Severtsov's Grouse (Bonasa sewerzowi) - HBW 2, p. 407
French: Gélinotte de Severtzov
German: Schwarzbrust Haselhuhn
Spanish: Grévol Chino
Other common names: Severtsov's/Black-breasted Hazel Grouse
Taxonomy: Tetrastes Sewerzowi Przevalski, 1876, mountains of Gansu, central China.
Closely related to B. bonasia, with which forms superspecies. In past, birds of S and W often awarded separate race, secunda. Monotypic.
Distribution: Mountains of C China, from C Gansu and S Qinghai to E Tibet, NW Yunnan and N Sichuan.
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A bird resting on the ground. Locality Nangqian Forest Reserve, Qinghai, China (Northern) (Monotypic species)
Keith Blomerley 11 August 2005 9 years ago 21 sec 4.3
A brief view of a female running on the ground Locality Nangqian Forest Reserve, Qinghai, China (Northern) (Monotypic species)
John Gregory 1 August 2002 8 years ago 5 sec 3.1
perched just off the ground, well hidden, hops down Locality Baxi, Zoige (Ruoergai) County, Sichuan, China (Northern) (Monotypic species)
Martin Kennewell 28 May 2013 2 years ago 27 sec 3
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