However, widespread hunting for meat and feathers, collection of eggs and chicks, loss of natural habitat and human interference have led another species - the green peafowl
- being classified as "endangered".
Chang and co-author Sarah Drohan, tested the model using data from the tropical rainforests of Southwest China, a biodiversity hotspot where several species, such as the Gaur and the Green peafowl
, are under threat from overhunting.
muticus (Green peafowl
) resulting in genetic diversity among the breeds (Weiss and Kirchner, 2010).
Some common peafowl breeds were Indian Blue, Black Shoulder, Bufford Bronze, Charcoal, Cameo, Green Peafowl
(Java Green), Opal, Oaten, Spalding, Purple, White, Pied etc.
Habitat use, predicted distribution and conservation of green peafowl
(Pavo muticus) in Dak Lak Province, Vietnam.
A[cedilla]The Indian peacock has blue feathers on its head and neck, while the green peafowl
has green feathers.
Hassanpour et al (5,6,11) observed that the P wave was mainly positive in all measured leads in helmeted guinea fowl (Numida meleagris) and green peafowl
(Pavo muticus), whereas, in golden eagles (Aquila chrysaetos), the P wave was mainly negative in leads III and aVR.
The three species in Phasianidae are Pavo cristatus (Blue Peafowl), Pavo muticus (Green Peafowl
) and Afropavo congensis (Congo Peafowl).
The landscape supports many large and wide-ranging species, especially the large mammals and birds that are characteristic of the dry forests of Indochina, such as the Asian elephant, tiger, banteng, Eld's deer, gaur, wild water buffalo, dhole and several large birds such as Sarus crane, giant ibis, lesser adjutant, green peafowl
, long-billed vulture, white-rumped vulture, and white- shouldered ibis.