Dark-blue jays, Cyanolyca are a genus of small jays found in humid highland forests in southern Mexico, Central America and the Andes in South America. All are largely blue and have a black mask. They also possess black bills and legs and are skulking birds. They frequently join mixed-species flocks of birds.
- Black-collared Jay, Cyanolyca armillata
- Turquoise Jay, Cyanolyca turcosa
- White-collared Jay, Cyanolyca viridicyana
- Azure-hooded Jay, Cyanolyca cucullata
- Beautiful Jay, Cyanolyca pulchra
- Black-throated Jay, Cyanolyca pumilo
- Dwarf Jay, Cyanolyca nana
- White-throated Jay, Cyanolyca mirabilis
- Silvery-throated Jay, Cyanolyca argentigula
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