Gyantse, southern Tibet.
Race eos was treated as a separate species in HBW but there speculated to be conspecific with C. pulcherrimus; however, recent studies of relationships in latter species#R#R have shown that form waltoni, placed previously with pulcherrimus, belongs with eos and that the two are parapatric and sometimes sympatric with other taxa in C. pulcherrimus, differing in various subtle aspects of proportions, coloration and voice. Two subspecies recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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