Common Green Magpie (Cissa chinensis)
Cissa is a genus of relatively short-tailed magpies, though sometimes known as hunting cissas, that reside in the forests of tropical and subtropical Southeast Asia and adjacent regions. The four species are quite similar with bright red bills, a mainly green plumage, black mask, and rufous wings. Due to excess exposure to sunlight (and, possibly, a low-carotenoid diet), they often appear rather turquoise (instead of green) in captivity. They are carnivorous, and mainly feed on arthropods and small vertebrates.
Common Green Magpie (Boddaert, 1783) (Cissa chinensis) Indochinese Green Magpie (Salvadori & Giglioli, 1885) (Cissa hypoleuca) Bornean Green Magpie (Sharpe, 1888) (Cissa jefferyi) Javan Green Magpie (Temminck, 1826) (Cissa thalassina)