Chrysolophus pictus


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Noun1.Chrysolophus pictus - brightly colored crested pheasant of mountains of western and central AsiaChrysolophus pictus - brightly colored crested pheasant of mountains of western and central Asia
pheasant - large long-tailed gallinaceous bird native to the Old World but introduced elsewhere
Chrysolophus, genus Chrysolophus - golden pheasants
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Electrocardiogram analysis of the golden (Chrysolophus pictus) and silver (Lophura nycthemera) pheasants.
Golden pheasant factfile | |The golden pheasant - Latin name Chrysolophus pictus - was introduced from China about 100 years ago | In China, the bird is considered to be a sign of good luck and prosperity | The male is brightly coloured with a yellow crown and lower back, dark wings and upper neck, red underparts and long finely barred tail while the female has mottled brown plumage and a pale brown face, throat, breasts and sides | The bird's diet includes berries, grubs, seeds and buds | The UK has between 50 and 100 breeding pairs with the female laying a clutch of about eight to 12 eggs in April
Muscle architecture of the forelimb of the Golden Pheasant (Chrysolophus pictus) (Aves: Phasianidae) and its implications for functional capacity in flight.
Group A comprised of samples of Lady Amherst (Chrysolophus amherstiae) and Golden pheasant (Chrysolophus pictus) while group B comprised of Yellow Golden (Chrysolophus pictus mut.
These findings were consistent with those reported by previous surveys (Fang & Ding 1997) and were also similar to behaviour exhibited by golden pheasants Chrysolophus pictus (Liang et al.
(9) Leiomyosarcomas have been documented in pigeons (Columba livia),U) U budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus), (12,15) broiler chickens, (8,14) commercial layer flocks, (15) Japanese quail (Cotarnix japonica), (16,17) golden pheasants (Chrysolophus pictus), (18) a blue-fronted Amazon parrot (Amazona aestiva), (19) and a sarus crane (Grus antigone).