Mass Eurasian jay: 160 g
Scientific name Garrulus
Higher classification Crow family
Length Eurasian jay: 34 cm
|Clutch size Eurasian jay: 4 – 6, Lidth's jay: 3 – 4, Black-headed jay: 3 – 5|
Lower classifications Eurasian jay, Lidth's jay, Black‑headed jay
Jay bird bath garrulus glandarius gaio tomando banho
Garrulus is a genus of Old World jays, passerine birds in the family Corvidae. Established by Mathurin Jacques Brisson in 1760.
- Jay bird bath garrulus glandarius gaio tomando banho
- Taxonomy and systematics
- Extant species
- Former species
Taxonomy and systematics
The name Garrulus is a Latin word meaning chattering, babbling or noisy.
Three extant species are recognized:
Formerly, some authorities also considered the following species (or subspecies) as species within the genus Garrulus: