Grus (bird)

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IOC Classification: DomainEukaryota • RegnumAnimalia • PhylumChordata • SubphylumVertebrata • InfraphylumGnathostomata • SuperclassisTetrapoda • ClassisAves • SuperordoNeognathae • OrdoGruiformes • FamiliaGruidae • GenusGrus Brisson, 1760
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  • English : Cranes
  • dansk : Traneslægten
  • Deutsch : Kraniche
  • français : Grues
  • Frysk : Kranen
  • lietuvių : Gervės
Included species (for IOC classification 7.2):
G. americana, G. carunculata, G. grus, G. japonensis, G. monacha, G. nigricollis, G. paradisea, G. virgo
Note: 5 species that were placed here in IOC classification 7.1 have been moved to genera Antigone (genus), Leucogeranus as species Antigone antigone, Antigone canadensis, Antigone rubicunda, Antigone vipio, Leucogeranus leucogeranus
Included species (for IOC classification 2.6):
G. americana, G. antigone, G. canadensis, G. carunculata, G. grus, G. japonensis, G. leucogeranus, G. monacha, G. nigricollis, G. paradisea, G. rubicunda, G. vipio, G. virgo
Note: Grus virgo is syn. with Anthropoides virgo and Grus carunculata is syn. with Bugeranus carunculatus

Grus americana (cat.)[edit]

Grus carunculata (cat.)[edit]

Grus grus (cat.)[edit]

Grus japonensis (cat.)[edit]

Grus monacha (cat.)[edit]

Grus nigricollis (cat.)[edit]

Grus paradisea (cat.)[edit]

Grus virgo (cat.)[edit]

More than one species[edit]