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Syrmaticus (pheasants)

Wikipedia Abstract

The genus Syrmaticus contains the five species of long-tailed pheasants. The males have short spurs and usually red facial wattles, but otherwise differ wildly in appearance. The hens (females) and chicks pattern of all the species have a rather conservative and plesiomorphic drab brown color pattern.5 species are generally accepted in this genus.
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Syrmaticus ellioti (Elliot's Pheasant) (Attributes)
Syrmaticus humiae (Mrs. Hume's Pheasant) (Attributes)
Syrmaticus mikado (Mikado Pheasant) (Attributes)
Syrmaticus reevesii (Reeves's Pheasant) (Attributes)
Syrmaticus soemmerringii (Copper Pheasant) (Attributes)

Institutions (Zoos, etc.)

Institution Infraspecies / Breed 
Tama Zoological Park

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