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Tag Archives: Edwards’s Pheasant
Archived 2014 discussion: Edwards’s Pheasant (Lophura edwardsi) and Vietnamese Pheasant (L. hatinhensis) are considered to be the same species and are treated as L. edwardsi: list as Critically Endangered?
Edwards’s Pheasant Lophura edwardsi and Vietnamese Pheasant L. hatinhensis are now considered the same species, as evidence implies that L hatinhensis is an inbred morph of L. edwardsi (Hennache et al. 2012). Continue reading
Edwards’s Pheasant, Lophura edwardsi, is endemic to the lowland forests of central Vietnam and is currently listed as Endangered; comments are sought on the species, in particular whether its total population size is likely to now number fewer than 250 mature individuals, in order to determine whether it may warrant uplisting to Critically Endangered. Continue reading