A raven is one of several larger-bodied members of the genus Corvus. These species do not form a single taxonomic group within the genus, and only share a commonality of name. The largest raven species are the common raven and the thick-billed raven. Species with common names including the word "raven" are:
- Corvus albicollis – white-necked raven
- Corvus corax – common raven
- Corvus coronoides - Australian raven
- Corvus crassirostris – thick-billed raven
- Corvus cryptoleucus - Chihuahuan raven
- Corvus mellori - little raven
- Corvus rhipidurus - fan-tailed raven
- Corvus ruficollis – brown-necked raven
- Corvus tasmanicus - forest raven
- †Corvus moriorum – Chatham raven
- †Corvus antipodum – New Zealand raven
- †Corvus corax varius morpha leucophaeus - pied raven
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