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Text and photos by Nick Baker, unless otherwise credited.
Copyright ゥ Ecology Asia 2020

 
 
     
   
   

 

   
   
 
Mynas & Starlings
   
   

Fig 1 : Asian Glossy Starling
 

Fig 2 : Asian Glossy Starling - juvenile
  

Fig 3 : Vinous-breasted Starling
  

Fig 4 : Crested Myna
 


Fig 5 : White-vented Myna
  
 
Fig 6 : Common Myna
  

Fig 7 : Hill Myna
 

Fig 1 :
Asian Glossy Starling
Aplonis panayensis
Location : West Coast, Singapore
Habitat : Secondary scrub & sparse woodland
Notes : Feeding on a fruiting Wild Cinnamon Cinnamomum iners.

Fig 2 :
Asian Glossy Starling - juvenile
Aplonis panayensis
Location : Central forests, Singapore
Habitat : Secondary forest
Notes : Feeding on a fruiting Alum Tree Simplocos adenophylla.

Fig 3 :
Vinous-breasted Starling
Acridotheres burmannicus
Location : Pulau Ubin, Singapore
Habitat : Rural, agricultural

Fig 4 :
Crested Myna
Acridotheres cristatellus
Location : Pulau Pinang, Peninsular Malaysia
Habitat : Secondary scrub forest
Notes : This is an introduced species to the island of Penang.

Fig 5 :
White-vented Myna
Acridotheres grandis
Location : West Coast, Singapore
Habitat : Urban, with grassy areas

Fig 6 :
Common Myna
Acridotheres tristis
Location : West Coast, Singapore
Habitat : Semi-urban, with grassy areas

Figs 7 :
Hill Myna
Gracula religiosa
Location : West Coast, Singapore
Habitat : Lowland, secondary forest

Fig 8 :
Asian Pied Starling (Pied Myna)
Gracupica contra
Location : Phetchaburi Province, Thailand
Habitat : Agricultural area, with rice paddies
Note : Photo by
Charles Currin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fig 8 : Asian Pied Starling
 
ゥ  Charles Currin