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Other Names: Koklass Pheasant
Subspecies: Indian Koklass (Pucrasia macrolopha macrolopha),
Range: This species has a wide range across asia, from Afganistan to China. The range is not continuous and in some cases the subspecies are seperated by quite a distance. Of the most common subspecies kept in American aviculture, the nominate race, the Indian or Common Koklass, is found in north-central India and southern Nepal; the Western Koklass is found in eastern Afghanistan and Pakistan and the Yellow-necked Koklass is native to north-eastern China.
Habitat: In mountainous areas of coniferous or mixed forests.
Status in Wild: Stable.
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