW Bridges, University of Hawai Acridotheres tristis eggs in mail box  (Photo: Bill Handke) - Click for full size Acridotheres tristis (Photo: KW Bridges, University of Hawai Acridotheres tristis (Photo: KW Bridges, University of Hawai Acridotheres tristis  (Photo: Julian Robinson) - Click for full size

    The jungle myna Acridotheres fuscus is similar to the common myna A. tristis, but is darker and slimmer, with an orange beak and no yellow skin around the eye. Both species have large white patches in the wings and tail.

ISSG Landcare Research NBII IUCN University of Auckland