Xinjiang Ground-jay

Xinjiang Ground-jay

name = Xinjiang Ground-jay

status = NT | status_system = IUCN3.1
regnum = Animalia
phylum = Chordata
classis = Aves
ordo = Passeriformes
familia = Corvidae
genus = "Podoces"
species = "P. biddulphi"
binomial = "Podoces biddulphi"
binomial_authority = Hume, 1874
synonyms =

The Xinjiang Ground-jay or Biddulph's Ground Jay ("Podoces biddulphi") is a species of bird in the Corvidae family.It is endemic to China.It is threatened by habitat loss.


* BirdLife International 2004. [ Podoces biddulphi] . [ 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. ] Downloaded on 26 July 2007.

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