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Scientific Names

Preferred Names

Passerina cyanea (Linnaeus 1766)
Passerina cyanea
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Passerina cyanea Linnaeus

Alternative Names

Tanagra cyanea Linnaeus 1766

Common Names

English

Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål

Indigospurv preferred
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Bulgarian

индигова пасерина preferred
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Catalan; Valencian

cardenal indi de front lila preferred
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Czech

papežík indigový preferred
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Danish

Indigofinke preferred
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Dutch; Flemish

Indigogors preferred
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Estonian

indigolind preferred
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Finnish

indigokardinaali preferred
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French

Passerin indigo preferred
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German

Indigofink preferred
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Hungarian

Indigópinty preferred
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indigópinty
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Icelandic

Blátittlingur preferred
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Italian

Ministro preferred
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Japanese

rurinojiko preferred
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ルリノジコ

Latvian

indigo stērste preferred
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Lithuanian

mėlynoji startenė preferred
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Polish

łuszczyk indygowy preferred
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Portuguese

Mariposa-azul preferred
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mariposa-azul

Russian

Индиговый овсянковый кардинал preferred
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Синяя овсянка
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Slovak

pápežík indigový preferred
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Slovenian

indigov mavričar preferred
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Spanish; Castilian

Indris, viudita
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Azulillo Índigo preferred
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Swedish

Indigofink preferred
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indigofink
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Welsh

bras goleulas preferred
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Curated hierarchies for Passerina cyanea (Linnaeus 1766)