Sinaloa Crow (Corvus sinaloae) - HBW 14, p. 627
French: Corneille du Sinaloa
Spanish: Cuervo Sinaloense
Other common names: Mexican Crow (when treated as conspecific with C. imparatus)
Taxonomy: Corvus sinaloae L. I. Davis, 1958, Escuinapa, Sinaloa, Mexico.
Forms a superspecies with C. imparatus and possibly conspecific; preliminary genetic analysis suggests that the two may be sister-taxa (2% divergent) within a clade of Asian/Pacific taxa that includes C. ossifragus. Monotypic.
Distribution: NW Mexico on Pacific slope from S Sonora S to SW Nayarit.
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