Publications

Ryall

Ryall C (2016). Further records and updates of range extension in House Crow Corvus splendens. BOC Bulletin 136(1): 39-45

Ryall, C (2016). Species Account – Corvus splendens   In: CABI Global Compendium of Invasive Species  http://www.cabi.org/isc/

Fraser, DL, Aguilar G, Nagle W, Galbraith M & Ryall C (2015). The House Crow Corvus splendens: a threat to New Zealand? ISPRS Intern. J. Geo-Inf. 4: 725–740

Ryall, C (2010) – Further records and updates of range extension in House Crow Corvus splendens. BOC Bulletin 130 (4): 246-254

Ryall, C (2010). House Crow Corvus splendens. In: Jennings M C, Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Arabia, Fauna of Arabia 25: 491-493

Ryall C (2008). 4 Papers given at the 1st International Invasive Bird Conference, Fremantle WA, 1-4 December 2008

  • Introductory Paper – House Crow
  • An analysis of the mechanisms of the worldwide spread of the House Crow
  • The House Crow population in the Netherlands and its implications for the species’ spread across Europe
  • An evaluation of the impact of House Crow on avifauna in their introduced and native ranges

Ryall C & Meier GG (2008). The House Crow in the Middle East. Wildlife Middle East Newsletter 3(3):

Meier GG & Ryall C (2007). The House Crow Corvus splendens: an invasive without limits. Aliens Newsletter 24/25: 21-22

Nyari, A, Ryall, C & A Townsend Peterson (2006). Global invasive potential of the House Crow Corvus splendens based on ecological niche modelling. J Avian Biology 37(4): 306-311

Ryall, C (2005). The House Crow in South East Asia. China Expat, November 2005; 10-11

Ottens, G & Ryall C (2003). House Crows in the Netherlands and Europe. Dutch Birding 25(5): 312-319

Ryall, C (2003). Mimicry of a crow chick by an Asian koel Eudynamys scolopacea as a defence against attack by house crows Corvus splendensJ. Bombay Nat. History Soc. 100(1):  136-138

Ryall, C (2003). Notes on ecology and behaviour of House Crows at Hoek van Holland. Dutch Birding 25(5): 167-172

Ryall, C (2002). Further records of range extension in the House Crow Corvus splendens. BOC Bulletin 122(3): 231-240

Ryall, C (1995). Additional records of range extension in the House Crow Corvus splendensBOC Bulletin 115(3): 185-187

Ryall, C (1994). Recent extensions of range in the House Crow Corvus splendens. BOC Bulletin 114(2): 90-100

Ryall, C (1992). Predation and harassment of native bird species by the Indian House Crow Corvus splendens in Mombasa, Kenya. Scopus, 16(1): 1-8

Ryall, C (1992). The pest status of the Indian House Crow Corvus splendens in Mombasa and a survey of its expansion of range in coastal Kenya; In: L. Bennun (Ed). Proc. VIIth Pan. African Ornith. Congr. Nairobi, Aug 1988

Ryall, C (1990). Notes on nest construction by the Indian House Crow Corvus splendens and other aspects of its breeding biology in Mombasa, Kenya. Scopus 14(1): 14-16

Ryall, C & Reid C (1987). The Indian House Crow in Mombasa. Swara 10(1): 9-12

Ryall, C & Reid C (1987). The Indian House Crow in Mombasa. Bokmakierie 39(4): 113-116

Ryall, C (1986). Killer crows stalk the Seychelles. New Scientist, 2 Oct 1986: 48-49

 

Other Useful Sources of Information

Ali, S & Ripley S (1972). Handbook of the Birds of India and Pakistan Vol. 5. Oxford University Press

Brook BW, Sodhi NS, Soh MCK, Lim HC, (2003). Abundance and projected control of invasive house crows in Singapore. Journal of Wildlife Management, 67:808-817.

Goodwin, D (1976). Crows of the World. British Museum (Natural History), London

Krzemińska, U, Wilson, R., Rahman S, Song BK, Ming GH, Hua TM & Austin AC.(2016a). The complete mitochondrial genome of the invasive house crow Corvus splendens (Passeriformes: Corvidae) Mitochondrial DNA 27(2); 974-975

Krzemińska, U, Wilson R, Song BK, Seneviratne S, Akhteruzzaman S, Gruszczyńska J, Świderek W, Huy TS, Austin CM & Rahman S (2016b). Genetic diversity of native and introduced populations of the invasive house crow (Corvus splendens) in Asia and Africa. Biol Invasions (in press)

Long, JL (1981). Introduced Birds of the World. David & Charles

Madge, S & H Burn (1999). Crows and Jays: A Guide to the Crows, Jays and Magpies of the World. Christopher Helm Identification Guide Series

Meininger, PL, Mullie, WC & Bruun, B (1980). The spread of the House Crow Corvus splendens, with special reference to the occurrence in Egypt. Le Gerfaut 70: 245-250

Rasmussen, PC & Anderton, JC (2012). Birds of South Asia. The Ripley Guide. Vol. 2, Lynx Edicions

Soh, MCK, Sodhi, NS, Seoh, RKH & Brook, BW (2002). Nest site selection of the house crow Corvus splendens, an urban invasive bird species in Singapore and implications for its management. Landscape and Urban Planning 59: 217-226

Wells, DR, (2007). The Birds of the Thai-Malay Peninsula: Passerines: Vol 2, Christopher Helm, London