The White-necked Myna (Streptocitta albicollis) is a large, long-tailed starling that is endemic to the forests on Sulawesi and adjacent smaller islands in Indonesia. As it resembles a magpie, it is at times referred to as Celebes Magpie or Sulawesi Magpie.
There are two subspecies:
- Streptocitta albicollis (nominate form)
- Range: Southern part of SulawesiID: Has a yellow-tipped bill
- Streptocitta albicollis torquata (sub-species)
- Range: Northern part of the island
- ID: Has an all-black bill
Species Research by Sibylle Johnson
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