Pica Brisson, 1760 sec. Droege, G., Corvids of the World

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Pica Brisson, 1760 sec. Droege, G., Corvids of the World

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Distribution

Africa Northern Africa (Algeria (Algeria nativeA), Morocco (Morocco nativeA), Western Sahara (Western Sahara nativeA)); West Tropical Africa (Mauritania (Mauritania nativeA)), Asia-Temperate Arabian Peninsula (Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia nativeA)); Caucasus nativeA; China (China North-Central nativeA, China South-Central nativeA, China Southeast nativeA, Inner Mongolia nativeA, Manchuria nativeA, Qinghai (Qinghai nativeA), Tibet (Tibet nativeA), Xinjiang (Xinjiang nativeA)); Eastern Asia (Japan (Kyushu nativeA), Korea nativeA, Taiwan (Taiwan nativeA)); Middle Asia nativeA; Mongolia (Mongolia (Mongolia nativeA)); Russian Far East (Amur (Amur nativeA), Kamchatka (Kamchatka nativeA), Khabarovsk (Khabarovsk nativeA), Magadan (Magadan nativeA), Primorye (Primorye nativeA)); Siberia (Altay (Altay nativeA), Buryatiya (Buryatiya nativeA), Irkutsk (Irkutsk nativeA), Krasnoyarsk (Krasnoyarsk nativeA), Tuva (Tuva nativeA), West Siberia nativeA); Western Asia (Afghanistan (Afghanistan nativeA), Iran (Iran nativeA), Iraq (Iraq nativeA), Turkey (Turkey nativeA)), Asia-Tropical Indian Subcontinent (East Himalaya (Bhutan nativeA), India (Andhra Pradesh nativeA), Pakistan (Pakistan nativeA), West Himalaya (Jammu-Kashmir nativeA)); Indo-China (Myanmar (Myanmar nativeA)), Europe Eastern Europe (Baltic States nativeA, East European Russia (East European Russia nativeA), North European Russia (North European Russia nativeA), Northwest European Russia (Northwest European Russia nativeA)); Middle Europe nativeA; Northern Europe nativeA; Southeastern Europe nativeA; Southwestern Europe (France (France nativeA), Portugal (Portugal nativeA), Spain (Spain nativeA)), Northern America Northwestern U.S.A. nativeA; Southwestern U.S.A. nativeA; Subarctic America (Alaska (Alaska nativeA), Yukon (Yukon nativeA)); Western Canada nativeA

Brood parasite

1. Finland, Netherlands

Ectoparasite

Philopterus picae (Denny, 1842)F Brueelia biocellata (Piaget, 1880)G

Bibliography

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F. Price & Hellenthal, Taxonomy of Philopterus (Phthiraptera: Philopteridae) from the Corvidae (Passeriformes), with descriptions of nine new species. in Annals of the Entomological Society of America 91 (6) [78]
G. Emerson, K.C., Checklist of the Mallophaga of North America (North of Mexico). Part IV Bird host list. 1972: 26 [8191]