French: Faisan mikado German: Mikadofasan Spanish: Faisán mikado
Mount Arizan, central Taiwan.
Mountains of C Taiwan.
Male c. 87·5 cm (tail 49–53 cm), c. 1300 g; female c. 53 cm (tail 17–22·5 cm), c. 1015 g. Unlikely to be confused with either of the other pheasants... read more
Generally considered to be rather quiet. Territorial song a series of repeated, high-pitched,... read more
Forest with dense undergrowth of rhododendron and bamboo between 1600 m and 3300 m; also found in... read more
Food and feeding
No information available.
Few reliable data. Season uncertain but laying probably occurs from late Mar to mid Jul. Mating pattern unknown; males usually observed... read more
No information available, but female appears to occupy much larger home range than male and home... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened. Mace Lande: safe. CITES I. Yushan National Park (640 km²) alone recently estimated to hold c. 10,000... read more
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